Gleeson Library Celebrates Open Access Week 2016

Open Access is online access to scholarly research free of charge and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. In other words Open Access is scholarly research without borders

With Open Access more people can interact with the scholarship of others, more people can build upon that scholarship, more people can benefit from the research we do. We celebrate Open Access!

open_access_plos-svgIn celebration of Open Access Week 2016 (October 24th – 30th), The Gleeson Library will have a small display in the Gleeson Lobby open to the whole USF Community, and three events targeted to USF faculty:

For any of these events please rsvp at https://goo.gl/forms/WMKtyr75VaGcICql1 or email Charlotte Roh at:  croh2@usfca.edu.


Faculty as Wikipedians with Jonathan Hunt, Colette Hayes, and CTE

Monday, October 24th, 3-4pm, Gleeson Library 209 seminar room

Explore knowledge-sharing as social justice with an engaging discussion on the role of faculty in Wikipedia and some hands on editing and sharing of resources.


Publishing in Open Access Journals with Charlotte Roh and CRASE

Thursday, October 27, 11:45-12:45pm, Gleeson Library 209 seminar room

An overview and discussion of open access journals, the scholarly publishing ecosystem, and how to search and vet journals and publishers.


Open Education and the High Cost of Textbooks: Making Real Impact on Student Learning with Charlotte Roh and CIT

Wednesday, November 9, 2-3pm, CIT 010

This workshop will address: The case for open education resources, which are freely available to everyone. How to find open education resources and library resources for your course. How to use open education resources and library resources in Canvas


 

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