Apply for the next round of open education resources grants to make your courses more affordable and accessible! Open education is a movement to address the rising costs of textbooks, which directly impacts student learning. Gleeson Library has budgeted approximately $8,000 annually for scholarly communications and this project will use a subset of that total, … Continue reading Additional Funding for the Open Education Resource Initiative!
Save the date for our fall events for Open Access Week 2019: Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge. Continue reading Open Access Week 2019!
Happy Open Access Week! The University of San Francisco will be holding three events for international Open Access Week: Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge. How to publish in open access venues with CRASE: Fear and Open Access in Demystifying the New Publishing Landscape Tuesday, October 23 at 2:30pm Gleeson Library Electronic Classroom Room 139 … Continue reading Happy Open Access Week!
My name is Deepshika Verma and I am an International Studies major here at USF, with a minor in Health Sciences. I hope to go into the public health in the future as a result! I am super passionate about advocacy, an avid sports fan (Go Giants!), and also a student performer (been dancing my … Continue reading Student Post: #TEXTBOOKBROKE Student Survey for Open Education
How much is your textbook? Is it too much? This year, Gleeson Library is working to address the cost of textbooks and its impact on student learning. We’re celebrating Open Education Week and making moves! We’ve hired an Open Education Student Assistant, Deepshika Verma, modeled on the SPARC Open Education Leadership Fellowship, to do research … Continue reading Open Education Week 2018: #textbookbroke #OEWeek
When do you most frequently encounter copyright law? Is it when you click on a YouTube video and you find — uh oh — that it’s been taken down at the request of the owner? In fact, we use an important part of our copyright law every day when we engage in “criticism, comment, news … Continue reading Fan Fiction and Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2018
Last week, the Coalition for Responsible Sharing brought pressure on ResearchGate for hosting material under copyright by publishers. In some ways, this is no different from Sony Music putting pressure on YouTube to take down copyrighted content – while YouTube might not have put up that video of a baby dancing to a Prince song, … Continue reading Academic Take Down Notices and Author Rights: Understanding what’s happening with ResearchGate right now