Tag Archives: 'open-access'
by Rose Petralia Instructors, whether they teach online or on campus, frequently have questions about using copyrighted materials in their courses. Finding answers always boils down to first determining who actually holds the copyright and what the [...]
by Rose Petralia OA journals pay their bills very much the way broadcast television and radio stations do… The costs of producing OA literature, the savings over conventionally published literature, and the business models for recovering the [...]
by Rose Petralia OER are educational materials produced by one party that are licensed to be used free of charge by others. OER come in many forms—from curriculum to homework assignment to textbooks. And OER exist for [...]
by Rose Petralia Though you may think of Open Access as an alternative publishing model – and it is – it is also a model for universities to collect, showcase, and share their research and other scholarly [...]
by Rose Petralia Altmetrics expand our view of what impact looks like, but also of what’s making the impact. This matters because expressions of scholarship are becoming more diverse. ~ J. Priem, D. Taraborelli, P. Groth, & [...]
October is a busy month for Evans Library. Read about our new exhibits and upcoming events below: The Evans Library Easy Instruction Series features two sessions this month: Research Papers with Rebecca Weber will be held on [...]
By Rebecca Weber Happiness, depression, ambivalence, fear, elation…these are the words we’ve given to emotions that affect our everyday lives. Emotions intrigue me because through emotion, I can learn so much about how people process what [...]