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The content students read, view, engage with, and reflect upon within the context of a course helps them to make meaning and create long-term memories. Course content comes in many forms - textbooks, videos, articles, books, book chapters – and the list goes on. To make sure course content is both accessible and affordable for students in online learning environments, this workshop will address the current publishing context and ULS services supporting students’ access to course content. 

The lecture portion of this session will be recorded but not the discussion. A Zoom link and password will be sent to registered participants in advance. 

Date:
Thursday, August 20, 2020
Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location:
Campus:
Pittsburgh
Presenter:
Lauren Collister, Carrie Donovan & Marian Hampton
Categories:
Online / Webinar, Research, Teaching, and Learning, Scholarly Communication, Workshops

Registration is required. There are 50 seats available.

Event Organizer

Marian Hampton
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Lauren Collister

Dr. Lauren B. Collister is the Director of the Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing. She obtained a PhD in Linguistics in 2013 and remains active in publishing and reviewing in her field. She is also an advocate for Open, including Open Access, Open Education, Open Data, and Open Science. View her ORCID profile for more information. 

Carrie Donovan