Happy Open Education Week! We’re back today to share a few open educational resources (OER) chosen by members of the OER Outreach Working Group. Each of the resources below are great examples of OER in use at UT (and authored by our faculty and staff in several cases!). OER… read more
In celebration of Open Education Week, UT Libraries is proud to spotlight a few of our talented faculty members who are on the forefront of the open education movement as open educational resource (OER) authors! Today we’re featuring Dr. Jocelly G. Meiners, Lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.… read more
In celebration of Open Education Week, UT Libraries is proud to spotlight a few of our talented faculty members who are on the forefront of the open education movement as open educational resource (OER) authors! We’re kicking off this series with Dr. Amanda Hager, who teaches several courses in the… read more
Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Feb 26 Massive Google-funded COVID database will track variants and immunity nature.com/articles/d4158… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Feb 26 The Pandemic Has Made An Unlikely Star Out Of A Brooklyn Librarian npr.org/2021/02/24/971… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Feb 24 Studio Ghibli Makes 1,178 Images Free to Download from My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away & Other Beloved Animated… read more
This week, March 1 – 5, we observe Open Education Week, a global celebration of the open education movement. What is open education? The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) defines it as “resources, tools and practices that are free of legal, financial and technical barriers and can… read more
Now updated with new date and time The university community is invited to participate in a town hall about academic publishing and open access practices at The University of Texas at Austin on Thursday, March 11th at 3:30pm. The event is co-sponsored by the Provost’s Sustainable Open Scholarship (SOS) Working… read more
For Black History Month, we feature material in TSW concerning Black History including items about music, art, sports, politics, and gender. Take a look at the diverse works here.
Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 31 Access to Penn State scholarly research expands through two new agreements | Penn State University news.psu.edu/story/645842/2… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 25 Assault on open access to science in india downtoearth.org.in/blog/science-t… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 25 Open access publishing could end academic elitism in science dailycal.org/2021/01/22/ope… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 22 Let it flow… read more
Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 15 Archivists Are Mining Parler Metadata to Pinpoint Crimes at the Capitol vice.com/en/article/qjp… via @vice Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 15 Turning the Page: Emory’s leadership in digital publishing and open access expands the scope and reach of new humanities scholarship links.emory.edu/68 via @EmoryUniversity Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Jan 15 A Big Science Publisher… read more
Regarding the horrific news of the attack on the U.S. Capitol, here are some various materials that mention the “U.S. Capitol” and its place in American History, either as backdrop or being up front and center.