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Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, Scholarly Publishing and Research Coalition

The movement for open education is following the lead of the Open Access movement by expanding the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to hundreds of thousands of students and saving tens of millions dollars on textbooks. As these two movements mature, connecting the dots between the areas of overlap and common lessons learned will become increasingly important. Open Access and OER are essential building blocks for a more open future for higher education, and they are stronger together.

When: Monday, Oct. 27th, 1-2 pm

2nd Floor Rotunda, Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, Scholarly Publishing and Research Coalition

The movement for open education is following the lead of the Open Access movement by expanding the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to hundreds of thousands of students and saving tens of millions dollars on textbooks. As these two movements mature, connecting the dots between the areas of overlap and common lessons learned will become increasingly important. Open Access and OER are essential building blocks for a more open future for higher education, and they are stronger together.

When: Monday, Oct. 27th, 1-2 pm

2nd Floor Rotunda, Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, Scholarly Publishing and Research Coalition

The movement for open education is following the lead of the Open Access movement by expanding the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to hundreds of thousands of students and saving tens of millions dollars on textbooks. As these two movements mature, connecting the dots between the areas of overlap and common lessons learned will become increasingly important. Open Access and OER are essential building blocks for a more open future for higher education, and they are stronger together.

When: Monday, Oct. 27th, 1-2 pm

2nd Floor Rotunda, Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

What does OSU’s Open Access Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal. And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s going to protect my copyright?

Join library staff in debunking common myths about OSU’s Open Access policy. Refreshments will be provided.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1-3 pm

Where: Lobby, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

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When: Wednesday, Oct. 22, 3-4 pm

Where: Autzen Classroom, 2nd floor Valley Library

See http://bit.ly/1sBd1k6 for more details. Contact Erin Clark erin.clark@oregonstate.edu (7-7314) for more information.

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