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  • Welcome Sadie Rain Hope Gund – Repository Project Curator

    The Graduate Center Library is pleased to introduce Sadie Rain Hope-Gund to the Mina Rees Library and Graduate Center community. Sadie Rain is working this Fall 2019 semester as a College Assistant on two projects focused on Open Scholarship. Half of her time will be […]

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  • October in the Library

    Doing research, sharing research, organizing research, predatory publishing and public publishing: there is so much happening at the library this month, it’s almost too much for one blog post. But, at the risk of overload, here are our learning events for the remainder of October […]

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  • Computer Relocations

    You may already know that the library’s concourse level will be transformed soon into the CUNY Center for Digital Scholarship and Data Visualization. This week (July 8th-12th), the computers and printers from the concourse level will move to the second floor. Below is some additional […]

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  • Digital Course Design and Real World Limits

    Below is the fourteenth in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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  • Breaking Open: Open Pedagogy as Intentional Interruption

    Below is the thirteenth in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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  • Teaching Dante on the Commons

    Below is the twelfth in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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  • Open Pedagogy Symposium TOMORROW!

    Tomorrow, May 3, join us for a discussion of Open with adjunct faculty, library students, GC students, and library faculty as the word pertains to labor, the academy, and colonialization. A few spots remain for the event! Questions of “open” are implicitly tied to deeper […]

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  • OER and the Democratization of Knowledge Production

    Below is the eleventh in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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  • Open Resources, Annotated Bibliographies, and the Age of Revolution

    Below is the tenth in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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  • “You Are Not Neutral”- Reflections on OER Boot Camp

    Below is the ninth in a series of posts by participants in the 2019 Open Pedagogy Fellowship. Fellows will share insight to the process of converting a syllabus to open or zero-cost resources, and/or review a workshop from the Open Educational Resources (OER) Bootcamp held […]

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