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  • SHARES Access to Research Libraries

    The Graduate Center Library brings expanded access to university and museum libraries around the region and around the world this summer research season: We are now an OCLC SHARES consortium member. SHARES membership allows entry and on-site use of resources at libraries in New York City and […]

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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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  • Accessing Psychological Tests at The Graduate Center

    A critical skill for graduate psychology students to develop is the ability to locate psychological measurement tools. While numerous commercial websites such as Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR) and Pearson provide high-quality testing instruments, there are a few barriers affecting students. One is high cost, while […]

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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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  • Searching for Open Educational Resources

    Below is the eighth 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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  • Assessing GC Library Space

    Silvia Cho and Diana Teeter, both in interlibrary loan, conducted twice-daily occupancy surveys of the Mina Rees Library over two weeks in November and December 2018. They did this to see how many people use the library and where in the library people sit. The study […]

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  • Spotlight on: The Alternative Press

    “Alternative press” is a broad term for independent, non-corporate, non-mainstream newspapers and magazines, and publications from radical, anti-establishment, or counter-culture groups.  Alternative press outlets tend to cover stories the mainstream media (MSM) duck.  And when they cover the same stories as the MSM, they tackle […]

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