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Mathematics Library 10am - 6pm Full Calendar
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Price Science Commons & Research Library 8am - 9pm Full Calendar
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See how far Rowan Glass, Class of ‘23, and Emily Kraschel, ‘22, were able to take their research with the help of librarians and access to thousands of resources via UO Libraries. Celebrate the students on Dec. 1, 4–5 p.m., in Knight Library Browsing Room. Hear from them. Refreshments provided.
Interested in publishing or adapting an open textbook for your course? Attend this one-hour workshop to learn about the UO Libraries’ pilot of an open textbook publishing platform called Pressbooks. These allow faculty to create and publish accessible web books in a variety of formats (PDF, ePUB, and Web version). Participants will leave this workshop with a basic understanding of what they can make with Pressbooks and the ability to start creating those materials.
Thu, Dec 01, 11:00am to 12:00pm
Knight Library - DREAM Lab - Workshop Space (Knight 122A)
With the University of Oregon’s current access to Elsevier journals set to expire at year’s end, the UO Libraries, in coordination with the university libraries of Oregon State University and Portland State University, are entering into contract negotiations for continued access in 2023 and beyond. How will the outcome of these negotiations impact you? What questions do you have? Help us by weighing in.
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