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Tuesday, August 4 • 8:00am - 9:00am
T13 - Engaging Students in Scholarly Communications: Approaches, Tools, and Tactics​

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FSCI Course sign-up closed on July 20 and seats are no longer available in this course.
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Participants in this course will explore and discuss a variety of assignment designs and initiatives from across disciplines that have engaged students in areas of scholarly communications, open pedagogy, and open science. They will also have an opportunity to try out, review and assess some free software tools and platforms that can facilitate these activities, including Open Journal Systems, Pressbooks, Hypothes.is, and the Wiki Education Dashboard. Then participants will draft their own assignment, initiative, workshop, or lesson plan that aims to give students experience with open practices and educate them on scholarly communication topics and issues.

Instructor: Robyn Hall, Scholarly Communications Librarian, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Canada


(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9AM: Introductory session
5-6PM: REPEAT Introductory session
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9AM: Optional check-in with instructor and other course participants
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9AM: Reflections & wrap-up
5-6PM: REPEAT Reflections & wrap-up

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Robyn Hall

Scholarly Communications & Social Sciences Librarian, MacEwan University
Robyn Hall is a librarian working at the cross-sections of scholarly communications, open education, digital initiatives, and liaison work in the social sciences. Most recently she has been on sabbatical exploring ways libraries can support students and faculty conducting community-based... Read More →

Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T13 Classroom