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Your Work, Your Rights: Retain Your Copyright

by Jody Bailey Oct 2 2017 - 5:21pm 0 comments
A doctoral student wants to reuse a journal article she published a few months ago in her forthcoming article-based dissertation. A history faculty member wants to distribute an article he wrote to all his students.  A sociology scholar creates an amazing infographic and publishes it as part of a journal article then later decides to reuse it in a book. An animal behavior researcher creates a series of photographs of an experiment that tests the cognitive capacity of capuchin monkeys and publishes these photos to illustrate the research in a scholarly journal; her colleague wants to use one...

Pioneer of Open Education Presents at UTA

by Michelle Reed Jun 21 2017 - 7:16pm 0 comments
David Wiley presents at UTA Libraries

Yesterday UTA Libraries in partnership with the LINK Research Lab welcomed Dr. David Wiley, a pioneer of open education, to campus for a public presentation held in the Central Library.

The event kicked off with an announcement about the UTA CARES grant program, sponsored by the Libraries, which recently awarded its first round of grants in support of projects that further open education at UTA. In 2017, the Libraries awarded four grants to Dr. Sharareh Kermanshachi (Civil Engineering), Bret Lathwell (Sociology), Dr. Mohan Pant (Curriculum and Instruction), and Alicia Soueid (Modern...