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Jamboards: A Collaborative Learning Tool For Remote Library Instruction

Over the last few months, our Research and Instruction Librarians have been exploring creative ways to translate hands-on, active learning for students to the remote context. These methods vary depending on what the librarian feels is appropriate for the course and assignments, and how much time they have with the students. One tool a few … Continue reading the article: Jamboards: A Collaborative Learning Tool For Remote Library Instruction

PSU Library Offers Multiple Open Access Publishing Opportunities in 2021

The PSU Library is excited to offer the following Open Access (OA) publishing opportunities to the PSU campus with three well known and respected publishers. These opportunities are made available through signed agreements with the Association of Computing Machinery, the Company of Biologists, and Cambridge University Press with no additional costs to primary or corresponding … Continue reading the article: PSU Library Offers Multiple Open Access Publishing Opportunities in 2021

Open Access Guidebook

The PSU Library’s open access guidebook provides you with information regarding open access scholarship and publishing opportunities facilitated by the library. The intention of the guidebook is to outline the details regarding open publishing opportunities offered and how the library supports your development of open scholarship. The library has negotiated deals with society and university … Continue reading the article: Open Access Guidebook

Celebrating 75 Years of Portland State: eBook Display on Urban Universities

As part of the ongoing celebration of Portland State’s 75th anniversary this year, Portland State University Library is highlighting available eBooks on the topics of urban universities and higher education. Including works by Portland State authors, this collection reflects a dynamic array of scholarship on urbanism and global education history, policy, partnership, and futures. … Continue reading the article: Celebrating 75 Years of Portland State: eBook Display on Urban Universities

Portland State Celebrates Open Education Week (March 1 – 5)

Founded in 2013 by Open Education Global, the goal of Open Education Week is to raise awareness and showcase the impact of open education on teaching and learning worldwide. Open Education Week has become one of the most foremost global events recognizing high achievement and excellence in open education. All events are open to the public! Monday, March 1 11am-12pm: Open Education as a Tool for Equity & Inclusion: Open Ed Week Keynote Address.   Jasmine Roberts … Continue reading the article: Portland State Celebrates Open Education Week (March 1 – 5)

Immigration Special Topics Library Guide Revised and Updated

The Immigration Special Topics Library Guide has been revised and updated. The revised guide provides access to resources and thinkers on the wide issues related to immigration and migration studies. Critical race studies and critical migration studies provide a jumping off point to really interrogate the ways in which both immigration policy and discourse is … Continue reading the article: Immigration Special Topics Library Guide Revised and Updated

Special Topics Guide on Race, Technology, and Justice

The library has a new special topics library guide entitled Race, Technology and Justice. The intersection of Race, Technology, and Social Justice has become an increasingly important and critical area of study and discussion. This guide provides access points to critical literature, policy, and other resources that illuminate these themes. In this guide you will … Continue reading the article: Special Topics Guide on Race, Technology, and Justice