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Open Education Week 2021

By alexandra alisauskas on February 8, 2021


As we head closer towards Open Education Week 2021 (Mar 1-5), here's what UBC has planned.

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Honouring Indigenous Writers on Wikipedia 2021

By alexandra alisauskas on February 8, 2021


Join us throughout the month of March 2021 with author readings, panels, and Wikipedia editing challenges that seek to highlight the diversity and excellence of Indigenous writers.

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Emerging Perspectives in Open Access Book Publishing

By jessica wilkin on December 14, 2020


This recorded webinar explores the opportunities, challenges, and experiences of Open Access book publishing.

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Open Scholarship in Practice: Join us November 2-6 for a week of workshops and webinars thatwill transform the way you create and share your research.

Working in Public: Generosity and the Knowledge Commons

By Erin Fields on November 27, 2020


The recorded webinar, "Working in Public: Generosity and the Knowledge Commons," explores Dr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick's ideas in her influential book, Generous Thinking.

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Chatting with Champions Interview Series – Christina Hendricks

By Amanda Grey on November 27, 2020


Welcome back for the last mini interview with one of the 2019 AMS OER Champions to hear more about their project(s), why Open is important to them, some of the challenges they faced along the way, and what advice they have to offer. These interviews were done via email. This week, we hear from Christina […]

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Chatting with Champions Interview Series – Georg Rieger

By Amanda Grey on November 13, 2020


Welcome back for another mini interview with one of the 2019 AMS OER Champions to hear more about their project(s), why Open is important to them, some of the challenges they faced along the way, and what advice they have to offer. These interviews were done via email, and this interview was conducted before the […]

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OER Fund(ed): complex concepts, simple English

By Sheridan Powell on November 6, 2020


Georg Rieger is customizing an open physics textbook in such a way that it will be a great learning resource for anyone, but especially for international students.

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Chatting with Champions Interview Series – Barbara Lee

By Amanda Grey on October 30, 2020


Welcome back for another mini interview with one of the 2019 AMS OER Champions to hear more about their project(s), why Open is important to them, some of the challenges they faced along the way, and what advice they have to offer. These interviews were done via email, and this interview was conducted before the […]

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Open Scholarship in Practice: Join us November 2-6 for a week of workshops and webinars thatwill transform the way you create and share your research.

Open Scholarship in Practice Events

By jessica wilkin on October 19, 2020


Join us November 2-6 for a week of workshops and webinars that will transform the way you create and share your research.

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Chatting with Champions Interview Series – Jonathan Ichikawa

By Amanda Grey on October 16, 2020


Welcome back for another mini interview with one of the 2019 AMS OER Champions to hear more about their project(s), why Open is important to them, some of the challenges they faced along the way, and what advice they have to offer. These interviews were done via email, and this interview was conducted before the […]

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