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Content Spotlight for March 1, 2021

In light of Open Education Week, we're spotlighting some of our Open Educational Resources (OER) items in Skilltype. ...


In light of Open Education Week, we're spotlighting some of our Open Educational Resources (OER) items in Skilltype.

Start with this from Open Education Global Conference 2020, Keynote: Connecting The Opens - Open Access, Open Scholarship, Open Science, Open Education, by Catherine Stihler OBE, CEO of Creative Commons, and Vanessa Proudman, Director of SPARC Europe.  

Watch from LIBER, Online Discussion: Copyright And Open Licensing - What Have We Learnt From The Covid-19 Pandemic? 

ASERL presented, Libraries In Process Community Call: OER Advocacy In A Time Of Remote Teaching.

The 2020 NASIG Annual Conference included, Supporting Students: OER And Textbook Affordability Initiatives at a Mid-Sized University.

And you can listen to the MIT OpenCourseWare Chalk Radio Podcast episode, The Power Of OER With Profs. Mary Rowe And Elizabeth Siler.

Last week, Oya Y. Rieger and Roger C. Schonfeld recorded a webinar accompaniment to their recent report, Partnering With Your Institution's Senior Research Officer: An In-Depth Review by Ithaka S+R.

FOLIO recently provided, Getting Started With Folio Reporting 1.0, in anticipation of today's scheduled release.

OpenAthens produced, Openathens101: Multiple OpenAthens Administrators, to instruct on this new functionality that will be rolled out throughout this month. 

ACRL released the timely video, ACRL University Libraries Section Professional Development Committee: Supporting The Whole Person With Student Basic Needs Services, addressing the growing housing and food shortages of college students.

Last month's NISO Virtual Conference: Owning, Licensing, and Sharing Digital Content included the presentation, Supporting A Digital Sharing Ecosystem: Consortial Approaches To Owning, Licensing & Sharing Digital Content, by PALCI Executive Director Jill Morris.

Bonus Selection!: Librarian Of Congress Carla Hayden Joins Washington Post Live, an interview conducted by the Post's senior critic-at-large, Robin Givhan.

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