Open Journals in the Classroom: Leveraging the Power of Social Learning through Course-Based, Online, Open Access Journals

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Shuttleworth, K. (2019, May). Open Journals in the Classroom: Leveraging the power of social learning through course-based, online, open access journals. Short paper presented at WILU 2019, Winnipeg, MB.

 

Date created: 
2019-05-23
Keywords: 
Open access publishing
Open pedagogy
Course journals
Classroom journals
Scholarly communication
Student engagement
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Drawing on our recent experiences with implementing and supporting several course journal projects at Simon Fraser University (SFU), this presentation explores opportunities for academic librarians to partner with faculty using open journals in the classroom to facilitate deeper, hands-on learning experiences for students around scholarly communications.

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WILU 2019 (May 22-24) @ University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, MB.  Presentation: Open Journals in the Classroom: Leveraging the Power of Social Learning through Course-Based, Online, Open Access Journals - Thursday May 23, 2019 11:20 - 12:05 @ Manitoba Hall

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English
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