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The Accidental Mentor: The Process of Learning How to Effectively Mentor Students as a Librarian/Instructor
"Are you a librarian mentoring students? Do you feel unprepared or surprised by the development of the mentoring relationship? While there is a rich body of scholarship describing the benefits of a teacher as a mentor for ...
Navigating OER at TWU
Open Education Resources (OER) are teaching and learning materials that are licensed in a way that makes them available at low or no cost to students. In this panel, presenters will define OER and discuss the ways OERs are ...
Suffrage in Texas Expanded: A History Uncovered Project
Suffrage in Texas Expanded (SITE) is a digital humanities project that was initiated by members of the Digital Scholarship & Initiatives Work Group at Texas Woman’s University. Inspired by the Constitution Day 2020 programming ...
From Adoption to Publication: Tips and Tricks for Instructors and Authors
You’ve successfully adopted or created an Open Educational Resource (OER) for your class. Are you wondering if this transition impacted your students? Would you like to encourage your colleagues to join the OER team or use ...
OER/OEP at TWU Toolkit
Open Education Resources (OER) are educational materials—from whole textbooks to single assignments—that are open-licensed and free to share and customize. The OER movement is guided by the principle that no-cost course ...
A Panel Discussion with Leaders in Librarianship
This moderated panel discussion with library leaders will offer a variety of perspectives on the following: developing professional relationships during a pandemic, professional development and other opportunities to shine, ...