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Support for Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources: A message of support from Dr. Gary Sandefur, Provost & Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. Explore the use of open textbooks as an alternative to traditional…

From  Nina Thornton on August 14th, 2019 0  

Data and Donuts: Using Open Science Framework for Project Management

Clarke Iakovakis, Scholarly Services Librarian for the OSU Libraries, leads a workshop on using Open Science Framework for project management as part of the Data and Donuts workshop series. OSF is…

From  Nina Thornton on February 21st, 2019 0  

Open Access Week 2018: Copyright in Higher Education

"Copyright in Higher Education" is an overview of copyright as it pertains to teaching, authoring, and publishing. Topics include determining what content is protectable by copyright,…

From  Nina Thornton on October 23rd, 2018 0  

Business Building Time Lapse: Sept. 2015-Feb. 2018

The business building is complete! Take a look at this time lapse video, which captures the entire construction process of the new building.

From  Gabe Gudgel on March 6th, 2018 0  

First Day of Class at Spears Business

Take a look inside the new business building, which is now open for classes!

From  Gabe Gudgel on March 6th, 2018 0  

Tech Tuesday @ 2 Built it in Blender

At October's Tech Tuesday@2, Shannon Garde, library technology specialist, will cover Blender, its use as a 3D modeling platform and how users can utilize the software to bring their ideas into…

From  Nina Thornton on March 6th, 2018 0  

Pete's Corner: OSU Theatre Council and Open Mic Nights

Between OSU's Theatre Council and SUAB's open mic nights, the opportunities for students to express themselves are everywhere (original air date 9/29/15)

From  OStateTV Productions on March 6th, 2018 0  

Who Was Edmon Low?

Ever wondered who Edmon Low Library was named for? The man behind its organization and design was Edmon Low. He was the longest running library director and helped create what the Oklahoma State…

From  Nina Thornton on March 6th, 2018 0  

Combating High Book Prices for College Students: A Solution

Book prices are on the rise. So, what can we do? Dr. Bill McLean, professor of economics at Oklahoma State University, sees the benefits of using an open source textbook. Find more information about…

From  Nina Thornton on March 6th, 2018 0  

Combating High Book Prices for College Students

OSU Humanities and Social Sciences librarian Dan Chaney talks about open textbooks and how they can benefit students, faculty, and staff. Find more about open textbooks here.

From  Nina Thornton on March 6th, 2018 0  

Open Mic Night at the Student Union

When it comes to showcasing talent... look no further than open mic night at the OSU Student Union

From  Dan Lindblad on March 6th, 2018 0  

Fighting for Affordable Textbooks

OSU Humanities and Social Sciences librarian Dan Chaney discusses open textbooks and their role in the fight to make higher education affordable for every student. Find more about open textbooks…

From  Nina Thornton on March 6th, 2018 0