The Metaliteracy: Scholarly Communications (MSC) badge track assists faculty and graduate students with building knowledge of and skills in Scholarly Communications. Workshops will cover topics throughout the research and publication lifecycle: author identifiers and scholarly profiles; journal quality and impact; author metrics and impact; author rights & scholarly publication; and data management planning and curation services.
Workshops will be offered as synchronous Zoom sessions. You may register on the Faculty Center's Training Page or via the links below:
For descriptions of these workshops, and the complete schedule, please visit our Scholarly Communications workshops page:
If you are unable to attend any of these scheduled workshops, please contact the Scholarly Communications Librarian, Ruth Baker, to arrange an individual consultation.
The 2nd GS Authors Lounge Celebration will be held in March 2023. We will be celebrating the Georgia Southern community publications in 2022.
Georgia Southern University faculty, staff, students, and alumni can continue to identify their works from 2022 for recognition in the 2023 celebration using this Form. Eligible works are published articles, books, book chapters, special issues of journals, substantive encyclopedia entries, poetry, musical compositions, audio recordings, film/video recordings, and art exhibition catalogs.
If you would like to bypass the form and submit your list of publications or a CV, please send it to Dr. Katia G. Karadjova (email@example.com), Associate Dean of Libraries for Research & Assessment.
The United States Congress has passed $12 million in renewal funding for the Open Textbook Pilot grant program! This represents the largest annual appropriation yet for the program, and will support new open textbook grants this year.
Run by the U.S. Department of Education, the Open Textbook Pilot supports projects that expand the use of open textbooks in order to save students money and improve learning outcomes. This year's $12 million brings the total amount of funding to a significant $47 million over six years. Projects funded by the grant program are expected to save students more than $220 million on textbook costs, with even more to come.
More information will follow as it becomes available. Prospective grantees can refer to the 2022 notice for planning purposes since the structure and timing of a new competition is likely to be similar.
Also include the OER Workshop Schedule:
Thursday, February 16, 11:00- 12:00
Tuesday, March 7, 11:00 - 12:00
Wednesday, March 8, 11:00 - 12:00
Thursday, March 9, 11:00 - 12:00
Stories about data, the people who use, seek, or create data, and why you should care. From ICPSR, the world's largest social science data archive. Proudly recorded at the University of Michigan.
Also, be sure to check out the latest ICPSR Bulletin.