SGA Makes Awards to Faculty Who Use Open Resources

The Student Government Association (SGA) held an awards ceremony in Hodges Library on April 25 to recognize UT instructors who use open educational resources (OER) in their courses. Winners of the SGA Open Education Award were selected from instructors nominated by their students. Winning instructors were Alex Bentley from the Department of Anthropology; Donna Bueckman, … Continued

Preservation Week: Learn how the library preserves its treasures

April 22-26 is Preservation Week at the libraries. Stop by 209 Hodges Library, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. each day, to learn how the library preserves its treasures. Monday: Bind your own notebook Tuesday: Learn to preserve your personal treasures Wednesday: Demonstrations by Bob Roberts of Gilded Leaf Bookbinding and Restoration Thursday: Watch the UT … Continued

You Are Invited! SGA Open Education Awards, April 25

Open educational resources are freely accessible, openly licensed text, media, and other digital assets that are useful for teaching and learning. Open textbooks can be read online for free. By adopting open textbooks in their courses, UT instructors save students hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. In 2017, the Student Government Association worked with … Continued

Graduate Student Appreciation Week, April 1–6

April 1–6 is Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week. Grad students can stop by the John C. Hodges Library for these events: Monday, April 1noon–1 p.m.           HABIT Dogs at the Veterans Resource Center1–6 p.m.                  Massage Therapists for Graduate Students Tuesday, April 2noon–1 p.m.           MGSO Presents: How … Continued

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