In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries' new instruction and reference librarian, Rick Mikulski!
“Queer joy,” according to the corporate giant understanding, is made of brightly-colored silhouettes, hands clasped together, and flashy letters declaring “Proud” and “Love is Love.” This approach skyrocketed in popularity after the legalization of gay marriage by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015.
Recently, several neighbors and I trekked up a narrow, muddy path through dense, jungle-like foliage. Bright, glossy leaves crowned by yellow plumes. Long branches arched above and crowded around. This tropical moment was not faraway and exotic but on College Creek, less than a mile from Colonial Williamsburg.
In this post, we introduce the newest member of our digital services team!
Copyright legally grants for a limited time the monopolistic use of a work. The copyright holder has the sole ability to make copies, distribute, edit, perform, and display. Rather than allowing all copyrighted works to sit in a vacuum where their uses are incredibly limited to everyone except the rights holder, certain exemptions are allowed. The most familiar to us in higher education is fair use.
David Wiley once said that using OER the same way we use a commercial textbook is like driving a plane down a highway, it can be done but defeats the purpose.
In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries' new music library assistant, Brigid Cryan '22!
Name: Brigid Cryan
Did you see our recent post introducing Open Educational Resources (OER)?
Scholarly publications (any publications for that matter from blogs to books) must adhere to some form of legal ownership structure.
Open Education Week (OEW) is usually held the first full week of March, but it’s not the only time we could/should talk about open education.