Starting November 1st, all peer-reviewed work published by scholars working within The University of California system will be available for free on the university’s eScholarship website. This is a big move toward open access publishing, and comes in the wake of Aaron Swartz’s death as he was on trial for “illegally” attempting to do exactly what UC is starting. An interesting caveat to this move is that scholars can opt-out on a per paper basis. Read more at The Verge.
WRAC @ MSU: Congrats to Nancy Bunge on her latest publication "The Midwestern Novel"! #midwesternliterature
WRAC @ MSU: It's that time a year again for #EndThisStory. We'll be tweeting story prompts all throughout March, and it's YOUR job to finish them!
WRAC @ MSU: Hey #PWers! Looking for an amazing internship? Then apply for the WRAC communications internship! http://t.co/9xHwMvCKSO #WRACMSU
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Events on February 27, 2015
Collaborative Teaching and the Studio Model in FYW (Kristen Heine, Kate Fedewa, Kathryn Houghton)
2:40 pm at 313 Bessey (details)