The College of New Mexico is taking part in Worldwide Open Entry Week (October 24-30). Worldwide Open Entry Week celebrates the advantages of free, instant, on-line entry to scholarly analysis, and the correct to make use of and reuse supplies as wanted.
A collaborative workforce comprised of the Well being Sciences Library and Computing Middle, Regulation Library, and Tutorial Libraries has deliberate every week of audio system and workshops to lift consciousness of open entry and this yr’s theme of justice. climatic.
Open Entry is the free, instant, on-line publication of analysis articles underneath an open license and accessible digitally. At its core, open entry publishing is a matter of social justice that goals to make analysis extra accessible to most of the people. Open entry scholarly publishing is said to open instructional assets (OER) in that they share the same license and beliefs. OER Supplies offers college students and academics with free entry to instructional supplies. OER can considerably scale back the prices that college students spend on textbooks and different course supplies. The UNM OER initiative goals to cut back faculty prices for UNM college students by encouraging and supporting UNM college with assets to undertake high quality open supplies of their programs.
Worldwide Open Entry Week calls on OA advocates to interact with their communities to show them in regards to the potential advantages of OA and to share what they’ve realized with their colleagues. UNM will take part on this occasion by spreading details about world occasions and illustrating to the local people how open entry supplies have a optimistic affect on local weather justice.
Beneath is a listing of UNM Open Entry Week occasions. The listing of occasions consists of in-person and on-line codecs. For extra info on OER and Open Entry Week, go to oer.unm.edu.
Monday October 24 | Noon | On line
Open to local weather change: To resolve the world’s largest issues, we want information about them to be open
College Libraries will nearly welcome Dr. Monica Granados, Local weather Change Campaigner for Artistic Commons, as a speaker on the primary day of Open Entry Week, October 24 at midday. Granados will give a webinar titled, Open to local weather change: To resolve the world’s largest issues, we want information about them to be open. register right here.
Granados has a doctorate. in ecology from McGill College. Whereas engaged on her doctorate, she found that incentives in academia foster practices that make information much less accessible. Since then, Granados has devoted his profession to working within the open science area with the objective of creating information extra equitable and accessible.
As a Senior Coverage Advisor at Atmosphere and Local weather Change Canada, she offered material experience and supported the supply of Open Science to the Authorities of Canada. Monica is presently working at Artistic Commons on a world marketing campaign selling open entry to local weather and biodiversity analysis. As a member of the PREreview management workforce, she works to make peer evaluation extra open and numerous. She can also be a board member of the Canadian Open Knowledge Society which promotes open knowledge in Canada and an alumnus of Frictionless Knowledge.
Monday October 24 | 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. | In individual
Zine Workshop: MAKE -A- ZINE!
To have a good time Open Entry Week, cease by the first-floor foyer of the Zimmerman Library on Monday, October 24 between 2-4 p.m. and discover ways to make a zine from a single sheet of paper. Marya Jones, founding father of ABQ Zine Fest, reveals you the way! Zines created as a part of this occasion could also be included in our Open Entry Week 2022 Digital Symposium.
What’s a zine? A zine is brief for journal – one’s ideas, emotions and concepts on paper, utilizing photos, writings and drawings. Making a zine is an effective way to attach along with your inventive aspect.
Tuesday, October 25 | 10am | On line
Suppose International: Act Native – Making certain a Simply Transition to Open Science
The College of New Mexico Well being Sciences Computing and Library and Computing Middle will nearly host Kathleen Shearer, Government Director of the Confederation of Open Entry Repositories (COAR), to talk at Open Entry Week. Shearer will current Suppose International: Act Native – Making certain a Simply Transition to Open Science Oct. 25, 10 a.m. register right here.
COAR is a world affiliation with members and companions world wide representing libraries, universities, analysis institutes, authorities funders and others. It brings collectively particular person repositories and repository networks to construct capability, align coverage and observe, and act as a world voice for the repository group.
Shearer has labored in open entry, open science, scholarly communications and analysis knowledge administration for over 20 years. She is the creator of quite a few publications and has given quite a few shows at worldwide occasions. Extra not too long ago, she was the lead creator of the article Fostering Bibliodiversity in Scholarly Communications: A Name to Motion (April 2020). She participates within the work of many different organizations to advance Open Science world wide and can also be a Analysis Affiliate with the Canadian Affiliation of Analysis Libraries (CARL) and has been instrumental in lots of actions of the CARL associated to open science, together with the launch of the Portage Initiative in Canada, a nationwide analysis knowledge administration community.
Wednesday October 26 | Midday – 1 p.m. | On line
Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty and the Open Entry Motion
UNM’s Well being Sciences Informatics Library and Middle (HSLIC), in collaboration with HSLIC’s Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion Committee, is happy to host a roundtable dialogue round important ideas that inform the trade of research-related info by and about Aboriginal individuals. and Native American communities. Nestled inside the Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty methodology, panelists will spotlight greatest practices and concerns for Indigenous knowledge rights administration, governance, sharing and use as they relate to (and sometimes battle with) the open entry motion. Register to attend right here: Indigenous Panel on Knowledge Sovereignty.
Dr. Stephanie Russo Carroll (her) is Dene/Ahtna, a citizen of Kluti-Kaah Native Village in Alaska and of Sicilian descent. Primarily based on the College of Arizona (UA), she is an Assistant Professor within the Graduate Program in Public Well being and Native American Research; Appearing Director and Adjunct Analysis Professor, Udall Middle for Research in Public Coverage; Affiliate Director, Institute of Indigenous Nations; and School affiliated with the School of Regulation. Carroll’s interdisciplinary analysis group, the Collaboratory for Indigenous Knowledge Governance, develops improvements in analysis, coverage, and observe for Indigenous knowledge sovereignty. She co-edited the e book Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty and Coverage and led the publication of the CARE Ideas for Indigenous Knowledge Governance. Carroll co-founded the US Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty Community and co-founded and chairs the International Indigenous Knowledge Alliance (GIDA) and the Analysis Knowledge Alliance’s Worldwide Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty Curiosity Group. She chairs the Indigenous Knowledge Working Group for IEEE P2890 Really helpful Apply for Indigenous Knowledge Provenance.
Dr. Debra MacKenzie (her) is Co-Director of the Group Environmental Well being Program (developed and co-directed by Dr. Johnnye Lewis). MacKenzie and Lewis lead the Navajo Beginning Cohort Research, a potential delivery cohort research investigating the impacts of prenatal and early exposures to uranium and different co-occurring metals on baby well being and growth. This research is a part of the NIH Environmental Influences on Youngster Well being Consequence (ECHO) program. MacKenzie can also be concerned in an ongoing Navajo Nation medical trial investigating the potential advantages of a zinc complement in mitigating steel toxicity.
Friday, October 28 | 1 p.m. | In individual
Curriculum Openness: Integrating OER into Your Course Design
Throughout this webinar, UNM OER Librarian Jennifer Schaller and Mary Willms Wohlwend of Digital Studying @ the Middle for Instructing and Studying will present an summary of the choices obtainable to academics who want to incorporate Open Instructional Sources into their curriculum. . Jennifer will give an introduction to REL supplies and the REL motion. It’ll additionally present members with assets for locating and evaluating OER in their very own disciplines. Throughout this time, Mary will focus on choices for the way Canvas can help college adoption of OER supplies.
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To have a good time Open Entry Week, the College of New Mexico Libraries is highlighting the Environmental Posters from the Sam L. Slick Assortment, a group of 12,000 Latin American and Iberian political posters. The Middle for Southwest Analysis has digitally archived 5,000 of those posters, and they’re publicly obtainable via New Mexico Digital Collections.
The gathering covers political matters such because the Sandinista Revolution, the Falkland Islands Conflict, the Salvadoran anti-government/exile motion, the Bolivian authorities, the Partido Widespread Socialista of Mexico, Cuba underneath Castro, Stroessner of Paraguay, the Canal Treaty of Panama and post-Franco Spain. Subjects coated within the Slick assortment embrace tourism and journey, historic figures, historic occasions, movie, imperialism, solidarity, safety, surroundings, vitality conservation, well being and tradition. training, peace, nationalism, agriculture, industrial manufacturing, music, faith and girls.
Reproductions of a few of these environmental posters will likely be displayed all through Zimmerman throughout Open Entry Week.