Category: Scholarly Communications

KnightScholar hits 100,000 downloads!

As of June 3, 2021, over 100,000 works were downloaded from KnightScholar! KnightScholar is the home of GREAT Day student posters and proceedings,  digitized local works...

Open Education Symposium 2021!

#FraserHallLibrary’s Open Services Committee has prepared a collection of information, recent news, and OER-related tidbits, including a crossword puzzle and word search. Read it at wp.geneseo.edu/oesymposium/ or download...

Open Access Open Ed Open Data and Drawing depicting the divisions of the Rosetta Stone, with labels for the different languages.

Geneseo in the Open: OER Rosetta Stone

Bill Jones (Digital Resources and Systems Librarian at Fraser Hall Library) was interviewed by SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) about his involvement in...

SUNY Geneseo Campus

Why should Open Education (OE) matter to Geneseo?

Open Education (OE) at Geneseo honors the school’s mission of fostering a “dynamic and inclusive scholarly environment” by enabling both instructors and students to engage in...

Congratulations to Tracy Paradis, Digital Collections and Archives Librarian, on her latest published work!

“Growing a Maker Community: Planning and implementing a local community Maker Fest,” written by Tracy Paradis, Debby Emerson, and Michelle Costello, is a published chapter in...

Congratulations to Alan Witt, Research Instruction Librarian, on his latest publication!

Towards a Working Definition of Open Pedagogy, is published in The International Journal of Open Educational Resources. Full URL is https://www.ijoer.org/towards-a-working-definition-of-open-pedagogy/#1573393341623-864c9f5c-8ab7 Congratulations, Alan Witt! Towards a...