Category: Scholarly Communications

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...

Milne Open Textbooks is live! All texts are the same, downloadable, and FREE!

https://milneopentextbooks.org, is the official site for our  catalog of open textbooks  authored and peer-reviewed by SUNY faculty and staff.  Formerly SUNY Open Textbooks, we have a...

Library Publications - Jonathan Grunert

Congratulations to Scholarly Communications Librarian Jonathan Grunert, Ph.D. , on his newly published dissertation!

Strict Fidelity to Nature: Scientific Taxidermy, U.S. Natural History Museums, and Craft Consensus, 1880s to 1930s can be viewed at https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/handle/10919/95836 Congratulations, Jonathan! #geneseo #libraryinstruction #scholarlycommunications...

What is SHERPA/RoMEO?

SHERPA/RoMEO is an online resource that aggregates and analyses publisher open access policies from around the world and provides summaries of publisher copyright and open access...

Open Access Week is October 19-25! Contribute to OA and submit your work to Geneseo KnightScholar!

At Geneseo, Open Access (OA) materials are available on KnightScholar, the College’s institutional repository. The repository holds scholarly, creative, educational, and research works created by SUNY...