Oregon State University



Event Details

Library Faculty Association Seminar Series

Copyright Education and the Undergraduate Student; Retrieving Oregon Indians from Obscurity; Language minorities on the internet;

Friday, October 13, 2017 10:00 PM - 11:30 PM

On October 13th we will have three speakers from OSU Libraries & Press at the Library Faculty Association Seminar Series.


Jane Nichols, Associate Professor and Head of the Teaching and Engagement Department, will give the talk "Copyright Education and the Undergraduate Student", where we will learn about how she and her collaborators used student assessment and iterative co-reflection to modify their copyright session to increase its relevancy and narrow the gap between student’s existing knowledge and their anticipated outcomes; Richard Sapon-White, the Head of Cataloging and Metadata Services will present “Retrieving Oregon Indians from Obscurity: A Project to Enhance Access to Resources on Tribal History and Culture”, in which he will tell us about a project to establish subject headings for some tribes not yet present in Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), as an effort to improve the discoverability of resources for Oregon Indian tribes; Laurie Bridges, Instruction and Outreach Librarian will talk about the situation of linguistic diversity on the internet with her talk "Language minorities = 404 page not found".

Valley Library (campus map)
Willamette Seminar Rooms (Valley 3622)
121 The Valley Library
Clara Llebot
Clara.Llebot at oregonstate.edu
Teaching and Engagement Department
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