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Dr. Patricia Profeta
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Patricia C. Profeta, Ph.D.
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Indian River State College
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PLOS is a nonprofit publisher and advocacy
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science and medici...
Keeping Science Moving
Founders sought Open Access to transform research communications
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“It is now possible to share th...
PLOS Publishes a Suite of Leading Open Access Journals
Advancing Scholarly Publishing
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• PLOS ONE
world’s largest scient...
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PLOS By the Numbers
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Open Access Publishing Expands
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Map: www.openaccessmap.org
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PLOSable – a doorway to the leading edge of Biology
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Lesson Plans – PLOS Article
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Please join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) on Wed, Oct 2, noon Pacific American Library Collection(3:00 pm EST) for a free, open webinar on how libraries are leading the way with Open Courses, Open Educational Resources, and Open Policies. Three leaders who support students, faculty, and colleges through open educational policy and practice will be featured.

Dr. Patricia Profeta, Dean of Learning Resources at Indian River State College will share how she and other Florida State College librarians have developed open courses on information literacy and internet search to prepare students for college-level research. These courses have been published in Florida’s Orange Grove repository with a Creative Commons license.

Donna Okubo, Senior Manager of Community Outreach and Advocacy, at Public Library of Science (PLoS) will share their amazing collection of open science resources and journals that you can use in the classroom at your college. PLoS has implemented a new publishing model to support scholarly authorship and allow public access to the peer-reviewed results.

Nicole Allen, OER Program Director at, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) of the Academic and Research Library (ARL) will share SPARC’s plan to broadens its advocacy from open research to include all open educational resources (OER). Working with college libraries to extend their copyright expertise to include open policies is a critical component.

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  • “world’s largest journal” NO QUALIFIERS:http://blogs.plos.org/everyone/2011/12/20/plos-one-five-years-many-milestones/Andhttp://www.nature.com/news/journal-offers-flat-fee-for-all-you-can-publish-1.10811
  • http://www.openaccessmap.orgNumbers from DOAJ – quoted by Suber at https://plus.google.com/109377556796183035206/posts/iSR2spVGFUL
  • Libraries Lead the Way: Open Courses, Open Educational Resoursces, Open Policies

    1. 1. Dr. Patricia Profeta, Indian River State College Donna Okubo, Public Library of Science (PLOS) Nicole Allen, SPARC October 2, 2013 12:00 pm Pacific, 3:00 pm Eastern Libraries Lead the Way: Open Courses, OER, Open Policies
    2. 2. Collaborate Window Overview Audio & Video Participants Chat Tech Support available at: 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537, 1554
    3. 3. Welcome Please introduce yourself in the chat window. Tell us how you heard about today’s webinar? – Una Daly, moderator • Community College Outreach Director at OCW Consortium
    4. 4. Agenda • CCCOER introduction • Libraries and Open Access • Open Information Literacy Courses • Open Access Resources and Journals • Open Policies and Libraries • Q & A
    5. 5. CCCOER Mission • Promote adoption of OER to enhance teaching and learning –Expand access to education –Support professional development –Advance community college mission Funded by the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation
    6. 6. 200+ Community & Technical College
    7. 7. Libraries Lead the Way Internet Browsing open course Information Literacy open course Open Licensing Open Educational Resources Open Policies Open Science Resources Open Access Research
    8. 8. Open Information Literacy Courses Dr. Patricia Profeta Dean of Learning Resources Indian River State College
    9. 9. Patricia C. Profeta, Ph.D. Dean of Learning Resources Indian River State College Fort Pierce, FL pprofeta@irsc.edu October 2, 2013
    10. 10.  Florida Department of Education ◦ Chancellor, Division of Florida Colleges  Florida College System (FCS) (28 colleges, two and four year)  Council of Presidents  Council of Instructional Affairs (chief academic officers)  Continuing and Adult Ed Standing Committee  Learning Resources Standing Committee  Occupational Education Standing Committee
    11. 11.  The courses are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.  Zip files – see the CIA LRSC website  Please use and adapt the content and/or title. ◦ LIS course descriptor  Florida Statewide Course Numbering System 1. FCS Presidents’ approach 2. History of cooperative action 3. The Orange Grove 4. Librarians as information literacy experts 5. Librarians as instructors and curriculum developers 6. Leadership opportunities 7. Librarian at every table
    12. 12.  Internet research skills  IRSC http://irsc.libguides.com/LIS2004  LIS 2004 Introduction to Internet Research is a one-credit hour online course. The course focuses on methods of accessing information resources available through the Internet. Students will learn how to design effective search strategies, retrieve, evaluate, and cite Internet resources.
    13. 13.  Course Introduction -- What is the Internet? If you are a novice Internet user, this reading will help prepare you for the course. It provides an introduction to using the Internet as an information resource, a brief history of the Internet, and information about how the Internet works.  Lesson 1 -- Internet Communication Introduces Internet communication tools, including electronic mail and discussion groups such as mailing lists, groups, chat, and web conferencing. Discusses basic rules of netiquette, which define appropriate behavior for Internet communication.  Lesson 2 -- Research Strategies Covers selecting a topic and planning a research strategy. Includes an introduction to keyword and Boolean search techniques which may be used with many Internet search tools and with most electronic library databases and reference tools.  Lesson 3 -- Web Search Engines Provides tips and strategies for using Web search engines and meta-search engines effectively and efficiently.  Lesson 4 -- Other Web Tools Discusses the difference between search engines and directories, explains metasites and covers file format and multimedia searching.  Lesson 5 -- Library Databases An increasing number of information resources are available via the Internet only to libraries or organizations who subscribe for a fee. Introduces several subscription-based resources available via your community college library.  Lesson 6 -- Evaluating Internet Resources Explains how to evaluate Internet resources for usefulness and reliability.  Lesson 7 --Documenting Internet Resources Explains and provides examples for documenting Internet and online subscription-based resources using the MLA and APA citation formats.  The Glossary provides definitions of terminology used in this course.  Course requirements include three assignments and a Course Project.
    14. 14. Lesson 6: Evaluating Internet Resources Upon completion of this lesson, the student will:  recognize and evaluate website domains,  articulate and apply initial criteria for evaluating a website,  examine a website in order to evaluate reliability, validity, accuracy, authority, timeliness and point of view or bias, and  recognize prejudice, deception, manipulation or logical fallacies in a website.
    15. 15.  Florida’s Community Colleges General Education Student Learning Outcomes Communication: Read, write, speak and listen effectively. ◦ Critical thinking: Reflect, analyze, synthesis, and apply. ◦ Scientific and quantitative reasoning: Understand and apply mathematical and scientific principles and methods. ◦ *Information literacy: Find, evaluate, organize, and use information. ◦ Global socio-cultural responsibility: Actively participate as an informed and responsible citizen in social, cultural, global, and environmental matters.  IRSC http://irsc.libguides.com/lis1000
    16. 16. http://dept.sfcollege.edu/library/lrsc/infolitcommittee/IL_Standards_in_FCS.pdf
    17. 17. Lesson 1 Module 1, Lesson 1  Lesson Objectives  Lesson Content  Activity  External Resources The information literate student determines the nature and extent of the information needed. (Standard 1) Defines and articulates the need for information (Performance Indicator 1) Identifies a research topic or information need (FL College outcome 1.1A) Explores background information to identify key concepts and terms and determines the availability of needed information. (FL College outcome 1.1B) Lesson Objectives On completion of this lesson, students should be able to:  Define 4 common types of research assignments  Identify a research topic  Gather topical background information from appropriate sources  Identify key concepts and terms related to their topic  Determine availability of information related to their topic
    18. 18.  MOOC  Integration of social media into curriculum  Integration of additional OERs into curriculum  Analytics for library contribution to student success ◦ Courses revised annually ◦ Membership changes ◦ Leadership changes ◦ Reports submitted to the CIA LRSC
    19. 19. Open Access Resources & Journals Donna Okubo Senior Mgr of Community Outreach & Advocacy Public Library of Science (PLOS)
    20. 20. 21
    21. 21. Is this YOU? Looking for Content? 22 Amy McTigue’s image licensed CC-BY-ND
    22. 22. This could be YOU! 23 Aaron Parecki's Image:licensed CC-BY
    23. 23. 24 About PLOS PLOS is a nonprofit publisher and advocacy organization founded to accelerate progress in science and medicine by leading a transformation in research communication.
    24. 24. Keeping Science Moving Founders sought Open Access to transform research communications 25 “It is now possible to share the results of medical research with anyone, anywhere, who could benefit from it. “How could we not do it?” Patrick O. Brown Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Michael B. Eisen Professor, UC Berkeley Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Harold Varmus, Nobel Laureate Director National Cancer Institute (NCI) former Director National Institutes of Health
    25. 25. PLOS Publishes a Suite of Leading Open Access Journals Advancing Scholarly Publishing 26 • PLOS ONE world’s largest scientific journal • PLOS Biology works of exceptional significance in all areas of biological science • PLOS Medicine leading open access medical journal — research on the major challenges to human health worldwide • PLOS Genetics outstanding original contributions in all areas of genetics and genomics • PLOS Computational Biology new insights into living systems at all scales • PLOS Pathogens new ideas that contribute to understanding the biology of pathogens • PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases forgotten diseases affecting the world’s forgotten people
    26. 26. 27 PLOS By the Numbers 85,000+ articles published through June 2013 62% increase over 2011 in number of articles we publish 26,000+ articles published in 2012 5.3 million+ article views per month 170,000+ authors through 2012 93%of Authors are likely to submit to PLOS again 46Nobel Laureates have published with PLOS
    27. 27. Open Access Publishing Expands 8,817 peer-reviewed open access journals registered by 2013 28 Map: www.openaccessmap.org Journal count (March 2013): www.doaj.org
    28. 28. OPEN ACCESS Making scientific research immediately available online
    29. 29. What is Open Access ? Free Availability and Unrestricted Use We believe that published research articles should be immediately and freely available online without restriction, for the benefit of scientists, science and the greater public good:  Free access – no charge to access  No embargos – immediately available  Reuse – Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) to use with proper attribution 30
    30. 30. I Can Reuse OA Content. For Free? 31 Arlo MagicMan’s image: licensed CC-BY-NC
    31. 31. Open Access Content. Isn’t It Wonderful! • Figure 2. KEGG categories of T. multiceps unigenes. • Citation: Wu X, Fu Y, Yang D, Zhang R, Zheng W, et al. (2012) Detailed Transcriptome Description of the Neglected Cestode Taenia multiceps. PLoS ONE 7(9): e45830. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0045830 32
    32. 32. PLOSable – a doorway to the leading edge of Biology • http://askabiologist.asu.edu/explore/plosable 33
    33. 33. Lesson Plans – PLOS Article • http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2004/04/13/monkey-see-monkey-do/?_r=0 34
    34. 34. 35 PLOS - Image Collection • http://openfigs.tumblr.com/
    35. 35. Barbara Stebbins, Middle School Science Teacher • http://vimeo.com/1829969 36
    36. 36. Additional Open Access Journal Resources • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) http://www.doaj.org/ • Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) http://oaspa.org/ • Open Access Directory (OAD) http://oad.simmons.edu/oadwiki/Main_Page 37
    37. 37. Open Policies and Libraries Nicole Allen OER Program Director Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
    38. 38. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC®, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, is an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to create a more open system of scholarly communication.
    39. 39. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC Issues • Open Access (to research articles) • Open Data • Open Educational Resources
    40. 40. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC OER Program Goals • Remove barriers, expand incentives and provide support for the adoption of OER • Expand the development of high quality OER, and the open licensing of existing high quality educational resources
    41. 41. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org “Crossing the Chasm”
    42. 42. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Libraries & OER
    43. 43. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Libraries & OER • Libraries are the place faculty go to seek high quality educational resources • Librarians are experts at finding, curating and providing access to resources • Libraries are embedded within institutions and are connected to students, faculty and staff
    44. 44. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Libraries & OER • Libraries help provide access to textbooks through reserve copies; recognize the affordability problem • Many libraries already active in promoting Open Access in the context of research
    45. 45. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Libraries & OER • Libraries are already leading the way on OER too…
    46. 46. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Open Textbook Catalog In an effort to reduce costs for students, the College of Education and Human Development has created this catalog of open textbooks to be reviewed by faculty members. Read full press release Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons, or similar, license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks. http://guides.library.umass.edu/content.php?pid=87648&sid=1714807
    47. 47. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Open Textbook Catalog In an effort to reduce costs for students, the College of Education and Human Development has created this catalog of open textbooks to be reviewed by faculty members. Read full press release Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons, or similar, license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks. http://open.tacomacc.edu/
    48. 48. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Open Textbook Catalog In an effort to reduce costs for students, the College of Education and Human Development has created this catalog of open textbooks to be reviewed by faculty members. Read full press release Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons, or similar, license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks. http://open.umn.edu/ In an effort to reduce costs for students, the College of Education and Human Development has created this catalog of open textbooks to be reviewed by faculty members. Read full press release Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons, or similar, license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks.
    49. 49. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Open Textbook Catalog In an effort to reduce costs for students, the College of Education and Human Development has created this catalog of open textbooks to be reviewed by faculty members. Read full press release Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons, or similar, license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks. http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/
    50. 50. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC OER Program
    51. 51. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC OER Program • Build a Librarian Liaison Network to connect librarians already working on OER • Offer educational programs and resources for librarians interested in expanding into OER • Connect librarians with student and faculty OER efforts on campus
    52. 52. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org SPARC OER Program • Advocate for local, state and federal policies that expand OER production and adoption • Support grassroots efforts to further OER policy
    53. 53. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition www.sparc.arl.org Open Educational Resources Program nicole@sparc.arl.org Sign up for more information about SPARC’s OER Program http://sparc.arl.org/oer/join
    54. 54. Next Webinar Oct 30, 12:00 pm (Pacific) Licensed for re-use by OpenSourceWay Open Textbook Adoption And Sustainability Image: licensed for re-use by OpenSourceWay
    55. 55. Thank you for attending! Please type your question in the chat window or click on the talk button. Contact Information Una Daly <unatdaly@ocwconsortium.org> Patricia Profeta <pprofeta@irsc.edu> Donna Okubo <dokubo@plos.org> Nicole Allen <nicole@sparc.arl.org>
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