Past Workshops

If one of our past workshops below interests you, please contact us! We would be glad to present it within your specific school, department, or library.

 

Sharing your work

  • Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017 
  • Instructors: Lora Leligdon and Jen Green
  • Description: Learn about tools and best practices that will help you understand copyright as well as if and how you can share your research, publications, data, and creative work openly with peers, colleagues, students, and the public.  We’ll discuss tools that can support informed decisions about where to publish your work and how to retain rights to your own work, and we will consider the ways open and public access policies give you options to reuse your work. Bring your personal scenarios to this workshop, and we will be able to walk through your specific questions.

Managing your professional identity online

  • Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
  • Instructors: Jen Green and Lora Leligdon
  • Description: In the digital age where everyone has an online identity by default, it is critical that you take control of your professional identity, which can reflect important contributions you’ve made throughout your career.  Your professional identity connects you to your work, which can include your job, your professional research, or your creative work. It is important to have a unique and unambiguous identity, connect that identity with your accomplishments, communicate about your work to the audience you want, and measure the impact of your work.

Opening Access Through Canvas Legally

  • Date: Monday, October 23rd, 2017
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Scott Milspaugh
    Description: Learn about tools you can use in Canvas to make it both easy and legal for your students to access the materials with which you most want them to engage. We’ll discuss questions such as:

    • How do I know my use of copyrighted materials for teaching falls under ‘Fair Use’?
    • Is it OK to post PDFs of articles, chapters, or video materials in my Canvas site, and how much can I post?
    • I want some – but not all – of my Canvas website to be publicly available to all– how does that work?
    • What can students download after the course is over?

Managing Your Professional Identity Online

  • Date: Tuesday and Wednesday, March 14 and 15, 2017
  • Instructors: Jen Green, Barbara DeFelice, and members of the Open Dartmouth Working Group
  • Description: In this highly interactive course, you’ll use tools and services such as ORCID, ResearchGate, Academia.edu, Google and more, to make the best decisions for your professional identity. We will also address how to manage your identity in social media like Twitter, FaceBook, and blogs, which are key components of the personal and professional identity ecosystem.”

The Open Book: New Directions in Monograph Publishing, Part II

  • Date: Thursday, November 17, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice
  • Description: Faculty authors find themselves wanting to republish a work or part of a work, or to make a digital version, and contracts can prevent such actions or enable authors to exercise their choice. Learn about good practices with monograph publishing contracts, and hear from other faculty authors about their experiences.

Author Rights and Scholarly Identity

  • Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
  • Instructors: Jen Green and Lora Leligdon
  • Description: Do you know your rights as an author and how to retain these rights?  Do you know what tools you can use to increase impact and accessibility to your published work? Interested in learning more? Please join us to learn about your author publication rights and the tools needed to manage your scholarly identity.

Opening Access through Canvas Legally

  • Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Scott Milspaugh
  • Description: Learn about tools you can use in Canvas (and on other course web sites) to make it both easy and legal for your students to access the materials with which you most want them to engage. Using best practices, tools such as Creative Commons licenses, and open educational resources, you will be able to make the best use of open access, copyright, and Fair Use to improve access for your students.

The Open Book: New Directions in Monograph Publishing, Part I

  • Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016
  • Description: Join Michael Burton, the Director of the University Press of New England (UPNE), and Richard Pult, Acquisitions Editor at UPNE, along with faculty with book publishing experience, for a seminar on trends in scholarly monograph publishing. Hear about ways the work of faculty authors can be published in the traditional print monograph and also made more broadly available in digital forms.

Recording Resources Info Session for Dartmouth Musicians

  • Date: Monday, September 19, 2016
  • Instructors: Anthony Helm, Jen Green, Memory Apata, and Sunny Park
  • Description: Join library staff, music faculty, and current Dartmouth music students in a discussion about recording on campus. In this info session, you will learn the importance of building a musical portfolio early in your career and how to begin this portfolio during your time at Dartmouth.

Biomedical Writer’s Retreat: Know Your Rights to Your Published Works

  • Date: Friday, June 24, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green

What Would You Say? ORCID and Public Access Requirements from Funding Agencies

  • Date: Friday, March 25, 2016
  • Instructors: Members of the Open Dartmouth Working Group
  • Description: Faculty at Dartmouth are facing new requirements to further the impact of their research and scholarship, and new tools and services are emerging to enable them to meet these requirements. In this workshop, we will concentrate on persistent unique identifiers (ORCID in particular), and what is available at Dartmouth to support fulfilling the public access requirements of funding agencies. 

DHMC: Copyright: Can I Use This?

  • Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green
  • Location: Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center  

Creative Commons: Using it to Share and Find Creative and Educational Resources

  • Date: Friday, February 26, 2016
  • Instructors: Jen Green and Lora Leligdon
  • Description: This workshop will show you how to use Creative Commons to license your own work and search for materials that can be used for teaching, presentation, or publication. There will be opportunities for hands-on exploration of Creative Commons as well as time for discussion and questions. Please bring your laptop or device!

What Would You Say? Talking about the Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy and the Dartmouth Academic Commons

  • Date: Monday, February 15, 2016
  • Instructors: Jen Green and Barbara DeFelice

Thayer School of Engineering: Copyright Review, Part II

  • Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
  • Instructors: Jen Green and Barbara DeFelice

DHMC: Publishing

  • Date: Tuesday, February 9, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green

Thayer School of Engineering: Copyright Review, Part I

  • Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2016
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green

What Would You Say? Talking about the Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy and the Dartmouth Academic Commons

  • Date: Friday, December 18, 2015
  • Instructors: Members of the Open Dartmouth Working Group
  • Description: Please take this pre-workshop quiz. This quiz is way for you to discover which aspects of these questions are easy for you to address and which are baffling. We’ll start with a summary of the results of this quiz and then engage in active learning exercises so by the end of the workshop, you will know what to say!  

Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Course Materials: a “Know Your Copyright” Workshop

  • Date: Friday, October 23, 2015
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green
  • Description: Librarians and instructional designers will explore frequently asked questions from faculty such as: How can I know if my use of copyrighted materials for teaching falls under ‘Fair Use’? Is it OK to post PDFs of articles, chapters, or video materials in my Canvas site, and how much can I post? I want some – but not all – of my Canvas website to be publicly available — is this possible?

Know Your Rights: Your Rights to Your Published Work 

  • Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2015
  • Instructors: Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green
  • Description: Learn about tools and best practices that help you in working with publishers to retain your rights to post your own published work. We’ll discuss the points to look for in typical publishing contracts, learn about tools for making publishing decisions if you want to retain rights to your work, and consider the ways open and public access policies give you options to reuse your own work.