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Sunday, April 30 • 09:00 - 10:00
NextGen Open: Planting Seeds to Cultivate Open Advocates, Scholars, and Creators

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At the NCSU Libraries, we develop successful programming around the tenets of open. However these programs target audiences that are already interested in open tools. Instead of starting from the mechanisms that facilitate open, like licensing, we have begun a grassroots campaign to integrate open ethos into our community. In this workshop, NCSU librarians from the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center and the Makerspace will discuss how they are growing an engaged community of open practitioners, and share methods for integrating open practices into learning activities. Participants will leave with a plan of action and resources to turn ideas into action

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Worksheet: Planning for Stealth Advocacy
Slides: NextGen Open
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Speakers
avatar for Lauren Di Monte

Lauren Di Monte

Data and Research Impact Librarian, University of Rochester
Open data, data science, making, emerging technology, research impact, diversity in STEM
avatar for Lillian Rigling

Lillian Rigling

Librarian/Fellow, North Carolina State University Libraries
Open Education/Open Access, Openness in STEM, Student Outreach, User Experience


Sunday April 30, 2017 09:00 - 10:00
Parkdale Room (section A)

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