News Release from BCcampus:

 

BCcampus is a Canadian government agency that works with post-secondary institutions to help adapt teaching and learning practices to best serve students.

 

In 2012, it launched the BC Open Textbook Project and has since become a recognized world leader in open education. BCcampus embraced the concept that access to freely available content, information, and data is essential to students and instructors.

 

For its dedication to the Open agenda, collaborative practices, and willingness to share what works to make education more accessible, SPARC is honouring BCcampus with its January 2018 Innovator Award.

 

Read the full SPARC Innovator profile here

 

Read the full BCcampus press release here

 

 

 

Explore Open UBC here

 

Make your UBC research openly accessible here

 

 

 

 

 

 

News Release from BCcampus:

 

BCcampus is a Canadian government agency that works with post-secondary institutions to help adapt teaching and learning practices to best serve students.

 

In 2012, it launched the BC Open Textbook Project and has since become a recognized world leader in open education. BCcampus embraced the concept that access to freely available content, information, and data is essential to students and instructors.

 

For its dedication to the Open agenda, collaborative practices, and willingness to share what works to make education more accessible, SPARC is honouring BCcampus with its January 2018 Innovator Award.

 

Read the full SPARC Innovator profile here

 

Read the full BCcampus press release here

 

 

 

Explore Open UBC here

 

Make your UBC research openly accessible here

 

 

 

 

Interesting blog post:

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“As we gear up for a new season and change of pace in the library, it’s time to take a close look at our Summer Reading Club statistics. Another great year of passion and energy in support of kids’ reading and learning – the impact is significant, and we in BC have lots to celebrate with our 25 years of Summer Reading Club success! ”
FYI – http://jacquelinevandyk.ca/summertime-and-the-readin-is-easy/

 

Long gone are the days when libraries were physical spaces to house tangible books, a place where noise is considered a taboo because libraries are a serious place for serious people – not fo

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stacksDigital technology is changing the way we store information, and how we learn from it.
Does it make sense to stack printed books in costly buildings when virtual libraries are just a mouse-click away?

http://www.cbc.ca/checkup/episode/2014/09/28/whats-the-future-of-the-library-in-the-age-of-google/

CBC’s Cross-Country Checkup is broadcasting this program ‘live’ on Sunday afternoon, September 28 from 4-6pm EST

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