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ADECT 2019 Proceedings book cover

ADECT 2019 Proceedings

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Author(s): Tutaleni I. Asino, Ph.D, Felicia O. Mormah Ph.D

Editor(s): Tutaleni I. Asino, Ph.D, Felicia O. Mormah Ph.D

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 23/06/2022

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People, Places, and Cultures

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Author(s): Raymon Huston, Editor, R. Adam Dastrup

Editor(s): Jamie Holmes

Subject(s): Social geography, Human geography

Institution(s): Tulsa Community College

Publisher: Tulsa Community College

Last updated: 31/03/2022

 

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Exploring Open

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Author(s): Kathy Essmiller

Subject(s): Education

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 09/03/2022

Guide to the OERxDomain 2021 Conference book cover

Guide to the OERxDomain 2021 Conference

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Last updated: 07/02/2022

 

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Technical and Professional Writing Genres

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Author(s): Michael Beilfuss, Staci Bettes, Katrina Peterson

Editor(s): Eric Howerton, Katie Rieger

Subject(s): Usage and grammar guides

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 18/01/2022

Building from strong open-source foundations, this modern guide to technical and professional writing explores workplace composition through both practical and theoretical lenses. Multidisciplinary backgrounds and decades of professional work experience–both in and outside of academia–have given the authors and editors of this text keen insight into the writing demands of professional, business environments. With an emphasis on understanding the basics of each writing genre–as well as the supplemental sections that may, for example, enhance a résumé or a strengthen a proposal–this text aims to provide clear, informed, considerate, and contemporary explanations for those wanting to optimally construct and efficiently compose résumés, cover letters, memorandums, instructional guides, proposals, and analytical and oral reports.

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ENGL 1113 Online Library Sessions

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Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 23/11/2021

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University Academic Writing for International Students: A Usage-based Approach [BETA]

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Author(s): Carol Lynn Moder, Alys Avalos-Rivera, Ho'omana Nathan Horton, Miriam Kinfe, Paul Sims, Seth French, Yelin Zhao

Editor(s): Lonna Freshley, Mark Hickey

Subject(s): Writing and editing guides

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 22/10/2021

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Learning in the Digital Age

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Author(s): Tutaleni I. Asino

Editor(s): Tutaleni I. Asino

Subject(s): Educational equipment and technology, computer-aided learning (CAL), Higher education, tertiary education, Open learning, distance education, Education, Digital and information technologies: social and ethical aspects

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 15/10/2021

This book is designed to serve as a textbook for classes exploring the nature of learning in the digital age. The genesis of this book is a desire to use OERs in all my teachings, coupled with the realization that the resources that I was looking for were not available and as such I needed to contribute in creating them. It is thus a small attempt to contribute to the vast repository of Open Educational Resources.

When discussing learning in the digital age, most focus on the technology first. However, the emphasis made in this book is that it’s about the learner not just the technology. One of the things that is easy to lose track of when talking about learning in the digital age is the learner. Technology is important and it has significant impact but it is still about the person who is using the technology. Many people conflate learning in the digital age with technology in today’s age. This important misconception is common and results from our failure to examine our understanding of what “learning” really is. Of course, Most of this depends on a person’s epistemology. There are numerous definitions of what learning is and often they come to how a person sees the world. Some argue that learning is about a change in behavior due to experiences, others state simply that learning is being able to do something new that you were not able to do before. Regardless of what side you choose, to understand what learning in the digital age is, one has to understand what learning itself is.

I am immensely thankful to the authors for sharing their ideas freely and for the reviewers who volunteered their time to give feedback.

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MUSI 5113 Library Instruction

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Subject(s): Library and information services, Music, Theory of music and musicology

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 24/08/2021

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Bridge the Distance: An Oral History of COVID-19 in Poems

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Author(s): Angelica Braaten, Anna J. Small Roseboro, Ashley Valencia-Pate, Barbara Edler, Betsy Jones, Denise Hill, Denise Krebs, Donetta Norris, Dr. Sarah J. Donovan, Emily Yamasaki, Gayle Sands, Glenda Funk, Jamie Langley, Jennifer Guyor-Jowett, Jennifer Sykes, Kate Currie, Katrina Morrison, Kimberly Johnson, Laura Langley, Linda Mitchell, Margaret Simon, Maureen Ingram, Melissa Ali, Mo Daley, Monica Schwafaty, Scott McCloskey, Seana Wright, Allison Berryhill, Alex Berkley, Abigail M. Woods, Tammi Belko, Susie Morice, Susan Ahlbrand, Stefani Boutelier, Stacey Joy, Shaun Ingalls, Andy Schoenborn

Editor(s): Dr. Sarah J. Donovan, Carolina Lopez

Subject(s): Poetry, Poetry anthologies (various poets), Creative writing and creative writing guides, Research methods: general, Society and Social Sciences, Oral history, Creative therapy / Expressive therapies

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 28/06/2021

During the early days of quarantine, many teachers turned to poetry to process their experiences. Teacher-Poets Writing to Bridge the Distance: An Oral History of COVID-19 preserves this poetry and teachers’ experiences as they navigated a new reality in education. In the interviews, teachers revisit poems written a year prior, re-witnessing, with perspective offered only by time, the impact of the pandemic on them as teachers and on education more broadly. This anthology offers readers the poems shared across 39 collected oral histories. The full collection of interviews is available for online public access at the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program.