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March 20 2019

Open Data Day: Hackathon Recap

To celebrate and encourage the use of open data, the UTA Libraries sponsored a hackathon, or a "project marathon," where individuals came together to form groups, come up with an idea, and see that very idea through to completion all in one sitting.

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February 17 2019

Open Education Day at UTA

UTA Libraries and the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence are excited to announce Open Education Day at UTA to be held on Thursday, March 7, in Central Library

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November 1 2018

Impact of UTA Carpentries Workshops

Summary of five workshops during 2016-2017 based on post-workshop surveys. Our response rate is about 50%.

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Left to right are Rebecca Mauldin, Bonnie Boardman, Scott Palmer, Kim Breuer, and Aida Allen.

June 6 2019

UTA Libraries awards five OER grants

The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries is pleased to announce six new recipients of the UTA CARES Grant Program.

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Risk-taking and Revolution

October 19 2016

Nick Shockey of SPARC Event Recap

SPARC presentation at UTA Libraries on Open Educational Resources and Open Access Nick Shockey, Director of Programs & Engagement for SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) visited UTA Libraries on September 22, 2016.

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