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OpenDOAR is an authoritative directory of academic open access repositories. It lists over 2,100 repositories worldwide.  OpenDOAR allows you to search or browse for repositories by name, subject, content type, repository type, country, language, or software.  It also has a tool that allows you to:


About "Open Access Repositories"

Open repositories are electronic services designed to preserve and provide open access to journal article reprints or preprints, audio, video and other media, and/or digital data.  Unlike electronic journal or book publishers, they do not generally themselves provide editing or peer review services, though they may provide access to edited, peer-reviewed documents. Repositories may be maintained by an institution for the benefit of its own authors and researchers, or be open to deposits from any researcher in a given subject area.


Online Faculty Guidebook

"The Faculty Guidebook is a tool that can help you quickly absorb, research, apply, and disseminate new teaching/learning knowledge and classroom innovations."
"This invaluable resource will keep you on abreast of the latest research and scholarly thinking on such topics as mentoring, assessment and evaluation, instructional design, program assessment, and creating quality learning environments." - Pacific Crest

Marywood Library has a hard copy of the Faculty Guidebook (378.122 F22).  This page provides a few sample modules that may be downloaded in PDF format.


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