Out Loud  / sarah faye cohen

Written by Karen Lauritsen two years ago

Cal Poly welcomes Open Education Library Fellow, Dana Ospina

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Dana Ospina joined the Robert E. Kennedy Library this November as Cal Poly’s new Open Education Library Fellow. Innovation in libraries This two-year position will shape the direction and implementation of Kennedy Library’s pilot open educational resources program. This position

Written by Rachel Scott two years ago

Be the change you want to see in open education

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Sarah Faye Cohen, Kennedy Library’s associate university librarian, attended the Open Education Conference in Park City, Utah on November 6-8, 2013, where she spoke about libraries’ role in open education in her presentation, Be the Change You Want to See: One

Written by Victoria Billings two years ago

Kennedy Library is an open education library

Business librarian Mark Bieraugel works with two students on a computer.

Kennedy Library recently introduced OATS (Open Access to Textbooks for Students). For more about how students can use OATS for their success, please see this Q and A. The rising cost of textbooks is no secret; it affects every Cal

Written by Victoria Billings three years ago

Fired up about knowledge: Introducing Sarah Faye Cohen

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The first thing one notices about Sarah Faye Cohen is her energy. The new associate university librarian for academic services seems to be everywhere: in her office, in meeting rooms, chatting with university librarian Anna Gold in the hallway. And