Why You Won’t Have JSTOR When You Graduate and What You Can Do About It
These materials support a workshop for seniors on losing access to information after graduation. After a short lecture on why information costs money, we used each exercise, which focus on students making their work open, to encourage students to think critically about how their information sharing decisions impact others. We used three types of exercises--academic, creative, and work/corporate--to acknowledge that students are creators of multiple kinds of information.
|An exercise for the group of students most interested in making their scholarly work open and accessible Downloaded 220 times||14.8 KB|
|An exercise for the group of students most interested in making their creative work (photography, for example) open Downloaded 236 times||15.3 KB|
|An exercise for the group of students interested in better understanding how corporate IP agreements limit sharingDownloaded 215 times||14.72 KB|
Students will be able to articulate how their own decisions impact others' ability to access information in order to make more intentional sharing choices with their information output
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We were given a one hour slot during our university's annual Senior Summit. We had to collaborate with our Center for Career Development to do this.