PINK RIBBON DAY

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Pink Ribbon

Monday 27th of October is Pink Ribbon Day. Please mark the day in your calendars and wear something pink to raise awareness about Breast Cancer. Better yet, donate by purchasing merchandise at the many Pink Ribbon Stalls across Canberra, to show your support for this worthy cause.

 

Stone Day Library opening hours

The Library will be open as usual during the Stone Day celebrations 10am-5.00pm

Stone Day will be held on Saturday 25 October from 3.00pm-11.00pm on the lawns between Cooper Lodge/Building 5 and the Library.

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Stone Day

For information about the origins of Stone Day
see Ask A Librarian.

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Join in the celebration of the outstanding achievements of UC staff.
Enjoy the awards and celebrate the success with refreshments to follow the ceremony.

Ann Harding Conference Centre (Building 24)
Friday 24th October 2.30-4.30pm

Man Booker--2014--Richard Flanagan-The Narrow Road To The Deep NorthThe Man Booker Prize aims to promote the finest in fiction by rewarding the very best book of the year. The prize is amongst the most important literary awards in the world and has transformed the fortunes of authors and publishers.

This year the Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2014 was chaired by AC Grayling. The judges are: Jonathan Bate, Sarah Churchwell, Dr Alastair Niven, Dr Daniel Glaser and Erica Wagner. The winner was Richard Flanagan with The Narrow Road to the Deep North.

More information about this years winner and the Prize and the judging panel can be on the Official Man Booker Prize website.

 

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23.10.014    12:30-14:00    1C49a (Hothouse Studio)

Join us for a 60 minute panel discussion via webinar followed by Q & A.

Refreshments will be available.

For catering purposes, please RSVP Judy Currier onsquare open access
judy.currier@canberra.edu.au

All welcome!

Happy Diwali

Diwali, also known as Deepavali (the festival of lights), is celebrated every year during the October / November period.

The homes are decorated with candles, clay lamps, and fairy lights and Rangooli (intricate artwork designs handmade with colourful powder).

It is a fun filled occasion with lots of merriment and it is associated with the exchange of elaborate Indian sweets.

The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.

This festival is celebrated by the people from the Indian diaspora.

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Happy Diwali picture

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Photo credits: http://www.dreamstime.com

 

Open Classroom

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Unconscious motivation. 

James Neill discusses psychodynamic perspectives on motivation.

Wednesday 22 October

Room 12B2, 10.30-11.30am

Everyone welcome.

 

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OA Sprint Talks

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Open Access Week @ UC continues with its practical themes.

Learn how to OA your research metrics and impact and how to OA your IP without breaking the rules.

Teaching Commons Lounge Building 1

Wednesday 22 October  at 12.30pm

Everyone welcome.

 

 

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Open Educational Resources (OER)

The UC Library’s Libguides provides information on Open Educational Resources.

This Libguide provides useful information on: 

- OER for Educators
- OER for Learners
- contact details.

For more information, refer to this URL:
http://canberra.libguides.com/openeducationalresources

Border Open access

This toolkit is now accessible via the UC Library’s Libguides. 

This Libguide provides useful information on: 

- What is Open Access?
- Copyright
- Open Access Publishing
- Open Access Repositories
- UC research Repository
- Funding Mandates
- Data Management
- Glossary

For more information refer to this URL:
http://canberra.libguides.com/openaccess

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