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Through the University of North Texas’ investment in IGI Global e-Collections, the institution was able to support publishing the Handbook of Research on the Global View of Open Access and Scholarly Communications, edited by Dr. Daniel Gelaw Alemneh, from this institution, under diamond OA. Additionally, this initiative is providing unlimited OA article processing charge and chapter processing charge waivers for their institution.
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IGI Global is proud to host “Zoom Into the Future of Open Access Publishing,” a free OA information session, on June 22nd, 2022 at 10 a.m. EST.
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Exceptional education, otherwise known as special education, has been plagued with deficit thinking and practices that have limited the growth of students from culturally and linguistically diverse background. Because of this, marginalized students have often been placed inappropriately in more restrictive learning environments early in education, resulting in placing limitations on these students based on perceptions.
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Mark your calendars as the editors of Developments in Virtual Learning Environments and the Global Workplace, Profs. Stephanie Swartz from Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Belem Barbosa from University of Porto, Portugal, Izzy Crawford from Robert Gordon University, UK, and Susan Luck from Pfeiffer University, USA are hosting a four part webinar series from November 1-23, 2021. During the webinar series, attendees will learn more about educational technologies, virtual learning environments, global workplace, and more from the editors and contributing authors and have the opportunity to participate in their Q&A. Find below the schedule for the upcoming webinars.
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Researchers are continually struggling to secure funding for their Open Access (OA) publishing pursuits. Many institutions and universities do have funding available through their library resources, such as e-Collections and other digital resources, but that funding is not specifically allocated for open access publishing for their faculty, students, and researchers.
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IGI Global's Acquisitions Team provides resources for new authors and editors
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An IGI Global Author takes part in the 2017 Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop.
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Dr. Nicholas D. Hartlep Presents on Modern Societal Impacts of the Model Minority Stereotype
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IGI Global Editor Travels To Myanmar
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IGI Global Editor Travels To Myanmar
Cases on Teaching Critical Thinking through Visual Representation Strategies
Cases on Teaching Critical Thinking through Visual Representation Strategies
Robert Schultz Technology vs. Ecology
Prof. Robert Schultz
Date: Aug. 29, 2013
Time: 2:00 pm (EDT)
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