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Workshop: Retain Your Author Rights

In this workshop you will learn how to: Examine author contracts with various publishers Strategies to negotiate your next contract Negotiate a book publishing contract and what you can negotiate Discuss author rights with faculty Sample Publishing Agreements (See guiding questions in the presentation above): JAMA Publishing Agreement (PDF) Elsevier Publi...
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Writing Scared

Originally Published: December 7, 2014   Writing Scared: How to Overcome the Perfectionism, Procrastination & Fatigue That Get in the Way of Your Writing from Ashley Sanders How do you overcome perfectionism, procrastination, and fatigue? Or more concerning, What do you do when you face writing anxiety that goes beyond “normal”? Based on personal experience, studies of post...
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Copyright & Special Collections: A Primer

This workshop was given at the Rare Books and Manuscripts School at the University of California, Los Angeles on Thursday, August 4, 2016. Please cite as follows: Sanders, Ashley R. "Copyright & Special Collections," Rare Books and Manuscript School, UCLA (4 August 2016).
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Defining Terms: DH vs. Digital Scholarship vs. Digital Liberal Arts

This workshop was given on May 31, 2016 at the Claremont Colleges Library to help us begin to untangle the different ways colleges, universities, and individual scholars are framing their engagement with the digital environment in their scholarly work and the library's (and librarians') roles within each definition.
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Building DH Capacity Workshop

Ashley Sanders, "Building Capacity for DH Work in the Library and Beyond," Digital Initiatives Symposium (University of San Diego, April 27, 2016). Presentation: Slides and notes available here. Using the Claremont Colleges Library as a case study, this workshop offers ideas and suggestions about how to build capacity within the library and the broader campus community to support and a...
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Flipping Your Class: How to Start

Flipped Course Design: Starting Small Jessica Davila Greene & Dr. Ashley Sanders Claremont Colleges Library, Claremont University Consortium A Flipped Classroom or Inverted Learning is generally described as students doing classwork at home and homework in class, but is it that simple? Placing responsibility for learning on students, while incorporating a variety of teaching styles and acti...
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