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Thursday, March 21 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Pressbooks and Associated Technologies: Innovative Projects, Creating and Publishing Books by Libraries FILLING

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This panel presentation shares innovative ways to engage patrons from a variety of library types and patrons including students, faculty, and teachers. In one case study, Winona State University has collaboratively published three books written by graduate students in Leadership Education. WSU used a variety of technologies, one of which is Pressbooks. Fortunately WSU has supported and has access to the subscription level Pressbooks  through the statewide subscription available by Minnesota Libraries Publishing Project (MLPP) initiative. In addition to Pressbooks, Canva, Ingramspark, Adobe Creative Cloud, and bepress Digital Commons are all used in our process to create and publish print and ebooks written and edited by our graduate students. This process can be replicated in a variety of ways with alternative platforms.  In the second half of this session, attendees will have the opportunity to use Pressbooks to create an ebook.  Attendees will create their own Pressbooks account, learn about basic Pressbook features, and create their own ebook. Please note, this session is limited to 30 people.

Speakers
avatar for Kendall Larson

Kendall Larson

Digital Collections & Initiatives Librarian, Winona State University
Creative partnerships within the academic communities and beyond. Digital Collections" Presenting to the public: video, audio, documents, and images. | File preservation and storage.
avatar for Matt Lee

Matt Lee

Associate Director, University of Minnesota
Matt is a librarian with Minitex, an organization that supports libraries of all types across the state.
avatar for Ruth Dukelow

Ruth Dukelow

Executive Director, CLIC
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Sarah Hawkins

Project Manager, MELSA
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Shane Nackerud

Technology Lead, Library Initiatives, University of Minnesota -- Twin Cities
Shane Nackerud has worked at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities for 15 years, first as the Libraries webmaster, then as the Director of Web Development, and currently as the Technology Lead for the eLearning Support Initiative. In his current position Shane is working on finding... Read More →
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Dr. Barbara Holmes

Winona State University


Thursday March 21, 2019 2:15pm - 3:45pm
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Attendees (28)