Using Repositories in Undergraduate Teaching and Learning

Wednesday, May 29 | 4:45PM–5:30PM | East/West Paces
Session Type: Professional Development
Participation in research provides undergraduate students and faculty with opportunities to enhance teaching and learning. Students and faculty may further benefit by incorporating open-access publishing in the undergraduate research program. Many institutions offer undergraduate students and their faculty a platform to publish their work for a worldwide audience. This session will present case studies for promoting undergraduate research and projects through open-access repositories and journals. The presenters will show how partnering with your library can widen the reach of your undergraduates' work by providing tools for publishing their projects and articles online and indexing these works in online resources.


  • David Evans

  • Marlee Givens

    Librarian for Modern Languages/Library Learning Consultant, Georgia Institute of Technology