Monthly Archives: March 2019

Commemorating a Sherwood Anderson Anniversary

I’ll be honest. I’ve written about Sherwood Anderson on the blog before. Three times, to be more precise. And this makes four, but for a good reason. Among his many works, Sherwood Anderson was the author of Winesburg, Ohio, a collection of… Continue reading

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Recapping the 2018 & 2019 Open Education Symposiums at Virginia Tech

OER are More than Just $Free Open Educational Resources (OER) are expert-authored and freely-shared learning materials available in various formats. They are not just textbooks and they enable much more than resources which are “low” or zer… Continue reading

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University of California v. Elsevier: Why It Matters to Virginia

On February 28 the University of California announced that it was terminating all of its journal subscriptions with the scholarly publishing giant Elsevier. The news sent shock waves throughout the world of higher education—not just in America but glob… Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: April 5, 2019

The Peacock-Harper Culinary History Friends are hosting an upcoming luncheon on April 5, 2019, in Roanoke. Please note that registration for the event is due by March 27, 2019. A downloadable flyer (same as the image below) and registration form are at… Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: April 5, 2019

The Peacock-Harper Culinary History Friends are hosting an upcoming luncheon on April 5, 2019, in Roanoke. Please note that registration for the event is due by March 27, 2019. A downloadable flyer (same as the image below) and registration form are at… Continue reading

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A Mystery Banjo, the Collegians, and Lewis A. Hall

Recently, I’ve been working on identifying artifacts and university memorabilia in our collections, and I came across a beautiful, four-stringed tenor banjo and its case. Handwritten on the banjo head is “The Collegians, VPI, Blacksburg, VA… Continue reading

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Make some women in architecture more visible to the world—we promise it’s easier than you can imagine!

WHEN: March 2019 (and beyond) WHERE: Wikipedia (see the project page) EXPERIENCE: None, just get started! We love getting together to collaborate on editing, but we also realize everyone is very busy! Fortunately the highly connected world we live in a… Continue reading

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