We were sad to hear that Bill Jackson passed away on New Years Eve. Many of us have wonderful memories of Bill and will treasure them always. His obituary in the Windsor star can be found at the link below.
Dave Johnston's blog
Thanks again for everyone who participated and voted! We now have our winners.
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Keep your eyes open for a chance to participate in the UWill Discover conference this spring!
Food For Fines
From Dec-1st - Dec 14th you can pay your library fines with canned goods!
Help support the University of Windsor Student Food Bank and reduce your library fines by donating non-perishable, UNEXPIRED canned goods at Leddy Library's Circulation Desk. For each item that you donate, you'll receive $2 off your fines, up to $50 per person!
Thank you to everyone who submitted a question to the competition. We had a lot of excellent questions, and some tough decisions to make!
The top 30 research questions have now been chosen and you can view them here in the Scholarship at UWindsor repository.
Another year has come and gone and the Scholarship at UWindsor institutional repository continues to grow, showcasing and providing open access to the research and creative activity from faculty members, graduates and undergraduates from around our campus. Take a look at our annual report to see the impact Windsor research is having around the world.
International Open Access Week (October 20-26th is) is a global event in its eighth year which draws attention to the benefits of Open Access to research and seeks to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research. To borrow from Peter Suber, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication , "Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.
CRRAR and the Leddy Library are pleased to announce Ralph Johnson's The Rise of Informal Logic as volume 2 in the Windsor Studies in Argumentation (WSIA) open access monograph series. The first volume in the series, What do we Know About the World? Rhetorical and Argumentative Perspectives, was recently featured as the unglue.it project's Creative Commons book of the day.
Carina Xue Luo, geospatial data specialist at the Academic Data Centre here at Leddy Library, had the opportunity discuss the issue of food deserts in Windsor with the Windsor Star. Her research indicates that "fewer than one in five people in Windsor live within walking distance of a grocery store".
Last fall the Leddy Library helped the philosophy department and CRRAR publish the first title in their open access monograph series, Windsor Studies in Argumentation (WSIA). That book, What do we Know about the World: Rhetorical and Argumentative Perspectives, is now featured as the unglueit creative commons book of the day! Have a look! Book two in the series, the Rise of Informal Logic, will be out soon.