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| Tuesday, 24 October 2017 |
Global event

Open Access Week Celebration

3:00 PM
October 23-27 is Open Access Week
This year’s international events are organized under the theme “Open in order to…”
Join us on Tuesday, October 24 for a pair of informal learning and sharing opportunities addressing all things open - monographs, journals, textbooks, data, syllabi, pedagogy and open educational resources (OER).
3:00-4:00 - Webinar: Open Access Monographs
Library, Lower level, Paula Black Seminar Room
A panel highlighting current initiatives in openly accessible monograph publishing (sponsored by Lever Press). Questions may be submitted in advance of the program using this form.

4:00-5:00 - Snacks and sharing
Library, Lower Level
Join colleagues for conversation about open access, open education and open data. Share your experience, ask questions, connect with content, tools, resources and opportunities.

All are welcome to attend either or both sessions.
Global event

Open Access Open House

3:00 PM
October 23-27 is Open Access WeekThis year’s international events are organized under the theme “Open in order to…”Join us on Tuesday, October 24 for a pair of informal learning and sharing opportunities addressing all things open - monographs, journals, textbooks, data, syllabi, pedagogy and open educational resources (OER).

3:00-4:00 - Webinar: Open Access MonographsLibrary, Lower level, Paula Black Seminar RoomA panel highlighting current initiatives in openly accessible monograph publishing (sponsored by Lever Press)

4:00-5:00- Snacks and sharingLibrary, Lower Level Join colleagues for conversation about open access, open education and open data. Share your experience, ask questions, connect with content, tools, resources and opportunities.
Global event

2016 FYI Leaders Pre Advising Practicum Meeting

4:00 PM
Meeting for 2016 FYI leaders to discuss the Advising Practicum.
Global event

(HWC) All Body Workout: Cardio, Strength & Flexibility

4:30 PM
Tues/Thurs, Oct. 17th and 19th Classes are Canceled
This circuit training-style will involve rotating from one station to another in set periods of time. Each interval varies from 1-3 minutes, alternating between strength and cardio.
Cardio work can include Step, Hi/Lo Aerobics, or Cardio Kickboxing. Strength work can include medicine balls, bands, mat exercises, body weight exercise, free weights and more.
This class is designed for all levels to help improve strength, endurance, flexibility and balance.
This class is for current students only
Global event

"Comedy, Economics and Climate Change"

7:00 PM
"Comedy, Economics, and Climate Change (or How Climate Change Turned Me Into a Republican)" -Performed by Yoram Bauman,Ph.D. "the world's first and and only stand-up economist"
Yoram Bauman says that his goal in life is "To spread joy to the world through economics comedy; to contribute to education reform through comic books about economics and more; and to implement carbon pricing, preferably through a revenue-neutral tax shift involving lower taxes on things we like (working, saving, investing) and higher taxes on things we don't like (e.g., carbon)"
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Volleyball Vs Lake Forest College

7:00 PM