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LibreFest - Shared screen with speaker view
HANAA ALKASSAS
58:54
can you drop the link in the chat box
Luz Elena Miranda Valencia
58:57
A good idea to make a video tutorial. Thank you
Michelle Pilati
59:10
lbretexts.org gets you into the platform.
Michelle Pilati
59:23
OOPS - libretexts.org
Paramdeep Khurana
59:30
Michelle
Paramdeep Khurana
59:52
Have you given us access to our ubject books
Paramdeep Khurana
01:00:12
can I access chem books as well
L. Jeanette Green
01:00:50
should i click microsoft active directory or google workspace?
Michelle Pilati
01:00:54
You have access to everything without being logged in. In order to log in, you have to enter the library that your account was created in. But all the resources are available to all. So, yes to Paramdeep. :-)
Alyse Pittman
01:02:43
Can we remix with books from different libraries? For example, mixing content from math and stats libraries?
Michelle Pilati
01:03:12
If you are in your library and want to see what is in another library, click on Libraries in the menu to the left. While your account is in one library, you can use things from all other libraries - you are not bound to that library. It is just where your work will live.
Minodora Moldoveanu
01:04:29
Are these sessions recorded? And will they be sent to us? I have to teach, and I really want to watch the entire thing.
Paul Seeburger
01:04:35
So, yes, Alyse, you can remix material from books in different libraries.
Alan Keys
01:04:38
On mine, it looks like the link on the menu is "Libreverse" not "library."
Michelle Pilati
01:04:44
I created a book entirely from outside of social sciences while I was in social science - just to confirm that last statement. Important - when you are searching, you are only searching in the library you are in. Important to remember if your discipline overlaps with others.
Michelle Pilati
01:05:03
Alan - Same.
Alyse Pittman
01:05:28
Thank you so much. I have currently only applied for the math library. Do I go through the same process to add the stats one as well?
Christopher Smith
01:05:29
Delmar - when you say standards do you mean formatting?
Melissa Marquez, ASCCC
01:06:01
Yes! @Minodora All the sessions today will be recorded and available on the ASCCC OERI website
Donna Greene
01:06:50
If my campus doesn't have a bookshelf, can I create one?
Sheila Lynch
01:07:03
It’s already updated for Macs.
Paul Seeburger
01:07:09
Alyse, unless you plan to create a book on the Stats library, you do not need to login there.
Michelle Pilati
01:08:40
Donna - That’s coming. You all are doing a great job of asking the questions we anticipated. (yeah)
Donna Greene
01:09:00
Thanks!
Naomi Bahm
01:09:02
If you pull pages from a different library, can you still edit those pages within your own textbook?
Michelle Pilati
01:09:40
Naomi - Yes. You’re two steps ahead.
Kelly Stack
01:10:50
Do you have the standards published anywhere?
Bob Belford
01:11:09
@Namoi, If you "fork it" you can, if you "transclude" it you can't, we will go over that during the remixer session
Naomi Bahm
01:11:48
Ok, thanks!
Kelly Stack
01:12:54
Can Learning Objects be created separate from books?
Paul Seeburger
01:13:13
Yes, Kelly.
Kelly Stack
01:13:21
Thx!
Alan Keys
01:14:25
Once it is in the Campus Bookshelf, I assume anyone can then access and use it.
Paul Seeburger
01:14:32
Kelly, we generally do create learning objects as separate objects and then import links to them into our books in appropriate places.
Paul Seeburger
01:15:05
Alan, that is generally correct, although you can still set it to be private if you realize you need to make adjustments before it is publicly viewable.
L. Jeanette Green
01:18:45
which is best for phone width?
Michelle Pilati
01:19:26
I believe our accessibility person took issue with that…
Buzz Piersol
01:19:38
When we change these Readability settings, do they change for the students?
Paul Seeburger
01:20:14
Buzz, I do not believe this will happen.
Kelly Stack
01:21:42
Do we have a choice about copyright declaration?
Buzz Piersol
01:21:45
Thank you, Michelle.
Sheila Lynch
01:21:56
When you harvest a resource, who ensures that the materials are openly licensed and that items within it are properly attributed?
Michelle Pilati
01:22:21
You select your license - it is an option on every page.
Sheila Lynch
01:23:05
Asking abut existing OER, though.
Alyse Pittman
01:23:47
Do all libraries have the community tab? I do not have that and I tried to do the hard reboot
JoEllen Green
01:24:09
Is the ADAPT homework system free?
Sheila Lynch
01:24:19
When LibreTexts harvests an existing OER, who ensures that the materials are openly licensed and that items within it are properly attributed?
Bakhtawar Bhadha
01:24:29
Alysse, I don't have the community tab either
Paul Seeburger
01:24:51
Shela, you as the harvester should be sure that the materials you harvest are licensed in a way that is consistent with its import into LibreTexts. It should really allow modification to work well.
Michelle Pilati
01:25:07
Every page should have a license.
Alan Keys
01:25:15
I think Delmar mentioned the Community tab will show when the PC update takes effect in a couple days.
Bakhtawar Bhadha
01:25:28
Thx Alan
Paul Seeburger
01:25:41
Sheila, also the curator(s) of the respective library will likely review the new books to check these things for consistency.
Bakhtawar Bhadha
01:26:16
Please say that again
Buzz Piersol
01:26:18
Is there a reason the words on my side menu are oriented horizontally instead of vertically?
Marjorie Duffy
01:26:31
ctrl+shft+r on Windows
Kim Yee
01:26:32
CTRL+Shift+R?
Bakhtawar Bhadha
01:26:43
THank you
Mong Kon Mo
01:26:48
If you are referring to a “page refresh”, then the shortcut on Macs is Command+R
Buzz Piersol
01:27:15
Oh that did it. Thanks!
Bakhtawar Bhadha
01:27:15
Thank you - now community does show up
Alyse Pittman
01:27:30
Same for me
Michelle Pilati
01:27:41
Yeah!
Buzz Piersol
01:29:40
10:00 am – 10:30 am – Basic LibreTexts Adoption