Tim Robbins Interview Published as Book Chapter

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November 30, 2019

Graceland University Assistant Professor of English Tim Robbins’s, PhD

Graceland University Assistant Professor of English Tim Robbins, PhD, was interviewed by Donna Langille, the Community Engagement Librarian at University of British Columbia-Okanagan, about his work as lead editor of the Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature, and the interview was recently published as “The Collective Work of Collected Works” in Rebus Community Reports: Insights from OER Project Leads. The Open Anthology is an ongoing student-authored project in Robbins’ Literature of the Early Americas course at Graceland. This research in open education informed Robbins’ recent Graceland innovation committee talk on open educational resources (OER), which he co-presented with Frederick Madison Smith Library Interim Director Sabrina Davis and Student Support Services Academic Success Coach Leslie Robinson. That presentation is now available in video and slideshow formats.

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