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Open Educational Resources: Reduce Cost and Enhance Learning

The steady increase in awareness, adoption and creation of open educational resources (OERs) over the past decade demonstrates that faculty and administrators across the globe are concerned about the high cost of textbooks and course materials. Higher education institutions, as well as government organizations, not-for-profits and consortiums, report that OERs

Gutsy, Tenacious, Committed and Compassionate: Sr. Helen Prejean and National Catholic Sisters Week

National Catholic Sisters Week is celebrated March 8-14th, within the larger month-long spotlight of Women’s History Month, and kicked off by International Women’s Day on March 8th.   A 2016 study found that most Americans report positive perceptions of women religious, and a greater number said that their work is

Image showing the title page of Regle et constitutions des Religieuses de l'Ordre de N. Dame du Mont-Carmel, selon la reformation de Saincte Therese: pour les monasteres de son ordre en France, 1626. There is a woodcut of two nuns in prayer.

Saint Vincent’s Reading List: LXXII

Regle et Constitutions Des Religieuses de l’Ordre de N. Dame du Mont-Carmel, selon la reformation de Saincte Therese. Pour les Monasteres de son Ordre en France. A Lyon Chez Jaques Gavdion En rue Merciere, 1626 SpC. 255.97106 D611r 1626 Bref Discours De L’Abnegation Interieure Par Monsiegneur le Cardinal de Berulle, Superieur general

Researching African American History with New Library Resources

February is Black History Month, and the DePaul University Library is excited to introduce new databases for researching African American history. These three new resources contain a wealth of primary source material that documents African American lives and experience. HistoryMakers Digital Archive These oral histories cover a broad scope of

“The First Rainbow Coalition” Documentary is Now Streaming

The First Rainbow Coalition, a new documentary by filmmaker Ray Santisteban, focuses on the 1969 movement in Chicago where “activists from the Black Panthers, Young Lords, and Young Patriots united African Americans, Latinos, and poor whites to confront police brutality and unfair housing practices in one of America’s most segregated