Contents

  1. About JustPublics@365

  2. Who We Are

  3. I. Main Body

    1. 1. Introduction

  4. II. Part I. How Higher Education is Changing in the 21st Century

    1. 2. Scholarly Life Transformed by Digital Media

    2. 3. The Unhappy Divorce of Journalism and the Social Sciences

    3. 4. Roundup of Responses to Kristof's Call for Professors in the Public Sphere

    4. 5. Research Without Borders

    5. 6. FutureEd Discussion Recap

    6. 7. FutureEd Recap: Neoliberalism and Higher Ed

    7. 8. Cathy N. Davidson Visiting In-Person for Lunchtime Discussion of #FutureEd

    8. 9. FutureEd Recap: Unlearning

    9. 10. FutureEd Recap: the Test

    10. 11. FutureEd Recap: The Final Noontime Conversation for Now

  5. III. Part II. Open Access Publishing: The Key to Scholarly Communication in the Public Sphere

    1. 12. Open Access Publishing: Promise and Uncertainties

    2. 13. Information Sharing as a Common Good

    3. 14. FutureEd Needs Open Access Publishing

    4. 15. Unlearning Restrictions Culture

    5. 16. Open Education Resources Work for Faculty and Students

    6. 17. Getting Academic Research into the Public Sphere: The Rundown on Repositories

    7. 18. Tarnished Gold: The Tale of Bohannon, DOAJ, and the Predators

  6. IV. Part III. Documentary in the Digital Age: Joining Art, Activism and Scholarship

    1. 19. Documentaries: Social Justice Storytelling

    2. 20. Teaching and Learning with Documentaries in the Digital Era

    3. 21. Special Interview with Documentary Filmmaker Dawn Porter

    4. 22. GIDEON'S ARMY Receives Prestigious Ridenhour Documentary Film Prize

    5. 23. Cara Mertes on the Impact of Documentary

    6. 24. American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs

  7. V. Part IV. Making a Difference, Measuring Impact

    1. 25. Scholarly Impact: Measurement, Resistance and Human Need

    2. 26. Transactional and Transformational Measures of Impact

    3. 27. Creating Change with Storytelling

    4. 28. Reach, Impact and Scholarly Communication Now

  8. Conclusion