Dillon, Hutton, and Longman present at Creative Commons Global Summit

Brian Dillon (Linguistics), Sara Hutton (UMass Libraries), and Carly Longman (BA Linguistics, 2021) presented their work on scientific communication in linguistics at the Creative Commons Global Summit on Tuesday 9/21. Their session was entitled ‘Language in the Public Sphere: Teaching Linguistics Concepts to Community Members with Open Student Scholarship,’ and focused on a collaboration between Sarah Hutton and LINGUIST305 in Spring 2021 to develop a novel, Open Education Resource-oriented approach to scholarship and scientific communication in LINGUIST305. The session discussed the approach taken in LINGUIST305, and featured published open scholarship by Carly Longman, a recent graduate of the BA program, on revitalization efforts on the Wichita language.