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Collection Overview

The Instructional Materials digital collection includes Open Educational Resources authored by AUC instructors, including syllabi, lecture recordings and notes, exams, and course packets.

Benefits of Open Access

Publishing in Open Access repositories, such as DAR, offers a number of valuable benefits for students, faculty, and staff:

  1. 1. Increased citation of your work
  2. 2. Improved ranking and visibility in search engines
  3. 3. Persistent URLs so others can link to your work
  4. 4. Preservation of your work for future generations

For more information, visit the Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook. If you would like to submit published works, check your publisher's copyright policies at SHERPA/RoMEO.

Although we advocate Open Access, you may restrict access to your research housed in DAR for 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, or forever.

Submission Guidelines

To upload content to this collection, log in with your AUC email username and password using the link at the top of the page. Find the link Submissions listed under My Account, and start a new submission. When prompted, select Instructional Materials as the collection to which you would like to submit your work, and follow the instructions on the screen. You will be notified when your submission has been approved.

Copyright

Authors retain all rights with regard to copyright.

Recent Submissions

  • El Dirini, Alaa (2016-12-18)
    This interviewing project is the second part in a series of interviews for my final audio documentary produced for my Audio Production course.
  • El Dirini, Alaa (2016-12-18)
    This audio documentary is about drug use and abuse in Egypt, mainly Cairo. It briefly discusses aspects of history, culture, and social norms regarding the use of different types of drugs in Egyptian society. This topic ...
  • El Dirini, Alaa (2016-12-18)
    Final audio documentary script
  • Hassanien, Mariam (2016-12-18)
    This one of the interviews included in My Audio documnentary. Greek Egyptian Christina Farid discussing what it is like being Half Greek.
  • Hassanien, Mariam (2016-12-18)
    This interview is for my final documentary for my audio production class. Angeliki Ckoumpi is a teacher at the Greek culture center who preferred to live in Cairo after spending the last 10 years in Athens.