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Creating A Digital Scholarship Center, Mary Jo Orzech Dec 2018

Creating A Digital Scholarship Center, Mary Jo Orzech

Library Presentations

NY Digital Humanities Symposium Lightning Talk, December 1, 2018, University at Buffalo (http://nydh.org/schedule/).

Planning a digital scholarship center in Drake Memorial Library porvides a tremendous opportunity to enhance the academic library and its services. This session describes the start of a continuing journey that is part of the library’s strategic plan for Scholarly Communications and Special Collections. Library and IT partnering with faculty to identify use cases (e.g., Erie Canal interdisciplinary lab, history and museum studies, nursing, digital humanities, etc.) are critical in developing local champions. A campus grant has been submitted to establish a ...


Scholarly Communication: From Understanding To Engagement, Kim L. Myers, Mary Jo Orzech, Julie M. Oyer May 2017

Scholarly Communication: From Understanding To Engagement, Kim L. Myers, Mary Jo Orzech, Julie M. Oyer

Library Presentations

Presentation given at the 2017 CIT conference reporting on the results of the 2016 Innovation in Instructional Technology Grant.


Getting Started… & Published: A Hands-On Workshop For Librarians, Jennifer Little Kegler Apr 2017

Getting Started… & Published: A Hands-On Workshop For Librarians, Jennifer Little Kegler

Library Presentations

Does the idea of publishing your own material sound exciting, yet intimidating too? Would you like to spend a few hours with someone who once felt that way but successfully turned several projects and ideas into peer-reviewed published articles and book chapters?

Come to this interactive workshop and get inspiration to take your own ideas and research and publish them. Using your regular job duties, interactions with patrons, continuing education opportunities and grant-writing experiences you can generate new ideas for research articles and write about them. Whether you have someone to work with or want to write alone, we will ...


Getting Started In Library Publishing, Kim Myers Nov 2016

Getting Started In Library Publishing, Kim Myers

Library Presentations

Lightning round presentation given at the 2016 NYLA Scholarly Communication Unconference at Saratoga Springs, NY on November 2, 2016.


Professional Writing For Librarians, Jennifer Little Kegler Oct 2015

Professional Writing For Librarians, Jennifer Little Kegler

Library Publications and Presentations

•During this session prospective authors will learn how one librarian wrote and published articles as a sole author, co-author and with a group of authors. Creative opportunities and projects abound in and around the library; the hard part is converting these projects into publishable material. •Discover ways to generate research ideas through regular job duties, patron interactions, coursework, and grants. •Learn how to take ideas and projects and publish them as scholarly articles for library journals. •Bring your own topics and/or drafts, and we will work on them together. •Identify publishing opportunities: both "traditional" journals and open access titles ...