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A Study Of Search Practices In Doctoral Student Scholarly Workflows, Sharon Favaro Ince Dec 2017

A Study Of Search Practices In Doctoral Student Scholarly Workflows, Sharon Favaro Ince

Sharon Favaro Ince, M.L.I.S, M.A.

No abstract provided.


No Boundaries: Creating Open Access Repositories For Academic Institutions, Keri Baker Nov 2017

No Boundaries: Creating Open Access Repositories For Academic Institutions, Keri Baker

Keri Baker

To support and celebrate Nova Southeastern University’s 50th Anniversary, The NSU Libraries piloted a campus wide project to develop an institution-wide Open Access Repository called NSU Works. NSU’s Oceanographic Center (OC) was one of two colleges within the University System asked to participate in the pilot phase of the project. Participation in this phase included establishing hierarchical structures for the collections, adding metadata (in all formats), troubleshooting, and marketing to the OC community. This presentation serves to provide information on this pilot project, identifying the steps required to start an institutional repository at an academic institution, giving a ...


The Flow Of Information .Jpg, Kate Langan Jan 2017

The Flow Of Information .Jpg, Kate Langan

Kate Langan

The flow of information infographic.


Loving Your Research Plan, Kate Langan Dec 2016

Loving Your Research Plan, Kate Langan

Kate Langan

No abstract provided.


Research Plan Infographic, Kate Langan Dec 2016

Research Plan Infographic, Kate Langan

Kate Langan

No abstract provided.


Enhancing Scholarly Visibility Using An Institutional Repository As A Springboard For Scholarly Profiles In A Multi-Hospital Health Care System, Jennifer Deal, Brenda Fay, Deb Simpson, Dave Stout Oct 2016

Enhancing Scholarly Visibility Using An Institutional Repository As A Springboard For Scholarly Profiles In A Multi-Hospital Health Care System, Jennifer Deal, Brenda Fay, Deb Simpson, Dave Stout

Jennifer Deal, MA, MLIS

In 2014 Aurora Health Care (AHC) Libraries licensed Digital Commons to act as our Institutional Repository (IR) including supporting am open‐source journal clinical journal. To optimize and integrate the repository’s full functionality AHC librarians explored ways use the Digital Commons to meet institution needs including increasing the visibility of the scholarly activities emerging from our medical education and research programs. In 2016 we licensed SelectedWorks ‐ a module that allows for creation of scholarly profiles and piggybacks off Digital Commons to integrate content with the strong education and research stakeholder support. These groups identified and have now implemented SelectedWorks ...


Enhancing Scholarly Visibility Using An Institutional Repository As A Springboard For Scholarly Profiles In A Multi-Hospital Health Care System, Jennifer Deal, Brenda Fay, Deb Simpson, Dave Stout Oct 2016

Enhancing Scholarly Visibility Using An Institutional Repository As A Springboard For Scholarly Profiles In A Multi-Hospital Health Care System, Jennifer Deal, Brenda Fay, Deb Simpson, Dave Stout

Dave Stout

In 2014 Aurora Health Care (AHC) Libraries licensed Digital Commons to act as our Institutional Repository (IR) including supporting am open‐source journal clinical journal. To optimize and integrate the repository’s full functionality AHC librarians explored ways use the Digital Commons to meet institution needs including increasing the visibility of the scholarly activities emerging from our medical education and research programs. In 2016 we licensed SelectedWorks ‐ a module that allows for creation of scholarly profiles and piggybacks off Digital Commons to integrate content with the strong education and research stakeholder support. These groups identified and have now implemented SelectedWorks ...


Growing Our Vision Together: A Sustainability Community Within The American Library Association, Madeleine K. Charney, Bonnie J. Smith, Beth Filar Williams Jul 2016

Growing Our Vision Together: A Sustainability Community Within The American Library Association, Madeleine K. Charney, Bonnie J. Smith, Beth Filar Williams

Madeleine K. Charney

A rich and colorful tapestry of innovative library practices, services, and engagement emerged in response to the economic, social and environmental dynamics of the 21st century, not least of which the explosion of technology, economic crises, and a growing environmental imperative driven by climate instability. In a world struggling for sustainability, libraries continue to critically evolve in order to celebrate their communities' successes and support them through hardships. Library associations bring together professionals to co-create solutions, share expertise, and bolster resilience through learning and community building. This poster reports on the formation of the American Library Association (ALA) Sustainability Round ...


Research Lifecycle, Sarah Wipperman Feb 2016

Research Lifecycle, Sarah Wipperman

Sarah Wipperman

Graphic demonstrating the research lifecycle.


Finding And Using Sources, Vera J. Lux Dec 2015

Finding And Using Sources, Vera J. Lux

Vera J Lux

No abstract provided.


Mla Chapter Council Presents Sharing Roundtables: A New Look, April J. Schweikhard Apr 2015

Mla Chapter Council Presents Sharing Roundtables: A New Look, April J. Schweikhard

April Schweikhard

No abstract provided.


London Low Life, Jeremy Beneteau, Robert Fletcher, Dayne Lesperance, Omo Oleko, Michael Robinson, Matthew Zahorak Apr 2015

London Low Life, Jeremy Beneteau, Robert Fletcher, Dayne Lesperance, Omo Oleko, Michael Robinson, Matthew Zahorak

Robert P. Fletcher

Publisher's Description: Colour digital images of rare books, ephemera, maps and other materials relating to 18th, 19th and early 20th century London. It is designed for both teaching and study, from undergraduate to research students and beyond. In addition to the digital documents, London Low Life contains a wealth of secondary resources, including a chronology, interactive maps, essays, online galleries and links to other useful websites. This collection brings to life the teeming streets of Victorian London, inviting students and scholars to explore the gin palaces, brothels and East End slums of the nineteenth century's greatest city. From ...


Promoting Open Access @ Your Library, Susan M. Anderson, Matthew Shaw, Tina Baich, Elizabeth Whipple, Cheri Smith, Shayna Beth Pekala, Franny Gaede, David Scherer, Bradford Lee Eden Jan 2015

Promoting Open Access @ Your Library, Susan M. Anderson, Matthew Shaw, Tina Baich, Elizabeth Whipple, Cheri Smith, Shayna Beth Pekala, Franny Gaede, David Scherer, Bradford Lee Eden

Susan M. Anderson

Every year during “Open Access Week” libraries throughout the world participate in a wide variety of activities to promote awareness of Open Access and the benefits of Open Access publishing. This poster, created by members of the Academic Libraries of Indiana Scholarly Communications Committee, will highlight some of the activities that have been hosted by a variety of libraries across the state. The goal is to help libraries develop ideas for their own Open Access activities. The goal of the Open Access movement is to make results of scholarly research freely and immediately available to all people worldwide. Free access ...


Clemson Digital Initiatives, Digitization Authority Metro, Joshua Morgan Sep 2014

Clemson Digital Initiatives, Digitization Authority Metro, Joshua Morgan

Joshua Morgan

No abstract provided.


Modern Islamic Science, Kirstin Duffin Aug 2014

Modern Islamic Science, Kirstin Duffin

Kirstin Duffin

Science in the Islamic world thrived from the 9th to 13th centuries, with Islamic scientists making signicant contributions to the elds of astronomy, mathematics, optics, medicine, pharmacology and technology. e discipline is seeing a revival in some contemporary Islamic nations due to renewed government interest and the construction of science and technology research centers.


Show Entry: A Haunted House, Todd Bruns Aug 2014

Show Entry: A Haunted House, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

A Haunted House by Todd Bruns was an entry in the 2014 Edible Book Festival. Todd has participated in Edible Book since 2011 and has had numerous entries, including A Clockwork Orange (2011), Out of Egypt and Peepshow (2012), and Ghost Story and Hot Tub Bear (2013).


Show Entry: A Million Little Pieces, Todd Bruns Aug 2014

Show Entry: A Million Little Pieces, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

A Million Little Pieces by Todd Bruns was an entry in the 2014 Edible Book Festival.


Core Resources Of International Health Researchers: An Analysis Of Citations In Major International Health Journals, Young-Joo Lee Apr 2014

Core Resources Of International Health Researchers: An Analysis Of Citations In Major International Health Journals, Young-Joo Lee

Young-Joo Lee

Analysis of citation pattern of public heath research literature


Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, Todd Bruns Oct 2013

Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

In tandem with the first Booth Library Edible Book Festival, this exhibit introduces the viewer to Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, the inspiration for the International Edible Book Festival. Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826) is most famous for his book Physiologie du goût, a witty meditation on food. Physiologie du goût has never been out of print since it was first published. Among Brillat-Savarin's bon mots are "Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are" (now used in the TV series 'Iron Chef'). Brillat-Savarin was also one of the first persons to identify high sugar content foods as contributors to ...


Entry: A Sand County Almanac, Kirstin Duffin Sep 2013

Entry: A Sand County Almanac, Kirstin Duffin

Kirstin Duffin

No abstract provided.


National Preservation Week - Pass It On, 2012, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Jerry Lund Jul 2013

National Preservation Week - Pass It On, 2012, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Jerry Lund

Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

This poster is part of the “Fogler Celebrates” series and is one of a series recognizing National Preservation Week.


Get Beneath The Surface - Inquiry Integrity Insight, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Jerry Lund Jul 2013

Get Beneath The Surface - Inquiry Integrity Insight, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Jerry Lund

Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

Get beneath the Surface is part of the “Inquiry – Integrity – Insight” (i3 Campaign) poster series. The i3 Campaign's goal is to answer the questions: What is a library? Why is a library special? What do libraries provide that other information outlets do not?


2005 Library Career Reception/Alana Dinner, Madeleine Charney Jun 2013

2005 Library Career Reception/Alana Dinner, Madeleine Charney

Madeleine K. Charney

The Libraries’ Community, Diversity, and Social Justice Committee (CDSJ) will host the 4th annual ALANA Library Career Reception on Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. in the Learning Commons at the Du Bois Library. “Me, a Librarian?” is an information session that is aimed at informing minority students of the opportunities available to them in the field of librarianship. The keynote speaker will be Tracie Hall, director of the American Library Association Office for Diversity. Before coming to ALA, Hall worked as manager and community librarian of the Albany branch of the Hartford Public Library and as ...


Children's Book Theme: Hot Tub Bear (Detail), Todd Bruns Jun 2013

Children's Book Theme: Hot Tub Bear (Detail), Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

A close-up of Todd Bruns' entry Hot Tub Bear.


Family Entry: Ghost Story, Todd Bruns, Kai Hung Jun 2013

Family Entry: Ghost Story, Todd Bruns, Kai Hung

Todd A. Bruns

Ghost Story by Todd Bruns & Kai Hung was a Family Entry in the 2013 Edible Book Festival. Mr. Bruns is the Edible Book Festival organizer at Booth Library. Mr. Hung received an Honorable Mention for his other entry The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and previously won an Honorable Mention in 2011 for his entry House of Cards.


Category: Student Entry: Chicks'n Chained Males, Micah Hamilton, Todd Bruns Jun 2013

Category: Student Entry: Chicks'n Chained Males, Micah Hamilton, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

Chicks'n Chained Males by Micah Hamilton & Todd Bruns was a Student Entry in the 2013 Edible Book Festival. This entry is one of two (the other being Family Entry Best In Show winner Chicks Ahoy! by Sarah & Mark Johnson) that is based on a book by Esther Friesner.


Peepshow, Todd Bruns Jun 2013

Peepshow, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

No abstract provided.


Children's Book Theme: Hot Tub Bear, Todd Bruns Jun 2013

Children's Book Theme: Hot Tub Bear, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

Hot Tub Bear by Todd Bruns was a Children's Book Theme entry in the 2013 Edible Book Festival. Mr. Bruns also entered Ghost Story (with Kai Hung) and Chicks'n Chained Males (with Micah Hamilton). In previous years Mr. Bruns has entered Out of Egypt (2012), Peepshow (2012), and A Clockwork Orange (2011). Mr. Bruns has been the event organizer of the Edible Book Festival at Booth Library since 2011.


“Because I’M Good Enough. I’M Smart Enough And Doggone It, People Like Me!”: Identifying And Overcoming Impostor Phenomenon In Library Managers, Elizabeth Martin Apr 2013

“Because I’M Good Enough. I’M Smart Enough And Doggone It, People Like Me!”: Identifying And Overcoming Impostor Phenomenon In Library Managers, Elizabeth Martin

Elizabeth Martin

This poster presentation will reflect my research prospectus on the topic of Impostor Phenomenon (IP) in academic library managers and administrators. The poster will give an overview of IP and the literature found on the topic. It will demonstrate that while this topic is discussed and written about in other fields of higher education, there has been, up to this point, no mention of it as it relates to library management. The poster’s purpose is to explore whether IP is commonly found among library managers and administrators, as it is in other fields in higher education. Additionally, the poster ...


Entry: A Clockwork Orange, Todd Bruns Jan 2012

Entry: A Clockwork Orange, Todd Bruns

Todd A. Bruns

No abstract provided.