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(Re)Opening Education: Applying The 5 R'S For Open Pedagogy, Sarah Appedu, Mary R. Elmquist Jul 2020

(Re)Opening Education: Applying The 5 R'S For Open Pedagogy, Sarah Appedu, Mary R. Elmquist

All Musselman Library Staff Works

Open Pedagogy allows instructors and students to find creative solutions to the world’s problems and gets everyone involved in the process of putting ideas into action. This presentation encourages librarians use Jhangiani's 5 Rs for Open Pedagogy as a framework for thinking through a variety of pedagogical challenges related to teaching in the present context of COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement.


Data Documentation, Analysis & Statistical Software, Sai Deng, Xiang Zhu Jun 2020

Data Documentation, Analysis & Statistical Software, Sai Deng, Xiang Zhu

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Workshop on data documentation, analysis & statistical software delivered online to the University of Central Florida (UCF)’s graduate students. This workshop is conducted by a Statistician at the College of Medicine and the Metadata Librarian at UCF. It includes five modules which focus on data basics, data documentation, dataset metadata, data analysis and statistical software. The data basics section introduces data, research data and dataset, the need for documenting and preserving research data. The data documentation and dataset metadata sections touch on researchers’ data practices and offer some general recommendations for a researcher’s research lifecycle. They also discuss documenting ...


Accessible, Adaptable, Affordable: How Oer And Low-Cost Materials Can Future-Proof Your Courses, Janelle L. Wertzberger, Mary R. Elmquist, Sarah Appedu Jun 2020

Accessible, Adaptable, Affordable: How Oer And Low-Cost Materials Can Future-Proof Your Courses, Janelle L. Wertzberger, Mary R. Elmquist, Sarah Appedu

All Musselman Library Staff Works

Janelle Wertzberger, Mary Elmquist, Sarah Appendu. Sarah Principato (Environmental Studies), Alecea Standlee (Sociology), Mercedes Valmisa (Philosophy) When COVID-19 caused an emergency pivot to online teaching and learning, students and faculty suddenly needed course materials that were accessible and adaptable in that context. Open educational resources (OER) offer flexibility and resiliency in any mode of instruction, while simultaneously reducing inequities among students. Faculty can employ other strategies to reduce student costs, as well. Hosted by the Musselman Library Scholarly Communications team, this session will include a short presentation, testimonials from faculty who are already teaching with OER and other low-cost materials ...


Queens, Contracts, And Colonialism: A Brief Overview Of Copyright Law In History And Culture, Sarah Appedu Jun 2020

Queens, Contracts, And Colonialism: A Brief Overview Of Copyright Law In History And Culture, Sarah Appedu

All Musselman Library Staff Works

The dominant retelling of the history of copyright, from the invention of the printing press through the modern day, provides context into the economic, political, and social factors that influenced copyright law's influence on American culture. This context helps undergraduate authors orient their scholarship within the larger scholarly communications system so that they can more easily understand the terms of their author agreements and how they fit into the larger culture around copyright. However, the traditional retelling of copyright's history neglects the ways in which copyright served to reinforce social inequalities-- most notably the fact that at the ...


Library Support For Course Materials, Sara Duff, Rich Gause, Sarah A. Norris May 2020

Library Support For Course Materials, Sara Duff, Rich Gause, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Whether you’re teaching online or face-to-face, UCF Libraries provide access to a variety of materials that can support your courses — from journal articles, streaming videos, e-books, and more. But, these materials have a wide variety of access models that are not always evident. In this session, UCF Librarians Sara Duff, Rich Gause, and Sarah Norris will share how to navigate the plethora of resources available to support teaching and learning with a particular emphasis on resources that can be used during remote teaching during emergency circumstances. How to access these materials and ensure they’re accessible by students, as ...


Copyright, Fair Use & Online Teaching During Emergency Circumstances, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause May 2020

Copyright, Fair Use & Online Teaching During Emergency Circumstances, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

The session will provide a bit of information on fair use (exploring the four fair use factors in depth) and other components that will be helpful for faulty as they consider the materials they need when teaching online, especially during the public health crisis related to COVID-19.


Copyright & Fair Use In The Time Of Covid-19, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause Apr 2020

Copyright & Fair Use In The Time Of Covid-19, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This session provides information to library staff and instructional designers about assisting faculty with navigating copyright and fair use during emergency situations, such as the public health crisis related to COVID-19.


Seek And Find: Tips On Exploring Stem Journal Evaluation & Metrics, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris Mar 2020

Seek And Find: Tips On Exploring Stem Journal Evaluation & Metrics, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Presentation & Discussion on journal evaluation and metrics for the UCF Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning Cohort: Writing Your STEM Journal Article in 12 Weeks.


Know Your Rights: A Copyright Discussion For Faculty, Sarah A. Norris Feb 2020

Know Your Rights: A Copyright Discussion For Faculty, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Join the College of Graduate Studies and UCF Libraries for a faculty discussion about copyright. Learn how to better protect your works as an author, determine copyright status, advise students on copyright issues, and increase the impact of your work by utilizing institutional repositories and/or online faculty profiles.


Finding And Evaluating Journals, Terri Gotschall, Sarah A. Norris Jan 2020

Finding And Evaluating Journals, Terri Gotschall, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Presentation for the UCF Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (FCTL) Teaching and Learning Days in Spring 2020.

How do you decide which journals are the best fit for your research? This workshop will discuss a variety of topics to help you navigate the publishing process including publishing goals and criteria to consider when planning where to submit your work for publication. It will explore how to evaluate a journal to ensure that the journal you are considering is one of quality and rigor within your discipline. We will also discuss open access publishing and how to avoid predatory publishers.


Falling Down The Rabbit Hole: Exploring The Unique Partnership Between Subject Librarians And Scholarly Communication, Buenaventura (Ven) Basco, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris Nov 2019

Falling Down The Rabbit Hole: Exploring The Unique Partnership Between Subject Librarians And Scholarly Communication, Buenaventura (Ven) Basco, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Conference Presentation presented at Charleston Conference 2019 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Subject librarians are uniquely poised to facilitate conversations and assistance about scholarly communication topics to faculty and students -- helping make the connections between scholarly communication and discipline-specific research. The University of Central Florida (UCF) Libraries offers a unique intersection between scholarly communication and subject librarians by implementing a robust subject librarian model that includes activities related to scholarly communication and partnering with UCF’s Office of Scholarly Communication to provide support on a variety of topics to the campus community. In particular, this model has been particularly effective with ...


Thoughts On Implementing "Generous Thinking" As A #Scholcomm Librarian, Arthur J. Boston Oct 2019

Thoughts On Implementing "Generous Thinking" As A #Scholcomm Librarian, Arthur J. Boston

Arthur J. Boston

A third year scholarly communication librarian will discuss a reckoning with his professional mission in closing the gap between the work done on the campus and the interests of the community around it. This topic is inspired in large part by Kathleen Fitzpatrick's groundbreaking book, Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University (2019), which argues Universities should reorient themselves toward the public good through more direct engagement with that public and more constructive collaboration within the academy itself. In this presentation, practical steps will be discussed for working toward this goal which can be undertaken by institutions ...


Copyright For Educators: Using Copyrighted Content In The Classroom, Sarah A. Norris Oct 2019

Copyright For Educators: Using Copyrighted Content In The Classroom, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Presentation for KnightEd Talk series on October 8, 2019.

Session Description:

Can you show a movie in class? Can you distribute copies of an article to your students? These are just a few questions that educators face when using copyrighted materials in the classroom. In this presentation, we will discuss copyright basics and explore copyright issues in both the physical and online classroom. The session will include real-world examples and provide attendees with resources they can use to help navigate copyright when teaching.


Transitioning To All Digital Theses Deposits, Todd Bruns Jul 2019

Transitioning To All Digital Theses Deposits, Todd Bruns

Digital Commons+ Great Lakes User Group 2019 Meeting

Eastern Illinois University has utilized a moderated deposit method for incorporating theses into our institutional repository, The Keep: Students deliver print copies of their thesis to the library, which are then scanned, digitized, and uploaded to our catalog and the IR. Over the course of the past six months we have worked toward transitioning to all digital uploading. This discussion presents lessons learned and developed work-arounds that may benefit other institutions moving in the same direction.


Open Access, Sarah A. Norris Jul 2019

Open Access, Sarah A. Norris

Camp COMPASS

No abstract provided.


Copyright, Sarah A. Norris Jul 2019

Copyright, Sarah A. Norris

Camp COMPASS

No abstract provided.


Creating Mail Art & Other Transformative Works: Understanding Copyright & Author Rights, Sarah A. Norris Jul 2019

Creating Mail Art & Other Transformative Works: Understanding Copyright & Author Rights, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

A brief presentation on copyright and author rights considerations when creating mail art and other transformative works that was given during a Mail Art event held at UCF Libraries.


Developing An Effective Research Presence And Promoting Your Work, Amie D. Freeman, Stacy L. Winchester Jul 2019

Developing An Effective Research Presence And Promoting Your Work, Amie D. Freeman, Stacy L. Winchester

Amie Freeman

Join UofSC librarians to discover ways to develop an effective research presence and to promote your scholarship for maximum visibility and impact using ResearchGate, Google Scholar, and other tools. We’ll discuss pre-publication considerations, promotional tools and techniques, and monitoring your research impact.


Copyright And Creative Commons For Course Materials, Amie D. Freeman, Tucker T. Taylor Jul 2019

Copyright And Creative Commons For Course Materials, Amie D. Freeman, Tucker T. Taylor

Amie Freeman

You are likely aware that open educational resources (OER) are free of cost, but did you know that many are also free of most copyright restrictions? Join us as we discuss the use of both copyrighted and openly licensed course materials. We'll cover copyright, licensing, fair use, Creative Commons, and how it all applies to how you use and create teaching resources.


Data Management Plans And Dmptool, Stacy L. Winchester Jul 2019

Data Management Plans And Dmptool, Stacy L. Winchester

Faculty and Staff Publications

Many federal and private funders require a Data Management Plan, or DMP, as part of the grant application process. The University Libraries at the University of South Carolina provide a number of resources and services to faculty and students who need to write plans, including online guides, sample DMPs, and consultations. This presentation, from a workshop titled “Data Management Plans and DMPTool,” walks researchers through the history and components of Data Management Plans and exposes them to available resources, including DMPTool, an online tool that helps researchers write plans that meet specific funder requirements.


Returning From Wonderland, Sarah A. Norris, Christina Wray Jun 2019

Returning From Wonderland, Sarah A. Norris, Christina Wray

Christina C. Wray

Workshop presented as a part of the Alice’s Adventures in Scholarly Conversations week-long event hosted by UCF Libraries.

Workshop summary:

When is a tweet as important as a journal article? Does it matter which journal an article is published in? Are books always better? Join us as we explore how the context in which a scholarly conversation happens can provide important clues about who can be trusted and when you are being hoodwinked. The final clue to Alice’s location will be revealed!


Online Faculty Profiles, Sarah A. Norris Jun 2019

Online Faculty Profiles, Sarah A. Norris

Camp COMPASS

No abstract provided.


Leveraging Your Institution’S Culture Of Research To Strengthen And Promote Your Institutional Repository, Karen Ramsden Jun 2019

Leveraging Your Institution’S Culture Of Research To Strengthen And Promote Your Institutional Repository, Karen Ramsden

Karen Ramsden

As a university’s research status changes, so must the outreach efforts and the mission associated with its institutional repository. This presentation will focus on the current culture of research at Montclair State University,a public research university located in Montclair, New Jersey, and the second largest university in the State, and how an institutional repository has been embedded into that research culture. Three years ago, Montclair State was first recognized as a Research 3 Doctoral university, and, in February of 2019, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education designated Montclair State as a Research 2 Doctoral institution, High ...


Key Stakeholders, Scholarly Activities And Your Institutional Repository: Working Together To Strengthen The Culture Of Research At Your Institution, Karen Ramsden Jun 2019

Key Stakeholders, Scholarly Activities And Your Institutional Repository: Working Together To Strengthen The Culture Of Research At Your Institution, Karen Ramsden

Karen Ramsden

As a university’s research status changes, so must the outreach efforts and the mission associated with its institutional repository. This presentation will focus on the current culture of research at Montclair State University,a public research university located in Montclair, New Jersey, and the second largest university in the State, and how an institutional repository has been embedded into that research culture. Three years ago, Montclair State was first recognized as a Research 3 Doctoral university, and, in February of 2019, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education designated Montclair State as a Research 2 Doctoral institution, High ...


Stars And Selectedworks, Lee Dotson Jun 2019

Stars And Selectedworks, Lee Dotson

Camp COMPASS

No abstract provided.


Dynamic Duos: Interrogating Latin American Curricula Through Faculty-Librarian Partnerships, Jesús Alonso-Regalado, Daniel Arbino, Pamela Espinosa De Los Monteros, Marisol Ramos, Christine Vassallo-Oby, Charles Venator-Santiago, Lisa Voigt May 2019

Dynamic Duos: Interrogating Latin American Curricula Through Faculty-Librarian Partnerships, Jesús Alonso-Regalado, Daniel Arbino, Pamela Espinosa De Los Monteros, Marisol Ramos, Christine Vassallo-Oby, Charles Venator-Santiago, Lisa Voigt

University Libraries Faculty Scholarship

The ever-changing education and information landscape has brought with it an increased focus on teaching pedagogy and curriculum design. In response, Latin American Studies faculty are pursuing creative pedagogical directions and approaches in areas such as digital scholarship and information literacy in partnership with librarians and archivists. This roundtable will explore faculty-librarians practice-based initiatives focusing on issues related to the Global North and South. The uniqueness of this roundtable is that both the teaching faculty and the librarian representing each academic institution will be present. The University at Albany will discuss the redesign of a Latin American, Caribbean, and U ...


Part Of Our Story: Community Building And The Institutional Repository, Patricia Lombardi, Sam Simas May 2019

Part Of Our Story: Community Building And The Institutional Repository, Patricia Lombardi, Sam Simas

Library Staff Publications, Presentations & Journal Articles

Institutional repositories act as hubs of shared cultural memory and heritage and possess untapped potential in their breadth and reach. In an effort to realize this potential, we are activating our institutional repository as a platform to inform the community, both at Bryant and in Rhode Island, of the diverse array of works (archival, creative, and scholarly) produced by our University students, faculty, and staff. During this talk, we will highlight some of the key collections in DigitalCommons@Bryant University, as well as how those collections came into existence. We will give tips that will empower you to open dialogues ...


Developing An Effective Research Presence And Promoting Your Work, Amie D. Freeman, Stacy L. Winchester Apr 2019

Developing An Effective Research Presence And Promoting Your Work, Amie D. Freeman, Stacy L. Winchester

Faculty and Staff Publications

Join UofSC librarians to discover ways to develop an effective research presence and to promote your scholarship for maximum visibility and impact using ResearchGate, Google Scholar, and other tools. We’ll discuss pre-publication considerations, promotional tools and techniques, and monitoring your research impact.


Textbook Affordability Is A Social Justice Issue: How Open Textbooks Are Paving The Way To Equality In Higher Education, Sarah Appedu Mar 2019

Textbook Affordability Is A Social Justice Issue: How Open Textbooks Are Paving The Way To Equality In Higher Education, Sarah Appedu

All Musselman Library Staff Works

Textbook affordability is becoming a bigger and bigger problem for students. Access to textbooks is essential for students to be able to meet their learning needs and have equal opportunity to excel as their peers. Open Textbooks are one response to this issue, but while most library outreach is focused on faculty members, students are an underutilized voice in the open education conversation. This presentation aims to educate students on what open textbooks are, what their limitations are, and how all students can participate in advocating for more affordable course materials.


Open Educational Resources At The University Of Central Florida, Sarah A. Norris Feb 2019

Open Educational Resources At The University Of Central Florida, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This presentation was a part of a panel at the FLVC OER Summit 2019 titled, "Integrating library funded resources into your courses" which included a panelists of Florida librarians.

The presentation highlights an open educational resource created at the University of Central Florida for an English Literature I course.