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More Than You Can Be: Unconventional Usage Of An Institutional Repository In Etd Administrative Processes​, Jaime Goldman, Keri Baker Aug 2019

More Than You Can Be: Unconventional Usage Of An Institutional Repository In Etd Administrative Processes​, Jaime Goldman, Keri Baker

Jaime M. Goldman

Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Oceanographic Campus Library has always had a unique challenge in that it is the final clearing house for student capstone, thesis, and dissertation binding and publication. The library has traditionally been the host of the final print publication and the liaison between the student and the bindery. With the launch of NSUWorks, NSU’s institutional repository, 6 years ago, the library worked to develop an innovative and effective start to finish workflow for student Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) to change the physical lifecycle of NSU’s theses and dissertations into a virtual ETD lifecycle ...


More Than You Can Be: Unconventional Usage Of An Institutional Repository In Etd Administrative Processes​, Jaime Goldman, Keri Baker Aug 2019

More Than You Can Be: Unconventional Usage Of An Institutional Repository In Etd Administrative Processes​, Jaime Goldman, Keri Baker

Staff Presentations, Proceedings, Lectures, and Symposia

Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Oceanographic Campus Library has always had a unique challenge in that it is the final clearing house for student capstone, thesis, and dissertation binding and publication. The library has traditionally been the host of the final print publication and the liaison between the student and the bindery. With the launch of NSUWorks, NSU’s institutional repository, 6 years ago, the library worked to develop an innovative and effective start to finish workflow for student Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) to change the physical lifecycle of NSU’s theses and dissertations into a virtual ETD lifecycle ...


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 ...


Gis Examples In Digital Commons, Denise O'Shea Dec 2018

Gis Examples In Digital Commons, Denise O'Shea

Denise O'Shea

In this presentation I provide examples of how institutions are using the bepress Digital Commons platform to include GIS data and maps.


Creating A Digital Theatre Collection, Sarah L. Whybrew Jul 2018

Creating A Digital Theatre Collection, Sarah L. Whybrew

Library Faculty & Staff Scholarship

This presentation documents the project undertaken in 2017-2018 to digitize 60 years of Otterbein University Theatre History and create a web based online special collection in the Institutional Repository. It includes a discussion of how collaboration and partnerships were developed as well as a detailed description of the methods used to manage the project, student workers, and volunteers.


Data And Msu Digital Commons.Pptx, Denise O'Shea Dec 2017

Data And Msu Digital Commons.Pptx, Denise O'Shea

Denise O'Shea

This presentation introduces faculty to the concept of Digital Commons as a data repository.


Getting Started With Digital Commons, Denise O'Shea Dec 2017

Getting Started With Digital Commons, Denise O'Shea

Denise O'Shea

Introduction to Digital Commons (long version)


Engaging Alumni Via The University's Ir, Digital Commons@Otterbein, Sarah L. Whybrew Nov 2017

Engaging Alumni Via The University's Ir, Digital Commons@Otterbein, Sarah L. Whybrew

Library Faculty & Staff Scholarship

The Digital Commons @ Otterbein gives alumni all over the world online access to the University's Digital Archives Collection. It allows them to engage with historical documents, Alumni Newsletters, current faculty research, special collections, and other University Publications.


Preparing Your Digital Commons Metadata To Be Harvested Into The Oai: A Best Practice, Marielle Veve Dec 2015

Preparing Your Digital Commons Metadata To Be Harvested Into The Oai: A Best Practice, Marielle Veve

Marielle Veve

The following presentation offer best practices and guidelines on how to prepare your Digital Commons’ descriptive metadata to be harvested and displayed into the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH).
Attendants will learn how to: 1) customize a metadata upload form in Digital Commons to display specific metadata fields, 2) choose the most appropriate schema to display metadata for particular collections, and 3) map the metadata to the appropriate BePress proprietary schema elements that can display correctly into the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) for harvesting purposes.


Institutional Repositories For Data Management, Michele Gibney Nov 2015

Institutional Repositories For Data Management, Michele Gibney

Michele Gibney

• Introduction to Institutional Repositories (IRs) / NSUWorks • Big Data in IRs • IRs - Options & Examples • DEEPEND Project Demo


Institutional Repositories For Data Management, Michele Gibney Nov 2015

Institutional Repositories For Data Management, Michele Gibney

Staff Presentations, Proceedings, Lectures, and Symposia

• Introduction to Institutional Repositories (IRs) / NSUWorks • Big Data in IRs • IRs - Options & Examples • DEEPEND Project Demo


Get Published In An Academic Journal - And Then Let Everyone Else Know, Susan Berkman, Michele Gibney Oct 2014

Get Published In An Academic Journal - And Then Let Everyone Else Know, Susan Berkman, Michele Gibney

Library Academic Fest for Faculty

Hear how you can find opportunities to publish your research in academic journals using Cabell’s. Learn more about NSUWorks, an open access Institutional Repository that brings all of our faculty’s, students’ and staff’s research publications together and expands the reach of your scholarly communications.


Just In Time! Digital Commons@Georgia Southern Offers A Suite Of Services For The Entire Campus, Debra G. Skinner Apr 2014

Just In Time! Digital Commons@Georgia Southern Offers A Suite Of Services For The Entire Campus, Debra G. Skinner

Debra G. Skinner

This presentation will describe marketing efforts for Georgia Southern’s institutional repository platform and how the library handled demand for repository services such as conference and journal hosting, revised electronic journal and thesis procedures, highlights of faculty research, hosting university procedures and many more services.


Digital Commons And Selected Works At St. Catherine University, Emily Asch Mar 2011

Digital Commons And Selected Works At St. Catherine University, Emily Asch

Library Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Persuasive Arguments For Establishing An Institutional Repository, James M. Donovan, Carol A. Watson Jul 2009

Persuasive Arguments For Establishing An Institutional Repository, James M. Donovan, Carol A. Watson

Presentations

Presents the business case for creating an institutional repository (IR), including a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages with Social Science Research Network (SSRN); offers advice on obtaining faculty buy-in to the project in order to obtain content; reviews copyright right issues involved in depositing published materials into the repository; and suggests ways in which creating a repository can build relationships beyond the institution.


Tapping Utah's Scholarly Works, Cheryl D. Walters, Jeff Belliston, Allyson Mower Apr 2009

Tapping Utah's Scholarly Works, Cheryl D. Walters, Jeff Belliston, Allyson Mower

Cheryl D. Walters

Academic institutions in Utah talk about the institutional repositories (IRs) they have created to provide open access to the intellectual output of their university faculty, staff, and students. Covers platforms (Dspace, CONTENTdm, & Digital Commons), copyright, faculty outreach, collaboration on a statewide IR portal, etc.


Tapping Utah's Scholarly Works, Cheryl D. Walters, Jeff Belliston, Allyson Mower Apr 2009

Tapping Utah's Scholarly Works, Cheryl D. Walters, Jeff Belliston, Allyson Mower

Library Faculty & Staff Publications

Academic institutions in Utah talk about the institutional repositories (IRs) they have created to provide open access to the intellectual output of their university faculty, staff, and students. Covers platforms (Dspace, CONTENTdm, & Digital Commons), copyright, faculty outreach, collaboration on a statewide IR portal, etc.


Working With Your Whole Campus To Create An Institutional Repository, Jane Costanza, Beatrice L. Caraway Nov 2005

Working With Your Whole Campus To Create An Institutional Repository, Jane Costanza, Beatrice L. Caraway

Library Faculty Research

This session demonstrates various uses of an institutional repository: showcasing student work, archiving images from student theatrical productions, scanning and archiving the student newspaper, and providing campus-wide access to the university s policies, for example. Such projects respond to and shape the changing role of paraprofessionals in the library, but success requires collaboration with other campus units.


Digital Commons: Starting An Institutional Repository At A Small University, Christopher W. Nolan Aug 2005

Digital Commons: Starting An Institutional Repository At A Small University, Christopher W. Nolan

Library Faculty Research

No abstract provided.