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The Scholarly Communication Cycle, Margaret Phillips, Dave Zwicky, Aly Edmondson Jan 2019

The Scholarly Communication Cycle, Margaret Phillips, Dave Zwicky, Aly Edmondson

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This image illustrates the modern scholarly information landscape, as a reflection of discovery, knowledge, and time. The image provides examples of publication types and dissemination outlets at various stages of the scholarly communication cycle and is not intended to be all inclusive.


Searching As Strategic Exploration Building Block Activity, Bethany S. Mcgowan Dec 2018

Searching As Strategic Exploration Building Block Activity, Bethany S. Mcgowan

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Presented as part of an ACRL-Choice webinar, "Librarians Adopt New Role Improving STEM Education via Active Learning", on November 29, 2018. Directions and template for a student-centered learning activity that supports students in developing a search strategy. Original recording available at: http://www.choice360.org/librarianship/webinars/improve-stem-via-active-learning


Organize Your Files Handout, Sandi Caldrone Nov 2018

Organize Your Files Handout, Sandi Caldrone

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Designed for undergraduates but applicable for anyone, this handout consolidates file organization best practices from a variety of Purdue Library Guides. Page one includes tips for organizing coursework and file naming convention guidelines in a simple, easy-to-read format. Page two includes a template for file directory organization, and an exercise for students to create their own directory structure. These file organization guidelines are also intended as an introduction to the foundational principles of data management.


The Controversial F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: America's Most Expensive Weapons System And Its Global Impact, Bert Chapman Apr 2018

The Controversial F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: America's Most Expensive Weapons System And Its Global Impact, Bert Chapman

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Provides an overview on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program involving the U.S. and many allied countries. Describes the costs of this program, the technical problems it has experienced, its economic impact on the U.S. and allied countries, the JSF's operational capabilities, potential combat scenarios in which it could be used, and the campaign finance impact aerospace companies and unions have in the electoral process.


Deciding Where To Publish Or Present Your Work, Dave Zwicky, Margaret L. Phillips Mar 2018

Deciding Where To Publish Or Present Your Work, Dave Zwicky, Margaret L. Phillips

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Are you having trouble choosing the best place to publish or present your work? Which publications have the biggest impact? This workshop will provide a general overview of factors to consider when choosing venues to publish and present. We will include a discussion of available tools and resources you can use to gather information and make informed decisions.


Purdue Data Orientation Checklist: An Archival Approach For Data Users, Carly Dearborn Jan 2017

Purdue Data Orientation Checklist: An Archival Approach For Data Users, Carly Dearborn

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The Data Orientation Checklist is intended to help a data user navigate an unfamiliar dataset, research material or digital collection. Whether joining a new research lab or downloading data from a public repository, navigating new data can be confusing and frustrating. This checklist was developed from the perspective of an archivist working with research data and borrows best practices from archival processing and research.

Archivists at Purdue University Libraries have been working with data curation initiatives since the mid-2000s. Early in the Libraries’ work with managing research data, Dean of Libraries James Mullins saw the value of archivists’ knowledge in ...


Purdue Data Reuse Checklist: An Archival Approach For Data Producers, Carly Dearborn Jan 2017

Purdue Data Reuse Checklist: An Archival Approach For Data Producers, Carly Dearborn

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The Data Reuse Checklist is intended to help a data producer verify their research data is well-described and read for reuse by a third party. It was developed from the perspective of an archivist working with research data and borrows best practices from archival processing and research.

Archivists at Purdue University Libraries have been working with data curation initiatives since the mid-2000s. Early in the Libraries’ work with managing research data, Dean of Libraries James Mullins saw the value of archivists’ knowledge in areas such as raw “data” collection, sensitive or personal information management, and defining user groups. Mullins brought ...


Patents Information Literacy Engineering Technology Session Materials, Margaret Phillips, Dave Zwicky Jan 2017

Patents Information Literacy Engineering Technology Session Materials, Margaret Phillips, Dave Zwicky

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This file contains the following materials developed to support a patents information literacy session in the mechanical engineering technology undergraduate curricula: pre-class exercise, in-class exercise, lesson plan, and pre/post session assessments.


Worksheet From Pod Interactive Session - Shaping Deep Learning Through Rich Engagement With Information, Clarence Maybee, Michael Flierl Nov 2016

Worksheet From Pod Interactive Session - Shaping Deep Learning Through Rich Engagement With Information, Clarence Maybee, Michael Flierl

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This worksheet was used with participants of an interactive session at the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) conference held in Louisville, KY, November 9 -13, 2016.


Navigating Business Resources Using Concept Maps, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr Jan 2016

Navigating Business Resources Using Concept Maps, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr

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Poster was presented at the Business & Finance Division Poster Session at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA, 2016. Focus of the poster is on the use of web-based concept maps to visualize and assist on the selection of business databases.


Competitive Intelligence For Mba Students: Credit Courses, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr Jan 2016

Competitive Intelligence For Mba Students: Credit Courses, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr

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Poster was presented at the Business & Finance Division Poster Session at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA, 2016. Focus of the poster is on the credit-level courses taught by Prof Hal Kirkwood to MBA students in the Krannert Graduate School of Management on the topics of international business research and an introduction to competitive intelligence.


Survey Protocols To Investigate The Information Habits And Needs Of Engineering And Engineering Technology Students And Practicing Engineers, Margaret Phillips, Michael Fosmire, Kristin Petersheim, Laura Turner Jan 2016

Survey Protocols To Investigate The Information Habits And Needs Of Engineering And Engineering Technology Students And Practicing Engineers, Margaret Phillips, Michael Fosmire, Kristin Petersheim, Laura Turner

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This .pdf document contains two survey protocols created in 2016 to study the information literacy experiences and needs of undergraduate engineering and technology students and practicing engineers.


Chinese, Russian, And U.S. Space Warfare And Defense Developments, Bert Chapman Apr 2015

Chinese, Russian, And U.S. Space Warfare And Defense Developments, Bert Chapman

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Provides information on the historical development and evolution of Chinese, Russian, and U.S. military space programs from 1985-2015. Places particular emphasis on the multiple U.S. Government agencies involved in military space programs.


Using Historic Maps From The Congressional Serial Set And Nineteenth Century Collections Online, Bert Chapman Feb 2015

Using Historic Maps From The Congressional Serial Set And Nineteenth Century Collections Online, Bert Chapman

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Historic maps can be used to document all kinds of history: political, military, economic, business, scientific, religious, cultural, genealogy, diplomatic etc. Databases such as ProQuest Congressional and Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO) offer many ways to help users study the past through maps.


Purdue Libraries Graduate Student Services Task Force, Nastasha E. Johnson, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Pete Pascuzzi, Judith M. Nixon, Benjamin D. Branch, Maribeth Slebodnik, David Scherer, Lisa Zillinski Jul 2014

Purdue Libraries Graduate Student Services Task Force, Nastasha E. Johnson, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Pete Pascuzzi, Judith M. Nixon, Benjamin D. Branch, Maribeth Slebodnik, David Scherer, Lisa Zillinski

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This is a findings report generated by a Purdue University Libraries Learning Council Task Force on graduate student services.


Collection Development In The Context Of Research Data, Michael Witt, Courtney Earl Matthews, Nastasha Johnson, Amy Barton, Charlotte Erdmann, Marianne Stowell Bracke Jun 2014

Collection Development In The Context Of Research Data, Michael Witt, Courtney Earl Matthews, Nastasha Johnson, Amy Barton, Charlotte Erdmann, Marianne Stowell Bracke

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This presentation was given to subject specialist librarians at Purdue University to engage the topic of research data in the context of collection development. The Purdue University Research Repository (PURR, http://purr.purdue.edu) creates opportunities for librarians to interact with researchers, including email notifications when a project is created, when a grant is awarded, and when a dataset is submitted for publication. Next, three subject specialist librarians from Agriculture, Engineering, and Mathematics each shared recent examples of their experiences in working with researchers to acquire new data collections for PURR. Lastly, a discussion of library science principles was facilitated ...


Applied Dmp Consultation Workshop, Lisa Zilinski Aug 2013

Applied Dmp Consultation Workshop, Lisa Zilinski

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This workshop allowed participants to work through a data management plan consultation, using a real world example. The workshop covered data management plans (DMPs), described in detail the areas that are typically included in a DMP, and utilized tools and resources to help support a DMP consultation with disciplinary faculty.


Reconceptualizing And Renovating An Academic Business Library: The Parrish Library Of Management & Economics, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Tomalee Doan Jan 2012

Reconceptualizing And Renovating An Academic Business Library: The Parrish Library Of Management & Economics, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Tomalee Doan

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Poster was presented at the International Internet Librarian Conference, 2012. Focus of the poster is an overview and timeline of the Parrish Library Renovation.


Problem-Based Learning And Learning Assessment In Information Strategies For Htm Students, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr Jan 2011

Problem-Based Learning And Learning Assessment In Information Strategies For Htm Students, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr

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Poster was presented at the Purdue Libraries One Book Higher Poster Session. Focus of the poster is on the use of problem-based assignments to create a more real-world experience in utilizing business information resources.


Purdue Libraries In Second Life, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Monica Kirkwood, Victoria Thomas Jan 2011

Purdue Libraries In Second Life, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Monica Kirkwood, Victoria Thomas

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Poster was presented at the Purdue Libraries One Book Higher Poster Session. Focus is on the activities and experimentation within the virtual world Second Life by the Purdue Libraries. Key projects were the virtual presentation of Amelia Earhart photographs and a simulation in a restaurant setting for hospitality & tourism management research.


Information Literacy, Changing Spaces, & Changing Perceptions, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr Jan 2010

Information Literacy, Changing Spaces, & Changing Perceptions, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr

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Poster presented at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference in Denver Colorado. Focus of the poster is on the development of a new instruction lab as part of the Parrish Library renovation; an overview of the development of information literacy at Purdue University, and business information literacy activities and courses within the Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics. Presented with Kelly Evans, Eastern Washington University.