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Oer Plug And Play: De-Mystifying Oer For Faculty Using Brightspace , Morgan Briles Mar 2021

Oer Plug And Play: De-Mystifying Oer For Faculty Using Brightspace , Morgan Briles

Librarian and Staff Presentations

This presentation will show faculty how to apply the OER Plug and Play strategy to their own campus OER outreach efforts. It will also demonstrate to faculty how to utilize OER and other no cost resources in a learning management system.


The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: Open Access, And Predatory Publishers, R Philip Reynolds Apr 2019

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: Open Access, And Predatory Publishers, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

Presentation to help librarians and faculty to identify the warning signs of predatory publishers. Examples of emails from predatory publishers are included.


A Wolf In Sheep’S Clothing: Open Access, And Predatory Publishers, R Philip Reynolds Mar 2019

A Wolf In Sheep’S Clothing: Open Access, And Predatory Publishers, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

Presentation providing information on how to identify predatory publishers. This in turn can help librarians to educate and answers questions about predatory publishers and distinguish them from legitimate open access publishers.


A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing; Open Access, And Predatory Journals, R Philip Reynolds Apr 2018

A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing; Open Access, And Predatory Journals, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

A one hour workshop on predatory publishers presented to the faculty of Stephen F. Austin State University.


Digital Preservation And Access Of Natural Resources Documents, David Kulhavy, R Philip Reynolds, Daniel Unger, Steven H. Bullard, Matthew W. Mcbroom Jan 2017

Digital Preservation And Access Of Natural Resources Documents, David Kulhavy, R Philip Reynolds, Daniel Unger, Steven H. Bullard, Matthew W. Mcbroom

Faculty Publications

Digitization and preservation of natural resource documents were reviewed and the current status of digitization presented for a North American university. It is important to present the status of the digitation process for natural resources and to advocate for increased collections of digital material for ease of reference and exchange of information. Digital collections need to include both published documents and ancillary material for research projects and data for future use and interpretation. The methods in this paper can be applied to other natural resource collections increasing their use and distribution. The process of decision making for documents and their …


Helping Fledgling Journals Leave The Nest, R Philip Reynolds May 2016

Helping Fledgling Journals Leave The Nest, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

No abstract provided.


Helping Fledgling Journals Leave The Nest: Library As Publisher Support For Launching New Journals, R Philip Reynolds Apr 2016

Helping Fledgling Journals Leave The Nest: Library As Publisher Support For Launching New Journals, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

No abstract provided.


Repository Reboot, Ann Ellis, Ashley M. Thompson Jan 2015

Repository Reboot, Ann Ellis, Ashley M. Thompson

Librarian and Staff Presentations

The presentation outlines the constraints on Stephen F. Austin State University Library's original repository and the work completed by staff members of the Center for Digital Scholarship to ensure the repository's future success for our campus.


Elements Of Successful Online Journal Publishing, Dillon Wackerman, R Philip Reynolds Jan 2015

Elements Of Successful Online Journal Publishing, Dillon Wackerman, R Philip Reynolds

Librarian and Staff Presentations

At the Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU), we have discovered that there are many complex details to launching a successful online journal-publishing program. In our lead role at SFASU, we have streamlined implementation to make this a relatively straightforward process for the journal managers and editors.

Most of the journal editors with whom we currently work are experienced authors and reviewers, but they rely upon us to assist them with the design, implementation and editorial processes. Following this, we have found it beneficial to provide comprehensive and personalized customer support and training. Some …


Using Scholarworks To Capture Forest Entomology And Forestry History, Dillon Wackerman Jan 2015

Using Scholarworks To Capture Forest Entomology And Forestry History, Dillon Wackerman

Librarian and Staff Presentations

The Center for Digital Scholarship at Stephen F. Austin State University has worked with the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, and in particular professor David Kulhavy, to digitize and publish online in SFA ScholarWorks the college's scholarly work and history. The latest development from this relationship can be seen in the creation of the East Texas Forest Entomology Seminar event page in SFA ScholarWorks, which documents the seminar's proceedings and history.


Repositories: Models & Images, R Philip Reynolds, Dillon Wackerman Jan 2014

Repositories: Models & Images, R Philip Reynolds, Dillon Wackerman

Librarian and Staff Presentations

Digital repositories most often collect traditional materials, such as theses, articles and images that do not require unique workflows or practices. While these types of items are common, repositories can also expect to encounter non-traditional materials that can challenge the knowledge and experience of the repository manager. Whether because of new file formats, visual effects or certain aspects of performance art, there are certain items that require unique expertise and innovative design. These can include items such as 3D models, embeddable media, student exhibits and other unique works. As librarians, we should actively solicit these materials in order to more …