Apps To Help Organize Your Research Life, 2019 University of Central Florida
Apps To Help Organize Your Research Life, Sandy Avila
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works
Do you ever wonder if there is a great app out there that you are missing out on? Need help staying organized, taking notes, or need a better way to communicate with classmates over shared projects? Well look no further as this session will introduce helpful and important apps that all grad students should love and use! We will cover organization, project management, time management, reference, research, and finance apps that will keep you at your best while you are in grad school and beyond. Please bring your mobile device or laptop as we test drive the apps during the ...
Relieving Library Anxiety: The Application Of Relationship Marketing To Libraries, 2019 Liberty University
Relieving Library Anxiety: The Application Of Relationship Marketing To Libraries, Cynthia Schmidt, Joshua Waltman
Open Education Resources (Oer), 2019 Selected Works
Open Education Resources (Oer), Michele Gibney
Data Management Planning: Two Very Important Pages, 2019 Selected Works
Data Management Planning: Two Very Important Pages, Michele Gibney
Open Textbooks: Access, Affordability, And Academic Success, 2019 Gettysburg College
Open Textbooks: Access, Affordability, And Academic Success, Janelle L. Wertzberger
Musselman Library Staff Publications
This session will give Gettysburg College faculty a chance to learn more about open textbooks and how to discover options that might work for the courses you teach. Open textbooks can help alleviate the burden of textbook costs for students and provide faculty with content that can be customized for their course. Open textbooks are full, real textbooks, used by many faculty across the country, and licensed to be freely used, edited, and distributed. After the workshop, participants will be invited to write a short review of an open textbook they might assign in a course (please note: open textbooks ...
University Libraries Co-Curricular Outreach Plan July 2017 – June 2019, 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University Libraries Co-Curricular Outreach Plan July 2017 – June 2019, Rosan Mitola
Instruction Session and Workshop Materials
The purpose of this document is to align new co-curricular outreach efforts for undergraduate and graduate students with the University Libraries’ Strategic Framework July 2017 - June 2019. The University Libraries contribute to student learning that takes place outside of the curriculum through a number of ways, throughout the academic year. This plan will be adapted and updated as needed to stay in alignment with the work of the Educational Initiatives department and the University Libraries.
Please, Remember Me: African Americans From Scott County, Ky, 2019 University of Kentucky
Please, Remember Me: African Americans From Scott County, Ky, Reinette F. Jones
Reinette Jones, who created the Notable Kentucky African Americans (NKAA) Database, explains how to use this award-winning library tool while introducing us to some lesser-known Scott Countians. They include Sgt. Harrison Bradford, who led the San Pedro Springs Mutiny (TX) in 1867, in the fight for fair treatment of African American soldiers, and Lillian Nareen White, the first African American woman to play basketball at UK.
The Thinker February, 2019 Kennesaw State University
The Thinker February, Jennifer Jacobs
No abstract provided.
Connecting Researchers To Data Repositories In The Earth, Space, And Environmental Sciences, 2019 Purdue University
Connecting Researchers To Data Repositories In The Earth, Space, And Environmental Sciences, Michael Witt, Shelley Stall, Ruth Duerr, Raymond Plante, Martin Fenner, Robin Dasler, Patricia Cruse, Sophie Hou, Robert Ulrich, Danie Kinkade
Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research
The Repository Finder tool was developed to help researchers in the domain of Earth, space, and environmental sciences to identify appropriate repositories where they can deposit their research data and to promote practices that implement the FAIR Principles, encouraging progress toward sharing data that are findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. Requirements for the design of the tool were gathered through a series of workshops and working groups as a part of the Enabling FAIR Data initiative led by the American Geophysical Union that included the development of a decision tree that researchers may follow in selecting a data repository, interviews ...
Inlp Newsletter, February 2019, 2019 University of New Mexico
Inlp Newsletter, February 2019, Indigenous Nations Library Program
- Academic Service Hours
- University Libraries Spring 2019 Regular Hours
- Ethnic Centers Tutoring Hours
- CAPS Learning Strategies February Workshops
- Graduate Resources Center Spring 2019 Workshops
- INLP February Indigenuity Workshops
-20th American Indian Studies Association (AISA) Conference
-Imagining America - 2019 Gathering
-INLP Student Employee Spotlight: Spencer Sandoval
Caroline Ferraris-Besso, Assistant Professor Of French, 2019 Gettysburg College
Caroline Ferraris-Besso, Assistant Professor Of French, Musselman Library, Caroline Ferraris-Besso
In this first column of the spring semester, Caroline Ferraris-Besso, Assistant Professor of French, shares which recent novel made her laugh out loud, her favorite cookbooks (and favorite brioche recipe!), and works that have inspired her academic writing.
Creating Successful Data Management Plans For Your Grant Proposal, 2019 Binghamton University--SUNY
Creating Successful Data Management Plans For Your Grant Proposal, Amy E. Gay, Elizabeth A. Brown
Library Created Resources
This presentation is part of a workshop about creating Data Management Plans (DMPs) using the DMPTool.
Rod Library: Notes For The Stalled, V11n07, February 2019, 2019 University of Northern Iowa
Rod Library: Notes For The Stalled, V11n07, February 2019, University Of Northern Iowa. Rod Library.
Rod Library Newsletter
Inside This Issue:
--Black History Month
Library Quarterly - February/March 2019, 2019 Lynn University
Library Quarterly - February/March 2019, Lynn Library Staff
In this issue:
- Enter the ACE Awards!
- Third Annual Creative Writing Contest
- 2018 in Review
- A Gem of a Database
- New Year, New You: Magazines from the Lynn Library Website!
- The Creative Mind
- Meet Maria Vega
- Meet Stacy Alesi
- Quarterly Funnies
- Create a Textbook for Your Students & Defeat the Textbook Publishing Cartel
- Commissioned Music by the Lynn Conservatory
Amazon.Com Vs. Ebsco’S Gobi Library Solutions: Evaluating New And Used Book Vendors While Building A Diverse Collection, Russell Michalak, Monica Rysavy, Trevor A Dawes
University Libraries Publications
This article will share a small college’s comparison of the benefits
and challenges that occurred when ordering a curated list of new
and used print books from EBSCO’s GOBI Library Solutions, a
traditional book jobber, instead of Amazon.com, a book retailer.
The researchers analyzed the acquisition process, final purchase
cost, and reconciliation workflow between the two vendors.
Results from this study revealed a 3.1% final cost difference
between the two vendors. Additionally, this case study addressed
the workflow undertaken to build a curated list of new and used
LGBTQ and Title IX print books. This research ...
Embracing Technical Service's Public Service Role, 2019 Georgia Southern University
Embracing Technical Service's Public Service Role, Jeffrey M. Mortimore
Jeffrey M. Mortimore
- What are the emerging points of contact between technical and public services, and technical services and patrons? What role has the ongoing transition to ...
Finding A Home For Your Research, 2019 Selected Works
Finding A Home For Your Research
The Scientific Information Exchange General Model At Digital Library Context: Internet Of Things, 2019 University of Isfahan
The Scientific Information Exchange General Model At Digital Library Context: Internet Of Things, Nayere Soleimanzade, Asefeh Asemi, Mozafar Cheshmehsohrabi, Ahmad Shabani
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
Introduction: This paper aims to develop a Scientific Information Exchange General Model at Digital Library in Context of Internet of things, which would enable automated and efficient library services. To accomplish its objective, the main classes (Concepts), sub-classes, attributes are identified in order to introduce an appropriate model.
Methodology: The approach of this study is basic, exploratory, and developmental and is run through a mixed method consisting of documentary, Delphi, and data modeling methods. The study population in the documentary section includes the study of information resources retrieved in related subjects. The study population in the Delphi section is consist ...
Tidying-Up Your Digital Life: Knowledgement Management In Law School & Beyond, 2019 University of Georgia Law Library
Tidying-Up Your Digital Life: Knowledgement Management In Law School & Beyond, Amy Taylor
Taylor delivered a session full of tips and tricks for gathering information and keeping it all organized in the age of info-overload. Portions of the session focused on apps, cloud storage, label systems, customizing news alerts and developing your own trusted method for intake and synthesis. Specific applications that were discussed in greater detail included Evernote, Pocket, OneNote and AirTable. Attendee's walked away with ideas about how to best manage their own busy inboxes, news and articles by off-loading working memory anxiety's to a personal system that fits their professional life needs.
Hip-Hop Librarianship For Scholarly Communication: An Approach To Introducing Topics, 2019 Murray State University
Hip-Hop Librarianship For Scholarly Communication: An Approach To Introducing Topics, Arthur Boston
Faculty & Staff Research and Creative Activity
Hip-Hop music, business, distribution, and culture exhibit highly-comparable trends in the scholarly communication and publication industry. This article discusses Hip-Hop artists and research authors as content creators, each operating within marketplaces still adjusting to digital, online connectivity. These discussions are intended for classroom use, where students may access their existing knowledge framework of popular media and apply it to a new understanding of the scholarly communication environment. Research instructors and librarians may discover new perspectives to familiar issues through conversations with students engaging with this material in a novel way.