Make It A Win-Win: Managing Student Employee Experience In Library Publishing Efforts, 2020 Utah State University
Make It A Win-Win: Managing Student Employee Experience In Library Publishing Efforts, Rebecca Nelson, Becky L. Thoms
Library Faculty & Staff Presentations
At Utah State University Libraries, the Digital Initiatives Unit employs up to 15, primarily undergraduate, students who contribute approximately 190 hours of labor on a weekly basis. Students work on a variety of projects related to digital exhibits, digital history collections, open educational resources (OER), and the institutional repository. Their responsibilities range from scanning and metadata creation to OER research and copyediting to occasional outreach and engagement at events. This presentation explores the benefits and challenges of student labor in library publishing efforts. Topics covered include: the quality and quantity of work that is given to students; evaluating students’ work ...
Ohiolink Webinar: Print Services And The Impact Of Covid-19, 2020 University of Dayton
Ohiolink Webinar: Print Services And The Impact Of Covid-19, Amanda Black
Roesch Library Staff Presentations
Service delivery, communication, lending and other adjustments the Access Services department has made in order to serve patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enhancing Our Supply Chain: Working With Faculty To Embed Il Threshold Concepts, 2020 University of Rhode Island
Enhancing Our Supply Chain: Working With Faculty To Embed Il Threshold Concepts, Amanda K. Izenstark, Mary Macdonald
Public Services Faculty Presentations
Slides from a presentation, "Enhancing our Supply Chain: Working with Faculty to Embed IL Threshold Concepts" Presented as part of the LOEX 2020 Annual Conference, offered online on 5 May 2020.
Collaborating with campus faculty developers and using active learning techniques, two academic librarians facilitated a 3.5 day seminar with the goal of connecting faculty's underlying course content with information literacy threshold concepts across a variety of disciplines. During the seminar, participants discovered concepts common across disciplines that enabled them to highlight core concepts in their own field in their courses. At the end, faculty participants were ...
Repository Additions, April 2020, 2020 Cedarville University
Repository Additions, April 2020, Cedarville University
DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports
No abstract provided.
Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, 2020 Cedarville University
Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, Cedarville University
DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports
No abstract provided.
Uniting The Field: Using The Acrl Visual Literacy Competency Standards To Move Beyond The Definition Problem Of Visual Literacy, Dana Thompson, Stephanie Beene
Faculty & Staff Research and Creative Activity
Visual literacy has evolved alongside information literacy and media literacy, reflecting social, technological, and cultural changes. Rapidly advancing technology, multimodal access to information and disinformation, and political rhetoric increasingly impact the perception, trust, and use of visual media. These broader technological and cultural shifts also change what it means to be a visually literate individual in the twenty-first century. Although much has been written about visual literacy, there is very little that reviews scholarship that uses the 2011 ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. Through an analysis of 196 articles published from 2011 to 2019, this study examines ...
Flying Solo, 2020 Faith Bible College
Flying Solo, Renee D. Carey, Jon Jones, Laura M. Ladwig, J. James Mancuso, Deborah H. Mcconkey
The Christian Librarian
This article is designed to assist solo librarians in thinking through their libraries, responsibilities,clientele, support personnel, and work habits in order to determine best practices to maximize their professional and personal effectiveness.
Centennial Library E-News, Spring 2020, 2020 Cedarville University
Centennial Library E-News, Spring 2020, Cedarville University
Centennial Library E-News
Articles in this issue:Librarian Collaborates on Research Project; Library Careers Presentation; 2020 Library Staff Awards; COVID-19 Doesn't Stop Staff; Book Published Through Digital Commons; Library Scholarship Recipients; Graduating Student Staff Members
Specialized Regional Conferences Support The Professional Development Of Subject Librarians: A 5-Year Analysis Of The Great Lakes Science Boot Camps For Librarians, Bethany S. Mcgowan, Jennifer Hart, Karen Hum
Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research
Conference attendance can play an important role in supporting the professional development of subject librarians by offering opportunities that allow librarians to learn about new services, strategies, and technologies while growing and maintaining professional networks. However, barriers such as accessibility challenges, budgetary and resource restrictions, difficulty measuring learning gains, and difficulty measuring the value of professional development when applied to the job can restrict opportunities for many librarians. Specialized regional conferences have the potential to reduce many of these barriers. How can librarians, library administrators and conference organizers quantify the value of regional conference attendance as an accessible means for ...
Library Connection, V7n2, Spring 2020, 2020 University of Northern Iowa
Library Connection, V7n2, Spring 2020, University Of Northern Iowa. Rod Library.
Inside This Issue:
--Theresa Westbrock Named New Dean of Library Services
--Responding to COVID-19 #unitogether
--Student Highlight: Sarah Fluegel
From Anecdotes To Data: Leveraging Our Assessment Toolkit To Determine How A New Curriculum Measures Up, 2020 Utah State University
From Anecdotes To Data: Leveraging Our Assessment Toolkit To Determine How A New Curriculum Measures Up, Rachel Wishkoski, Alex J. Sundt, Katie Strand, Deanna Allred
Library Faculty & Staff Presentations
This presentation shared the design and results of a mixed-methods assessment of a new library curriculum for ENGL 2010, the required English Composition course at Utah State University. Piloted with two sections of the course in fall semester 2019, this new three-session curriculum was grounded in case-based problem-based learning (CBPBL), a specific type of problem-based learning (PBL) in which students work together to solve real life scenarios and immediately apply their skills to a relevant and complex problem. Student teams used case studies to practice source evaluation, topic development, and synthesis of research in writing. Multiple assessment methods afforded us ...
Lost And Found: Onöndowa’Ga:’Gawenoh As An Anchor To Identity And Sovereignty, 2020 Buffalo State College
Lost And Found: Onöndowa’Ga:’Gawenoh As An Anchor To Identity And Sovereignty, Brittney N. Jimerson
Museum Studies Theses
This author presents a study of the Onöndowa’ga:’, an Indigenous group located in Western New York, who are more commonly known as the Seneca. Onöndowa’ga:’Gawenohto the Onöndowa’ga:’, like all Indigenous people, is a form of intangible history, history that is interconnected with who they are and where they come from. The history of who the Onöndowa’ga:’ were and still are, as well as what their language means to their culture, is the groundwork for understanding how devastating US policies became for them. While many areas of culture were impacted by those policies, the ...
Zonta International: Unveiling 100 Years Of History & Membership, 2020 State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College
Zonta International: Unveiling 100 Years Of History & Membership, Jessica E. Nantka
Museum Studies Projects
The purpose of this master’s thesis project is to examine the formidable globalized service organization, Zonta International (ZI), which has impacted women around the world for 100 years. I utilized essential practices in the Museum Studies Master of Arts program at SUNY Buffalo State to create this project in association with an exhibit, Zonta International: Unveiling 100 Years of History & Membership, presented at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum from November 5 – November 23, 2019. The use of digitized images, documents, and artifacts within the Howard D. Beach Photography Studio Collection owned by The Buffalo History Museum, have been systematically chosen ...
Exhibiting Prejudice: How Twentieth-Century Museums Promoted The Eugenics Movement, 2020 State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College
Exhibiting Prejudice: How Twentieth-Century Museums Promoted The Eugenics Movement, Anna Wachtel
Museum Studies Theses
This research illustrates the impact museums have on social, political, and educational systems through the exploration of the eugenics movement in American museums. Museum professionals promoted racial hierarchies and eugenic ideologies at World’s Fairs through the exploitation of “exotic” peoples and contests designed to judge and categorize racial differences based on an individual’s physical and mental characteristics.
Following World’s Fairs, museums began displaying eugenic themed exhibits. Prominent museum professionals and government officials of the early twentieth century used their position of authority to promote the eugenics movement in National and regional American museums through educational exhibits using ...
Scholarly Communications Newsletter, 2020 Georgia Southern University
Scholarly Communications Newsletter, Georgia Southern University
Scholarly Communications Newsletters
- ICPSR Launches New Repository for COVID-19 Data
- 2020 ICPSR Summer Program
- Qualitative Measures Workshops beginning soon!
- Talking about Data
- Data Hosting Options in Digital Commons@Georgia Southern
- sciENcv and ORCiD
My Family, Their History: Using Exploratory Inquiry & Pragmatic Methods To Learn History, 2020 California State University, Monterey Bay
My Family, Their History: Using Exploratory Inquiry & Pragmatic Methods To Learn History, Lowellen Sucgang
Capstone Projects and Master's Theses
History education is at a crossroads. The availability of information at our fingertips has the potential to change how the non-historian sees history and the other social sciences. This capstone researched ways the non-historian can utilize the changing face of history education by implementing the pragmatic methods of John Dewey’s education philosophy called instrumentalism. Principal issues discussed include the pros and cons of out-of-classroom history education, utilization of exploratory inquiry for research and the usefulness of primary sources for a historiography. To apply instrumentalism ideals and methods, I created a historiography about my ancestors and how their lives intertwined ...
Himmelfarb Headlines - May/June 2020, 2020 Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, The George Washington University
Himmelfarb Headlines - May/June 2020, George Washington University, Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
Himmelfarb Headlines (2009 - present)
News, information and resources relating to Himmelfarb Library that is of interest to patrons.
How A Young University Can Launch And Grow A Digital Repository, And Why It Should, 2020 Singapore Management University
How A Young University Can Launch And Grow A Digital Repository, And Why It Should, Singapore Management University, Pin Pin Yeo
Research Collection Library
In 2010, Singapore Management University (SMU) was just 10 years old with aspirations to keep growing and attain a global reputation. But how could the University highlight the hard work taking place in its schools and institutes? A core group of stakeholders decided that a digital repository was crucial to making the institution’s intellectual output openly discoverable in order to achieve a more globally visible profile. This case study shares SMU’s journey, as well as tips that can help other young institutions launch a digital repository and open their research and scholarship to discovery by the world.
Campus Conversations On Scholarly Communications: May 2020 Report, 2020 University of Redlands
Campus Conversations On Scholarly Communications: May 2020 Report, Paige Mann, Jennifer Beamer, Sonia Chaidez, Darren Hall, Amanda Makula, Lev Rickards
Copley Library: Faculty Scholarship
Campus Conversations on Scholarly Communications was created as a mini-grant program to foster institutional dialogue. Funded by the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC) Project Initiatives Fund (SPIF) and managed by the Scholarly Communications Committee, grants of up to $800 were used by member and affiliate libraries to engage diverse constituents on topics about licensing contracts, open access, or other scholarly communication topics. This dialogue is needed to address complex issues such as price increases, library budgets, market dominance, social justice, accessibility, sustainability, and relevance. Grant recipients share their work and reflections, inevitably impacted by COVID-19, in this report.
Fogler Library Covid-19 Misinformation Challenge Post, 2020 University of Maine Raymond H. Fogler Library
Fogler Library Covid-19 Misinformation Challenge Post, Jen Bonnet, Sentra Sellers
Raymond H. Fogler Library
Social media post promoting Fogler Library's COVID-19 Misinformation Challenge, aimed at helping participants discern fact from fiction in popular media. At the time of the content's submission to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive, approximately 483 people had signed up from across the United States, and even from international locations.