What You Don't Know About Academic Publishing: Main Floor Display, 2018 Gettysburg College
What You Don't Know About Academic Publishing: Main Floor Display, Scholarly Communications
Open Access Week at Gettysburg College
This display will challenge students to think about the process that publications go through in order to arrive in their hands in time for class. The display features three scenarios and questions about the publication process with a flip-up feature to reveal the answer. Students are invited to write down their best guesses, and those who stop by during the table hours will be eligible for an Open Access cupcake and the chance to enter a raffle for a $25 Bookstore gift certificate!
The Open Science Framework & Reproducible Research: A New Space For Scholars & Librarians, 2018 University of Rhode Island
The Open Science Framework & Reproducible Research: A New Space For Scholars & Librarians, Amanda Izenstark, Andrée Rathemacher
Technical Services Faculty Presentations
Slides from a presentation, "The Open Science Framework & Reproducible Research: A New Space for Scholars & Librarians," presented at the NELA & RILA Joint 2018 Annual Conference, Welcome: The Library is Your Space, on October 22, 2018 in Warwick, Rhode Island.
The Open Science Framework is a tool created to help address two crises in research: transparency and reproducibility. In this session, learn more about the reproducibility crisis and how librarians’ knowledge of the Open Science Framework can help researchers at all levels improve and share their work.
ALS Academic Librarians Section
Additional files include a version of the slides with speakers' notes; excerpts from the print and online conference programs; and the presentation proposal as submitted.
Transforming And Aligning Collections Priorities, 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Transforming And Aligning Collections Priorities, Sally Krash
Support For Electronic Lab Notebooks At Top American Research Universities, 2018 University of Minnesota
Support For Electronic Lab Notebooks At Top American Research Universities, Franklin Sayre, Caitlin Bakker, Julie Kelly, Megan Kocher, Meghan Lafferty
Journal of eScience Librarianship
Objective: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs) are widely used in industry but little is known about their use in academia or the extent to which they are licensed or supported by research institutions or academic libraries.
Methods: This paper describes an environmental scan conducted to determine whether major research institutions in the United States are providing enterprise ELN licenses to their users, which products they are licensing, and what role of the institutional library is playing in licensing and supporting ELNs.
Results: Of the 35 universities included in our scan, 8 (23%) had an enterprise-wide license for an ELN and 10 ...
Open Access Undergraduate Journals Infographic, 2018 Gettysburg College
Open Access Undergraduate Journals Infographic, Scholarly Communications
Open Access Week at Gettysburg College
This handout was distributed to students during Open Access Week 2018 at the library's Main Floor display, "What You Don't Know About Academic Publishing". The data for this handout was compiled on October 16, 2018.
To learn more about our undergraduate journals, visit https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/peer_review_list.html
Check Your Dashboard, Your Gauges May Be High!, 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Check Your Dashboard, Your Gauges May Be High!, Phillip Fitzsimmons, Janet Croft
The long-established academic journal, Mythlore of the Mythopoeic Society, began using the editor’s platform of the SWOSU Digital Commons in 2017. The executive editor, Janet Croft of Rutgers University, will discuss the differences between her former way of managing submissions, reader reviews, and producing a predominantly print journal to doing the work digitally using the editor’s platform of the Institutional Repository. She will describe advantages and disadvantages to using the platform. This is an opportunity for Institutional Repository administrators to ask concrete questions about the learning curve and experience of a seasoned journal editor who has made the ...
Tweeting The Ir, 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Tweeting The Ir, Paul Royster
Social media has become an important means of keeping up to date for busy IR managers. Limited to short, pithy messages, but permitting linking and re-tweeting, the Twitter medium is both handy and powerful … when used appropriately. Alternatively, it can become a portal to fascinating, entertaining, horrifying, and time-consuming off-topic content and even an avenue for online harrassment. The presentation for DC-HUG will involve audience participation, and will include discussions of appropriate forms of identity, good and bad avatars, who to follow for scholarly communications subjects, whom to avoid for greater peace of mind, what are appropriate subjects, how to ...
Preparing For The Coretrustseal, 2018 Missouri University of Science and Technology
Preparing For The Coretrustseal, James Roger Weaver
The Missouri University of Science & Technology recently received the CoreTrustSeal certifying our repository as a sustainable and trustworthy. This presentation will discuss: (1) Why we obtained the seal, (2) The application process and what to expect, (3) some example sections of the application, and (4) expected benefits of the seal.
Open Access Week Faculty Postcard, 2018 Gettysburg College
Open Access Week Faculty Postcard, Scholarly Communications
Open Access Week at Gettysburg College
This short handout was distributed to the faculty members of Gettysburg College during the Friday Forum Presentation that took place during Open Access Week 2018. It was designed to bring awareness to the Open Access movement and its benefits, as well as to advertise the #GburgOAscore Quiz designed for faculty members to evaluate their engagement with Open Access.
Hijacked Journals: How Open Access Journals Fall Into The Predatory Publishing Trap, 2018 University of Central Florida
Hijacked Journals: How Open Access Journals Fall Into The Predatory Publishing Trap, Sarah A. Norris, Buenaventura "Ven" Basco, Sandy Avila
Buenaventura "Ven" Basco
In today’s academic publishing environment, open access journals have become an increasingly common and used venue for publication by faculty, researchers, and students. However, open access publishing also prompts issues and concerns related to the publishing model and predatory publishing practices. In this session, Sandy Avila, Science Librarian, Ven Basco, Engineering Librarian, and Sarah Norris, Scholarly Communication Librarian will share information about open access, predatory publishing, and how to differentiate between credible and predatory journals, with an emphasis on STEM-focused publications. Areas to be explored will include how to identify spam email, fake metrics, predatory conferences, and other issues ...
Schedule Of Events (2018), 2018 College of the Holy Cross
Schedule Of Events (2018), Holy Cross Libraries
Open Access Week at Holy Cross
Poster used to promote events sponsored by the Library during Open Access Week 2018: Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge
Slis Connecting Volume 7 Issue 1, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Slis Connecting Volume 7 Issue 1, Stacy Creel, Teresa S. Welsh
SLIS Connecting refereed open-access e-journal, Volume 7, Issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2018, Special Issue: British Studies)
“Eminently Combustible” -- Charles Williams, The Most Interesting Inkling, 2018 University of Alabama
“Eminently Combustible” -- Charles Williams, The Most Interesting Inkling, Clay Waters
The English author and lay theologian Charles Williams was an idiosyncratic, intriguing, perhaps intimidating subject. He was born in St. Albans near London in September 1886 and died in Oxford in May 1945. In that relatively brief life, his prodigious literary output encompassed virtually every form imaginable (novels, poetry, theology, critical reviews, plays, masques, detective story reviews, even a single short story). Elizabeth Wright (1962) commented on his “versatility and quantity” when describing “the size and scope of his published writings... Writing as he did in almost every form, he nevertheless maintained a consistency of theme that makes his work ...
Documenting The British East India Company And Their Involvement In The East Indian Slave Trade, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Documenting The British East India Company And Their Involvement In The East Indian Slave Trade, Bonnie Pinkston
The histories of the British East India Company, possessions, political influence, and economic ventures have shaped the dynamics of modern history. The enormity of the British East India Company (EIC) and other European trade companies’ impact on globalized world trade has been the subject of numerous studies. Yet, as many scholars have pointed out the topic has lacked proper attention regarding the Indian Ocean slave trade, particularly when it involved the transportation of people from nations other than from the continent of Africa. As Jayasuriya (2005, 2006) stated, “Africans were not the only people to be enslaved within the boundaries ...
Through The Lens: World War I Photography As Historical Record, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Through The Lens: World War I Photography As Historical Record, Kimberly Holifield
Soldiers of the First World War viewed their experience not only through the lens that surrounds a colored iris but also through the lens of a camera. World War I marked the first time that the camera traveled with amateurs to war. Unencumbered by the assortment of nineteenth-century equipment necessary to develop a single photograph, soldiers of the new century used the camera to capture their personal view of war (Carmichael, 1989). Their pictures tell a story of comradeship, the daily drudgeries of duty, and sacrifice. Words convey thoughts and emotions. A photograph captures them for display.
The Feminist Library: “History Is Herstory, Too”, 2018 University of Alabama
The Feminist Library: “History Is Herstory, Too”, Lauren B. Dodd
The Feminist Library is not a typical public library; it is an organization with roots in the historical revolution. Its history, services, and classification system are unique; its collection is irreplaceable. The purpose of this study is to document the history, resources, and organization of the Feminist Library in London, England.
Historic Pubs Of London, Oxford, Edinburgh, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Historic Pubs Of London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Teresa S. Welsh Mlis, Ph.D.
Inhabitants of Great Britain have been brewing and drinking ale since the Bronze Ages. The province of Britannia and its capital Londinium were ruled by the Romans almost 2,000 years ago. Romans were great builders of roads that connected tabernae, which served food, wine, and local ale. These tabernae displayed vine leaves outside to advertise their trade.
After the Romans left, alehouses became common, as ale was safer than water, which was becoming increasingly polluted with an expanding Medieval population. In 1393, King Richard II ordered: "Whosoever shall brew ale in the town with intention of selling it must ...
British Studies Interview, 2018 University of Alberta
British Studies Interview, Martha Attridge Bufton, Teresa S. Welsh
Interview by British Studies 2015 alumna Martha Attridge Bufton, University of Alberta, for an article, "Crossing the Pond: MLIS Students Researching in the U.K." published in Open Shelf (http://open-shelf.ca/, March 2016), updated and used by permission.
Remembering A Visit To The World’S Oldest Carnegie Library, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Remembering A Visit To The World’S Oldest Carnegie Library, Matthew R. Griffis
Remembering a British Studies class visit to the first Carnegie Library in Dunfermline, Scotland, one of over 2,800 Carnegie libraries worldwide at the turn of the last century. In their day, Carnegie libraries were more than just charming buildings; they fueled a growing enthusiasm among the masses for the existence of free, tax-supported public libraries intended to enrich their parent communities—especially those for which no comparable institution had existed before.
Student Associations: News And Events, 2018 The University of Southern Mississippi
Student Associations: News And Events
News and events from SLIS student groups: Library and Information Science Students Association (LISSA) and Southern Miss Student Archivists (SMSA).