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Repository Additions, May 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Repository Additions, May 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For May 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For May 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


A Celebration Of West Point Authors, Heather Seminelli 2020 United States Military Academy

A Celebration Of West Point Authors, Heather Seminelli

West Point Books

Highlighting the 456 collected works of scholarship published and presented between July - December 2019.


Research Publications In Web Of Science Shift From Bitcoin To Blockchain, With Focus On Computer Science, Engineering, Telecommunications, And Business Economics, Megan Price, Greta Snyder 2020 San Jose State University

Research Publications In Web Of Science Shift From Bitcoin To Blockchain, With Focus On Computer Science, Engineering, Telecommunications, And Business Economics, Megan Price, Greta Snyder

School of Information Student Research Journal

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Review Of The Librarian’S Guide To Homelessness: An Empathy-Driven Approach To Solving Problems, Preventing Conflicts, And Serving Everyone, Sagan Wallace 2020 Oregon State University

Review Of The Librarian’S Guide To Homelessness: An Empathy-Driven Approach To Solving Problems, Preventing Conflicts, And Serving Everyone, Sagan Wallace

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Emotional Labor, Stressors, And Librarians Who Work With The Public, Kelsey Simon 2020 Valdosta State University

Emotional Labor, Stressors, And Librarians Who Work With The Public, Kelsey Simon

School of Information Student Research Journal

Service jobs require regular interaction with customers and have certain expectations of specific emotions that should be shown during transactions. This use of expected emotional displays during service transactions is called emotional labor and it is an important part of service work, but there are significant consequences for regular use. This paper reviews the literature on emotional labor, and the consequences of the repeated use of emotional labor within the service workforce. It also reviews the literature on stressors reported by librarians and job-related stress. Relationships can be seen between emotional labor, the work of librarian professionals, and stressors in ...


Online Community For Librarian Researchers: Experience Of Academic Librarians, Lili Luo 2020 San Jose State University

Online Community For Librarian Researchers: Experience Of Academic Librarians, Lili Luo

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Srj Thriving During Challenging Times, Greta Snyder 2020 San Jose State University

Srj Thriving During Challenging Times, Greta Snyder

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Repository Additions, April 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Repository Additions, April 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For April 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


270— The Importance Of Undergraduate Research Publications In Geneseo And Beyond, Nicole Callahan, Jaime DeVita 2020 SUNY Geneseo

270— The Importance Of Undergraduate Research Publications In Geneseo And Beyond, Nicole Callahan, Jaime Devita

GREAT Day

Having a publication on campus devoted to undergraduate research provides something invaluable for both students and a college community at large. At Geneseo, The Proceedings of GREAT Day is such a journal. The Proceedings publishes the works of student presenters at last year's GREAT Day, those which best demonstrate the rigor and excellence of undergraduate research at Geneseo. This presentation argues for research publications at the undergraduate level and for the academic and professional benefits they provide. We look specifically at how publishing such works Open Access presents a new and exciting dimension to the process. Now in its ...


Open, Just, & Sustainable Project: April 2020 Report, Paige Mann 2020 University of Redlands

Open, Just, & Sustainable Project: April 2020 Report, Paige Mann

Working Papers & Reports

In an increasingly digital and open-access world, libraries and other scholar communities must reconsider what we mean by the term “value”. The open access (OA) movement and sites such as SciHub and Research Gate have increasingly uncoupled access to scholarship from wealth and academic connections, disrupting the traditional value propositions of publishers and libraries alike. In response, dominant publishers (e.g., Elsevier, Wiley) and publisher-adjacent corporations (e.g., Clarivate, Digital Science) are extracting behavioral data and further entrenching themselves in institutional rankings, hiring and funding decisions, and teaching and learning practices. In turn, libraries must reexamine how their relationships with ...


Ithaka S+R Us Library Survey 2019, Jennifer K. Frederick, Christine Wolff-Eisenberg, Ithaka S+R 2020 Ithaka S+R

Ithaka S+R Us Library Survey 2019, Jennifer K. Frederick, Christine Wolff-Eisenberg, Ithaka S+R

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Executive Summary

The Ithaka S+R Library Survey 2019 examines strategy and leadership issues from the perspective of academic library deans and directors. This project aims to provide academic librarians and higher education leaders with information about chief librarians’ visions and the opportunities and challenges they face in leading their organizations. In fall 2019, we invited library deans and directors at not-for-profit four-year academic institutions across the United States to complete the survey, and we received 662 responses for a response rate of 46 percent. In this survey cycle, we added new coverage of three key topics: equity, diversity, and ...


Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For March 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For March 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Selected Works Account Creation, Keri Baker 2020 Nova Southeastern University

Selected Works Account Creation, Keri Baker

Library Learn - Complete Video Collection

Your Selected Works profile should have already been created for you. If you have not contacted the NSUWorks team about your profile and you have not received an email stating that your profile has been created, please contact nsuworks@nova.edu to have your profile created. Do not attempt to create your own profile.


Fostering Bibliodiversity In Scholarly Communications: A Call For Action!, Kathleen Shearer, Leslie Chan, Iryna Kuchma, Pierre Mounier 2020 Confederation of Open Access Repositories

Fostering Bibliodiversity In Scholarly Communications: A Call For Action!, Kathleen Shearer, Leslie Chan, Iryna Kuchma, Pierre Mounier

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Diversity is an important characteristic of any healthy ecosystem, including scholarly communications. Diversity in services and platforms, funding mechanisms, and evaluation measures will allow the scholarly communication system to accommodate the different workflows, languages, publication outputs, and research topics that support the needs and epistemic pluralism of different research communities. In addition, diversity reduces the risk of vendor lock-in, which inevitably leads to monopoly, monoculture, and high prices. Bibliodiversity has been in steady decline for decades.1 Far from promoting diversity, the dominant “ecosystem” of scholarly publishing today increasingly resembles what Vandana Shiva (1993) has called the “monocultures of the ...


Repository Additions, March 2020, Cedarville University 2020 Cedarville University

Repository Additions, March 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2020, Musselman Library 2020 Gettysburg College

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2020, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

From the Dean (Robin Wagner)

Library News

  • Mini-Golf
  • Get Acquainted Day
  • Edible Books Festival Moves Online! (Kim Longfellow '16)

What do librarians do when a campus suddenly closes? (Janelle Wertzberger)

Blotchy Scribblings and Spider-like Initials (Jim Ramos, Carolyn Sautter)

Boxed Belongings (Natalie Hinton)

Notes from the Field (Kerri Odess-Harnish)

Who is helping you via email, chat & text with those questions? Our awesome librarians & sometimes their pets! (Kevin Moore)

ZOOM: Teaching Moves Online (Kevin Moore, Mallory Jallas, Clint Baugess)

Vietnam (Devin McKinney)

Quarantined on Campus (Betsy Bein, Chakriya Ou, ’23, Dung Doan, ’23, Precious Ozoh, ’20)

Conservation in the Age of ...


The Faculty Notebook, April 2020, Provost's Office 2020 Gettysburg College

The Faculty Notebook, April 2020, Provost's Office

Faculty Notebook

The Faculty Notebook is published periodically by the Office of the Provost at Gettysburg College to bring to the attention of the campus community accomplishments and activities of academic interest. Faculty are encouraged to submit materials for consideration for publication to the Associate Provost for Faculty Development. Copies of this publication are available at the Office of the Provost.


How To Negotiate With Publishers And Keep Your Copyright, Michael Rodriguez, Carolyn Mills 2020 University of Connecticut

How To Negotiate With Publishers And Keep Your Copyright, Michael Rodriguez, Carolyn Mills

UConn Library Presentations

How do you get the best possible terms when signing a publishing contract? Of what should you be careful? Should you try to keep your copyright? Can you license your work instead? Come learn the ins and outs of making sure your publishing contract works for you before you sign it.


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