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Course Lecture: Government Resources As A Part Of Scholarly Communication, Devon Olson 2024 University of North Dakota

Course Lecture: Government Resources As A Part Of Scholarly Communication, Devon Olson

Librarian Publications

The second lecture in a 5-part series of lectures on scholarly communication, this lecture situates government publications and public use datasets as one facet of scholarly communication and evidence based practice via discussion of the structure of the United States government and related vocabulary, as well as activities in which learners explore and then teach the class about various data tools.

This lecture was designed for the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program.

This lecture is appropriate for adult and emerging adult learners with very little or basic understandings of scholarly communication, …


Course Lecture: Beyond The Article As The Favorite Piece Of Scholarly Communication, Devon Olson 2024 University of North Dakota

Course Lecture: Beyond The Article As The Favorite Piece Of Scholarly Communication, Devon Olson

Librarian Publications

The third of a 5-part series of lectures on scholarly communication, this lecture introduces learners to the ways in which various information architecture structures, such as indexes or natural-language-processing algorithms, impact information access and use. Activities allow students to explore and then teach each other about how the internet has changed over time and exists differently across the world, as well as how practitioners in their own discipline communicate beyond the academic article format.

This lecture was designed for the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program.

This lecture is appropriate for adult …


The Second Digital Transformation Of Scholarly Publishing: Strategic Context And Shared Infrastructure, Tracy Bergstrom, Oya Y. Rieger, Roger C. Schonfeld 2024 Ithaka S+R

The Second Digital Transformation Of Scholarly Publishing: Strategic Context And Shared Infrastructure, Tracy Bergstrom, Oya Y. Rieger, Roger C. Schonfeld

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Today, the scholarly publishing sector is undergoing its second digital transformation. The first digital transformation saw a massive shift from paper to digital, but otherwise publishing retained many of the structures, workflows, incentives, and outputs that characterized the print era. A variety of shared infrastructure was developed to serve the needs of this first digital transformation. In this current second digital transformation, many of the structures, workflows, incentives, and outputs that characterized the print era are being revamped in favor of new approaches that bring tremendous opportunities, and also non-trivial risks, to scholarly communication. The second digital transformation requires shared …


Royster Receives Lifetime Achievement Award, Retires From Nebraska, 2024 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Royster Receives Lifetime Achievement Award, Retires From Nebraska

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Paul Royster, coordinator for scholarly communication, completes his 19-year career at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln Libraries with a Lifetime Achievement Award from Elsevier Digital Commons for work on behalf of the faculty and students in the growth of the Universityʼs institutional repository (IR) and his innovations that have shaped the development of the platform.


Ischool Student Research Journal, Vol.13, Iss.2, Student Reseach Journal 2024 San Jose State University

Ischool Student Research Journal, Vol.13, Iss.2, Student Reseach Journal

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Innovation And Responsibility: Librarians In An Era Of Generative Ai, Inequality, And Information Overload, Odin H. Halvorson 2024 San Jose State University

Innovation And Responsibility: Librarians In An Era Of Generative Ai, Inequality, And Information Overload, Odin H. Halvorson

School of Information Student Research Journal

In an era marked by generative AI, widening inequality, and information overload, librarians with LIS training find themselves at the forefront of a changing landscape. The traditional paradigm in academia is challenged by new technologies and social shifts, prompting a reassessment the librarian's role as a public leader. This article discusses three perspectives on these issues, placing them within the larger conversation of the LIS field. Dr. Norman Mooradian lays the groundwork for a paradigm shift by exploring the intersection of knowledge and ethics in a knowledge economy. Boheme Morris delves into the complexities of inequality within the high-tech knowledge …


Knowledge Ethics: Conceptual Preliminaries Scope And Justification, Norman Mooradian 2024 San Jose State University

Knowledge Ethics: Conceptual Preliminaries Scope And Justification, Norman Mooradian

School of Information Student Research Journal

This paper lays out the conceptual groundwork for a long-term project examining ethical issues raised when addressing the value of knowledge to a knowledge economy. The project includes a series of papers on specific topics that interrelate to the subjects of knowledge, ethics and organizations. While some of the planned articles for the project will have a practical focus, others, such as this one, will be conceptual in nature. The following outlines selected key concepts for an ethics of knowledge and their relationship with cognate areas of inquiry and practice.


Open Educational Resources: A Guide For Faculty, Mark Hamilton 2024 Liberty University

Open Educational Resources: A Guide For Faculty, Mark Hamilton

Faculty Publications and Presentations

In this session, we will discuss the following topics: What are Open Educational Resources (OER)? What can I do with OER? Where can I find OER? How can I create OER? How can I share my OER?


Poster: Orcid Integration At Rowan University, Jonathan J. Jiras, Denise Brush, Benjamin H. Saracco 2024 Rowan University Libraries

Poster: Orcid Integration At Rowan University, Jonathan J. Jiras, Denise Brush, Benjamin H. Saracco

Libraries Scholarship

Rowan University wanted a single, streamlined point of access to information about research activity by all our faculty. The Technology Services Librarian proposed leveraging our ORCID membership to integrate faculty research information in ORCID with university identity management services. Information Resources & Technology (IRT) worked with the Division of Research and the Libraries to design and implement a solution that achieved this goal.


Are We Practicing What We Preach? Towards Greater Transborder Inclusivity In Information Science Systematic Reviews, Stephanie Krueger, Rebecca D. Frank 2024 Berliner Hochschule für Technik

Are We Practicing What We Preach? Towards Greater Transborder Inclusivity In Information Science Systematic Reviews, Stephanie Krueger, Rebecca D. Frank

School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works

Abstract. Inclusiveness has been investigated in different ways by Information Science (InfoSci) researchers, often as a line of social justice inquiry. Systematic reviews (SRs), which bridge the gap between research and practice, are a key example of research impacted by inclusiveness. “Transborder” inclusiveness—the ability of researchers from different institutions, regions, and countries to ac-cess information, and the inclusion of information from researchers in regions and countries where English is not an official language in major collections of InfoSci research—influences how researchers perform SRs. Although this topic has been identified in other disciplines involved in Evidence Based Practice (EBP) such as …


Tu-Net: A Strategic Alliance For Open Research: Libraries And Research-Associated Offices Collaborating To Support Open Research, Frances Madden 2024 Technological University Dublin, Ireland

Tu-Net: A Strategic Alliance For Open Research: Libraries And Research-Associated Offices Collaborating To Support Open Research, Frances Madden

Other

This year's theme is ‘Where is RMA Going? The Future of RMA in a Rapidly Changing World'. Read more about the EARMA Conference topics.

New challenges for RMAs are appearing every day across the research ecosystem and RMAs are expected to adapt and absorb. Artificial intelligence, academic freedom and integrity, Open Research, education and innovation, professionalisation and broadening of the profession, EDI, these and many others are transforming the ‘traditional’ role of the RMA.


Library Publishing Curriculum Introduction Module: Introduction Narrative, Cheryl E. Ball, Harrison Inefuku, Johanna Meetz, Joshua Neds-Fox, Reggie Raju, Célia Regina de Oliveira Rosa, Chelcie Rowell, Kate Shuttleworth, John Warren, Sarah Wipperman 2024 Iowa State University

Library Publishing Curriculum Introduction Module: Introduction Narrative, Cheryl E. Ball, Harrison Inefuku, Johanna Meetz, Joshua Neds-Fox, Reggie Raju, Célia Regina De Oliveira Rosa, Chelcie Rowell, Kate Shuttleworth, John Warren, Sarah Wipperman

Library Publishing Curriculum

In 2018, The Educopia Institute and the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC), in partnership with the Public Knowledge Project (PKP), NASIG, and BlueSky to BluePrint, released the first iteration of the “Library Publishing Curriculum,” a suite of synchronous and asynchronous professional development offerings for librarians. The four initial modules—Content, Impact, Policy, and Sustainability—were funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Sciences and address major competencies in library publishing. As part of the sustainability plan for these grant deliverables, the LPC created an editorial board that would steer future iterations of the curriculum. They took as their first task a step …


Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2023, Cedarville University 2023 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2023, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


A Descriptive Study On Shah Abdul Latif Public Library Shahdadpur, Sindh; Pakistan., Sher Muhammad Burdi , Primary School Teacher at G.B.P.S Al Mansoora Colony Sanghar, Arif Ali Bhatti, Nusrat Shaheen . 2023 University of Sindh, Jamshoro

A Descriptive Study On Shah Abdul Latif Public Library Shahdadpur, Sindh; Pakistan., Sher Muhammad Burdi , Primary School Teacher At G.B.P.S Al Mansoora Colony Sanghar, Arif Ali Bhatti, Nusrat Shaheen .

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This descriptive study examined the Shah Abdul Latif Public Library in Shahdadpur, Sindh, Pakistan, with the aim of understanding its features, resources, services, and knowledge dissemination and community engagement. The study used mixed-method approach and collected data was presented in simple tables and charts. Research provided comprehensive description with aim of rules and regulations of library and the literature review explored the significance of public libraries as information centers and their role in community engagement and lifelong learning. The historical background of library may provide the understanding of basic foundation of public libraries in Pakistani cities, like Shahdadpur. During the …


Introduction To Lgbtq+ Studies, Allison P. Brown, Deborah P. Amory 2023 Empire State University

Introduction To Lgbtq+ Studies, Allison P. Brown, Deborah P. Amory

Milne Library

Introduction to LGBTQ+ Studies was a collaborative, multi-year open textbook project that engaged faculty authors, librarians, a university press, and OER professionals. The resulting textbook takes a cross-disciplinary approach to the study of LGBTQ+ issues that helps students grasp core concepts through a variety of different perspectives. The text offers accessible, academically sound information on a wide range of topics, including history, culture, and Queer Theory; an exploration of LGBTQ+ relationships, families, parenting, health, and education; and how to conduct research on LGBTQ+ topics. This case study will cover the project’s transformation through years of development, including engaging a large …


Review Of "Is Social Justice Just?", Jonathan Lawler 2023 Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Review Of "Is Social Justice Just?", Jonathan Lawler

The Christian Librarian

No abstract provided.


Review Of "Persuasive Apologetics: The Art Of Handling Tough Questions Without Pushing People Away", Arianna Dahlia 2023 Concordia University

Review Of "Persuasive Apologetics: The Art Of Handling Tough Questions Without Pushing People Away", Arianna Dahlia

The Christian Librarian

No abstract provided.


Review Of "Three In One: Analogies For The Trinity", Steve Emerson 2023 California Baptist University

Review Of "Three In One: Analogies For The Trinity", Steve Emerson

The Christian Librarian

No abstract provided.


Review Of "Calvin On The Death Of Christ: A Word For The World", Jonathan McCormick 2023 Gateway Seminary

Review Of "Calvin On The Death Of Christ: A Word For The World", Jonathan Mccormick

The Christian Librarian

No abstract provided.


Review Of "Reflections On The Names Of God: 180 Devotions To Know God More Fully", Cynthia Hammell 2023 Highland Park, NJ

Review Of "Reflections On The Names Of God: 180 Devotions To Know God More Fully", Cynthia Hammell

The Christian Librarian

No abstract provided.


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