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Care And Accountability In Library Leadership, Annie Bélanger, Kat Bell, Maisha Carey, Jon Jeffryes, Meghan Musolff Feb 2023

Care And Accountability In Library Leadership, Annie Bélanger, Kat Bell, Maisha Carey, Jon Jeffryes, Meghan Musolff

Presentations

Leaders and managers have an outsized impact on workers’ wellbeing. In facing the reality of constant and unpredictable change, leaders and managers need to consider the humanity of their employees as part of their commitment to equity. We suggest that library leaders and managers need to consider human-centered approaches as part of their leadership toolkit. Human-centered leaders have a strong focus on people and the organizational culture. They layer compassion and empathy in taking actions to fulfill the organization's mission.

We acknowledge that there are situations when taking a human-centered approach to the needs of library employees can feel in …


The Factors That Influence Clinicians To Choose Rural Settings To Deliver Health Services, Julia Mattingly Jan 2023

The Factors That Influence Clinicians To Choose Rural Settings To Deliver Health Services, Julia Mattingly

Posters-at-the-Capitol

Years before the COVID-19 pandemic brought on a health care shortage in the United States, its rural areas were already struggling to obtain and attract primary care medical practitioners. The federal government has designed many programs with the intent of exposing clinicians to life in rural areas, but few have been successful at keeping medical practitioners in the long-term. Clinicians who are recruited to rural areas via loan repayment programs or other short-lived incentives often leave after only a few years.

In order to learn more about this long-running health policy problem, we set out to study the factors that …


Are State Branded Products Local? A Case In Missouri, Ye Su, Lan Tran Jan 2023

Are State Branded Products Local? A Case In Missouri, Ye Su, Lan Tran

Title III Professional Development Reports

Local food has received great interest from consumers, producers, and communities. Under this trend, all U.S. states have launched state-sponsored marketing programs and labels to help producers market their agricultural products locally, connect producers and consumers, encourage consumers to shop for local food and promote the local and state economy. Some examples are Jersey Fresh, Go Texan, and Colorado Grown. Missouri is one of these, where any producers can use the Missouri Grown logo as long as they pay a 50-dollar annual membership fee.

All states invested public funds for state-sponsored programs. The effectiveness of these programs partially depends on …


Cu Anschutz Digital Collections Migration: From Dspace To Hyku, Raven Morrigan Nov 2022

Cu Anschutz Digital Collections Migration: From Dspace To Hyku, Raven Morrigan

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL)

Strauss Library at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was part of the regional group of repositories called Mountain Scholar using DSpace when the lead for Mountain Scholar, Colorado State University (CSU), announced that they could no longer afford to support the Mountain Scholar instance. All the libraries currently part of Mountain Scholar had to decide whether to migrate to ContentDM with CSU or strike out on their own. Strauss Library considered our options, and with University of Colorado Boulder using Samvera, decided to pursue migrating to Samvera. The library completed the migration to Hyku, an extension of Samvera, …


Leveraging Ir Materials For Pre- And Post-Conference Attendance, Amanda Schwartz Nov 2022

Leveraging Ir Materials For Pre- And Post-Conference Attendance, Amanda Schwartz

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL)

This presentation examines the process of building a conference collection on Digital Commons with a discussion on stakeholder collaboration, collection architecture, and promotion, and reciprocal benefit to both scholars and repository managers.

Conference collections enhance attendees' experiences by creating a live archive of conference materials, viewable both during and after the event. Collections provide meaningful metrics for interactions with conference materials, which exist as grey literature that may otherwise go unseen by wider audiences. Building conference collections vary in time and complexity, based on stakeholder needs and overall vision for the conference and its attendees. Creating conference collections that are …


From Digital Commons To Alma/Primo: Expanding Readership For Doctor Of Nursing Practice Projects, Sara Hoover Nov 2022

From Digital Commons To Alma/Primo: Expanding Readership For Doctor Of Nursing Practice Projects, Sara Hoover

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL)

In 2017 the Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library partnered with The George Washington University School of Nursing to create a permanent digital archive for their Doctor of Nursing Practice project collection in our instance of Digital Commons. DNP projects are a unique type of content because they provide important research about nursing practices, but often go unpublished elsewhere. The GW DNP collection now contains over 120 items that have been downloaded over 95,000 times and therefore we were eager to explore additional avenues for disseminating this content beyond our IR and its subsequent indexing platforms. In 2018 our library migrated to …


Dashboard Confessional: Moving Behind-The-Scenes Metrics To The Spotlight, Steven Moore Nov 2022

Dashboard Confessional: Moving Behind-The-Scenes Metrics To The Spotlight, Steven Moore

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL)

Now in its fourth year as an institutional repository, Henry Ford Health's Scholarly Commons has hit its stride, gaining more internal and external readers than ever before. This spring I created and executed a marketing campaign to showcase to Henry Ford Health medical education and hospital leadership the tools in Scholarly Commons that are available to track scholarly activity and promote their research. A primary focus is the repository dashboard, a behind-the-scenes look at usage metrics on a specific department's authors and their works. In this lightning talk I will share my campaign strategy, the tools I used to create …


The Nih Data Management And Sharing Policy: Roles And Opportunities For Libraries And Institutional Repositories, Lisa Federer Nov 2022

The Nih Data Management And Sharing Policy: Roles And Opportunities For Libraries And Institutional Repositories, Lisa Federer

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL)

MIRL 2022 Keynote by Lisa Federer, Acting Director, Office of Strategic Initiatives, National Library of Medicine. The title of Lisa Federer's talk is "The NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy: Roles and Opportunities for Libraries and Institutional Repositories."


Mapping South Central Minnesota: An Aerial Photograph Digitization Project, Heidi J. Southworth Nov 2022

Mapping South Central Minnesota: An Aerial Photograph Digitization Project, Heidi J. Southworth

Library Services Publications

In 2021, a team consisting of Evan Rusch (Government Documents/Reference and Instruction Librarian), Nicole Smith (Maps Technician), Heidi Southworth (Digital Initiatives Librarian), and student workers Britney Hartmann, Samuel Lemma, Jasmyne Fisher began digitization of 27,441 unique aerial photographs. These aerial photographs are from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) District 7 covering south central Minnesota from 1957-2006. They are housed in the Dr. Mary T. Dooley Map Library at Minnesota State University, Mankato. These photographs are heavily utilized by students and faculty in our geography and engineering departments and by other researchers who visit our campus. Through digitization, we have …


Textbook Affordability + Wordpress + Dc Api = Unique Etextbook Portal Collaboration, Lee Dotson, Bobby Ciullo, Lily Dubach, Kerri Bottorff Nov 2022

Textbook Affordability + Wordpress + Dc Api = Unique Etextbook Portal Collaboration, Lee Dotson, Bobby Ciullo, Lily Dubach, Kerri Bottorff

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

As part of a textbook affordability initiative, the University of Central Florida Libraries sought ways to inform students that hundreds of required textbooks are available for free as library eTextbooks. When other methods did not include necessary information such as a link to the eTextbook or other details, a secondary method was investigated: creating an eTextbook Portal. An eTextbook Portal serves as a searchable webpage to help students locate eTextbooks that match their courses. A collaboration between the institutional repository, textbook affordability, and web services produced this creative solution to organize and share information for each eTextbook using Digital Commons …


Personality Traits In The Workplace: Examining The Light Triad And Its Relationship With Job Satisfaction, Sarah Overton Nov 2022

Personality Traits In The Workplace: Examining The Light Triad And Its Relationship With Job Satisfaction, Sarah Overton

Scholars Week

The expanding psychological research into several “dark traits” of one’s personality (Moshagen et al., 2018) has presented a void in examining more positive characteristics. In recent years, Kaufman and colleagues (2019) developed the “Light Triad” to provide a more holistic perspective on humankind. The Light Triad is a construct encompassing benevolent personality traits, including humanism, faith in humanity, and Kantianism. Most relevant to the current study, Kaufman and colleagues (2019) found a significant relationship between the Light Triad and life satisfaction. Furthermore, life satisfaction is also positively correlated with job satisfaction (Rice et al., 1980). Given these relationships, it was …


Exploring Edi Strategies In Metadata And Cataloging, Tomeka Jackson, Jessica Serrao Oct 2022

Exploring Edi Strategies In Metadata And Cataloging, Tomeka Jackson, Jessica Serrao

Presentations

This webinar will examine EDI strategies and challenges in Metadata and Cataloging. We will first investigate what EDI is and why it is essential to this field of Librarianship. Next, we will explore a brief historical timeline that shaped the events of EDI in Metadata and Cataloging. After exploring its origins, we will examine the strategies other academic institutions have formulated, particularly our work here at Clemson University with the Digital Collections. This webinar aims to explore, analyze, and understand EDI techniques in Librarianship and how they can be added or addressed in the audience's collections. Also, we hope that …


Exploring The Role Of Emotional Stability And Remote Work As Resources In Detaching From Work, Brittany N. Ikner, Kristen Jennings Black Oct 2022

Exploring The Role Of Emotional Stability And Remote Work As Resources In Detaching From Work, Brittany N. Ikner, Kristen Jennings Black

River Cities Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference

The sizable increase in remote jobs within the last two years has led researchers to question how remote and in-person workers recover differently and what organizations can do to best facilitate their recovery from work. Yet, few empirical studies identify which individual and situational characteristics assist or inhibit recovery from work. Using Sonnentag and Fritz’s (2015) stressor-detachment model as theoretical framework, the proposed study investigates attentional resources (i.e., work location) and personal resources (i.e., emotional stability) that moderate the relationship of job stressors and well-being which is mediated by psychological detachment from work during non-work hours. Specifically, one’s levels of …


At The Corner Of Happy And Healthy: The Increasing Scope Of Pharmacists And What This Means For Healthcare, Sarah Lynch Oct 2022

At The Corner Of Happy And Healthy: The Increasing Scope Of Pharmacists And What This Means For Healthcare, Sarah Lynch

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

No abstract provided.


Predictions About The Future Of Scholarly Communication: A Friendly Review Five Years On, Robert Boissy Oct 2022

Predictions About The Future Of Scholarly Communication: A Friendly Review Five Years On, Robert Boissy

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

No abstract provided.


Connecting With Departments Through Impact Study: Nature Index Analysis For The University Of Rochester, Sarah Siddiqui, Jieer Chen Oct 2022

Connecting With Departments Through Impact Study: Nature Index Analysis For The University Of Rochester, Sarah Siddiqui, Jieer Chen

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

No abstract provided.


E-Books Need Call Numbers To Be Discoverable, Henrik Spoon, Adam Chandler, Laura Daniels Oct 2022

E-Books Need Call Numbers To Be Discoverable, Henrik Spoon, Adam Chandler, Laura Daniels

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

Call numbers play a central role in the ability of libraries to shelve books next to other books on the same or similar subject. With e-books making up an increasing proportion of library holdings, it is important that e-books can be e-shelved and discovered along with their print counterparts. At the start of 2021, e-books in the Cornell University Library Catalog did not have the same detailed classification numbers in their MARC records that print books receive. This hobbles attempts to make e-books available on virtual shelves for serendipitous discovery and to distinguish collections of e-books in related subjects like …


Learning Styles Reconsidered, Peter Tagtmeyer Oct 2022

Learning Styles Reconsidered, Peter Tagtmeyer

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

Study of individual differences in learning processes has a long history across several lines of psychology inquiry. Learning style theory (LST) is arguably a broadly recognized approach to education, embraced by educators theoretically and practically. Accommodation of individual learning styles with differential instruction is supported and endorsed globally, and well-funded. Yet empirical evidence in the literature that examines augmented learning achieved via learning styles accommodation in pedagogical practices is not compelling. Learning style theories are regularly researched in psychological and educational literature, and questions about the validity of findings persist. Currently LST research gives cause for many to regard learning …


Careful Consideration: Designing Workflows For Content Selection, Copyright, Privacy Concerns And Cultural Competency, Abby Stambach, Corinne Tabolt, Lisa Villa Oct 2022

Careful Consideration: Designing Workflows For Content Selection, Copyright, Privacy Concerns And Cultural Competency, Abby Stambach, Corinne Tabolt, Lisa Villa

Staff publications

Archives & Distinctive Collections at the College of the Holy Cross is digitizing key components of the Deaf Catholic Archives. This presentation introduces this hidden collection and describes workflows to address such complex issues as content selection, privacy, and permissions while incorporating the nuances of Deaf culture in all processes.


Person, (Place,) Or Thing: Centering People With Caring Language And The Acknowledgement Of Performance, Kiley Jolicoeur Oct 2022

Person, (Place,) Or Thing: Centering People With Caring Language And The Acknowledgement Of Performance, Kiley Jolicoeur

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

This presentation details remediation work done on harmful legacy metadata as part of the Syracuse University Libraries digital collections migration of the Sideshow Performers Collection, which contains digitized images from the Ronald G. Becker Collection of Charles Eisenmann photographs. The discussion focuses on deconstructing the legacy information and reconstructing it in ways that center the individual performer depicted, rather than portraying them as a medicalized specimen.

No session recording is available, but presenter's notes are included on the slides.


Goofus And Gallant’S Guide To Textbook Cataloging, Scott Dutkiewicz Oct 2022

Goofus And Gallant’S Guide To Textbook Cataloging, Scott Dutkiewicz

Presentations

Though a long-neglected genre in academic libraries, acquisitions of textbooks are on the rise. But textbooks often do not receive adequate cataloging attention. How can catalogers improve their practices? Inspired by the Highlights for Children comic strip, this presentation discusses five “goofs” and five “gallant” practices when cataloging textbooks.


Practicing Care: A Look At The Application Of Care Ethics To Metadata Creation And Remediation, Kiley Jolicoeur Oct 2022

Practicing Care: A Look At The Application Of Care Ethics To Metadata Creation And Remediation, Kiley Jolicoeur

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

The process of creating and stewarding descriptive metadata is often approached with a focus on standardization. However, utilizing an approach grounded in care ethics to construct a relationship between the metadata creator and the people who are the creators and subjects of the archival materials can provide better descriptive metadata. The improvement is focused on allowing digital archives to give people appearing in the archive the respect and attention they deserve, as well as providing important historical information to users. This presentation details a concept-in-practice discussion of the employment of an approach grounded in care ethics on the remediation of …


Centering Our Collective Humanity Through Inclusive Leadership Practices, Annie Bélanger Oct 2022

Centering Our Collective Humanity Through Inclusive Leadership Practices, Annie Bélanger

Presentations

What if we brought the same compassion that we reserve for our users to our colleagues? This session will explore what inclusive leadership is and the traits and practices it encompasses. It will consider how leaders, whether formal and informal, can center empathy and compassion in their practice to increase equity-minded practices and fostering an inclusive organization. Attendees will be provided with approaches, frameworks, and tools to explore for their continued growth.


Meeting The Next Generation: ​ A Cross-Campus Collaboration Via A Scholarship Workshop, Lora Winters, Ruth Monnier Oct 2022

Meeting The Next Generation: ​ A Cross-Campus Collaboration Via A Scholarship Workshop, Lora Winters, Ruth Monnier

Faculty Submissions

Reaching high school students before they set foot on campus would allow writing centers to increase awareness of services while also making personal connections to students, which has been proven to increase student retention. Targeting these students can be difficult and expensive, but our writing center collaborated with library services and our admissions office to create a program about finding scholarship opportunities/writing scholarship essays that was inexpensive, targeted local high schools, and initial results indicate that this program is beneficial to our university’s recruitment efforts. We will discuss our findings and how this program could be replicated by other institutions.


Inviting Patrons To Party With Their Ancestors: Finding Resources, Creating Programs, And Forming Partnerships For Genealogy, Beth Transue, Mary Porter Oct 2022

Inviting Patrons To Party With Their Ancestors: Finding Resources, Creating Programs, And Forming Partnerships For Genealogy, Beth Transue, Mary Porter

Library Staff Presentations & Publications

Obtain an overview of major resources (especially free!) and search strategies to get your patrons started on their genealogy searches. Ideas for genealogy related programming to get more of them interested and engaged will be shared, as well as possible organizations and businesses who could provide speakers and/or low- and no-cost assistance to both your library and your patrons in this effort.

Beth Transue is the Information Literacy Librarian at Messiah University. She coordinates information literacy instruction across the undergraduate and graduate curriculum, including a robust instruction program in required first year
core courses. In her personal time, Beth enjoys …


Peer Who? Introducing Peer Review And You, Devon Olson, Zeineb Yousif, Brittany Fischer Sep 2022

Peer Who? Introducing Peer Review And You, Devon Olson, Zeineb Yousif, Brittany Fischer

Librarian Posters and Presentations

In this interactive workshop we introduce participants to the basic concept of peer review, the ways it's practiced, and go through activities designed to allow them to assess their own thoughts on peer review and what a useful review looks like.


Research Output For Usri, Malak Sadek Aug 2022

Research Output For Usri, Malak Sadek

Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference

My project is a systematic review on Neural Representations of Stimulus Category Membership Across Modalities.The review is about neural evidence for categorical perception (equivalently, dimensional modulation, perceptual warping, or representational change) induced by artificial category learning.


Osteoarthritis In Early To Middle Epipalaeolithic, Aasiyah Sheri Ms Aug 2022

Osteoarthritis In Early To Middle Epipalaeolithic, Aasiyah Sheri Ms

Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference

The study of human remains allows insight into the past. Studying an individual's bones and any diseases or abnormalities that may present themselves allows archaeologists to construct an image of what life might have been like for the individual. How old they were when they died, the type of work they did, and their overall health are all factors that can tell us a great deal about a person.


Characteristics Of Those Who Identify As ‘Incels’, Amelia Hamilton Aug 2022

Characteristics Of Those Who Identify As ‘Incels’, Amelia Hamilton

Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference

‘Incels’ are an online community of single men who endorse toxic worldviews about women stemming from their dissatisfaction with singlehood. Approximately 50 deaths have been tied to the incel community. Incels have been identified as an emerging domestic terrorism threat in Canada, the US and UK. Yet, little is known about the characteristics of this community, the potential level of threat, or what we can do to prevent this threat from escalating. In an online study of 1714 single individuals, we examined what personality traits are associated with one’s identification as an incel. Participants completed a survey consisting of various …


The Effect Of Leverage On Credit Default Swaps, Xiling Lai Aug 2022

The Effect Of Leverage On Credit Default Swaps, Xiling Lai

Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference

The research investigates the effect of leverage on the pricing of Credit Default Swaps (CDS) and focuses on key sectors of the economy: Technology, Financials, Consumer Staples and Industrials. CDS are financial instruments that were developed a few decades ago and have become more widely used in financial markets for hedging credit exposures. Given their prevalence in financial markets, it is important to understand how CDS spreads change when reference entities modify their capital structure.

In the regression analysis, the level of CDS spread is used as dependent variable, and the standardized relative leverage is used as independent variable. My …