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Full-Text Articles in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard Apr 2016

Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard

Jaimie Beth Colvin

No abstract provided.


Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard Apr 2016

Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard

Marc Vinyard

No abstract provided.


Interactive Visualization: Video Walls For Collaborative Research And Discovery (Snapshot Of Curve), Krista Graham, Khyle Hannan, Joseph Hurley, Bryan Sinclair Nov 2015

Interactive Visualization: Video Walls For Collaborative Research And Discovery (Snapshot Of Curve), Krista Graham, Khyle Hannan, Joseph Hurley, Bryan Sinclair

Joe A. Hurley

Discusses large-scale video walls in libraries designed for collaboration that can change users’ perspective and reframe and amplify digital content in shared physical spaces. Georgia State University Library’s newly-opened CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment features a 24-by-4.5-foot, high-resolution CURVE interactWall that expands student and faculty access to digital resources, data visualization, and more.


Measuring Risk In Business And Economics: Possibility Of Loss Or Dispersion Of Outcomes, Shyam Sunder Dec 2014

Measuring Risk In Business And Economics: Possibility Of Loss Or Dispersion Of Outcomes, Shyam Sunder

Shyam Sunder

No abstract provided.


Spirituality In School Counseling Practice And Implications For School Counseling Education.Pptx, Richard Justin Silvey Dec 2014

Spirituality In School Counseling Practice And Implications For School Counseling Education.Pptx, Richard Justin Silvey

Richard Justin Silvey

No abstract provided.


Empowering Latina Immigrant Youth Through Culturally Relevant Group Work, Amy Cook, Laura Hayden, Esmaeil Mahdavi, Arthur Mccann Dec 2014

Empowering Latina Immigrant Youth Through Culturally Relevant Group Work, Amy Cook, Laura Hayden, Esmaeil Mahdavi, Arthur Mccann

Laura A Hayden

This session presents ways to implement a culturally sensitive intervention among Latina youth, incorporating life and academic skills and co-created physical activity. Discussion will focus on the application of youth empowerment to group work and promoting students’ personal and social responsibility. Sample lesson plans will be provided.


Scu Mission Santa Clara Manuscript Collection, Erin M. Louthen, Thomas Farrell Dec 2014

Scu Mission Santa Clara Manuscript Collection, Erin M. Louthen, Thomas Farrell

Staff publications, research, and presentations

This presentation describes the process of organizing, describing, and digitizing one of Santa Clara University's most important archival collections, the Mission Santa Clara manuscripts, a wide-ranging group of records, journals, correspondence and documents. The collection provides a view of the early days of colonization in the Santa Clara Valley and the growth of the mission culture.


Scu Mission Santa Clara Manuscript Collection, Erin M. Louthen, Thomas Farrell Dec 2014

Scu Mission Santa Clara Manuscript Collection, Erin M. Louthen, Thomas Farrell

Staff publications, research, and presentations

This presentation describes the process of organizing, creating a finding aid, and digitizing one of Santa Clara's most important archival collections, the Mission manuscripts. These letters, records, journals, and documents offer a view into the life of colonial California in the 18th and 19th century.


What Does Your Repository Do?: Understanding And Calculating Impact, Margaret Heller Dec 2014

What Does Your Repository Do?: Understanding And Calculating Impact, Margaret Heller

Margaret Heller

Librarians working in scholarly communications need to understand how to calculate and explain how including work in a repository affects its impact. This presentation describes the current state of research and practice into metrics for repositories including traditional metrics and newer alternative metrics, and some preliminary results of a research study assessing the usage and impact of a Digital Commons repository.


Going The Distance: Best Practices In Designing And Sharing Reusable Learning Objects, Philip Russell Dec 2014

Going The Distance: Best Practices In Designing And Sharing Reusable Learning Objects, Philip Russell

Philip Russell

This paper presents an overview of the suite of online interactive tutorials that have been developed at the Institute of Technology Tallaght (ITT Dublin); with a particular emphasis on best practices for pedagogy and instructional design in terms of creating eLearning tools. The author also details how these learning objects have been made available for reuse on a national and international basis as open educational resources via online repositories


Scholarworks In Seven (7) Minutes, Charlotte Roh Dec 2014

Scholarworks In Seven (7) Minutes, Charlotte Roh

Charlotte Roh

This is a presentation to library staff about ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst, the institutional repository. It includes a brief marketing presentation for faculty and secret slides for librarian training. Please feel free to use and reuse - CCBY.


Learning To Give A Hoot: Open Access Workflows For Academic Librarians (Oawal), Jill Emery Dec 2014

Learning To Give A Hoot: Open Access Workflows For Academic Librarians (Oawal), Jill Emery

Jill Emery

Graham Stone and Jill Emery have been working to try to develop an outline of some of the best practices for managing open access workflow management in academic libraries. In March 2014, we went live with OAWAL (pronounced owl): a crowdsourced blog/wiki to develop some of these practices and learn what innovators and experts in the field of scholarly communications and open access management have been doing. Our project is international in scope and relies heavily on countries such as the UK where country mandates are driving the development of workflows and management tools. This presentation will focus on ...


Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard Dec 2014

Mario Hacks The Shush Castle, Paul V. Stenis, Jaimie Beth Colvin, Mary Ann Naumann, Marc Vinyard

Marc Vinyard

No abstract provided.


A Librarian As A Managing Editor, Erin E. Rushton Dec 2014

A Librarian As A Managing Editor, Erin E. Rushton

Library Scholarship

Four years ago, Binghamton University Libraries was presented with an unique proposal. The School of Nursing was planning to take ownership of the OA journal,Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, and the new editor asked if the Libraries would assist with the editorial and managerial process. Erin Rushton, Web Services and Nursing Librarian, was named Managing Editor. She helps support the publishing system and prepares the pdfs for publication. She also ensures the journal is indexed and preserved in the Libraries’ preservation system. Many research libraries support alternative publication models through membership and through scholarly communications programs ...


A Positive Latitude - Georeferencing And Archives, Tom Belton Nov 2014

A Positive Latitude - Georeferencing And Archives, Tom Belton

Western Libraries Presentations

A presentation regarding a proposed research agenda to determine the advantages and feasibility of using georeferencing and maps to provide access to, or visualize, resources in archival institutions and databases.


The Importance Of Data, Information, And Knowledge In Scholarly Communication., Carol Tenopir Nov 2014

The Importance Of Data, Information, And Knowledge In Scholarly Communication., Carol Tenopir

DataONE Sociocultural and Usability & Assessment Working Groups

No abstract provided.


Remembering Evelyn, Lisa K. Miller Nov 2014

Remembering Evelyn, Lisa K. Miller

DLPS Faculty Publications

This is a Powerpoint presentation shown at the November 21, 2014 Evelyn Thurman Young Readers Book Award Luncheon held in the Kentucky Building at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The travel slides were loaned to WKU Libraries by Miss Thurman's nephews, Jeff Newton and Steve Newton.


What Is The Deep Web, And Why Should You Care?, Patrick K. Morgan Nov 2014

What Is The Deep Web, And Why Should You Care?, Patrick K. Morgan

Faculty Presentations

This presentation was intended to present a basic introduction for faculty to both the Deep Web and the problematic role played by creators and administrators of information products in undergraduate education.


Synthesizing Qualitative Research, Ronald J. Chenail Nov 2014

Synthesizing Qualitative Research, Ronald J. Chenail

The Qualitative Report Conference

Systematic reviews of research literature have emerged as important tools in evidence-based practice. The importance of qualitative research findings in this pursuit has led to the development of meta-synthesis approaches creating new interpretations from primary qualitative findings. A step-by-step process for conducting such a qualitative meta-synthesis will be shared.


It's A Process: Mentally Preparing For Iterative Manuscript Development, Karen Wilson Scott Nov 2014

It's A Process: Mentally Preparing For Iterative Manuscript Development, Karen Wilson Scott

The Qualitative Report Conference

No abstract provided.


Teaching The Next Generation Of Qualitative Researchers, Ronald J. Chenail Nov 2014

Teaching The Next Generation Of Qualitative Researchers, Ronald J. Chenail

The Qualitative Report Conference

The next generation of qualitative researchers will be able to demonstrate their conceptual, perceptual, executive, evaluative, and professional skills in mastering designing, conducting, and presenting qualitative research competencies. To achieve these outcomes educators of these new qualitative researchers will need to create transparent environments that facilitate active learning through a supportive relationship of performance and feedback all leading to the creation of meaningful real-world products.


Getting Published: Journey Into An Editor's Mind, Sally St. George, Dan Wulff Nov 2014

Getting Published: Journey Into An Editor's Mind, Sally St. George, Dan Wulff

The Qualitative Report Conference

In this workshop we will reveal specifically what the editors of TQR are looking for in terms of content and writing style when they read manuscripts. In a frank presentation we will also tell you what “bugs” us when we are working on the rewriting process.


Academic And Commercial Qualitative Research: The Best Of Both Worlds, Ronald J. Chenail Nov 2014

Academic And Commercial Qualitative Research: The Best Of Both Worlds, Ronald J. Chenail

The Qualitative Report Conference

With apologies to George Bernard Shaw, academic qualitative research and commercial qualitative research have been “two countries separated by a common language,” but this cultural divide has its positives because these divergent customs present opportunities for mutual innovation. Today we will explore these differences and offer enhancements for both worlds.


Rethinking The Information Commons, Joanne Britton, Helene Lafrance Nov 2014

Rethinking The Information Commons, Joanne Britton, Helene Lafrance

Staff publications, research, and presentations

Is your library considering the “information commons” model? Come and hear about some of the successes and challenges that Santa Clara University has experienced. In this interactive program, we will explain why we decided to redesign the Information Commons after five years and how we went about it. This session will delve into topics such as consolidation of service desks, students’ changing expectations, alternative models for reference, and the importance of assessment before implementing changes.


A Commons For The Digital Age - Flipping The Commons Into The Cloud, D. Russell Bailey Nov 2014

A Commons For The Digital Age - Flipping The Commons Into The Cloud, D. Russell Bailey

D. Russell Bailey

For the Pringee School's 2014 "Learning in Commons" conference, Dr. D. Russell Bailey presented on library commons models, including that of the Phillips Memorial Library+Commons, and their integration with cloud-based services and resources. Conference information is available at http://www.pingree.org/page.cfm?p=3113


Becoming An Educator, Naveen Jonathan Nov 2014

Becoming An Educator, Naveen Jonathan

Marriage and Family Therapy Faculty Presentations

Discusses employment options for Marriage & Family Therapists.


Using Perceptual Maps For Career And College Counseling, Oscar T. Mcknight, Kerri Carmichael, Gregory Pollock Nov 2014

Using Perceptual Maps For Career And College Counseling, Oscar T. Mcknight, Kerri Carmichael, Gregory Pollock

Oscar T McKnight Ph.D.

Perceptual mapping is a modeling technique used in business to visually display relationships and perceptions of customers. In business, perceptual maps are often called product positioning maps. Conceptually, perceptual maps foster a better and deeper understanding of products and services in terms of public perception or actual outcomes. In short, marketers attempt to position products, product line, and brand or company type relative to their competition or competency. For counselors, this process facilitates open and honest discussion relative to personal expectations and goals. This presentation reviews how to interpret and use a Perceptual Map given a multiple variable (axis) system ...


Digital Commons @ Ksu Libraries, Tom Klingler, Elizabeth A. Richardson Nov 2014

Digital Commons @ Ksu Libraries, Tom Klingler, Elizabeth A. Richardson

Elizabeth A Richardson

Digital Commons @ Kent State University Libraries is a suite of services that showcase KSU scholarship. This session will demonstrate how you can use these services, including department-based Academic Communities, individual SelectedWorks pages, Galleries of images and other visual scholarship, peer reviewed Journal Publishing, and Conference & Event hosting.


Just A Click Away: One Academic Library's Experience With Patron-Driven Streaming Video Licensing, Anita Foster, Anne Shelley Nov 2014

Just A Click Away: One Academic Library's Experience With Patron-Driven Streaming Video Licensing, Anita Foster, Anne Shelley

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

This presentation was given at the 2014 Charleston Conference.


Managing Digitization, Kathryn Michaelis, Jeremy Bright, Olivia Carlisle Nov 2014

Managing Digitization, Kathryn Michaelis, Jeremy Bright, Olivia Carlisle

University Library Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.