The University Libraries provides high-quality video recording and live video streaming services for scholarly events (lectures, speaker series, conference keynotes, etc.) on or close to campus, especially for scholarly events held in Newman Library. We are available to capture conference keynotes, research forums, and final project presentations. These events must be Virginia Tech-sponsored events, and cannot be course recordings, candidate presentations, social events, or marketing videos. For more information please follow University Libraries Event Capture Service.

Recent Submissions

  • Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness - Opening Ceremony 

    Cook, Samuel R.; de Hernandez, Anthony Wright; Pannabecker, Virginia; Winn, Samantha R.; Walters, Tyler O.; McVoy, Elizabeth (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2016-09-16)
    This is the opening ceremony for the Native Voices exhibit. The exhibit examines concepts of health and medicine among contemporary American Indian, Alaska native, and Native Hawai'ian people. The traveling exhibition, ...
  • Native voices: Native peoples' concepts of health and illness - Panel discussion 

    Bowers, Mike; Copeland, Nick; Ferguson, Victoria; Hester, Rebecca; Hey, Mae; Cook, Sam; Pannabecker, Virginia; Trinkle, David (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2016-09-20)
    This panel discussion was a joint effort between University Libraries, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, and American Indian Studies. Virginia Pannabecker, Health, Life Science, and Scholarly Communications ...
  • Transforming the role of women in development projects: from sideline to spotlight 

    Neilan, Angela (2016-09-08)
    Angela Neilan, Associate Director of Innovation of Agricultural Training and Education (InnovATE) and Program Manager for Armenia Virginia Tech, will discuss the inclusion of women in VT international development projects ...
  • Open Access: Faculty and graduate student panel discussion 

    Haas, Carola; King, Scott; Burke, Alison K.; Engel, Sascha; Obilade, Titilola; Ernst, Jeremy V. (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2015-10-19)
    The Open Access Week panel discussion includes Virginia Tech graduate students, faculty, and alumni who have been involved in open access publishing from the author and editor perspectives. Each will relate their experience ...
  • 2015 Open Access Week Keynote Address: Victoria Stodden 

    Stodden, Victoria (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2015-11-03)
    Victoria Stodden gave the keynote address for Open Access Week 2015. "Scholarly communication in the era of big data and big computation" was sponsored by the University Libraries, Computational Modeling and Data Analytics, ...
  • Virginia Tech Authors Recognition 

    Virginia Tech. University Libraries (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2016-02-29)
    Sponsored by the University Libraries, in partnership with the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, and Virginia Tech's Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, ...
  • Digital Empowerment: African Women and Creative Media 

    Neff, Ali Colleen
    Drawing from seven years' research with women singers, dancers, emcees, and ritual practitioners in Senegal and beyond, Dr. Neff examines the ways in which ethnic traditions intersect with the possibility of digital futures. ...
  • Open Education Week 2016 Keynote: Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener 

    Biswas-Diener, Robert
    In this presentation, Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener outlines the key points of the open education philosophy. He addresses common criticisms of open education and presents case studies to support his assertions. In particular, ...
  • Living in the Anthropocene: Science, Sustainability and Society 

    Tewksbury, Joshua
    Dr. Joshua Tewksbury is an ecologist, conservation biologist, and planetary health scientist with experience both in academia and in civil society. In addition to his appointment at Future Earth, Tewksbury is also a research ...
  • Why Manage Data? 

    DeBose, Kyrille; Nicholls, Natsuko
    In this presentation, Virginia Tech's Kiri DeBose, College Librarian for Natural Resources and Environment and Animal Sciences, and Natsuko Nicholls, Research Data Consultant, discuss the importance of managing research ...
  • Data Management Bootcamp 2016: Andi Ogier 

    Ogier, Andrea
    In this brief talk, Andi Ogier, Virginia Tech Libraries' Associate Director of Data Services, discusses services offered by the VT Libraries to help researchers manage, publish, and curate their data.
  • Data Management Bootcamp 2016: Neal Vines 

    Vines, Neal
    Neal Vines, Director for Information Technology and Distance Education for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, provides a summary of data needs and issues from the perspective of an academic college IT director.
  • Data Management Bootcamp 2016: Ginny Pannabecker 

    Pannabecker, Virginia
    Following a session on "Writing for Data Management," presentation attendees applied what they learned while playing a Data Management Bingo game to identify good and bad data management practices from sample data management ...
  • Protocols Related to Data 

    Krupar, Ellen
    In this presentation, Virginia Tech's College Librarian for Business, Ellen Krupar, discusses services offered by the University Libraries to help researchers better understand research protocols.
  • Why Manage Data? Writing Data Management Plans 

    Nicholls, Natsuko
    In this half-hour presentation, Virginia Tech University Libraries' data consultant Natsuko Nicholls provides an introduction to developing data management plans.
  • Data Management Bootcamp 2016: Shane Coleman 

    Coleman, R. Shane
    In this brief talk, Virginia Tech Libraries' Data Curator Shane Coleman covers services offered by the Virginia Tech University Libraries to help researchers manage, publish, and curate their data.
  • Schnabel Engineering Lecture: Entrepreneurship in Civil Engineering 

    Wissmann, Kord J. (Virginia Tech, 2016-01-25)
    Have you ever wondered why there aren't many start-up companies in our world of Civil Engineering? Dr. Wissmann explores this question and delves into the drivers, key ingredients, and fundamentals needed to run a successful ...
  • Open Educational Resources: Institutional Costs and Benefits 

    Watson, Charles Edward (Virginia Tech, 2015-11-16)
    What are Open Educational Resources? What are the costs and benefits to my institution of an OER initiative? What efforts are needed to get OER projects and programs started? How much do they cost and why? How can they be ...
  • Supporting Faculty OER Exploration, Adoption, Adaptation, and Authoring 

    Watson, Charles Edward (Virginia Tech, 2015-11-16)
    What are open educational resources? Why is the OER movement growing in popularity in higher education? Who is using and creating OER? Why? How can you use what you already know to assist faculty in adopting and creating ...

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