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Albatross: Rolling on a sea of data
Big deals and journal package incentives are an increasing reality for academic libraries, yet the solutions for evaluating these package scenarios in a timely, cost-effective manner are few. The proliferation of these ...
VLA Writing Academy
The Virginia Libraries Editorial Board invites participants from all types of libraries or library degree programs to this hands-on Writing Academy session. Join us for a discussion of writing goals, the writing process, ...
ETDplus: Supporting the Evolution of ETD Research Products
(Educopia Institute, 2016)
ETDplus builds on the momentum of the Lifecycle Management of ETDs project to research and build tools to help manage a growing challenge in ETD programs: the creation and submission of materials beyond the PDF of a thesis ...
Communicating Research to the Public through ETDs
This was a presentation for the CAUS Construction Engineering Research Methods course, CNST-5084, taught by Dr. Annie Pearce. The focus of the April 26, 2016, class was "Communicating Research to the Public." It was organized ...
Revising the Bottom Line: Advocacy and Adding Value for Students
Invited presentation to the 2016 Textbook Affordability Conference at University of California, Davis. #2016TAC
If I could turn back time: Looking back at 2+ years of DMP consulting at Virginia Tech.
Presented as part of the DMPs and Public Access: Agency and Data Service Experiences at RDAP 2016.
VIVO + SHARE: An Institutional Perspective
A presentation given on March 11, 2016 as part of the DuraSpace Hot Topics Series.
Text and Data Mining for Systematic Reviews: Investigating Trends to Update Collaboration Services
When discussing project planning for systematic reviews and meta-analyses with faculty and graduate students, librarians sometimes hear wistful inquiries about automated approaches. Systematic reviews (SRs) require management, ...
Reaching Over the Fence: Building Partnerships With New Teaching Neighbors
As more contingent faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and other new instructors move into the instructional neighborhood, librarians face a familiar challenge: collaborating with teaching and learning partners who may ...
Building a Balanced Portfolio: Investing in TAs and Other Contingent Faculty
This presentation explores approaches for collaborating with course instructors to move beyond the one-shot workshop, using library engagement with first year writing at a large university as a case study. With increasing ...