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Towards Use And Reuse Driven Big Data Management
We propose a use and reuse driven big data management approach that fuses the data repository and data processing capabilities in a co-located, public cloud. It answers to the urgent data management needs from the growing ...
Academic Libraries: How do we put it all together, become agile, and adapt?
(Virginia Tech, 2018-11-07)
An Investigation of ETDs as Prior Publications: Findings from the 2011 NDLTD Publishers' Survey
(14th International Symposium on ETDs, 2011-09)
Do publishers and editors of scholarly journals view theses and dissertations that are readily available on the Internet and through convenient Web browsers as prior publications? This has been a topic of discussion for ...
A Tale of Two [Open] Textbooks
Successful creation and adaptation of open textbooks relies on mastery of multiple parallel processes: analysis of market gaps and needs, author communication and negotiation, copyright/open licensing practices, funding ...
Using a Library Learning Object Repository to Empower Teaching Excellence for Distance Students
In 2015, in response to the findings of an online learning needs assessment, two librarians and a web developer began creating a library learning object repository. This repository would ensure that distance learners were ...
Librarians as guests in the classroom: Making the most of a one-shot
This presentation discusses best practices for making the optimal use of a one-shot instruction session. Participants had the chance to discuss their experiences and learn techniques to engage students and maximize student ...
Distant but Equal: Leveling the Playing Field through Increased Library Presence for Online and Distance Education Students
Online and distance learning across one research university’s main and extended campuses has been decentralized and complex. To add to this complexity, the University Libraries’ programs and services have also spanned ...
Revising the Bottom Line: Advocacy and Adding Value for Students
Invited presentation to the 2016 Textbook Affordability Conference at University of California, Davis. #2016TAC
Blazing a Trail for Literacy Exploration Through Design Thinking
As learners navigate increasingly complex information wilds and explore new forms of creation, libraries are discussing and supporting a variety of literacies, including data, invention, health, information, media, visual, ...
Developing Studio Spaces as Catalysts for Innovative and Collaborative Pedagogy
As higher education shifts to meet the needs of modern students and employers, libraries have become much more than spaces to hold a collection of books. Both the media and the functions of the spaces have changed, and ...