By Catherine Pepper, Heather K. Moberly, and Gail P. Clement, Texas A&M University | Apr 13, 2015
Texas A&M University Libraries has minted nearly 17,000 ORCID iDs, integrating the researcher identifiers into the thesis and dissertation workflows of graduate students, and developing a robust outreach and education program.
Have you ever wondered whether you would flourish or flounder while managing a one-person library? If you would like to explore whether you have the skills and personality for the job, take this fun and enlightening checklist drawn from the new book "Managing the One-Person Library."
Congratulations to Molly D. Boyd, University of Arkansas, and Kelly Visnak, University of Wyoming, who won the new second (2nd) edition of "The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences" at ACRL 2015 in Portland, Oregon.
The self-paced online Librarian Certification Program from Mendeley covers functionality, how to demonstrate Mendeley, and how to promote it to users. Incentives include Mendeley promotional material valued up to $250 and a free premium upgrade for 500 users at the librarian’s institution.
View the webinar, download the slides and link to resources from the Feb. 26, 2015 event with Judith Coffey Russell, University of Florida; Alicia Wise, Elsevier; Michael Witt, Purdue University; and James Toon, University of Edinburgh.
Data-mining tools are being used to ask questions none of us could imagine answering before. This article explores the librarian’s role in data mining and provides an example of a collection of data mining experiments in digital humanities.