Tag Archive: publishing

Oct 04

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Lyons & Blosser

Many thanks to Lucy Eleonore Lyons and John Blosser, who shared information about their recently published article. Congratulations, Lucy and John! John is the Head of the Department of Electronic Resources and Collection Analysis, and Lucy is the Coordinator for Collection Analysis in the same department, within the University Library at Northwestern University. Lyons, L. E., …

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Aug 28

New Scholarly Publishing Model

From The Scientist: “Opinion: Transparency in Science Publishing,” August 28, 2012 The first substantially new business model to hit science publishing was open access, which we launched with Biomed Central over a decade ago.  After a long interregnum, publishers and scientists are clearly now primed for more radical change.  F1000 Research is very pleased to be …

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Aug 07

Blow Your Own Horn

Librarians, don’t be shy! ACRL ULS wants to start conversations about *your* recent research and publications. Have you had an article published in a journal or trade publication recently? How about a book? An upcoming conference presentation? We love to spread the word about ULS members who are doing creative, innovative work. Send your publication …

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Jul 20

Share Your News, ULSers!

Librarians, don’t be shy! ACRL ULS wants to start conversations about *your* recent research and publications! Have you had an article published in a journal or trade publication recently? How about a book? An upcoming conference presentation? ULS loves to spread the word about our members who are doing creative, innovative work! Send your publication …

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Jul 11

Update on the Elsevier Boycott

The Cost of Knowledge Website indicates that the Elsevier Boycott continues to grow. The signatories now number 12,324 researchers in all fields from around the world. What do librarians and faculty on your campus have to say about the boycott? The Cost of Knowledge Blog has a great deal of information if you want to …

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Jun 27

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Gaffney

Many thanks to Megan Gaffney, who shared information about her recently published article. Congratulations, Megan! Megan is the coordinator of Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services at the University of Delaware Library. Gaffney, M. (2012). Interlibrary loan requests for locally available materials: WorldCat Local’s impact. College & Research Libraries, 73(1), 68-77. Retrieved from http://crl.acrl.org/content/73/1.toc


May 01

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Bailin

Many thanks to Kylie Bailin for sharing information about her recent publication and presentation. Congratulations, Kylie! Kylie Bailin is Outreach Team Leader of the Science, Engineering & Medicine Unit, UNSW Library, The University of New South Wales. Bailin, K. (2011). Changes in academic library space: A case study at the University of New South Wales. Australian Academic & …

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Apr 11

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Nickel

Many thanks to Lisa T. Nickel for sharing information about her recent publication. Congratulations, Lisa! Lisa T. Nickel is the Head of Access Services, J. Murrey Atkins Library, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Dixon, K. L., & Nickel, L. T. (2012). MetaWHAT?: Training access services staff to partner in digital projects metadata creation. College & Research …

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Mar 27

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Bailey

Since no one else has volunteered a recent publication, I will post information about my own! Jody Bailey is a reference and instruction librarian and liaison to the Interdisciplinary Studies Program and the Departments of Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Philosophy and Classics at the University of Texas at Arlington. Bailey, J. (2012). Informal screencasting: Results of …

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Mar 16

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Solberg

Judy Solberg (Director of Public Service and Coordinator, Learning Commons Partnership, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, Seattle University) is the first to share information about her recently published scholarly article. Thanks, Judy! Solberg, J. (2011). Becoming learning commons partners: Working towards a shared vision and practice. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 8(3), …

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