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  1. Collaboration with Undergraduate Research Office to Create "Join the Research Conversation" Workshop

    Black, Elizabeth L.
    The Join the Research Conversation workshop introduces students to undergraduate research and supports them in the difficult task of identifying potential faculty research mentors on campus through the context of Scholarship as a Conversation. It is one offering of a multifaceted collaborative partnership with the Undergraduate Research Office.

  2. Supplementary Materials for "The Out Loud Assignment: Articulating Library Contributions to First-Year Student Success"

    Black, Elizabeth L.; Murphy, Sarah Anne
    The project assessed the impact of a library assignment offered to students during their first term on campus at a large public research university. Findings revealed the assignment had a greater impact on regional campus students in contrast to the larger central campus, where changes in admission requirements has created an increasingly high-performing cohort of first-year students. Other indicators which may better locally articulate library contributions to student success are needed. The supplementary materials are PDFs of the instructor preview of the interactive online assignment delivered to students via the campus learning management system. The files are numbered in the order...

  3. Discern, Question, and Resist

    Vinopal, Jennifer
    On the critical need to see and challenge bias in our work, our data, our tools, our organizations, and our profession, and on our power to make social change.

  4. Library IT Projects As Drivers Of Organizational Change

    Vinopal, Jennifer
    The "apartness" of Library IT within the modern research library is related to the kinds of mythologizing, stereotyping, and storytelling about both IT and libraries that we see in popular culture and reproduce in our own settings. Even as we continually rethink "the research library for the 21st century," these mental models can prevent the change we want to see. This talk explores the possibilities for rethinking IT and library initiatives to advance a more holistic, systemic way of understanding, envisioning, and accomplishing our work together.

  5. Strengthening the Small Library: Creating Opportunities for Archives Development

    Schneider, Tina; Cleary, Calvin
    Academic libraries naturally support the people and programs at their home institution. For many libraries, however, another area of that support involves collaboration with and outreach to the general public. There are many ways an academic library can work with local organizations. These partnerships are often referred to as “town-and-gown” relationships, and they can give both communities access to services and materials they may not otherwise be able to afford. Town-and-gown relationships can bring new kinds of patrons and recognition to campus or enable financial support for large, shared projects. In small or rural communities where resources are not necessarily...

  6. Research Needs and Learning Format Preferences of Graduate Students at a Large Public University: An Exploratory Study

    Bussell, Hilary; Hagman, Jessica; Guder, Christopher S.
    This article reports on a study of research needs and learning preferences of graduate students at a public research university. A sequential exploratory mixed-method design was used, with a survey instrument developed from an initial qualitative stage. Significant differences were found between master’s and doctoral students’ and on-campus and online students’ confidence with several research skills. Graduate students overall prefer asynchronous online options and in-person workshops over synchronous online instruction and in-class presentations for learning research skills. The article concludes with a discussion of the value of the sequential exploratory mixed-method design for informing practice at an individual institution.

  7. Microelectrochemical Characterization of the Effect of Rare Earth Inhibitors on the Localized Corrosion of AA2024-T3

    Li, Jichao; Hurley, Belinda; Buchheit, Rudolph
    The inhibition effect of three rare earth metals (REMs), Ce3+, La3+ and Pr3+, on the electrochemical properties of synthesized single-phase intermetallic compounds (IMCs) representing phases commonly found in AA2024-T3 were studied and compared with chromate inhibition. REM additions had little effect on corrosion potential, pitting potential and icorr in short-term tests. This is in contrast to effects observed with chromate inhibitor additions where the pitting potential was seen to increase dramatically. All three REMs decreased the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) kinetics on each synthesized phase, but none as much as chromate. The results in these studies are consistent with the idea that inhibition by REMs...

  8. Inhibition Performance Study of Vanadate on AA2024-T3 at High Temperature by SEM, FIB, Raman and XPS

    Li, Jichao; Hurley, Belinda; Buchheit, Rudolph
    The inhibition of AA2024-T3 by vanadate at temperatures ranging from 10◦ to 80◦C was studied using various characterization techniques. SEM showed that in the presence of vanadate, no corrosion was observed on any intermetallic particles, including the reactive Al2CuMg (S phase) at temperatures up to 50◦C. Although trenching occurred around the S phase particles when solution temperature increased to 70◦C and above, S phase was protected by vanadate-bearing film. Raman spectroscopy showed a peak indicating polymeric vanadate, which increased in intensity with increasing temperature with the highest intensity at 80◦C. The high vanadium concentration at 80◦C was attributed to fast reduction reaction kinetics of vanadate...

  9. Unlocking the Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States

    Baich, Tina; Dethloff, Nora; Miller, Brian
    A newly revised Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States was approved in 2016, the 100th anniversary of its first appearance. This article outlines the 2-year, iterative revision process undertaken by the ALA RUSA STARS Codes, Guidelines, and Technical Standards Committee, including the results of two public surveys and significant changes to the Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States. The authors hope to provide a template for future revisions and share the process with the entire interlibrary loan community.

  10. From Training to Learning: Developing Student Employees Through Experiential Learning Design

    Bussell, Hilary; Hagman, Jessica
    In this chapter, the authors argue for moving student employee training programs beyond a sole focus on training students for effective service, to training based on experiential learning (EL) principles. The authors describe the development of an experiential approach for two student positions in the Ohio University Libraries’ social media and video production work. The chapter concludes with a discussion of the challenges in this approach, and addresses issues of scaling the model to larger student employment programs.

  11. Assessing Librarian Expectations Before and After LibGuides Implementation

    Anderson, Katie E.; Springs, Gene R.
    This study evaluated librarian expectation and experience before and after the implementation of the LibGuides platform at an ARL member institution. Two surveys were distributed to librarians responsible for subject research guides, one to determine expectations before the introduction of LibGuides and one to determine if and how those expectations were or were not met following adoption of the platform. Findings indicate that, after implementation, LibGuides were updated more often and used more frequently for both instruction and reference than the previously used subject guides. This study can aid other libraries in planning similar implementations of LibGuides at their institutions.

  12. Write up! A Study of Copyright Information on Library-Published Journals

    Schlosser, Melanie
    INTRODUCTION Libraries have a mission to educate users about copyright, and library publishing staff are often involved in that work. This article investigates a concrete point of intersection between the two areas - copyright statements on library-published journals. METHODS Journals published by members of the Library Publishing Coalition were examined for open access status, type and placement of copyright information, copyright ownership, and open licensing. RESULTS Journals in the sample were overwhelmingly (93%) open access. 80% presented copyright information of some kind, but only 30% of those included it at both the journal and the article level. Open licensing was...

  13. Trusted Librarian: Service Model Offers Best Practices for New Subject Librarians

    Franks, Tina P.
    As we compete in the global market of information providers, librarians can advance by better understanding how corporations conduct business and provide services. According to the principles discussed in The Trusted Advisor (Maister, Green, & Galford, 2000), constituents may value trust more than discipline expertise. Business books often discuss trust building, which is viewed as a necessity for building professional success. Discipline expertise is a valuable commodity, but librarians who fail to build trust with constituents may struggle to engage them. This is a best practices piece that identifies successful trust-building techniques that foster relationships between librarian and constituent.

  14. Good Grief! Children and Comics

    Abate, Michelle Ann; Sanders, Joe Sutliff
    1. How Comics Became Kids' Stuff, Joe Sutliff Sanders. -- 2. "Let's Go Exploring!": Illustrating Childhood Development in Calvin and Hobbes, James Curtis. -- 3. Traumatic Origins: Orphanhood and the Superhero, Jennifer Duggan. -- 4. Striking Camp: Empowerment and Re-Presentation in Lumberjanes, Kyle Eveleth. -- 5. The Great American Graphic Novel: Jeff Smith's Bone and Its Influences, Annette Wannamaker. -- 6. There Are Some Things You Can't Fix with a Magic Wand: Politics in Children's Comics, Camila Z. Tessler. -- 7. The Character in the Mask: An Analysis of Mask in Art Spiegelman's Maus, Taraneh Matloob Haghanikar.

  15. Motor-Cognitive Dual-Task Training in Persons With Neurologic Disorders: A Systematic Review

    Fritz, Nora E.; Cheek, Fern; Nichols-Larsen, Deborah S.
    Background and Purpose: Deficits in motor-cognitive dual tasks (eg, walking while talking) are common in individuals with neurologic conditions. This review was conducted to determine the effectiveness of motor-cognitive dual-task training (DTT) compared with usual care on mobility and cognition in individuals with neurologic disorders. Methods: Databases searched were Biosis, CINAHL, ERIC, PsychInfo, EBSCO Psychological & Behavioral, PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Knowledge. Eligibility criteria were studies of adults with neurologic disorders that included DTT, and outcomes of gait or balance were included. Fourteen studies met inclusion criteria. Participants were subjects with brain injury, Parkinson disease (PD), and Alzheimer disease (AD)....

  16. If You Build It, Will They Fund? Making Research Data Management Sustainable

    Erway, Ricky; Rinehart, Amanda
    Data management underpins current and future research, funder mandates, open access initiatives, researchers’ reputations, and institutional ranking. While it is widely recognized that it’s necessary to provide data management support, recognition that it requires sustainable funding is slower in coming.

  17. Jumping Head First – OSU’s Image Collections Migration

    Reese, Terry; Kebe, Ousmane
    Poster created for Hydra Connect 2015 to describe The Ohio State University Libraries' migration process from the legacy Media Manager system to the Libraries' new application infrastructure.

  18. Learning Style Dimensions and Professional Characteristics of Academic Librarians

    Rinehart, Amanda; Sharkey, Jennifer; Kahl, Chad
    Do librarians with different characteristics, such as type of work responsibilities or age, have different learning styles? The authors analyzed results from over 1,500 responses to a version of the Index of Learning Styles (ILS) questionnaire based on the Felder-Silverman Learning Styles model. This model consists of eight dimensions paired on four scales: Active/Reflective; Sensing/Intuitive; Visual/Verbal; and Sequential/Global. In addition to their scores on the ILS questionnaire, respondents were also asked about demographic and professional characteristics. Statistically significant differences in learning style scores were found to exist between librarians with different types of position responsibilities. In particular, for three out...

  19. Getting emotional about data: The soft side of data management services

    Rinehart, Amanda
    Publisher does not allow open access until after publication

  20. Engaged Librarian Forum Data Case Studies

    Swanson, Juleah
    This work includes five case studies and discussion questions created as a teaching activity for the Engaged Librarian Forum on September 18, 2014 at The Ohio State University Libraries.

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