OLPD/EdPa 8011 Doctoral Research Seminar

Hi --

Here is the link to the library handout for the class presentation on Sat, Nov. 6. 

OLPD 8011 Doctoral Research Seminar Fall 2010.docx

Laurel


Invitation to National Open Access Week Activities

Open access to research and scholarship has been facilitated by digital technology. For several years all medical research funded by the National Institute of Health and Science has been made accessible free on Internet. Today there are many open access peer reviewed academic journals represented in the Directory of Open Access Journals (http://www.doaj.org/).

In order to foster awareness of the open access movement on campus, the University Libraries are organizing a series of activities during the week of 18-22 October, designated as National Open Access Week. These activities will include webcasts, workshops, and awareness tables. Below you will find the time and place of those activities.

MONDAY 18
11am-1pm- Coffman Union, awareness table
12 noon - 310 Walter Library, webcast of address by Nobel Laureate Dr. Harold Varmus, Director of the National Cancer Institute at the kickoff of National Open Access Week
1:30-3:30pm- Walter Library, awareness table
 
TUESDAY 19
10:30am-12:30pm - St. Paul Student Center, awareness table
1-3pm - Magrath Library, awareness table
3:15-4:15pm- 81 Magrath Library, workshop "Making Your Own Work OA"
 
WEDNESDAY 20
2-4pm- Bio-Medical Library (Diehl Hall) awareness table
 
THURSDAY 21
11am-1pm- Wilson Library awareness table
12 noon-  S30B Wilson Library, replay of address by Noberl Laureate Dr. Harold Varmus at the kickoff of National Open Access Week
 
FRIDAY 22
12:30-1:30pm - 310 Walter Library, workshop "Making Your Own Work OA"

EPSY 5612: Understanding of Academic Disabilities

Hi -- Here is the handout for the library orientation for EPSY 5612: Understanding of Academic Disabilities.  Laurel

EPSY 5612 Understanding of Academic Disabilities 9_2010.docx

New: Copyright workshops

Getting Acquainted with Copyright

How many copyrights do you own? How long will they last? Can someone else quote from your paper in their own? Can you post your course readings online for your students? Copyright is really confusing - what is it even for, anyway? This workshop will give you a solid grounding in some of the elements of copyright law that are essential to scholarship, teaching, and research. Learn more about protections in the law for educators, and about your rights as an author or creator. Discuss and debate with your peers about some of the burning questions in the field, and enjoy exploring some entertaining and thought-provoking examples. No direct legal advice will be provided; this workshop is informational and educational in nature. Satisfies RCR continuing education awareness/discussion requirements.
Registration link - http://z.umn.edu/meetcopyright  Sessions on 10/4 and 11/2

Fair Use in Everyday Life

Fair use is a vital part of copyright law for scholars, researchers, artists, and just about anyone who communicates with anyone else. Quotation, criticism, review, collage, parody - all involve aspects of fair use. In this workshop, we'll discuss examples of fair use situations in visual arts, music, and video, as well as in academic research and writing. We'll learn to identify situations where fair use applies, and other situations where copyright answers may be more straightforward. We'll also develop our understandings of the factors that determine whether a use is "fair" and practice applying these concepts with real-world examples. Expect to think hard, debate a little, and have some fun. No direct legal advice will be provided; this workshop is informational and educational in nature. Satisfies RCR continuing education awareness/discussion requirements.
Registration link - http://z.umn.edu/copyfair Sessions on 9/22 and 11/10

OLPD New Student Orientation & the Library

Hi --  It's great to see so many new OLPD graduate students!  Welcome to the U Library system.

You can look here for Library Course Pages for your classes.  And, you can explore an online Library Orientation Tutorial for OLPD on Moodle.

Here are links to materials used in today's presentation.  We hope you have a successful semester!  Laurel


OLPD New student orientation 9_2_2010.pptx

OLPD New Students 8_2010.docx

Social Science Electronic Data Library

Would you like access to social science data sets for your research? 

The U of M Library now has e-access available for the Social Science Electronic Data Library.

Social Science Electronic Data Library

Data collections include:

American Family Data Archive (AFDA)
AIDS/STD Data Archive (AIDS)
Child Well-Being and Poverty Data Archive
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Data Archive
Contextual Data Archive
Data Archive of Social Research on Aging (DASRA)
Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention (DAAPPP)
Maternal Drug Abuse Data Archive (MDA)
Research Archive on Disability in the U.S. (RADIUS)


More than 500 health and social science datasets from more than 250 studies, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). SSEDL data archives have been used by thousands of students and professionals at universities and research institutions throughout the United States for more than 20 years.

More information is available about the Library's data services projects:

Data Services at the U of M Library



Hi --

The Library now has a subscription to the Observatory on borderless higher education.

Access is available via the A-Z list on the Library web page or here is the correct direct link:

Observatory on borderless higher education

After you log in as a U of M library user, you should now be able to download publications and materials from their web site.

Let me know if you have comments or questions.  Laurel

"The Observatory's primary purpose is to provide strategic information to enable institutional leaders and policy makers to make informed decisions relevant to their existing and/or future transnational higher education initiatives."

OLPD Library Workshop on Moodle

Hi --

Here is the new Library Orientation Workshop for OLPD : Organizational Leadership, Policy & Development.

This is a Moodle site and can be accessed by anyone with a current x.500 U of M Internet and password.

OLPD Library Workshop

This is a pilot version of the workshop and your comments and suggestions are welcome! 

Also, here is a new OLPD library quick start page with links to relevant library search engines.

Laurel / March 2, 2010

Counseling & therapy in video

Here is a new resource at U Libraries:  Counseling & therapy in video

You can watch online/streaming video of counseling sessions.

Link to it here

If you find this video collection helpful, let me know at: edlib@umn.edu

Core journals in education

Here is an article discussing core journals in education...

Goodyear, R. K., Brewer, D. J., Gallagher, K. S., Tracey, T. J. G., Claiborn, C. D., Lichtenberg, J. W., & Wampold, B. E. (2009). The intellectual foundations of education: Core journals and their impacts on scholarship and practice. Educational Researcher, 38(9), 700-706. 

Link to article    (Select Sage Premier)




OLPD 8011 Doctoral Research Seminar

Hi --

Here is the handout for the class presentation today:

OLPD 8011 Doctoral Research Seminar Fall 2009.docx

CEHD Library Update presentation

Educational Psychology Dissertations

Here is a link to the University Digital Conservancy collection of recent dissertations in Educational Psychology completed here at the University of Minnesota in the College of Education and Human Development: 

Dissertations

It's great to see the terrific work completed by U of M graduates!  Laurel

Audiology

Hi --

Here is a power point presentation that highlights Medline and e-journal searches for Audiology research topics.

Audiology Fall 2009.pptx 

OLPD EdPa dissertations

Hi -- Here is a link that will take you recent U of M Educational Policy and Administration completed dissertations. 

EdPa dissertations in the University Digital Conservancy

In the past I posted direct links to each dissertation but it appears that this link will lead to the list.  Laurel
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