April 2012 Archives

Open Research and Learning Event

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The University Digital Conservancy supports free and open access. In 2 weeks there will be an exciting panel discussion presented by the University Libraries. Register for free today!

Open Research and Learning:
Collaboration, Connections & Communities

Monday, April 30, 2012 • 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Cowles Auditorium, Humphrey School of Public Affairs


Are you a student who created a UROP poster or paper? Read the FAQ below, and be sure to bookmark this link to it: http://www.lib.umn.edu/faq/21066

Plus, here is a link to view the UDC collection Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)

FAQ: How do I add my UROP poster or paper to the University Digital Conservancy (UDC)?

Answer:

The University of Minnesota's Digital Conservancy (UDC) provides a permanent home for your Undergraduate Research poster or paper.

Adding your work to the UDC offers many advantages including the following:

  • A link in your portfolio: You'll have a permanent digital copy of your work, with a link to use in your résumé, C.V., or future school applications.
  • Visibility: When people 'google' you, your research work will appear high in the search results, because UDC items have higher search engine rankings.
  • Your work will be a valuable resource for future U of M students.

How to add your work to the UDC.

  • Discuss your plans to add your work to the UDC with your research adviser as well as any authors you reference in your work.
  • Read the agreement.
  • Sign it and fill in the requested information.
  • Send the form (scanned image or by campus mail) to udc@umn.edu.
  • Email your poster or paper file to udc@umn.edu, along with the following information:
    • Authors
    • Your college, department, and/or research center / lab
    • Your faculty adviser's name
    • Grant numbers or sponsor information, if applicable
    • An abstract (optional). An abstract is a summary of your poster or paper of no more than 500 words.
  • We'll upload your form to the UDC, and send you and the UROP office a confirmation email with a permanent link to your work.

Find out more about the University Digital Conservancy or watch a short video on how to track your work's download stats.

Contact us with any additional questions.




UDC March Stats

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Here are a few numbers from the UDC stats: March saw the highest ever total downloads at 70,248. That is an average of 2,266 per day. Our overall number of downloads since Jan. 2008 is 1,441,706. We will hit 1.5 million sometime this month.
Visit the Digital Conservancy table at The Academic Technology Showcase (download Showcase Program-PDF) today!

The ATS Showcase gives members of the University community an opportunity to show colleagues how they are using technology to drive innovation in teaching, learning, and research.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Great Hall, Coffman Memorial Union

Twitter hashtag #UMNats

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