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Browsing Papers and Publications, University Libraries by Title

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  • Warren, John W. (2015-10-19)
    Many academic libraries are moving into the publishing landscape, and an increasing number of university presses are now part of their university library infrastructure. The business of libraries and publishers are now ...
  • Mann, Wendy; Calcagno, Theresa; Kermer, Deborah Ann (126th Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2019-06)
    In the last decade, the number of graduate programs in Data Analytics has grown exponentially. Academic libraries have had to, or will need to, determine how to support the growing student population in this new area of ...
  • Palmer, Lene (2006-04-11)
  • Salo, Dorothea; Donohue, Tim (2006-06-20)
  • Rinalducci, Jennifer; Stevens, Jen (2016-03-24)
    Experimental, amusing, or beautiful, artists’ books are art in book form, intersections between image and text. Five years ago, we began collecting artists’ books for teaching and research. This non-browsing collection ...
  • Fairclough, Ian (2013-02-15)
  • Holland, Claudia; Adams, Tina (2012-03)
    Instructors teaching distance education courses often want to use proprietary video content to convey and illustrate concepts in support of student learning. George Mason University librarians developed internal guidelines ...
  • Calcagno, Theresa M; Bowdoin, Jessica (American Association for Engineering Education (ASEE), 2012-06)
    In early 2009, the Head of Interlibrary Loan (ILL) at George Mason University analyzed ILL borrowing statistics from the previous academic year and found that 90% of the fifty most borrowed titles had been requested ...
  • Gerber, Steven K. (2017-10-13)
    A music technology/composition professor and a music librarian/musicologist mentored a small team of undergraduates at George Mason University in a grant-funded research project that involved editing music manuscripts held ...
  • Griesinger, Peggy (2015-12-03)
    The work done by audiovisual preservation specialists to transfer and digitize audiovisual artworks is integral to the preservation of our cultural heritage. The choices that these specialists make, such as what playback ...
  • Hall, Nathan; Corey, Bill; Mann, Wendy; Wilson, Tom (ASERL / SURA Research Data Coordinating Committee, 2013-01)
    This proposal was drafted by a Working Group of the ASERL/SURA Research Data Coordinating Committee. The purpose of this document is to provide model language for universities to consider when drafting policy to support ...
  • Fairclough, Ian (Bridging the Spectrum Symposium, 2019-02-08)
    Name authority work is integral to documenting and properly identifying scholarly activity. Often thought about as merely an aspect of cataloging, name authority records are increasingly of value to researchers. Scholars ...
  • Salo, Dorothea (2001-11)
    This FAQ is primarily intended for those who create eBook content and need a quick and relatively painless introduction to the Open eBook Publication Structure and the technologies underlying it. It is not intended for ...
  • Salo, Dorothea (2006-04-13)
    The movement for open access to the scholarly and research literature emerged as a response to the enormous, unsustainable increases in the price of journals and journal bundles for academic libraries. When the internet ...
  • Gerber, Steven K. (2019-10-24)
    The International Music Score Library Project (“IMSLP;” imslp.org) is an open-access digital repository of downloadable public-domain music. Its holdings, uploaded primarily by volunteer librarians, include high-quality ...
  • Griesinger, Peggy (Henry Stewart Publications, 2016)
    The Museum of Modern Art in New York City (MoMA) is a world-renowned museum with a large collection of time-based media artworks. Media conservators in MoMA’s conservation department noticed a gap in their documentation ...
  • Unknown author (2016-02-12)
    Although information seems but just a click away, when libraries embraced licensing as a means of acquisition, the choice had far reaching implications. The hard hit to academic library budgets is well documented, but the ...
  • Fairclough, Ian (2013-03-15)
  • Stevens, Jen; Calcagno, Theresa; Holland, Claudia C.; Putnam, Nathan (In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2015-07-01)
    Regardless of our status (tenure track, non-tenure track, staff, and/or union), academic librarians at colleges and universities may use a handbook or similar document as a framework for self-governance. These handbooks ...
  • Hoffman, Kimberly; Leak, Carl; Kunaparaju, Vamsi; Kan, Teresa; Cocks, Sarah (2018-08-20)
    During the 2016-2017 academic year, George Mason University Libraries' Science and Technology Team began a project with an end goal of capturing trends in faculty research by creating visual representations of faculty ...

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