home Workshops Introduction to Scholarly Publishing Workshop—Recording and slides now available

Introduction to Scholarly Publishing Workshop—Recording and slides now available

A recording of the workshop, Introduction to Scholarly Publishing, held October 6, 2016 in Ellis Library, is now available.  Additionally, the detailed slides used during this event can be downloaded via Box.  Following is more information about this presentation:

Title:  Introduction to Scholarly Publishing

Presenters:  Jane Ryley, Elsevier Senior Publisher–Health Sciences
David Beversdorf, MU Associate Professor of Radiology, Neurology, and Psychology and Associate Editor of the Elsevier journal Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

This workshop provided an overview of the academic publishing process in the sciences and the social sciences, including best practices to get your paper published.

Topics covered:
• Targeting a journal for submission
• Manuscript development
• Submitting a paper
• Journal publishing cycle
• Editorial process
• Publication ethics
• Author rights post publication
• Getting your paper noticed

home Special Collections, Archives, and Rare Books, Workshops Primary Source Workshop: Great Content for your Classroom

Primary Source Workshop: Great Content for your Classroom

Are you excited about using primary sources with your students? Do you want to know how the State Historical Society of Missouri and MU Special Collections can contribute sources for your classroom? Are you helping students find resources for National History Day projects? This free educator workshop is for you!

Join the State Historical Society of Missouri in Ellis Library on the University of Missouri campus to explore:

· SHSMO collections in person and online, with a focus on the 2017 National History Day theme: Taking a Stand in History

· MU Special Collections

· SHSMO’s art gallery with curator Dr. Joan Stack

· Strategies for using primary sources effectively to make National History Day projects stand out

Please RSVP at shsmo.org/events. Attendees will be offered a free parking pass. In order to guarantee delivery, please register prior to November 4.

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Kelli Hansen

Kelli Hansen is a librarian in the Special Collections and Rare Books department. She teaches information sessions in Special Collections, does reference work, and maintains the department's digital presences. Contact Kelli

home Ellis Library, Resources and Services, Workshops English 1000 Open Research Lab

English 1000 Open Research Lab

English 1000 Open Research Lab sessions

When: 5-7pm every Wednesday evening between Oct. 19th – Nov. 16th
Where: Ellis Library room 213

This follow-up service complements the class instruction, where general library resources and search strategies are covered, by providing lab space where students can actively work on individual assignments and ask for research help as the need arises. One of our librarians, Jennifer Gravley, will be on hand to provide research assistance. Students should bring their assignments with them. 

Assistance will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. No registration is required, and students may come and go as they please. They may use the computers in the lab or bring their laptops. Remember, this open lab is for English 1000 assignments only.

Haven’t brought your class for a library session? Students have conflicts? Students are always encouraged to reach out to librarians for reference help in person, through chat, by phone, by email, or by requesting a one-on-one RAP (Research Assistance Program) consultation. See http://libraryanswers.missouri.edu/ for all the ways to get help!

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Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library: Public Access Policies (or…Zen and the Art of Compliance), Oct. 28

Fridays @ the Library: Public Access Policies (or…Zen and the Art of Compliance), Oct. 28

Need to make your research publically available? This session will provide an overview on complying with Public Access Policies from funding agencies such as NIH and NSF. Topics will also include a brief overview of Open Access journals and how they relate to agency policies

Register here: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/fridaysworkshops

  • Friday, Oct 28
  • 1-2pm
  • in-person in Ellis 213 or online

This Fridays @ the Library workshop kicks off our Open Access Week activities! Click here for more information on Open Access Week 2016.

oa-week-2016-gateway

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Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library: Creative Commons, Oct. 21

Fridays @ the Library: Creative Commons, Oct. 21

If you’re looking for content (images, videos, music, etc.) that you can freely and legally use for your coursework, search through Creative Commons. Or, if you want to give people the right to share, use, and even build upon a work you’ve created, you can publish it under a CC-license. Whether you’re a user or creator, this workshop will answer all of your questions about Creative Commons materials and licenses.

Register here: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/fridaysworkshops

  • Friday, Oct 21
  • 1-2pm
  • in-person in Ellis 213 or online

This Fridays @ the Library workshop kicks off our Open Access Week activities! Click here for more information on Open Access Week 2016.

oa-week-2016-gateway

 

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Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Events and Exhibits, Resources and Services, Workshops Open Access Week Oct. 21-28, 2016

Open Access Week Oct. 21-28, 2016

MU Libraries are celebrating Open Access Week 2016 from October 21-28.

How can you participate in Open Access Week 2016?

  1. Learn more about Open Access: What is Open Access (OA) and why does it matter?
    Check out our OA guide for more information: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/openaccess
     
  2. Attend an Open Access workshop: We have 2 workshops for OA week.

     

    • Share Alike: Creative Commons – October 21 @ 1-2pm in Ellis 213 or online
      If you’re looking for content (images, videos, music, etc.) that you can freely and legally use for your coursework, search through Creative Commons. Or, if you want to give people the right to share, use, and even build upon a work you’ve created, you can publish it under a CC-license. Whether you’re a user or creator, this workshop will answer all of your questions about Creative Commons materials and licenses.
      Register to attend in-person or online
    • Public Access Policies (or…Zen and the Art of Compliance) – October 28 @ 1-2pm in Ellis 213 or online
      Need to make your research publically available? This session will provide an overview on complying with Public Access Policies from funding agencies such as NIH and NSF. Topics will also include a brief overview of Open Access journals and how they relate to agency policies.
      Register to attend in-person or online
       
  3. Read and share the latest news on Open Access:
    To raise awareness about OA, we'll be posting and retweeting information about Open Access all week long. Check out our

     

To spread the word about Open Access Week, feel free to share this OA Week blogpost, OA Week flyer, or OA Week poster!

Special thank you to our sponsors for supporting our Open Access Week events and helping to raise awareness about the importance of Open Access:

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Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library: Creating Bibliographies with Zotero, Oct. 14

Fridays @ the Library: Creating Bibliographies with Zotero, Oct. 14

October 14th

1-2 pm 

213 Ellis Library

 Registration Required 

Did you know there's a tool that can add online research to your personal library with just one click of a button?

Zotero is a free and simple open-source research tool that can organize, manage and format your bibliography content. In the workshop, learn how to use Zotero to help create your bibliographies and in-text citations by extracting citations from PDFs and web pages. 

With presenter Rachel Brekus, Humanities Librarian

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library: Maximizing Your Research Identity and Impact, Oct. 7

Fridays @ the Library: Maximizing Your Research Identity and Impact, Oct. 7

Utilize ORCID, Google Scholar Profile, MOspace, h-index, impact factors and more to maximize your professional impact. Learn how to set up accounts and make these tools work for you!

Date: Friday, October 7, 2016
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Location: 213 Ellis Library

Presenters: Janice Dysart & Taira Meadowcroft

Open Workshop – Registration Required

Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Databases & Electronic Resources, Resources and Services, Workshops Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Exploration of Data Planet, Sept. 30

Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Exploration of Data Planet, Sept. 30

This workshop will be offered simultaneously in two formats: Rm 213, Ellis Library and live online

September 30th 1-2 pm

Registration Required: tinyurl.com/MUlibrariesworkshops

Embark on a statistical journey into the social sciences. This free workshop will not only teach you to search and browse Data-Planet’s 25 billion data points, but also demonstrate how to manipulate datasets, compare across sources and indicators, and chart trends over time. 

Data-Planet provides data visualization for more than 500 datasets from government and private industry, both domestic and international. Emphasis is in 20th century U.S. economic data and includes diverse subjects such as health, politics, demographics, social services and environmental data. Time spans vary by topic. Charting, plotting and mapping options available. Export data into MS Excel, XML, PDF, or into shape files for GIS.

home J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, Workshops Using Archived Data For Health Care Research Seminar

Using Archived Data For Health Care Research Seminar

Interested in using archived data for Health Care research? This seminar, presented by Marie Concannon, Head Data Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries, will present on current clinical informatics research that may be applied to patient care. All are welcome, but health informatics students are required to attend.  (CME credit is available.)

 

September 20, 2016

12:30pm-1:30pm

CE705

 

For more information, visit www.hmi.missouri.edu or email Dr. Emily Leary at LearyE@health.missouri.edu or Dr. Mihail Popescu at popescum@health.missouri.edu

Sponsored by the MU School of Medicine, Health Management and Informatics/Biostatistics and Research Design Unit

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is a Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Missouri. She focuses on quality improvement, emergency medicine, and social media for the health sciences library.