As a companion to our previous post, today we feature some of the publications that our Library faculty and academic professionals have contributed this spring. Research data practices, data services, and publishing are key themes where the library made key contributions in conference proceedings, book chapters, research articles, and more. You can find those topics and others in the selected bibliography we are pleased to share below.
(Links lead to either IDEALS content, OA journal access, or to the DOI for individual articles.)
- Armstrong, Kimberly and Thomas H. Teper. “Library Consortia and the CIC: Leveraging Scale for Collaborative Success.” Serials Review 43.1 (2017).
- Benson, Sara R. “Interpreting Fair Use for Academic Librarians: Thinking beyond the Scope of the Circular 21 Guidelines.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 43.2 (2017): 105-107.
- Bonn, Maria, and Janet Swatscheno. “Understanding the Needs of Scholars in a Contemporary Publishing Environment”. Proceedings of the ACRL 2017 Conference, Baltimore, 22-25 March 2017. Ed. Dawn Mueller. Chicago: ACRL, 2017. 305-310.
- Bonn, Maria, Angela Courtney, Harriett Green, and Megan Senseney. “Humanities Collaborations and Research Practices: Investigating New Modes of Collaborative Humanities Scholarship.” Proceedings of the ACRL 2017 Conference, Baltimore, 22-25 March 2017. Ed. Dawn Mueller. Chicago: ACRL, 2017. 292-304.
- Braxton, Susan M., Bethany Anderson, Margaret H. Burnette, Thomas G. Habing, William H. Mischo, Sarah L. Shreeves, Sarah C. Williams, and Heidi J. Imker. “A Participant Agreement for Minting DOIs for Data Not in a Repository.” In L. R. Johnston (Ed.), Curating Research Data: Practical Strategies for Your Digital Repository, Volume 2: A Handbook of Current Practice. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017: 219-222.
- Dunham, E.M., E.D. Wickes, A. Stein, M.C. Fallaw, and H.J. Imker. “Pre-Metadata Counseling: Putting the DataCite relationType Attribute into Action.” Curating Research Data. Ed. Lisa R. Johnston. Association of College and Research Libraries 2017: 211-215.
- Emerson, Melanie. “Conversations with the Avant-Garde: The Books of Mikhail Karasik.” Art Documentation 36.1 (2017): 22-39.
- Johnston, Lisa R., Jake R. Carlson, Patricia Hswe, Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Heidi Imker, Wendy Kozlowski, Robert K. Olendorf, and Claire Stewart. “Data Curation Network: How Do We Compare? A Snapshot of Six Academic Library Institutions’ Data Repository and Curation Services.” Journal of eScience Librarianship 6.1 (2017): e1102.
- Habing, Thomas. “Serialization of PREMIS.” Digital Preservation Metadata for Practitioners: Implementing PREMIS. Eds. Angela Dappert, Rebecca Guenther, and Sébastien Peyrard. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2016: 161-187.
- Hahn, Jim. “Internet of Things: Mobile Technology and Location Services in Libraries.” ALA Tech Source / Library Technology Reports 53.1 (2017): 5-28.
- Hensley, Merinda Kaye and Steven J. Bell. “Digital Scholarship as a Learning Center in the Library: Building Relationships and Educational Initiatives.” C&RL News 78.3 (2017): 155–158.
- Hogenboom, Karen, and Michele Hayslett. “Pioneers in the Wild West: Managing Data Collections.” portal: libraries and the Academy 17.2 (2017): 295-319.
- Imker, H.J. “Overlooked and Overrated Data Sharing: Why so Many Scientists are Confused and/or Dismissive.” Curating Research Data, Ed. Lisa R. Johnston. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017: 127-150.
- Kouper, Inna, Kathleen Fear, Mayu Ishida, Christine Kollen, and Williams, Sarah C. “Research Data Services Maturity in Academic Libraries.” In L. R. Johnston (Ed.), Curating Research Data: Practical Strategies for Your Digital Repository. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017: 153-170.
- Riehle, Catherine Fraser and Merinda Kaye Hensley. “Undergraduate Researchers Report Only Moderate Knowledge Of Scholarly Communication: They Must Be Offered More Support.” London School of Economics and Political Science, The Impact of Social Sciences Blog, March 9, 2017.
- —. “Undergraduate Researchers Report Only Moderate Knowledge Of Scholarly Communication: They Must Be Offered More Support.” portal: Libraries and the Academy, 17.1 (2017): 145-178.
- Sheehan, Beth. “Collecting to the Core — Cross-disciplinary Criminal Justice Resources.” Against The Grain 28.6 (2017): 29-30.
- Sheehan, Beth and Karen Hogenboom. “Assessing a Patron-Driven, Library-Funded Data Purchase Program.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 43.1 (2017): 49-56.
- Sroka, Marek. “A Book Never Dies: The American Library Association
and the Cultural Reconstruction of Czechoslovak and Polish Libraries, 1945–1948.” Library & Information History 33.1 (2017): 19-34.
- Sroka, Marek, and Tracy Nectoux. “The Dwindling Legacy that Is Food for Mice and Flames: Discovery and Preservation of Illinois Historic Newspapers through the Illinois Digital Newspaper Project, 2009–2015.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 110.1 (2017): 87-107.
- Tracy, Daniel. “Libraries as Content Producers: How Library Publishing Services Address the Reading Experience.” C&RL 78.2 (2017): 219-240.
- Tracy, Daniel G., and Elizabeth Massa Hoiem. “Teaching Digital Humanities Tools at a Distance: A Librarian-Instructor Partnership Integrating Scalar into a Graduate Distance Course”. Proceedings of the ACRL 2017 Conference, Baltimore, 22-25 March 2017. Ed. Dawn Mueller. Chicago: ACRL, 2017. 704-713.
- Wilkin, John. “How Large Is the “Public Domain”? A Comparative Analysis of Ringer’s 1961 Copyright Renewal Study and HathiTrust CRMS Data.” C&RL 78.2 (2017): 201-218.
- Williams, Sarah C., and Christine D’Arpa. Introduction. Library Trends 65.3 (2017): 251-252.
- Zhang, Qian, Heidi Imker, Chunyan Li, Bertram Ludascher, and Megan Senseney. “Using a Computational Study of Hydrodynamics in the Wax Lake Delta to Examine Data Sharing Principles.” International Journal of Digital Curation 11.2 (2016): 138–155.
Key publications listed above have also been added to the database of publications by University Library faculty and academic professionals.