Phillips Memorial Library 104A
If you Built it, They Will Come: Strategies for Developing an Undergraduate Research Conference Journal of Health Administration Education (2014)
The benefits of conference participation for undergraduates are now well understood, but the same cannot be said for the practical question of how to create and fund such opportunities for students, particularly at smaller liberal ...
Student Publishing: Future Scholars as Change Agents OCLC Systems & Services (2014)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to highlight undergraduates as an emergent student–scholar author group and to encourage institutions to take a future-oriented view, focusing greater attention to and support of undergraduate’s publishing. ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Re-Engineering Relationships with Faculty and Students: A Social Contract for Digital Scholarship Creating Research Infrastructures in 21st-Century Academic Libraries: Conceiving, Funding, and Building New Facilities and Staff (2015)
The attached document is a post-print. The official publication is due out mid-August, 2015.
Publishing Inti: A Suite of Services Case Study Library Publishing Toolkit (2013)
Both public and academic libraries are invested in the creation and distribution of information and digital content. They have morphed from keepers of content into content creators and curators, and seek best practices and efficient ...
Conference Proceedings (1)
Publishing Inti: A Suite of Services Case Study (2014)
Discusses the development of Providence College’s Phillips Memorial Library+Commons Digital Publishing Services (DPS) Department and its evolving collaborative partnership with the faculty editor of Inti: La revista de literatura hispánica, a paper subscription-based, peer-reviewed journal. ...
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Proceedings of the Querying the Library: Digitization and its Impact Conference (2014)
This collection of papers represents conference presentations as proceedings from the “Querying the Library: Digitization and Its Impact” Conference hosted by the James P. Adams Library at Rhode Island College on May 31, 2013. Conference ...
Student Engagement: Davis Grant Faculty Seminar, Providence College, 2012 (2012)
In 2009, Providence College secured a $250,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to support Fostering a Culture of Student Engagement in learning. Use of the Davis funds coincided with academic goals highlighted in the ...
Publishing INTI: A Suite of Services Case Study Querying the Library: Digitization and its Impact (2013)
This Panel will discuss the collaboration between the Phillips Memorial Library and the faculty-editor of the journal Inti: La Revista de literatura hispanica to digitize and OCR older issues of this publication while creating a ...
We’re All on this Cloud Together: a Look at Five Innovative, Patron-Centered Projects at Providence College Association of College and Research Libraries – New England Regional Conference (2013)
iHelp: The Support for Technology and Learning Implementation Team (aka iHelp) is a collaboration with IT, Academic Media Services, Library, and the Instructional Technology Development. With multiple representatives from each department, the team’s charge is ...
Animating Assets: Telling a Story Utilizing Digital Repositories Objects Northeast Region Digital Commons Users Group Meeting (2012)
Focused on the importance of storytelling in a digital environment and of of creating context for digitization projects--possibilities of establishing relationships across assets and projects for networked knowledge environments.
Online Exhibits New England Archivists Biannual Meeting (2012)
Highlights faculty/librarian collaborations in support of teaching, learning and research (TLR). The presentation focused on a range of technologies (basic and advanced) used to support the building of collection/project-focused websites that aggregate locally created and ...
Institutional Repositories: A Disruptive Response to an Established Paradigm North Atlantic Health Science Libraries, Inc. (NAHSL) (2010)
Presentation focused on Institutional Repositories as a disruptive technology, and as an essential system for the new unit of scholarly communication, that is, the complex digital object, components of which may exit in distributed environments.