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Scientific Research: The Publication Dilemma
(Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 2005-05)
The article presents a concise overview of key concepts and issues that are useful in understanding the open access movement.
Transcending Boundaries: Reflections on transdisciplinary librarianship
This presentation, delivered on February 10, 2018, at the ALA Midwinter Meeting (Denver, CO), provides a synoptic overview of the emerging field of transdisciplinarity, explains the difference between transdisciplinarity ...
Open Educational Resources (OER): An overview
This presentation, delivered on January 8, 2018, at the Salisbury University Libraries (Salisbury, MD), provides an introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER). It was delivered as part of OER training for Salisbury ...
Predatory Publishers: How to recognize them and avoid getting scammed
This handout was created to assist faculty, researchers, and graduate students with identifying predatory publishers and conference organizers.
Developing a Library Collection in Bioinformatics: Support for an Evolving Profession
(IGI Global, 2013)
This chapter provides guidelines for developing a university library collection for bioinformatics programs. The chapter discusses current research and scholarly communication trends in bioinformatics and their impact on ...
Mapping the Brain: Resources for Researchers in Neurosciences
This webliography annotates selected web-based resources for researchers in neuroscience and is primarily intended for librarians who assist neuroscientists engaged in research.
Faculty of 1000
(The Charleston Advisor, 2006)
This article reviews Faculty of 1000, an online post-publication literature awareness and evaluation service for the biomedical sciences.
Predatory publishing: How to avoid falling prey to predatory publishers
This presentation was delivered to Salisbury University (SU) faculty. The goal of this presentation was to help SU faculty detect potentially predatory journals and conferences and to select legitimate high quality venues ...
Nuts and bolts of researching library issues
This joint presentation was delivered to Salisbury University's librarians and library staff as part of the Libraries' Professional Development series. Part 1 was delivered by Victoria Martin, Scholarly Communications ...