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    • Data, Media, and Society 

      Lankes, Richard David (2019-10-08)
      It would be easy to see the advent of open educational resources, open access publication, and repositories of data sets as a continuation of the traditional mission of a research library. Namely, providing access to the ...
    • Perceptions of Online Privacy Survey (US version) 

      Lancaster, Alia K.; Clark, Martyn K.; Akramov, Bekzod K.; Masters, Megan C. (2019-10)
      Survey instruments for Lancaster, Clark, Akramov, & Masters. (submitted). Learning analytics and student trust: A replication and extension comparing students' perceived online privacy across higher education institutions ...
    • You choose, we deliver: Providing educational opportunities to researchers in STEM 

      Tchangalova, Nedelina; Harrington, Eileen; Over, Sarah; Ritchie, Stephanie (2019-10-05)
      OBJECTIVE/BACKGROUND: Subject librarians at the University of Maryland (UMD) Libraries have experienced an increased demand for research support not only in the health and medical sciences but also from education, engineering, ...
    • Interlacing Workflows and Untangling Knots: How Acquisitions and Course Reserves Intersect 

      Thompson, Hilary H.; DePope, Leigh Ann (Purdue University Press, 2019-09)
      Using the University of Maryland Libraries as a case study, this chapter explores the ways in which acquisitions and course reserves intersect and how these units can develop a stronger partnership and open lines of ...
    • What if you could save the data?: Endangered Data Week & how libraries can protect public data 

      Koivisto, Joseph (2019-05-02)
      Endangered data and information is not a new problem, but the sheer volume of data in the era of digitally-generated and -mediated data has accelerated the problem. Technology churn, political turnover, lack of ...