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Traditional collection development relies heavily on human input, with librarians relying on reviews and subject selection lists, and through user requests. With the development of machine learning, more and more businesses ...
Transform research and instruction support through social media analysis and data visualization.
This presentation showcases how social media analysis and data visualization can transform research and instruction support, from solely providing access to data, to actively engaging users with data. Participants will ...
Mapping the undergraduate curriculum for information literacy outreach and instruction in communication
This session demonstrates a methodology to help librarians identify targets for information literacy outreach. We want to target high impact courses with information literacy requirements that are taken by a large number ...
2018 STEM Librarians South Conference Slideshow
Can Animals Understand That Others Have Minds? Putting Psychology, Biology, and Philosophy Back Together Again
Researchers have proposed only humans can understand that others have minds, and that this fact explains our distinctive abilities to learn language, cooperate politically, use tools and technology, and pass on a complex ...
Effects of individualized and standardized interventions on middle school students with reading disabilities
(Exceptional Children, 2011-07)
This study reports the effectiveness of a year-long, small-group, tertiary (Tier 3) intervention that examined 2 empirically derived but conceptually different treatments and a comparison condition. The researchers had ...
Analyzing monograph usage of approval and firm orders for collection development
The poster describes a collection assessment project that compares the use of monographs purchased on an approval plan with those acquired via subject librarians’ selections. The goal is to reveal the usage trends between ...
Bioimaging of Flow Dynamics in BTB
Gloriosa superba is a well-known source of the bioactive colchicine. It is one of the primary sources of treatment for gout and under drug development for cancer as well as cardiovascular diseases. The balloon type bubble ...
High capacity, transient retention of direction-of-motion information for multiple objects
(Journal of Vision, 2010-06)
The multiple-object tracking paradigm (MOT) has been used extensively for studying dynamic visual attention, but the basic mechanisms which subserve this capability are as yet unknown. Among the unresolved issues surrounding ...
Suprathreshold intrinsic dynamics of the human visual system
(Neural Computation, 2003-12)
Intrinsic high-frequency neural activities have been observed in the visual system of several species, but their functional significance for visual perception remains a fundamental puzzle in cognitive neuroscience. ...