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    • Removing the Invisibility Cloak 

      Pierce, Stephanie (2018-07-20)
      What do you do when it seems there’s been an invisibility spell cast on your service desk? How do you make students realize that not only it exists but use it as well? This presentation will discuss low-cost methods a ...
    • Astronaut Health: Science Education Resources for K-12 and Beyond 

      Montenegro, Debbie (2018-07-20)
      Librarians can support science educators and students by fostering science and health literacy programs. This presentation from the NNLM will introduce librarians to science education resources from the National Library ...
    • 2018 STEM Librarians South Conference: Schedule of Events and Abstracts 

      Unknown author (University of Houston Libraries, 2018-07-20)
      The complete schedule of events and abstracts for the 2018 STEM Librarians South Conference, hosted by University of Houston Libraries, July 19 & 20, 2018. The STEM Librarians South Conference focuses on topics related to ...
    • Conflicting Principles in Social Work Doctoral Programs: The Effects of Unspoken Power Dynamics 

      Gearing, Robin E. (2003)
      Doctoral students are guided by two distinct sets of principles - those of their profession and academe - that may conflict. The social work profession is built upon the collaborative principles of equity, diversity, social ...
    • Moving On Toward A Greater Digital Destination: An Update from the DAMS Task Force 

      Scott, Bethany; Thompson, Santi; Washington, Anne; Watkins, Sean; Weidner, Andrew; Wu, Annie (2018-07-17)
      This presentation was given by members of the Digital Asset Management System (DAMS) Implementation Task Force in an Open Forum for the UH Libraries. The presentation covers recent developments in the Bayou City DAMS ...
    • Bayou City DAMS: Implementation Phase One, Outside the Box 

      Weidner, Andrew; Watkins, Sean; Scott, Bethany; Krewer, Drew; Washington, Anne; Richardson, Matthew; Wu, Annie; Thompson, Santi (2016-12-08)
      This presentation was given by members of the Bayou City DAMS implementation team in an Open Forum to the UH Libraries. The presentation provides an overview of the open source software tools developed and adopted by the ...
    • Digital Collections Survey Report for Bridge2Hyku: IMLS Funded Project 

      Crocken, Todd; Thompson, Santi; Washington, Anne; Wu, Annie; Weidner, Andrew (2018-07-05)
      This report shares the results and analysis of the digital collections survey of the Bridge2Hyku project. The Bridge2Hyku project plans to create a migration toolkit and the survey's results, which lay out the current ...
    • Hyku at UH and TDL: Beta Hyku and Hyku Direct 

      Weidner, Andrew; Steans, Ryan (2017-08-24)
      This is a presentation delivered at the August 2017 South Central States Fedora Users Group meeting held at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The talk provides updates on the Hyku testing work underway at the ...
    • Student Success and Diversity and Inclusion: OER@UH 

      German, Lisa (2017)
      This article describes the early efforts of an open educational resources working group at the University of Houston and reflects on the relationship between expanding access to course materials and student success.
    • Bridge2Hyku: Building a Migration Toolkit: Progress Report at Samvera Virtual Connect 2018 

      Crocken, Todd (2018-07-12)
      Bridge2Hyku is an IMLS-funded grant project that is building a migration toolkit to assist institutions interested in migrating their digital content to Hyku. The toolkit contains general guidance for migration planning, ...
    • Embedded Metadata Patterns Across Web Sharing Environments 

      Thompson, Santi; Reilly, Michele (2018-01)
      This research project tried to determine how or if embedded metadata followed the digital object as it was shared on social media platforms by: using EXIFTool, a variety of social media platforms and user profiles, the ...
    • Bayou City DAMS: Post-Harvey & Pre-Hyrax 

      Weidner, Andrew; Watkins, Sean; Washington, Anne; Elizondo, Marcus; Scott, Bethany; Crocken, Todd (2018-05-15)
      This is a lightning talk delivered at the May 2018 South Central States Fedora Users Group meeting held at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus in Austin, Texas. The talk provides updates on the Bayou City Digital Asset Management ...
    • Can Animals Understand That Others Have Minds? Putting Psychology, Biology, and Philosophy Back Together Again 

      Buckner, Cameron (2017-10-25)
      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 ...
    • Sruthi M. 

      Nair, Adithya (2018-04-25)
      This is an oral history interview with Sruthi M. who saw the effects of Harvey in her community. This interview took place at Sugarland religious hall on March 24th, 2018 around 4 PM in Texas. My interviewee, Sruthi M. is ...
    • Beatrice Delgado 

      Hernandez, Vanesa (2018-04-25)
      This is an oral history interview with Beatrice Delgado conducted as part of the Hurricane Harvey Oral History Project. Mrs. Delgado was interviewed on March 17, 2018 at her home. This interview shares Mrs. Delgado's ...
    • Tommy Lee 

      Campbell, Kevin (2018-04-25)
      Oral history interview with Tommy Lee on March 27th, about his experiences in preparing for Hurricane Harvey and his thoughts on the Hurricane afterwards. He gave information on how much he and his family prepared compared ...
    • Charles Smith 

      Smith, Ebony (2018-04-25)
      This interview took place on March 29th, 2018 at around 8:30pm. The interview was hosted at the home of the interviewee and me. The setup was exceedingly casual and relaxed, as it took place at a dinner table. The interviewee’s ...
    • Virginia Tanueco 

      Tanueco, Jeremy Simon (2018-04-25)
      This is an oral history interview with Virginia Tanueco as part of the Hurricane Harvey Oral History Project. Mrs. Tanueco was interviewed on March 29, 2018 in her home. Mrs. Tanueco was a victim who did not suffer much ...