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    • Git a Grip: Using GitHub to Manage Your Metadata Application Profile 

      Washington, Anne (2017)
      Local Metadata Application Profiles and input guidelines are always evolving. GitHub provides a simple way to manage metadata documentation with the added benefit of versioning. This allows metadata specialists to see ...
    • Vampires vs. Witches 

      Charo, Erica; Dang, Carolyn; Redding, Quenton; Zakhireh, Isabella (2018-08-27)
      Vampires vs. Witches: a podcast created and performed by Erica Charo, Carolyn Dang, Quenton Redding, and Isabella Zakhireh.
    • Origin of the Rivalry between Vampires and Werewolves 

      Toor, Gurjinder; Sanchez-Garcia, Destiny; Feaghley, George; Rodriguez, Francisco (2018-08-27)
      Vampires vs. Werewolves: a podcast created and performed by Gurjinder Toor, Destiny Sanchez-Garcia, George Feaghley, and Francisco Rodriguez.
    • Vampires and Advertising 

      Coleman, Madison; Butler, Katie; Rachel, Maddux; Wilson, Vini (2018-08-27)
      Vampires and Advertising: a podcast created and performed by Madison Coleman, Katie Butler, Rachel Maddux, and Vini Wilson.
    • Vampires: From Bad to Good 

      Peavy, Michael; Alvarez, Anthony; Thomas, Roark; McCormack, Carter (2018-08-27)
      Vampires: From Bad to Good: a podcast created and performed by Michael Peavy, Anthony Alvarez, Thomas Roark, Carter McCormack.
    • Vampires and Sex 

      Jun, Cosmo; Hurtado, Daniel; Martinez, Ricardo; Pineda, Veronica (2018-08-27)
      Vampires and Sexuality: a podcast created and performed by Cosmo Jun, Daniel Hurtado, Ricardo Martinez, and Veronica Pineda.
    • Minds of the Vampire 

      Do, My; Martinez, Veronica; Nunley, Taylor; Rundle, Francescha (2018-08-27)
      Minds of the Vampire: a podcast created and performed by My Do, Veronica Martinez, Taylor Nunley, and Francescha Rundle.
    • Vampire Cults 

      Moser, Koy; Albert, Jack; Wilson, Jared; Nyairo, Michael (2018-08-27)
      Vampiric Cults: an experimental podcast created and performed by Michael Nyairo, Jared Wilson, Jack Albert, and Koy Moser.
    • 2018 STEM Librarians South Conference Slideshow 

      Lopez, Erica (2018-07-20)
    • STEMPunk Cafe: Supporting Scholarship as Conversation for Informal STEM Research 

      McClean, Jessica; Morganti, Dianna (2018-07-20)
      Many students have extracurricular interests they research outside of class. With the increasingly flexible rules of scholarly communication, students are becoming a part of the scholarly conversation without realizing it. ...
    • Partners and Proposal Readiness 

      O'Toole, Erin (2018-07-20)
      Subject librarians at the University of North Texas have partnered with the graduate school and teaching faculty to prepare STEM students for a major milestone in the graduate life cycle – writing the dissertation or ...
    • Supporting the Unsupportable: Assisting Anatomy & Physiology I & II Through OER 

      Brazer, Susan (2018-07-20)
      “Traditional” science courses are tricky. Classes lack library-based assignments; emphasis on course content makes teaching faculty members feel they cannot bring students to the library; and memorization can be the key ...
    • Conversations with Chemists Redux: Preliminary Results from an Interview-Based Study on the Information Needs and Habits of Chemistry Faculty 

      Flaxbart, David; Fletcher, Lydia (2018-07-20)
      In the spring of 2018 librarians at the University of Texas at Austin interviewed 15 chemistry PIs as part of a local replication of Ithaka S+R’s ongoing series of reports on how faculty in various disciplines gather, ...
    • Creating and Updating a Faculty Publications List 

      Fogg, Sonya (2018-07-20)
      A faculty publications list is an asset that highlights an institution’s productivity. Our library has progressed from assisting with the annual production of a print volume, to creating an online bibliography for each ...
    • Networking, Advocacy, and Outreach: Women in STEM at UTSA 

      Hayward, Matt (2018-07-20)
      It can be difficult to make connections with faculty, especially as a relatively new librarian. This year, for Women’s History Month, the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries hosted a Pop Up Event to promote Women ...
    • Depositing Biology Student Posters into an Institutional Repository 

      Chan-Park, Christina; Vaidhyanathan, Vedana (2018-07-20)
      “Can I archive the poster presentations from my undergrad class?” In answer to this query from a Biology professor, Baylor University created a workflow to upload group projects into Baylor’s institutional repository ...
    • Texas Data Repository: A Year in Review 

      Thompson, Santi (2018-07-20)
      The Texas Data Repository (TDR) is a consortial data repository administered by the Texas Digital Library and using the Dataverse platform. In this lightning talk I will briefly discuss: (1) progress that the TDR steering ...
    • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathies: A Neurodegenerative Disorder as a Result of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries 

      Spruiell Eldridge, Sydnee (2018-07-20)
      Concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) caused by participation in contact sports are becoming a significant public health crisis, especially considering the number of individuals in the United States who are now ...
    • How Librarians Can Positively Impact STEM Students: Active Learning Design & Video Resources 

      McGowan, Bethany; Ostrosky, Jennifer (2018-07-20)
      This presentation will show how librarians are supporting the design of active learning curricula by assisting instructors with the selection of appropriate support material and by designing appropriate pre-class and ...
    • Table It and They Will Come 

      Vaidhyanathan, Vedana; Chan-Park, Christina (2018-07-20)
      Baylor University STEM librarians hold “office hours” in the Baylor Science Building (BSB) which houses the six science departments. We have a table and tablecloth which we set up near Starbucks where we meet with students ...