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  1. Science and Engineering Libraries : Rare books

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    Description/Abstract: Rare Books from the University of Cincinnati Science and Engineering Libraries.
    Creator/Author: Baldwin, Ted
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Rights: Public Domain Mark 1.0
  2. Oesper Collections in the History of Chemistry : Rare Books

    Type: Collection
    Description/Abstract: Rare books in the Ralph E.Oesper Chemistry-Biology Library.
    Creator/Author: Baldwin, Ted
    Submitter: CEAS Library Staff
    Rights: Public Domain Mark 1.0
  3. Transforming organizations through new partnerships, collaboration, and agile development : project briefing, CNI spring 2015 membership meeting, Seattle, Washington

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    Description/Abstract: During the last three years new leadership at the University of Cincinnati (UC) in many senior administrative positions has resulted in a rare culture of collaboration. This presentation will focus on the dynamic that has evolved among the Dean of Libraries, Vice President for Information Technology, and the Vice President for Research; discuss the development of the Research Hub@UC, which will deliver a profile-based customized suite of programs to researchers and scholars throughout the lifecycle; and explore a specific initiative (Scholar@UC) that demonstrates the depth of collaboration and its impact on the partners’ cultures, particularly the libraries’ at all levels. UC’s research support ecosystem has been disjointed, incomplete, ignored, or simply hidden. To grow the university’s research enterprise, these leaders realized that support programs throughout the research lifecycle had to be improved, expanded, and promoted. Presenters will discuss the successes and challenges of bridging different work cultures, funding development in a fiscally austere environment, and establishing collaborative models for operational support. To demonstrate the value and challenges of the partnership, including its impact on the cultures of each partner, presenters will explore two projects that have been enabled by the partnership, including the aforementioned Research Hub@UC and Scholar@UC, a faculty self-submission repository. Using these as case studies, presenters will discuss how agile (including open source) software development projects and broad system integration needs have enabled the partners to develop nimble, user-driven processes and a strong sense of risk taking to deploy new enterprise-wide systems in an environment of lean staff and resources.
    Creator/Author: Riep, Josette; Baldwin, Ted; Vincent, Nelson; Wang, Xuemao, and Newman, Linda
    Submitter: Linda Newman
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
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    Date Modified: 2018-02-16T20:46:52Z
    Date Created: 2015-04-14
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
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  4. Preparing for New Roles and Transformed Libraries: Models and Implementation

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    Description/Abstract: The University of Cincinnati Libraries (UCL) is developing an exciting new team of informationists, specialists in research data services who are a hybrid of outreach/embedded librarian and data librarian, to partner with research faculty and students. UCL recently hired three informationist positions to serve data-generating researchers at UC, and plans to hire another social science informationist in the near future. UC informationists are working on several exciting new projects including the creation of new bioinformatics workshops, partnering with an otolaryngology research team, organizing a geographic information system (GIS) working group and GIS events at UC, and providing research assistance for clinical research teams. In addition, the informationists regularly interact with and serve as members of key governance committees and collaborate with the Offices of Research and Information Technology. The informationist team is also moving two key strategic initiatives forward: the development of formalized research data services and the creation of health informatics support from the Health Sciences Library. Both of these initiatives are helping us to develop models for cross-institutional collaboration.
    Creator/Author: Burgess, Kristen; Baldwin, Ted, and Schick, Leslie
    Submitter: Ted Baldwin
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
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    Date Modified: 2016-03-15T00:00:00Z
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
  5. Positioning for the Data Future: New Directions for the University of Cincinnati Libraries

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    Description/Abstract: Poster presented at the Data Information Literacy Symposium, September 22-24 at Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN)
    Creator/Author: Burgess, Kristen and Baldwin, Ted
    Submitter: Ted Baldwin
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
    Language: English
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    Date Modified: 2016-12-14T00:00:00Z
    Date Created: 2013-09-22
    Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International
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  6. TRAIL : A labor of LOVE expanding open access to government information

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    Description/Abstract: The Technical Report Archive and Image Library (TRAIL), an open access digital library of U.S. federal technical reports, is now celebrating 10 years of existence. TRAIL is truly a labor of love, built from scratch and nurtured by a growing and passionate community of member organizations and volunteers. Through this group’s collective efforts, TRAIL has progressed from a small pilot (200 digitized documents) to the current library of 50,000+ technical reports, and contains content of interest to all disciplines. TRAIL provides an integrated website and search interface for discovery of reports from a range of federal agencies - well-known ones, such as the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), and obscure ones such as the Office of Saline Waters. This initiative is funded by its member organizations, including the Government Publishing Office (GPO), and works under the administration of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL). It represents a strong collaboration between government document librarians, subject librarians in academia, and the many partner organizations that support the digitization workflows (e.g., University of Michigan Google Book Project scanning) and donate content for digitization. This poster will describe TRAIL’s genesis and development, its growth in membership and volunteers (including our new no-cost “personal” membership option), lessons learned while fostering the LOVE and awareness of open access discovery and digital preservation, and future plans to increase the reach of TRAIL’s activities.
    Creator/Author: Nesdill, Daureen and Baldwin, Ted
    Submitter: Ted Baldwin
    Publisher: TRAIL: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
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    Date Modified: 2016-07-18T00:00:00Z
    Date Created: 2016-06-12
    Rights: All rights reserved
  7. Achieving Ambitious Agendas with Limited Means at the University of Cincinnati

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    Description/Abstract: Scholar@UC - scholar.uc.edu - is the faculty self-submission repository currently in development at the University of Cincinnati (UC). Using the Hydra framework, this system comes in an environment of dramatic change: new partnerships across campus and with other entities, new engagement with faculty and stakeholders, growing needs for internal staff job development, and development of new researcher services. The UC Libraries is lean on staffing in comparison with its peers, so we face unique challenges that require flexibility and creativity. We embrace both nimble processes and a strong sense of risk-taking, to ensure that Scholar@UC becomes a critical enterprise system. This panel reflects on three aspects of our engagement and development efforts. First, we will discuss outreach efforts to bring together a small set of “early adopter” faculty, and the process of assembling feedback in a personalized, interview-based setting. Then, we will discuss the process to transform this feedback into functional use cases that prioritize needs and desires. Finally, we will discuss building a small and high-functioning software development team, and collaboration with UC’s central IT department and other local/national development efforts. We think this presentation will offer insight for other institutions with ambitious agendas and limited means.
    Creator/Author: Tansey, Eira; Baldwin, Ted, and Newman, Linda
    Submitter: Eira Tansey
    Publisher: University of Cincinnati
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    Date Modified: 2015-09-18T00:00:00Z
    Date Created: 2015-06-04
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Note: Poster presented at Open Repositories conference in Indianapolis, Indiana on 2015-06-09.