I'm trying to come up with a descriptive label for the (not library) department where this set of papers originated from. They did the binding on the original paper copy as well as being the coordinating authority. The library houses the paper copy of record and did the digitizing.
Fwd: FFeed Librarians, please help if you can. A colleague (actually my boss' new boss) asked me to find research that indicates online learning reduces instruction time for K-12 users. My expertise is Adult Learning Prof Dev, I don't know the K-12 field much. I have the famous metadata review from the US Dept of Ed 2009-10 but it's not that...
When you get questions about whether or not a particular OA journal is credible, what do you normally use as criteria? I've had a couple of these recently and want to make sure I'm not missing something.
In response to Hedgie's post - my apologies for making it a new post, but I wanted to include an image. For book stats, head to Stats > Guides > pick your guide > click Links > then Books. My example is a sad little guide with no books. :)
I thought everyone knew about https://publons.com/ but then I realised that was started by a NZer and all the sources I was hearing about it were also NZers, so. It's aiming at transparency in peer review by developing various ways for peer reviewers to get credit for their reviews.
Hi there, what are your questions about my research guide? Just so you know, I do not link to outside content when it is suggested, without prompting, by those unaffiliated with the university. I consider this practice to be link farming (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...) and an irresponsible use of my web content. Best, Meg
anyone familiar with a newspaper/journal with the title of "the African American Press"? I've got a student that's seen several citations mentioning that title, but I can't find anything. She also doesn't have any other information than just that title