I'll be teaching my first info lit session to senior engineering students embarking on a capstone project. I don't really know yet how engineering research works. Any suggestions from you brilliant lot?
And Wollega University (Ethiopia) wins the Best Abbreviation/URL award for its Gold OA journal, the Science, Technology and Arts Research Journal--or STAR journal, www.starjournal.org. http://www.starjournal.org/
Any advice for the best way to read a JSON file? Using the Backupify service, I downloaded a copy of my contributions to Facebook. The file I got had to be unzipped and then included thousands of JSON files (as welll as JPEGs). Opening a random JSON file in Firefox proved to be unsatisfying.
Speaking as we were of Aspesi: I'm looking to populate a Charleston panel on the challenges of managing OA funds/APCs. Anybody going who would be good to give (some variant of) library perspective (or indeed any other perspective)?
LSW - help me brainstorm. Trying to an evaluation tool of journals for authors. What information is important and relevant? I have title, publisher, impact factor, key words, and OA. I would love submission schedule, but that seems impossible.
As you might imagine (since I work for Springshare), I see a lot of LibGuides and a lot of people's profile images. I just saw a very cute one of a librarian and her cat. I like profile pics with pets, and maybe patrons will feel a librarian is more approachable because they have a pet. Thoughts?
Here's one for the Grammar folks. Title: Subtitle, right? Student is asking me about an article he wants to cite (APA style) where the title ends with a question mark. Does he cite as
Title?: Subtitle or Title? Subtitle.
This is my query to you.