Proposal Title

Featuring Graduate Student Works in the Institutional Repository

Start Date

16-3-2020 11:30 AM

End Date

16-3-2020 12:00 PM

Author(s) Bio

Anne Shelley is the scholarly communication librarian and subject librarian for music at Illinois State University.

Presenter Status

Academic Librarian

Keywords

Research, Symposium, Graduate School, Collaboration, Institutional Repository

Presentation Type

30 minutes (e.g. Individual)

Description of Proposal

Milner Library and the Graduate School at Illinois State University have collaborated on a variety of initiatives in recent years, such as presenting workshops for graduate students and providing guidance for formatting theses and dissertations. This presentation will highlight one of these collaborations: the inclusion of student presentation materials from the annual University Research Symposium into ISU ReD, the University's institutional repository. The presentation will cover the communication and workflow process between the library and the Graduate School, as well as observations and recommendations for those who may want to pursue a similar initiative on their own campus.

What takeaways will attendees learn from your session?

Details, pros, and cons of a possible workflow for including symposium content into a repository

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Mar 16th, 11:30 AM Mar 16th, 12:00 PM

Featuring Graduate Student Works in the Institutional Repository

Milner Library and the Graduate School at Illinois State University have collaborated on a variety of initiatives in recent years, such as presenting workshops for graduate students and providing guidance for formatting theses and dissertations. This presentation will highlight one of these collaborations: the inclusion of student presentation materials from the annual University Research Symposium into ISU ReD, the University's institutional repository. The presentation will cover the communication and workflow process between the library and the Graduate School, as well as observations and recommendations for those who may want to pursue a similar initiative on their own campus.