Supporting In-Service Teachers' Professional Teaching Knowledgesecond year tasks include: 1) advertise pilot workshops and recruit workshop cohorts; 2) deploy two pilot workshops; 3) assess curriculum effectiveness through participant evaluations and interviews; 4) update and enhance web-based resources and learning modules based on student evaluations and moderator recommendations; 5) work with community partners, including nasig, pkp, and lpc, to publicize and encourage adoption and to encourage others to develop additional modules.-b: digital libraries/history of digital libraries and library automation. library publishers differ from their scholarly communications peers in that they are (a) more likely to deal with different content types along with books and journals (e. poster presented at the joint conference on digital libraries, austin, tx, june 15-19, 2009. year 1, we will develop four publishing curriculum modules, including gathering and authoring resources and building web infrastructure to host the modules.
ERIC - Journals Listhand-coded and whimsical digital publication that accompanies a physical and ebook from punctum books, in divisible cities is a playful and interactive exploration of pettman’s text.., gray literature, “boutique” digital humanities projects, digital collections); (b) more likely to employ open licensing and distribution models that have significant impacts on both financial planning and on rights management considerations for both authors and publishers; and (c) embedded in the library, which enables new alignment opportunities between publishing and traditional library tasks. first year tasks include: 1) establish core competencies for each module with the advisory board; 2) implement stable, extensible web infrastructure to host the curriculum; 3) select and engage module authors; 4) create and assemble learning resources and tutorials. mary’s college of maryland), jon cawthorne (west virginia university), isaac gilman (pacific university), holly mercer (university of tennessee), marilyn billings (umass amherst), october ivins (ivins econtent solutions, ssp), carol ann borchert (university of south florida, nasig), sarah lippincott (independent scholarly communications and digital scholarship consultant). in proceedings of the 9th international conference on asian digital libraries (pp.
the 7th acm/ieee-cs joint conference on digital libraries, vancouver, british columbia, canada, june 18-23. the core: digital library education in library and information science programs. the curriculum’s relevance will extend to include librarians working with a range of content types, such as repository managers working with gray literature and etds, and digital collections staff working with digitized archival materials. the 10th international conference on asian digital libraries, hanoi, vietnam, dec.), handbook of research on digital libraries: design, development and impact (pp.
year 1, we will develop four publishing curriculum modules, including gathering and authoring resources and building web infrastructure to host the modules. library publishers differ from their scholarly communications peers in that they are (a) more likely to deal with different content types along with books and journals (e. in year 2, we will finalize and broadly disseminate the curriculum. and implement a competency-based, synchronous and asynchronous curriculum for library publishing. relevance to imls funding priorities: this proposal addresses the imls “learning in the library” funding priority by contributing to the development of a skilled 21st century library workforce.