Faculty instructions for SelectedWorks

The following instructions on how to load a CV to will be distributed to faculty. They are also available on the following LibGuide: http://libguides.uakron.edu/selectedworks

Faculty: How to Upload your CV to SelectedWorks

Every faculty member should have a “SelectedWorks” home page.

Find your SelectedWorks page by visiting the SelectedWorks Gallery at http://selectedworks.uakron.edu

Once you find your SelectedWorks page, select “Login” from the menu in the upper right. Your SelectedWorks page is associated with your UA email account. You must use your UA email address to log in and edit your page.

If you have never logged into your SelectedWorks page, use the “Forgot your password?” link to reset the password.

There may be content on your SelectedWorks page that you did not add. If so, it was taken from your department’s website by the student assistants who created your page. Regardless, you are now free to edit this page as much as you like.

To upload your CV, look in the “About” tab for the second item, “Curriculum Vitae.” If you hover your mouse on this section, boxes will appear to let you to upload, remove, or replace a file. Upload your CV here. You do not need to create a new CV for your SelectedWorks page; simply update and upload whatever CV you use for communicating your accomplishments to your department and others in your discipline. It is best if you save and upload your CV file as a PDF file, as PDF is the only file format that will display the same on all screens and platforms.

Questions can be referred to Dr. Jon Miller, Director, University Press (mjon [at] uakron [dot] edu)

Vic Fleischer Joins The UniverCity Community Leadership Institute

Vic Fleischer will join a select group of other UA leaders in The UniverCity Community Leadership Institute (UCLI), a new program developed by The University of Akron in partnership with Leadership Akron. This leadership development program will benefit the campus and greater Akron community by building relationships between campus and community leaders and the organizations they serve. The program will begin in early February and continue throughout the Spring 2014 semester.

Upcoming UL Rethinking Race Events

February 7, 2014

The UL is partnering with the School of Communications for Candid Conversations with Dr. Lin on Friday, February 7th at 11am in Einsteins. Dr. Lin, who teaches intercultural communication at UA, will use submissions from The Race Card Project display in Bierce lobby to start conversations about race, ethnicity and identity.  Please join us!

Dr. Lin Flyer Large

February 10, 2014

The opening of the exhibit “This is Akron with Opie Evans: The Rubber City as Seen through the Lens of One of Its Earliest African-American Photographers” at the McClain Gallery of Akron’s Black History and Culture. Reception on February 10th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The exhibit is a partnership between the McClain Gallery, Pan-African Center for Community Studies and Archival Services of University Libraries.

February 14, 2014

Lisa Lazar will be hosting Different faces, different films:  examining the portrayal of race in different types of film and exploring race-related film resources at Bierce Library on Friday, February 14th from 10-11:30am in room 154 in Bierce Library. The session is open to both faculty and students.

The UL sponsored Rethinking Race Film Festival, as well as the Bierce Film series, will continue through Friday February 14.

For more information about Rethinking Race activities on campus, see http://www.uakron.edu/race/

Science Faculty Research Gallery Reception- Thursday Jan. 23

Please join us on Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 3:00pm at the Science Faculty Research Gallery reception in the Science and Technology library.

In the sciences, most research output is in the form of journal articles and over time a tradition developed of honoring particularly excellent articles by putting art from the article on the journal’s cover. To ‘get a cover’ means the researchers have combined excellent research with something visually engaging. If you walk through the halls of a research building, you will see journal covers like these proudly displayed on doorways and lab windows.

This gallery collects journal covers from University of Akron researchers in Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Polymer Engineering and Polymer Science.

ResearchGalleryInvite

 

CORRECTION- December 11-12: UL Professional Headshots

Professional photographers will be available in the Bay Room to take headshots of UL staff and faculty on the afternoon of December 11 and morning of December 12. Each portrait session will be 10 minutes and you will have the opportunity to choose your favorite pose. The headshots can be used for LibGuides, committee/department websites, professional organizations, e-digest announcements, etc.  It is not mandatory.

 

What:                   Professional Headshots for UL Faculty and Staff

When:                  December 12: 1-5pm and December 13: 9am-12pm

Where:                 Bay Room

Sign-up:     http://vols.pt/yT4is9

Know the Roo Sessions

As you may know, University Libraries is hosting two sessions in conjunction with the Institute for Teaching and Learning entitled Know the Roo: University Libraries Resources, Services, and Partnerships to Enhance Success. The sessions are today (4/17) at 1:00 and tomorrow (4/18) at 2:00 in room 154. I am lucky enough to be hosting the sessions and wanted to share the Libguide that I prepared (with plenty of help from Trevor and Lisa): http://libguides.uakron.edu/faculty. This is just for these sessions and can grow into a more general guide for faculty. Please send me any ideas you have for additional content or let me know if you would like to add to the guide.

As an aside, Trevor and I are aware that three of the widgets are not working properly. They will be fixed ASAP!

Recent Scholarly and Professional Activity in UL

Please join me in recognizing our colleagues for their recent scholarly and professional activity. I apologize if I missed any of your recent accomplishments. Please e-mail me directly and I will include you in the next listing.

Susan Ashby:

– Panel Session “Zen and the Art of a Sierra Migration” at the Eastern Great Lakes Innovative Users Group Conference. September 21, 2012 in Akron, OH.

– Co-Presented “Implementing Sierra” at the Eastern Great Lakes Innovative Users Group Conference. September 21, 2012 in Akron, OH.

– Presented “Demand Driven Acquisitions” at the Eastern Great Lakes Innovative Users Group Conference. September 21, 2012 in Akron, OH.

– Accepted and started a 3-three year appointment as a System Functional Expert for the Innovative Users Group.

Lori Fielding:

– Received the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf collection as part of a National Endowment for the Humanities Bridging Cultures Initiative.

Jeff Franks:

– Franks, Jeffrey A. Consult Me First: Building Consultative Relationships between Top-Level and Mid-Level Library Managers. In Managing in the Middle. Chicago: American Library Association, 2012.

– Franks, Jeffrey A. The Poor Administrator and You: Survival Tips for the Mid-Level Manager In Managing in the Middle. Chicago: American Library Association, 2012.

Mike Hawkins:

– Michael Hawkins. Review of Fischer, Klaus P., Hitler and America. H-German, H-Net Reviews. March, 2013, http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=36049.

Michelle Mascaro:

– Gainer, Emily and Michelle Mascaro. “Faster Digital Output: Using Student Workers to Create Metadata for a Grant-Funded Project.” Provenance, v. 30 (2012):8-28.

– Bibliographic Standards Committee, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section, Association of College and Research Libraries. Examples to Accompany Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books). Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Cataloging Distribution Service, 2013. In Catalogers Desktop. http://desktop.loc.gov. (Specifically, I am acknowledged in the introduction for conducting final proofreading and formatting of the examples.)

– Co-moderated with Christine DeZelar-Tiedman, University of Minnesota, a discussion session titled “Directing without a Script: Strategies for Successful Technical Services Project Management” at the Rare Book and Manuscript Section Preconference in Minneapolis, Minn., June 23-26, 2013.

Mike Tosko:

– “RTÉ Archives: Raidio Teilifis Eireann” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 50.5 (2013): 840-.

– “Atlas of the Great Irish Famine.” Booklist 109.8 (2012): 27-.

– “The African American Electorate: A Statistical History.” Booklist 109.6 (2012): 28-.

– “Eyewitness to World War II: The Epic Story of History’s Greatest Conflict.” Booklist 109.6 (2012): 28-.

– “The Literature of War.” Booklist 109.6 (2012): 28-.