ICPSR Data Fair October 3-5, 2018

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the ICPSR Data Fair at #SHU_Libraries!

When: October 3-5, 2018
Where: 2nd Floor, Walsh Library
To Register: http://shu.libsurveys.com/Events-RSVP

ICPSR is the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research housed at the University of Michigan. Attend one of the sessions below to learn how to search for datasets in all disciplines or how to archive research data. These programs will enhance student and faculty research data management skills.


Wednesday, October 3

ICPSR in the Liberal Arts Context – Making the Most of ICPSR at a BA Institution

1 – 1:50 p.m  – Location: Dean’s Conference Room

Faculty and librarians from liberal arts institutions (focus on undergraduate education) will talk about how ICPSR is used on their campuses – including some tips for working with faculty across different disciplines. Presenters: Julio Rivera & Carol Sabbar (Carthage College), Paula Lackie (Carleton College).


Thursday, October 4

Restricted Data: Depositing, Accessing and Sharing

12 – 12:50 p.m.  Location: Dean’s Conference Room

Learn about accessing restricted use data at ICPSR. The program will define “restricted-use data” and then dive into the deposit process, how to determine if you need restricted-use data, the process for applying to use for restricted-use data.


 “I’ve got these data, where do I put them?” – A Look at Deposit Options

1 – 1:50 p.m.  Location: Dean’s Conference Room

A look at all of your options for depositing data with ICPSR from self-deposit through full curation. A walk-through of the deposit process will be included.


ICPSR Data Depositors Tell All! (a Q&A session)

2 – 2:50 p.m. Location: Common Area

Recent depositors will talk about sharing their data with ICPSR, why they chose the institute, and the benefits they have received from their decisions. Presenters include Roland Kushner (Business) Muhlenberg College, and Sook-Lei Liew, (Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy) USC .


Friday, October 5

From Asking Questions to Sharing Data: A Look at Ethics in Social Research

1 – 1:50 p.m. Location: Dean’s Conference Room

The attention on data sharing has focused ethics discussions on the informed consent process, but collecting, sharing, and reusing data involve a series of ethical considerations. This session will focus on the ways decisions about sampling, question wording, and even analyzing data can have ethical implications.


Can’t make it? You can also register directly with ICPSR (no cost) to join any of these webinars (and more) at bit.ly/ICPSRDataFair

Questions? Email katie.wissel@shu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resource Spotlight: Life Magazine Archive

Life Magazine Archive

#SHU_Libraries is pleased to offer the Life Magazine Archive, an extensive collection of the famed photojournalism magazine, spanning its very first issue in November 1936 through December 2000, in a comprehensive cover-to-cover format.

Visit the Life Magazine Archive https://library.shu.edu/life-magazine.

Access is available to current SHU Faculty, students, staff and administrators.

Published by Time Inc., LIFE magazine has featured story-telling through documentary photographs and informative captions. Each issue visually and powerfully depicted national and international events and topical stories, providing intimate views of real people and their real life situations.

Articles and cover pages are fully indexed and advertisements are individually identified.

Subjects covered include:

– 20th-Century national and international events
– Topical stories
– Award-winning photojournalism
– Politics
– The history of business
– Advertising
– Popular culture

Questions? Contact your subject librarian [link].

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Dr. Marta Deyrup Receives 2018-19 Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Medal

Dr. Marta Deyrup received the 2018-19 Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Medal for her outstanding service to the Seton Hall University community at the Faculty Convocation on Friday, September 14. After receiving the award from Dr. Jonathan Farina, Chair of the Faculty Senate, Dr. Deyrup was given a standing ovation by her colleagues at the event. Dr. Deyrup is a Professor and Co-Head of Technical Services at University Libraries.

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Dr. Marta Deyrup

The Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Award expresses the University’s grateful appreciation and high regard for members of the Seton Hall community who have served beyond measure with selfless dedication and high distinction. The medal bears the honored name of Albert B. Hakim to commemorate his exemplary and extraordinary sixty-two years of dedication and service to Seton Hall University as a professor, dean, colleague and friend. Recent winners of the Faculty Service Medal include: Dr. Judith Lothian, Dr. David Bénéteau, and Dr. Susan Nolan.

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Next Event in our Speaker’s Series: Threats to Democracy: Common Core and the Challenge of Discussing Education Policy in a Democracy

#SHU_Libraries is pleased to announce the next event in our Speaker’s Series: Critical Issues in Information and Education: “Threats to Democracy: Common Core, and the Challenge of Discussing Education Policy in a Democracy.”

The event will be held on Sunday, September 16th in Jubilee Hall Auditorium at 11 a.m. The event will feature Jonathan Cope, Reference Librarian at the College of Staten Island, and Dr. Nicholas Tampio, Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University.

The University Libraries’ Speaker’s Series focuses on the intersection of educational and informational issues.

About Our Speakers
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Jonathan Cope

Jonathan Cope is a Reference/Instruction Librarian at the College of Staten Island (CSI), CUNY. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Politics from Antioch College, a Master of Library and Information Science from Queens College, CUNY, and Master’s in Liberal Studies from The Graduate Center, CUNY. His research is focused on the ways in which library and information literacy work is situated within specific social, cultural, economic, and disciplinary contexts. He is particularly interested in the politics of libraries and library work. Jonathan is the author of a book chapter which discusses the applicability of social power research to information literacy and an article about the ideal of librarianship as an intellectual craft. He is the coauthor of an article about information literacy in the study of American politics and he is the coauthor of an article that details a study of how disciplinarity influences how faculty outside of the library conceptualize information literacy. He is also the author of an article on neoliberalism and library and information science and an essay that outlines a framework that can be used to analyze socially-generated information.

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Dr. Nicholas Tampio

Nicholas Tampio, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University. In his new book Common Core: National Education Standards and the Threat to Democracy (Johns Hopkins University Press 2018), Tampio considers the best arguments for and against national education standards and scrutinizes the Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics standards, the Next Generation Science Standards, the Advanced Placement US History Curriculum Framework, and the National Sexuality Education Standards. He argues that national educational standards alienate citizens from the local schools thereby making education and democracy worse. His talk considers how democracies ought to foster the right kinds of discussions about education policy.

Click to view the Speaker’s Series poster [link]

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