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  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert, Jonathan D. Schwarz
    Abstract:

    The iconic Hesburgh Library building was nearing its 50th anniversary when review of the facilities program began in advance of renovation planning. This talk centers on graduate student workspaces, in particular closed study carrels that were characterized as ‘mop closets’ by some occupants. In 2013, review of existing data and feedback informed the initial planning for renovation of one tower floor in the library and its graduate student spaces. Through a series of focus groups, ope…

    Date Created:
    2017-10-10
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert
    Abstract:

    Do you struggle with locating your files? Is it nearly impossible for you to find and retrieve articles and content that you’ve saved on a moment’s notice? Does your bookmark file look like a junk drawer from the kitchen or garage? Are you still storing 17 drafts of that paper you completed, turned in, edited, resubmitted and received a final grade on years ago because you don’t remember which paper-final-final-final.doc is the actual final copy?

    If yes is the answer to any of these questio…

    Date Created:
    2016-09-27
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert, Mimi Beck, Matthew Capdevielle, Kara Donnelly
    Abstract:

    Creating an accountability group is a way to extend one of the benefits of dissertation camp: You build a community of people around you who are doing the same thing, which compels you to stay focused on your work. Many students who are wrapping up their camp experience ask about how to form their own ongoing writing group. This document seeks to introduce some ways to do this to ensure understanding of the goals and working styles to which your group agrees. Through mutual understanding and …

    Date Created:
    2016-06-29
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Creators(s):
    Mandy Havert
    Description:

    This dataset hosts a set of sample documents used to share schedules for graduate student thesis and dissertation camps and undergraduate senior thesis camps planned and held at the Hesburgh Libraries and co-sponsored by the University Writing Center and the Graduate School.

    Date Created:
    2016-06-17
  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert
    Abstract:

    This presentation will help students in all fields plan their strategy to and manage their research while traveling abroad. It introduces students to faculty in the Hesburgh Libraries who are able to provide consultations on data and research management consultations, and addresses how students should think about their data backups (and more backups) and what they need to consider when returning to the home institution.

    Date Created:
    2016-06-17
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert, Laura Bayard
    Abstract:

    This presentation is a companion to the poster image shared in the CurateND repository. It has detailed information about the history, inception and administration of the Undergraduate Library Research Award (ULRA) award. It is setup to autoplay the slides in movie format. It was originally shared during a poster presentation at the 2016 Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI) meeting in 2016.

    Date Created:
    2016-05-05
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Heongi Jeong
    Abstract:

    Submitted to the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame in the Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Business Administration

    There are three guarantees; demand guarantees, standby letters of credit, and surety bonds, that are used over the world to safeguard project owners when contractors fail to fulfill the performance. In the United States, surety bonds are usually required while, in Europe, demand guarantees or standby letters of credit …

    Date Created:
    2016-05-04
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Abstract:

    Between October and December 2015, a small study was conducted to understand the past and current collaborations between academic campus museums and libraries. Association of American Universities, Private (AAUP) libraries were contacted to share the relationships they have with their campus museums and galleries. Specifically, art librarians were targeted as the Snite Museum is an art museum. From these responses, recommendations were made to the University Librarian for potential partnershi…

    Date Created:
    2015-12-21
    Resource Type
    Report
  • Author(s):
    Kai Alexis Smith
    Abstract:

    In summer 2015, I explored the possibility of a Materials Library being built at the University of Notre Dame (ND). The interest for this came from faculty in the Art, Art History, and Design department. In this document many aspects of building such a collection and possible partners and departments on campus that might be interested are identified including ways to acquire materials, possible vendors, recommended readings, ways to organize such a collection, funding, and possible outreach o…

  • Abstract:

    In Spring 2015, I was apart of a team at the University of Notre Dame in the Engineering library that was assembled to collect data about the library space from faculty, staff and students in the College of Engineering. After the team collected data from January to April 2015, I wrote a report. The report analyzes the data and proposes potential changes to the library.

    Date Created:
    2015-12-17
    Resource Type
    Report
  • Abstract:

    In Fall 2014, I was apart of a team at the University of Notre Dame’s Kresge Law Library (KLL) that conducted a social media survey focusing on graduate students. The survey helped the KLL develop a social media strategy and I taught trained the staff and librarians how to utilize Facebook and Twitter for library marketing. I wrote this Social Media Guide to help guide the KLL in content creation and suggested tips.

    Date Created:
    2015-12-17
    Resource Type
    Report
  • Author(s):
    Douglas Thain, Peter Ivie, Haiyan Meng
    Abstract:

    An increasing amount of scientific work is performed in silico, such that the entire process of investigation, from experiment to publication, is performed by computer. Unfortunately, this has made the problem of scientific reproducibility even harder, due to the complexity and imprecision of specifying and recreating the computing environments needed to run a given piece of software. Here, we consider from a high level what techniques and technologies must be put in place to allow for the ac…