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  • Author(s):
    Hanna Bertoldi, Peggy Griesinger, Mikala Narlock, Abigail Shelton
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    Our session will center on the collaboration between the library, archives, and art museum at the University of Notre Dame to make the collections of these campus partners available in a shared digital space. We will focus on three areas of collaboration: rights for digital objects, user experience and design, and a metadata crosswalk.

    The first area of collaboration concerns rights information and associated workflows. Libraries and museums have different practices in making rights determin…

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    2020-11-06
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  • Author(s):
    Mikala Narlock, Don Brower
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    Our Samvera-based institutional repository is nearing eight years old, and one can safely say it is middle aged– and with middle age comes a mid-life crisis. Over the course of the past year, the current product owners have examined the role and vision of the repository and embraced the role of maintainers, advocating for critical external needs. Balancing the technical needs and costs of an aging system while providing new services to meet user needs with a limited technical staff has requi…

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    2020-10-28
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  • Author(s):
    Cheri Smith
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    In recent years, the Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame have developed and sustained a partnership with our campus student wellness center (The McDonald Center for Student Well-Being - aka “McWell”) that includes several programs designed to promote overall physical, mental and emotional health for our users and our library staff. Our partnership began in 2016 with the introduction of McWell’s “Let’s Talk” service (https://ucc.nd.edu/lets-talk/), which is a program d…

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    2019-12-18
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    Mikala Narlock
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    Since the publication of the “FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship” (Wilkinson et al., 2016), a wide-variety of sciences, mathematics, and other data-intensive fields have utilized the principles to promote reusability of data and ensure the long-term preservation of valuable outputs. In particular, domain experts and leading researchers have organized hackathons and sprints to define FAIR for their specific domains. Similarly, these domain experts have creat…

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    2019-11-10
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  • Author(s):
    Pat Lawton, Mikala Narlock, Patrick Rader
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    The process of moving digitized and born-digital materials from selection to recovery, discovery, and preservation, was ambiguous at Notre Dame, as a “favor system” had become the norm. To address the issue, the Digital Collections Workflow (DCW) team, comprised of individuals from units across the library, developed workflows based on representative and adaptable use cases. This collaborative process, fueled by shared experience, resulted in a low- tech “case manager” approach that ensures p…

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    2019-04-29
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang
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    Multiphoton microscopy combined with fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (MPM-FLIM) is a technique that allows for imaging the lifetime of fluorescence created by two-photon excitation. It not only possesses the advantages of MPM such as large imaging depth, but also the strengths of FLIM including the ability to discriminate different fluorophores with similar emission spectra. In FLIM, the frequency-domain (FD) method, which relies on periodic intensity-modulated excitation light and i…

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    2015-10-22
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang
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    In cancer and all biomedical researches, we always need a microscope with better imaging precision, speed, functionality, and depth, so that the diagnostics and treatments of cancer and other diseases can be accurate, fast, and noninvasive. However, conventional fluorescence microscopes cannot satisfy these needs due to physical limits on resolution, speed, information, and depth. In this work, we aim to overcome these limits using novel super-resolution microscopy and high-speed quantitative…

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    2018-04-09
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang
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    Multiphoton microscopy (MPM) is a widely used in vivo imaging technique in biological and medical applications. In the case of two-photon excitation fluorescence, two lower-energy photons excite a fluorophore which in turn emits a single higher-energy photon, whose rate depends quadratically on the excitation intensity, thus enabling higher resolution with narrower point spread function (PSF) than conventional one-photon fluorescence microscopy. Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM)…

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    2016-04-04
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang
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    To fundamentally understand biological and medical phenomena such as aging and diseases, we need the information of the microenvironment surrounding living cells. We propose the multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (MPM-FLIM) platform with super-sensitivity and super-resolution capabilities to quantitatively obtain this information at the intracellular level. First, we present a simple MPM oxygen imaging probe compatible with aqueous biological media based on water-soluble rut…

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    2017-03-30
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang
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    Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy is an important tool in biomedical research for its ability to discern features smaller than the diffraction limit, but its universal application is not feasible due to its difficult implementation and high cost. In this research, we propose and demonstrate a new kind of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy that can be easily implemented and requires neither additional hardware nor complex post-processing. The microscopy is based on the principle o…

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    2017-10-19
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  • Author(s):
    Mandy Havert, Jonathan D. Schwarz
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    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…

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    2017-10-10
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  • Author(s):
    Helen Hockx-Yu
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    Presentation given at iPres2017, the 14th International Conference on Digital Preservation which took place in Kyoto, Japan on September 25 – 29, 2017. It is based on a paper which was accepted by the conference https://curate.nd.edu/show/9p290863t3j.

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    2017-10-05
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