Learn More About ScholarSpace

April 16, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library 306

The UHM Library invites you to a presentation on SCHOLARSPACE
UHM’s Institutional Repository.

Many of you are familiar with ScholarSpace – the UHM Institutional Repository – and have used it for research or in your teaching or have created collections for special projects for your department. Others of you may not be aware that UHM has an institutional repository or may have only a vague notion of its existence.

Now is a chance to come and learn all about ScholarSpace and how it might serve you in your teaching and learning activities. It will also be a good time to come with ideas about how you might develop a collection in ScholarSpace and to chat with the repository manager and staff. And if you are a long-time user of ScholarSpace, please consider coming and sharing your experience in the use and development of collections in the repository. This presentation will be followed later in the year by an in depth, hands on workshop covering collection creation and adding and editing items in ScholarSpace.

This will be the first in a series of presentations focused on various digital assets that the UHM Library collects and manages. It is sponsored by the UHM Library, and presented by the UHM Digital Library Program Task Force.

Background: In the spring of 2014, a Digital Library Program (DLP) Task Force was formed at the UHM Library. The main goal of the Task Force is to build upon prior work in developing an organizational structure for a digital assets management strategy for the Library. One specific charge of the Task Force is to engage in outreach about the UHM digital assets to the Library’s constituencies, especially as it applies to teaching and learning.

Event Sponsor
UHM Library, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Beth Tillinghast, (808) 956-2472, betht@hawaii.edu

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