The University Libraries offers financial support to eligible members of the Mason community to offset the costs of publishing in scholarly open access (OA) journals that charge author fees. Complete and submit the Open Access Publishing Fund (OAP Fund) application on the University Libraries’ website to apply for funds. Please read the journal eligibility requirements before applying. Contact Claudia Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
The Arlington Campus Library is conducting a survey over the next few weeks to better understand graduate student research needs, and how the Library can be improved to support your productivity and success. The online survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Your responses are voluntary and confidential.
For more information or any questions about your rights as a participant, please contact Mary Oberlies or Beth Roszkowski at 703-993-4121 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. This project has been reviewed and approved by the Mason Institutional Review Board (IRBnet number: 881461-1).
Scholarship on Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is a growing area of research and discussion at top universities across the country, and we are excited to be joining their ranks through this inaugural effort. GW faculty interested in the systematic inquiry of teaching and learning are invited to present their classroom research, big or small, completed or in progress, at a SoTL Poster Session that will be part of the 2016 GW Teaching Day on October 14, 2016.
Poster proposals are due May 15, 2016. Find out more information about the suggested research strands, timeline for acceptance, and proposal submission process on our website at go.gwu.edu/sotl. For additional questions, please contact Professor Natalia Romanova or Professor Maria de la Fuente.
The Eckles Prize is awarded to a freshman for a research project that shows significant and meaningful use of the resources and services available at the GW Libraries.
First year students are encouraged to submit a research project of any length or format, as well as an essay summarizing how library resources were used to complete that project. Students should enter the one project that they feel reflects their best work of the year.
Prizes are awarded to the top 3 submissions:
1st Place: $500
2nd Place: $300
3rd Place: $200
Visit go.gwu.edu/EcklesPrize to view the official instructions and criteria. You can also find a selection of past winning papers.
The deadline to apply is May 20, 2016. Winners will be announced in late summer. Winning students will present their papers during an awards ceremony in the fall.
Would your data make more sense shown on a map? Do you need to statistically analyze data over space?
ArcGIS is a geographic information system system (GIS) that allows people to collect, organize, manage, analyze, communicate, and distribute geographic information. Now you can learn and use this powerful software at Gelman Library! ArcGIS is available on all Gelman PCs (not Macs) and GIS specialist Kean McDermott is here to help you use it.
Wednesday, March 30
10:00am to 11:30am
Gelman Library, Room 300
Good design habits can bring order and clarity to any document, from a business card to an oversize poster. Knowing when to apply harmony, contrast, balance and space to printed materials draws viewers and audience members in, focusing their attention on the ideas you wish to communicate. Learn the building blocks of successful design at this workshop presented by the GW Libraries' Exhibits Developer Phil Raino.