As we welcome in the new year and reflect on all that was accomplished in 2019, we would like to highlight the amazing scholarly activities from Gleeson Library faculty and staff and share them with the USF community. The 2019 Gleeson Library Scholarship Roundup includes conference presentations, articles, posters, and other creative endeavors produced by … Continue reading The 2019 Gleeson Library Scholarship Roundup
Save the date for our fall events for Open Access Week 2019: Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge. Continue reading Open Access Week 2019!
If you’ve ever felt that this citation-centric view of the scholarly world does not fully capture the value of your work—trust that feeling Continue reading Altmetrics and PlumX: More Ways to Measure Your Scholarly Work
Articles published open access are cited more often than articles that are not. End of Story. Continue reading Why You Need to Publish Open Access
USF’s Creative Activity and Research Day (CARD) is this Friday, April 19th in Fromm Hall. This annual one-day conference celebrates the research, artistic, and creative work of USF undergraduate and graduate students. It is a great way for students to present the results of their hard work and showcase their knowledge outside of the classroom. Student talks start this Friday … Continue reading USF Student Creative Activity and Research Day
The Gleeson Library is pleased to welcome University of San Francisco Associate Professor Annick T.R. Wibben who will read from her book Feminist Security Studies: a Narrative Approach (Routledge, 2011) on Wednesday, May 2nd in the Donohue Rare Book Room. The book rethinks security theory from a feminist perspective and challenges the way we think … Continue reading Annick Wibben Reading
The New York Times recently published an interesting article about how the traditional peer review process is being looked at in the context of the democracy of the web. It described an experiment by the journal Shakespeare Quarterly which posted four articles not yet accepted for publication and invited people to submit comments on the … Continue reading Peer Review and the web