UT Libraries will be hosting an Images of Research competition this semester. The competition is designed to celebrate the research contributions of UT undergraduates. Students may submit images that visualize the research they are engaged in here at UT. Details about the competition, including prizes, timelines, eligibility and submission instructions are available here.
Are you a UT Austin undergrad doing research? If so, here’s your chance to show everyone why your work is so great. Undergraduate Studies is sponsoring a video and presentation competition for undergraduate researchers. Students in the first round will make two minute videos about their research. In the second and final round, students will give a six minute presentation to a live audience and judges. Prizes for the winners include an iPad and scholarships. Video submissions close on Oct. 10th. More information about this opportunity is available on the UGS website.
The Data and Donuts fall schedule is finalized and it looks great! If you are interested in data management topics and you like donuts, plan to be at PCL on Friday afternoons this fall. Here’s the full schedule.
Please join us today, Wednesday, July 19th, 12:00-1:00pm in PCL Learning Lab 4 to learn about digital badging. We’ll have several knowledgeable presenters give a very short presentation and we’ll save the second half of the hour for discussion. Here’s our speaker line-up:
- Victor Baeza, Oklahoma State (via Skype)
- Cinthya Ippoliti, Oklahoma State (via Skype)
- Sarah Sweeney, Center for Open Educational Resources & Language Learning (COERLL)
- Nathalie Steinfeld Childre, COERLL
- Ken Tothero, Texas Extended Campus
If you don’t really know what digital badges are, or would like to share some suggestions for discussion questions, please see our intro to digital badging document.
UT Graduate Students,
The semester is almost over! Come enjoy a sweet treat and a little caffeine to celebrate your hard work. We will have donuts, coffee, and prizes in the kitchen of the Graduate Landing Spot in PCL on Tuesday, May 9th from 9:00-11:00am.
Thanks from all of us at the PCL Scholars Commons!
UT Austin faculty, students, and staff can now request digital object identifiers (DOIs) and Archival Resource Keys (ARKs) for their research products – articles, datasets, posters, etc. DOIs and ARKs are persistent identifiers that allow you to reliable point other people to your work – improving the research process and making it easier for others to cite you.
Requesting a persistent identifier is easy. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and request your DOI or ARK. Not sure what you need? We can help with that too!
For more information about persistent identifiers and about EZID please see: http://ezid.cdlib.org/