Scot McFarlane grew up in Concord, Massachusetts, and Palestine, Texas near the Trinity River. Currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Columbia University, his work has appeared in The Journal of Southern History and Environmental History. At Columbia, Scot has helped teach Mexican History, the History of the South, the History of New York, and is currently drafting a syllabus for a seminar on the history of rivers in North America.
This exhibition is part of The Salute to Faculty Excellence in Research and Creative Activity and one of the 2018 Salute to Faculty Excellence Week events.
The IIIF Community in Texas is pleased to present a free local meeting and showcase. The IIIF is a set of shared application programming interface (API) specifications for interoperable functionality in digital image repositories.
UNT Libraries invites students of Discovery Park to visit an interactive open house event hosted by The Factory.
Diane Bruxvoort, UNT's new dean of libraries will present an update on growth in collections and services and how this relates to our support for open access.
Welcome back to UNT Libraries, students! Let's talk about video games.
Yes, that sentence sounds a little anachronistic. Libraries and video games? Who runs this place, dogs and cats? (Ed. note: We wish.)
This presentation looks at models of open access scholarly publishing and examines the costs and value of such publication models. We’ll address some of the persistent questions and myths about open access publishing (Is it “predatory”? Is it “self-publishing”? Is it peer-reviewed?) and look at how various disciplines have embraced it as a model of scholarly dissemination.
For details and registration, see the Graduate School's Upcoming Workshops page.
The Proposal Preparation Workshop is designed to prepare graduate students to research and write their dissertation or thesis proposals. The workshop will focus on the needs of students in the STEM disciplines. We have scheduled a number of speakers who will explain how to 1) write proposals for the two broad disciplines (Engineering and Sciences), 2) do research for your literature review, and 3) organize your research with RefWorks.
This workshop will look at ways to build your online academic profile and increase the impact of your work.
This workshop will offer an introduction to scholarly publishing for graduate students or early-career academics.
Come learn more about the typical process of submitting, revising, and publishing a scholarly journal article, some tips on securing author’s rights, and resources available through the University Libraries for identifying journals for publication, sharing your work, and determining scholarly impact.