Library Resources for Faculty Scholarship

Here are some Faculty Scholarship resources shared by CUW Instruction, Research, and Reference Librarian Elaine Gustafson during her program from October 22, 2018.

JOURNAL SEARCH TOOLS

Elsevier Journal Finder

Journal Guide Search

JANE search

Edanz Journal Selector

 

JOURNAL IMPACT FACTORS SEARCH TOOLS

Scimago Journal and Country Rank

SCI Journal Impact Factor List

 

ALTMETRICS SEARCH

Dimensions

 

SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES

Academia: https://www.academia.edu/

Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/

Mendeley:  https://www.mendeley.com/

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/

Google Scholar Author Profile Search: https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=search_authors

 

LIBRARY GUIDES

UIC Measuring Your Impact Guide

UMich Research Impact Metrics Guide

Florida Gulf Coast U Faculty Scholarship Guide

 

WEBSITE GUIDES

“Open Access Overview” by Peter Suber: http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/overview.htm

Connected Researchers Website

American Journal Experts

 

Research Sharing Rights

How Can I Share It: http://www.howcanishareit.com/

Sherpa/Romeo (Publisher search): http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/index.php

 

OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES

Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association

InterNIC Whois search (WEBSITE OWNERSHIP LOOKUP)

 

September 14, 2018 – Center Adjunct Faculty Development Day

Attached below are the handouts and presentation slides from the Center Adjunct Faculty Development Day event.

 

Library Presentation:

Get to Know Primo: DOC

Primo 101

Other Materials:

10 Ideas for Engaging and Successful Student Experience Michael Uden Center Adjunct Faculty

Cocordia Global Learning Outcomes – Dr Tammy Ferry Sept 14, 2018

Five Star Student Experience Michael Uden Center Adjunct Faculty

Small Class Size Resources

 

CELT Programs at CUAA – Fall 2018

Further Dialogue on Creating and Changing Academic Programs
Presented by Bernard Bull

Wednesday September 5, 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the Manor Ballroom

Following the presentation to faculty on August 13 about the new process for creating and changing academic programs, Bernard Bull will lead a conversation highlighting how the process would work. Faculty are encouraged to bring ideas for new programs or program changes to create examples for the conversation.

Critical Conversations: Curriculum in a Post-Christian Culture
Led by Bernard Bull

Thursday September 6, 3:30 – 5:00pm in the Manor Living Room

This session is for faculty. During this session, we will consider curriculum in light of the current culture, a culture in which Christian teachings are sometimes defined or framed as intolerant, irrelevant, bigoted, and even potentially illegal. What are the implications for what and how we teach? How do we prepare students for faith and life in such a context?

Student Evaluation of Teaching: Getting the Meaningful Results You Want
Led by Robert Hill

Monday September 17, 4:10—4:50 pm in Science 101

The focus of this session is how to get your students to complete their online teaching evaluations and to take them seriously, a process that begins long before the end of the semester. We will explore strategies to solicit detailed, meaningful, and helpful student feedback.