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Colby College's contribution to the bepress sponsored webinar. From bepress' description:

Undergraduate research initiatives are cropping up at institutions across the country, highlighting the need for undergraduate publication venues. Colleges and universities are finding that publishing undergraduate work not only completes the research cycle for emerging scholars; it also showcases the quality of an institution’s student work to prospective students and their parents, as well as to prospective faculty members.

At Colby College, Suzi Cole, Scholarly Resources & Services, Sciences Librarian, and Martin Kelly, Assistant Director for Digital Collections, collaborate with the Environmental Studies program to publish the Colby Environmental Assessment Team’s projects in Digital Commons @ Colby, in addition to a variety of other projects.

And at Utah State University, Betty Rozum has worked extensively with the Physics department to bring more visibility to their student work in DigitalCommons@USU. She and Becky Thoms are now working to engage additional departments across campus.

Over the course of this webinar, the presenters will discuss their respective projects, the benefits to students and to the institution, and tips for pursuing similar projects on your own campuses.

Presented by
Suzi Cole, Scholarly Resources & Services, Sciences Librarian at Colby College
Martin Kelly, Assistant Director for Digital Collections at Colby College
Betty Rozum, Associate Dean for Technical Services at Utah State University
Becky Thoms, Head of Digital Initiatives at Utah State University


Watch a screencast of the entire program at:

Colby College bepress webinar 2015_04_16.pptx (16253 kB)
Power Point Presentation (16.6 MB)

Colby College bepress webinar 2015_04_16.pdf (13551 kB)
Printable PDF (14 MB)



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