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Scholarly communication is the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use.

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Data Hygiene Workshop Best Practices for Keeping Your Data Clean. People cleaning floor that has numbers on it that represent data.

February 21 2020

Data Hygiene: Best Practices for Keeping Your Data Clean: Instruction Video

Messy data is disorganized, inconsistent, and not ready to be analyzed. This is why we practice good data hygiene, an ongoing process of keeping data clean. This video covers best practices and tools used for cleaning data.

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The Big 7: Chesnutt, Hurston, Wright, Ellison, Walker, Baldwin, Bambara and (bonus) Hughes

February 17 2020

#vizoftheweek 5: Quantifying the Circulation History of African American Short-Story Authors

Standard literary histories, which emphasize key dates and moments, sometimes minimize subtle but important developing patterns, which take shape gradually. Because of the Big 7 project, you can read about and visually assess the circulation history of Black short fiction in anthologies.

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detail from Graduation Help Desk visualization

February 10 2020

#vizoftheweek 4: UTA Has a Team That Will Help You Graduate

The Graduation Help Desk provides services to all undergraduate students and can help you overcome barriers to graduating on time, including any fines or holds on your transcripts, issues in your classes, and enrolling in the one course you need to graduate!

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Left to right are Rebecca Mauldin, Bonnie Boardman, Scott Palmer, Kim Breuer, and Aida Allen.

June 6 2019

UTA Libraries awards five OER grants

The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries is pleased to announce six new recipients of the UTA CARES Grant Program.

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October 19 2016

Nick Shockey of SPARC Event Recap

SPARC presentation at UTA Libraries on Open Educational Resources and Open Access Nick Shockey, Director of Programs & Engagement for SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) visited UTA Libraries on September 22, 2016.

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