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Newsletter Fall 2019 Semester
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Huet, Hélène
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Newsletter

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This is a newsletter for Fall 2019 about the services I provide for my patrons, new resources we have recently acquired in the UF libraries, information about the IR@UF and ORCID, quick facts about the Graduate Student Workshop Series as well as faculty and graduate carrels, and 10 of our most recent book acquisitions.
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Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Hélène Huet.

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 201 9 20 20 1 Everything you need to know for 201 9 20 20 Fall 2016 E MAIL: HHUET@UFL.EDU ; TWITTER: @SUPERHH ; PHONE: 352 273 2771 IN THIS ISSUE : MY SERVICES NEW RESOURCES IR@UF, ORCID QUIC K FACTS RECENT ACQUISITIONS My Services What Can I Do for You? Create a LibGuide for a course Provide library instruction Help on a digital project (teaching or research) Consult with you for your research Find resources Purchase books Purchasing materials with ongoing costs such as journals and databases is more difficult, but feel free to discuss these potential purchases with me. Make sure to check out the LibGuides and to add them to your syllabi : French and Francophone Studies ; Germanic Studies ; Italian Studies ; Portuguese Studies ; Spanish Studies New Resources Early Soviet Cinema : These 89 e B ooks originally published in print from 1928 to 1948 focus on everything related to the Golden Age of Soviet cinema. Daily Reports of the Gestapo Headquarters Vienna 1938 1945 From 193 4 on, the Regional Gestapo Headquarters throughout the entire German Reich had to report all political incidents of the previous 24 hours to Berlin. The purpose of these reports was to outline the mood, the political situation and security measures. 741 da ily reports of the Gestapo regional headquarters in Vienna are now published for the first time In all, the database provides information about 16,000 men and women either arrested or being kept under surveillance by the Gestapo. Oxford Research Encyclopedia International Studies Oxford Research Encyclopedia Linguistics Oxford Research Encyclopedia Li terature Oxford Research Encyclopedia Politics

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 2 IR@UF What is the Institutional Repository at UF ? The IR@UF is the digital archive for the intellectual output of the UF community. The following types of materials may be deposited into the IR@UF: journal articles, theses, grant proposals, data sets, conference papers and proceedings, white papers, etc... Depositors retain copyright of their works but can specify how their works may be reused by se lecting a Creative Commons License. Why participate in the IR@UF? UF encourages members of its community to contribute their scholarly and research materials to the IR@UF for archiving and for open access availability to readers and researchers around the world. The IR also provides consistent, stable links to your materials that facilitate citations and that are ideal for use on your website, CV or other promotional materials. How do I participate in the IR@UF ? From the IR@UF main page any othe r questions, contact the Scholarly Repository Librarian, Chelsea Johnston, at cjohnston@ufl.edu To learn more, check out the ORCID Open Researcher and Contributor ID What is ORCID ? It is both a standard and a service to help researchers establish and maintain their scholarly identity. It helps distinguish researchers with similar or identical names, differences in spellings or translations of names across languages, and changes in their name or affiliations over their career. ORCID aims to prevent name confusion in digital collections of publications or databases. ORCIDs assign unique and persistent identifiers and manages records of researchers and their research activities including sc holarly works, affiliations, and funding. ORCID iDs are available to any scholar who is interested. The iD is a randomly assigned, sixteen digit number that uniquely distinguishes a researcher from all others in the world. For more information see http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/datamanagement/orcid How do I claim my free ORCID ID? 1. Claim your free ORCID iD at http://orcid.org/register 2. Enter your research outputs and biographical information manually or using ORCID's automated import tool. 3. Use your ORCID when you apply for grants, submit publications, or share your CV. 4. Include your iD in your UF Directory Profile. UF faculty, research ers, and students can add their ORCID to their myUFL profile. An ORCID will help to improve faculty annual reporting and contribute to a more efficient and streamlined reporting of research outputs for tenure and promotion packets. For details on how to ad d an ORCID to your myUFL profile, please see http://training.hr.ufl.edu/instructionguides/orcid/Orcid_myUFL_directoryprofile.pdf

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LIBRARY WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 3 Quick Facts The Graduate Students Research Series is happening again this semester. UF Librarians Hlne Huet (European Studies), Perry Collins (Scholarly Communication), Megan Daly (Classics, Philosophy, and Religion), and David Schwieder (Political Science), as well as UF Professional Writing Professor Sean Trainor, will present a seri es of research focused sessions to help graduate students with the following topics: o Getting Your Teaching on Track: Helpful Tips for New Instructors (Oct, 2 ) ; o Getting a Job: A Discussion about Finding Work after Grad School (Oct, 9 ) ; o Getting Published: Writing Clear, Effective Academic Prose (Oct, 16 ) ; o Getting Free: Leveraging Open Access Publishing Options (Oct, 23 ) ; o Getting Organized: Tips on Project and Time Management (Oct, 30) All sessions are Period 4 10:40 11:30 a.m. Room 212 L ibrary West (Scott Nygren Studio) No registration required All UF Graduate and Professional Students Are Welcome Applications for faculty and graduate carrels for 201 9 20 20 are available here: http://apps.uflib.ufl.edu/cars/ Policy pages the fine print are available here for grads and here for fa culty Summary of how it works: o 16 faculty carrels; 28 graduate carrels. Carrels are NOT assigned first come, first served; all applicants have until August 2 3 to apply and receive consideration. o For faculty, we prioritize: H&SS faculty, on sabbatical, Assistant Professor, using Library West resources. Assignments are made after the first week of classes. o For graduates, we prioritize: H&SS fields, registered for dissertation credit, using Library West resources. Assignments are made after drop/add has en ded, since we need to verify registration. Check Out Some of O ur M ost R ecent Acquisitions: 1. Latin Blackness in Parisian Visual Culture, 1852 1932 2. Modles et fiction l'ge classique et au Sicle des Lumires 3. Giovanni Boccaccio 4. Tiempo de tormentas 5. From Franco to Freedom : The Roots of The Transition to Democracy in Span, 1962 1982 6. Pretexts for Writing: German Romantic Prefaces, Literatures, and Philosophy 7. Rethinking the Age of Revolutions: France and the Birth of the Modern World. 8. Contending with Populism 9. Modernism, Internationalism and the Russian Revolution 10. Women at Work in Twenty First Century European Cinema