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February 2022

Welcome to Dooley Noted, the monthly newsletter for the Oxford College Library! This newsletter provides faculty and staff with information about new resources, library events, staff profiles, and other featured items.

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In this issue:

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New Evening Library Specialist: Winta Bahlibi

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Winta Bahlibi is the new Library Specialist at the Oxford College Library. Winta recently moved to Georgia from Denver, where she worked as a Library Specialist for eight months and co-facilitated a staff Junior Fiction book club. Winta has seven years of experience working in a combination of academic and public libraries, two years of research experience in behavioral genetics, and independently pursues financial markets. Winta received her bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in Integrative Physiology and has a minor in Philosophy.
Welcome to Oxford, Winta!

Spring Library Mini Workshops

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The library will be hosting a series of workshops focused on how to utilize Zotero, as well as how to bring sources into conversation with each other. For each workshop there will be an in-person and a zoom session. Faculty interested in offering attendance at these workshops as an extra credit opportunity should contact their personal librarian. Learn more about our Zotero workshops here.  

Schedule: 

Zotero Basics: February 22, 2022, In-Person - 12:00pm-12:30pm, Zoom- 7:00pm-7:30pm  

Zotero Organization: March 1, 2022, In-Person - 12:00pm-12:30pm, Zoom- 7:00pm-7:30pm 

Sources in Conversation: March 29, 2022, In-Person - 12:00pm-12:30pm, Zoom- 7:00pm-7:30pm 

 
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2022 Celebration of Scholarship & Creative Expression

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We ask that all faculty and staff who have published professional work or have juried art/ multimedia to consider sharing their works with the Oxford College community at the Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Expression (CSCE) 2022! This exhibit is a great way to share accomplishments with the community in a tangible way – your colleagues can read the article, look at the book, appreciate your artistic talents, watch the video... all from the exhibit on the Oxford Library first floor.  Please complete the submission form if you have any item(s) you’d like us to add to the exhibit. Just tell us what the item is and we will take care of tracking it down. If you have artwork to exhibit, we will contact you to arrange pick-up.
 
The other component of CSCE is a great party! We will have amazing food and libations so that we can all get together to view the exhibit – and toast the end of the semester! All faculty and staff, exhibitors and non-exhibitors are welcome. We hope you will join us on April 22 for the party beginning at 4pm.  Invitations will be coming to your inbox soon!
Submission Form

DEI & Oxford Course Reserves

In the fall of 2020, Emory University Libraries formed a subcommittee to analyze materials used in course reserves from 2017-2020 to identify gaps in authorship diversity of assigned course readings. The following is the data the Oxford College Library found:
From the data gathered, we were able to see how most materials put on reserve for courses at Oxford were by white, male authors. These statistics can be used to aid in improving the diversity of materials offered to our students and to increase representation from minority voices. 
If you have any questions about this data, please reach out to us at ox-librarystaff@listserv.cc.emory.edu

Cambridge Read & Publish Agreement

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Starting January 1, 2022, all Emory researchers (i.e., anyone with an emory.edu email address) will be able to publish open access in all Cambridge Journals with no article processing charges (APCs) to maximize the accessibility, availability, and impact of Emory research. The Libraries’ Cambridge package includes over 380 peer-reviewed journals across the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields. Emory joins over 1,000 prestigious research institutions across the globe in formalizing this agreement with Cambridge University Press (CUP), whose goal is to make all their journals fully open access around 2025. When submitting to a CUP journal, you will be asked if you wish to publish your research open access. Respond in the affirmative, and no further action is required on your part. The agreement applies to all articles accepted for publication between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2024 

For more information on this recent open access publishing agreement, please contact the Head of our Scholarly Communications Office Jody Bailey or the Head of Collection Management Christopher Palazzolo

New Emory Libraries Collections

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Emory Libraries added the  Oxford Research Encyclopedias to the A-Z Databases list. The new database includes long-form overview articles written, peer-reviewed, and edited by leading scholars in a number of social science, humanities, and science areas. 

In January 2022, Emory Libraries added:  

New & Trial Databases

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East India Company, IV Module (1600-1858) [Trial]
This module includes correspondence between the East India Company and the Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India, the Company’s various settlements and Presidencies throughout Asia, government departments, and European houses of agency. 

 
LEHÇEDİZ
It is a comprehensive database that provides data on all historical and contemporary texts of Turkish Literature and important texts of the Turkish World Literatures. 

Performing Arts Periodicals Database [Trial]
Indexes around 400 scholarly and trade journals, magazines, books, and newspapers covering theater, dance, film, television, stagecraft, broadcast arts, storytelling, and more. It draws from both current files and selected backfiles to 1864 and 134 publications are included in full text.

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Philadelphia Inquirer [Trial]
The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper from 1860 to 2001.
Access All Emory Databases

Purchase Request Form

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Oxford faculty, students and staff may request books, eBooks and films for purchase by filling out our Purchase Request Form.
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