The field of engineering is growing, so is the need of using relevant information, especially from the UC Libraries. Librarian Hong Cheng created this one-stop site for faculty and graduate students who are looking for the latest resources about this topic. Librarians at the CEAS Library are also available for teaching information literacy skills to meet your students’ research needs.
Sophie Zhang and Dean Xuemao Wang at Sophie’s Final Presentation
Sufang (Sophie) Zhang, the visiting librarian from South China Normal University (Guangzhou, China) completed her eighteen-month working and research period at the University of Cincinnati. For the first six months, Sophie spent her work time at the UC Press and the Digital Scholarship Center. As the faculty member at the Department of Information Management and Information Systems within the School of Economics and Management, she came with a goal of researching the current landscape of digital humanities centers and services in the United States. During the spring semester, she was able to visit two faculty members in information science at Kent State University and Syracuse University. She gave a final presentation on May 14th, 2019 about her whole experience. We wish Sophie a safe trip home and continuous successful collaboration with her peers in the United States.
Sophie Zhang’s final presentation
Maria Deutsch (DAAP, Class of 2019), a student employee at the CEAS Library & Chemistry-Biology Library, is the recipient of a 2019 Quality Service Award from the UC Libraries. Maria is always on time for her shifts and rarely has to miss a shift. She likes to keep busy and is accurate and efficient. Library staff really appreciates her hard work and enjoys working with her.
Congratulations Maria and best wishes for the future adventure!
Maria Deutsch, library student employee
Yanli Liu gave a presentation about data services and courses at the National Science Library, China Academy of Sciences
Yanli Liu and Amy Koshoffer co-taught a session for summer research students.
Hong Cheng, Ted Baldwin, Xuemao Wang, Yanli Liu, Leslie Schick at Yanli’s final presentation.
Yanli Liu, the visiting librarian from the National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences completed her six-month period at the University of Cincinnati. Splitting time at the CEAS Library and the HSL Library, Yanli was involved in research data services, engineering librarianship, attending campus-wide workshops and webinars. On October 4th, she gave a final presentation about her two main projects: citation analysis of Mathematics and Physics researchers at UC and data management services survey and workshop.
From left: Xuemao, Don, Bo, Bella, Becky and Hong
From left: Dan, Debbie, Lorna, Bo and Bella
From left: James, Sean, Linda, Thomas, Nathan, Bo and Bella
Changhong (Bella) Wu and Bo Sun, librarians from Northeast Normal University (NENU) in Changchun, China, visited the UC Libraries November 15th-17th through a librarian exchange program between Ohio University and NENU. As the first cohort, Bella and Bo will stay in the United States for three months visiting libraries across the country and conducting research. Topics they are interested at UC Libraries are Ohiolink, collection development strategies, digital collections and digital and information literacy education. We look forward to meeting more visitors from NENU in the future.
Left to right: Sally, Mark, Hong, Tengiz, Arlene, and Ted
Left to right: Sally, Ted, Mark, Tengiz, Arlene, Tiffany
Sponsored by UC’s Office of Research, the UC Libraries welcomed the first IREX scholar, Tengiz Simashvili, with six library faculty members at Langsam on October 25, 2016. Dr. Simashvili is the head of Caucasus Scientific-Research Center at Telavi State University, Georgia. He came to UC with a mission of learning how American universities utilize new strategies and methods to support researchers. As a collection of research hubs on campus, the UC Libraries have a lot to share with him. Continue reading