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Preserving your Scholarly Legacy

Office of Faculty Development
Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 12:34 p.m.
KU Lawrence Faculty

KU Libraries and the Center for Faculty Development & Mentoring present:

Preserving Your Scholarly Legacy

Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

Kenneth Spencer Research Library, North Gallery

Making your scholarship accessible now and in the future is an important consideration no matter your career stage or discipline. Join us for refreshments and a panel discussion exploring how KU Libraries can help preserve your scholarly legacy through managing your records in archives, managing and preserving your research data, creating a journal for scholarship in your field, and depositing your body of work in KU ScholarWorks. From physical papers to visual art to field recordings and numerical data, we have resources and expertise to help you to consider how your work will be preserved and accessed by other scholars and students.

Chris Brown – Vice Provost for Faculty Development
Lyn Wolz – Faculty Engagement Librarian

Ward Lyles – Assistant Professor of Urban Planning
Laura Mielke – Associate Professor of English
Stuart Day – Professor of Spanish
Ed Meyen – Professor Emeritus of Special Education
Becky Schulte – University Archivist
Jamene Brooks-Kieffer – Data Services Librarian
Marianne Reed – Digital Initiatives Coordinator
Sarah Goodwin Thiel (moderator) – Faculty & Community Engagement Librarian

Refreshments provided by the Center for Faculty Development & Mentoring.

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