23 January 2014, Volume 7, Number 19

Question.  If you are updating your CV, how do you properly cite your manuscripts in the following stages of publication using APA style citations: 1) a manuscript in preparation, 2) a manuscript submitted for publication,  3) a manuscript that has been accepted for publication (in press),  or 4) a manuscript that is an advance online publication?   In the APA Style Blog post, Almost Published,   Stefanie provides great examples of how these citations should appear on your CV!


Logo for the Curry School of Education's Center for Advanced Study ofTeaching & LearningWORKS IN PROGRESS MEETING
The CASTL faculty and students are hosting a Works in Progress (WIP)  meeting and hope you will attend to offer your feedback and become more familiar with the who, what, and why of WIP meetings.
TOPIC: Principal Actions that Build Teacher Trust: Comparative Case Studies
PRESENTER: Micela Leis
   350 Old Ivy Way, Suite. 100 (FREE PARKING) (map)
TIME:  Friday January 24, 2014, 2:00-3:00 pm EST
ABSTRACT:  In this study, a comparable-case selection method was used to select three schools had similar relevant characteristics: school and teacher demographics, school size, school type, and low teacher-reported levels of teacher-principal trust in August 2012. The researchers then used an analytic induction approach within a comparative case study design to explore the dynamic nature of teacher-principal trust, and principal actions that are related to these changes. In this Works In Progress, Micela Leis
will describe the researchers’ conceptual model and their findings on principal actions that influence relational trust.


Cover of the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of StyleCHICAGO STYLE MANUAL IS NOW ONLINE
The 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style is now available online. Wahoo!





welcome_backTHE LIBRARIES @UVA
Yes, it is true! Libraries are special places. For example, the Brown Science and Engineering Library has a working fireplace (think vortex), Clemons Library has a giant fish tank (think tranquility), Alderman Library  houses the Education book collection (think “good to know!”), and  the CLIC has  its handbook collection (think essential for your research). Keep in mind you can also reserve study rooms  or reserve group study or meeting rooms (think dissertation defenses) at the various libraries. You can click on the blue info icon button next to the room number to see a photo of a room! buttonblue







Cover of the book Improving Measurement of Productivity in Higher EducationFREE E-BOOK
Title:  Improving Measurement of Productivity in Higher Education
Editors: Teresa A. Sullivan, Christopher Mackie, William F. Massy, and Esha Sinha
Overview:  “In the current environment of increasing tuition and shrinking public funds, a sense of urgency has emerged to better track the performance of colleges and universities in the hope that their costs can be contained without compromising quality or accessibility. Improving Measurement of Productivity in Higher Education presents an analytically well-defined concept of productivity in higher education and recommends empirically valid and operationally practical guidelines for measuring it. In addition to its obvious policy and research value, improved measures of productivity may generate insights that potentially lead to enhanced departmental, institutional, or system educational processes.”  – Publisher

In addition to this book, the National Academies Press  provides free downloads of other titles.  You will note that one of the editors of this book is UVa’s President Sullivan.



acl_handbookNEW E-HANDBOOK
The ACL Handbook: Knee Biology, Mechanics, and Treatment  (ONLINE) 2013

 Overview:  “ACL injuries affect the lives of hundreds of thousands of people each year. Treatment is far from perfect, and physicians and patients face challenges such as high failure rates in adolescent athletes and the inability to slow the accelerated progression of arthritis after an ACL rupture, for example. The ACL Handbook takes a complete view of ACL injuries and treatments, discussing: 1) normal ACL and knee mechanics, 2) the body’s response to ACL injury, and 3) development of new treatment methods. Ideal for orthopedists, sports medicine physicians, and physical therapists, The ACL Handbook is a unique resource for information on the basic and applied science of ACL injury, repair, and the future of treatment.” Publisher


Cover of the Handbook of bilinualism and multilingualism, 2nd ed.NEW E-HANDBOOK
The Handbook of Bilingualism and Multilingualism, 2nd ed. (ONLINE) 2013

 Overview:  “This expanded and revised Handbook discusses the latest global and interdisciplinary issues across bilingualism and multilingualism.

  • Provides extensively revised coverage of bilingual and multilingual communities, polyglot aphasia, creolization, indigenization, linguistic ecology and endangered languages, multilingualism, and forensic linguistics
  • Covers a wide variety of topics, ranging from neuro- and psycho-linguistic research to studies of media and psychological counseling
  • Assesses the latest issues in worldwide linguistics, including the phenomena and the conceptualization of ‘hyperglobalization’, and emphasizes geographical centers of global conflict and commerce” — publisher


Cover of the Handbook of Critical Race Theory in EducationNEW HANDBOOK
Title: Handbook of Critical Race Theory in Education
Editors: Marvin Lynn and Adrienne D. Dixson
Location:  This handbook is located in the CLIC’s Handbook Area, room 306, Bavaro Hall
Call Number: LC 196 .H364 2013
Table of Contents

Overview:  “This handbook illustrates how education scholars employ Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a framework to bring attention to issues of race and racism in education.   It is divided into three sections, covering innovations in educational research, policy and practice in both schools and in higher education, and the increasing interdisciplinary nature of critical race research.” — publisher


Cover of the e-Learning and Social Networking Handbook, 2nd ed.NEW HANDBOOK
Title: e-Learning and Social Networking Handbook: Resources for Higher Education, 2nd ed.
Editors: Frank Rennie and Tara Morrison
Location:  This handbook is located in the CLIC’s Handbook Area, room 306, Bavaro Hall
Call Number: LB 1044.87 .M26 2013
Table of Contents

Overview:  “This handbook  provides a comprehensive overview of online learning tools and offers strategies for using these resources in course design, highlighting some of the most relevant and challenging topics in e-learning today, including:
• using social networking for educational purposes
• designing for a distributed environment
• strengths and weaknesses of delivering content in various formats (text, audio, and video)
• potential constraints on course design
• implementation, evaluation, induction, and training” — publisher



View of the Scholar's Lab in Alderman Library
Topic:  Theories and Practices of Postcolonial Digital Humanities
When:  Friday, January 31 at 10:00 am
Location:  Alderman Library, Room 421
Overview:  Both postcolonial studies and the digital humanities have gained currency within the academy but are subject to strident critiques from interlocutors. Postcolonial studies has been criticized for being overly reliant on jargon and apolitical, whereas the digital humanities have been taken to task for failing to interrogate questions of race, power, and identity fully. The Postcolonial Digital Humanities (#dhpoco) intervenes in these gaps through theory and praxis. #dhpoco engages postcolonial studies to address global issues relating to race, gender, class, sexuality, and disability within cultures of technology while bringing the activist praxis of the digital humanities to the work of postcolonial studies. Co-founders Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam will discuss the theoretical underpinnings of #dhpoco and outline the tactics that #dhpoco employs.
Speakers: Adeline Koh is the director of DH @ Stockton and an assistant professor of literature at Richard Stockton College and Roopika Risam is an Assistant Professor of English at Salem State University.
This event is co-sponsored by The Carter G. Woodson Institute and the Scholars’ Lab.  


Logo for mango languagesLINK NOW WORKS
Last week we tried to introduce you to one of the library’s newest resources, the language learning system, Mango.  Unfortunately, there was a glitch with the link to the system and it did not connect to the Mango website.  The technical staff  has corrected the glitch so we hope you will give it another try! Just go to Mango and click on the Start Learning button. Mango uses real-life situations and actual conversations to teach a new language.   Once you decide to embark on seriously learning a new language, then you can create a login to track your progress.


National Weather Service Wind Chill Index ChartAVOID FROSTBITE
Since we seem to be having reoccurring polar vortexes this winter, your CLIC Librarians thought you might find the National Weather Services Wind Chill Index Chart to be useful.  The web page where this chart is located also has a wind chill calculator and links to more information about wind chill, frostbite, what to wear in extreme cold, and more. After viewing it, you may be motivated to walk a tad faster to your Dell classroom or a warm library!



HOOS YOUR  datalights
Throughout the semester, we will be highlighting information about finding, organizing, analyzing, managing, displaying, and preserving research data. See this week’s featured data information below.


StatLab is offering two workshops next week.
Topic: Graphing with Stata
When:  Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Location: Alderman Library, Room 421
Description: This workshop will introduce participants to better data visualization in Stata. The workshop will cover a variety of plot types and when to use them, including bar graphs, line graphs, scatterplot matrices, coefficient dot plots, and others. We will discuss syntax for customizing graphs, creating legends, and generally producing publication-quality figures. Supplemental materials may also include information on creating publication-quality tables.  Participants should have access to Stata; very basic knowledge of Stata syntax will be helpful but is not required.
Presenter:  Brenton Peterson     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Topic: Introduction to R
When:  Thursday, January 30, 2014 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Location: Brown Science and Engineering Library, Room 133
Description:  In this workshop, we will introduce the basics of using R — a free statistical environment. We will discuss some basic R operations, such as variable assignment, simple functions, installing extension packages, and getting help. With time permitting, we may discuss some intermediate operations with R, such as working with data frames, importing data, and exporting data files. No prior experience with R is necessary.
Presenter: Siny Tsang   CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


The StatLab is hosting open office hours for statistical consulting. Open office hours are Tuesday through Friday 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in Alderman Library, room 523.  Come visit!

  • Tuesdays, 2-4: Statistical consulting with Siny Tsang in Alderman 523
  • Wednesdays, 2-4: Statistical consulting with Caitlin Steiner in Alderman 523
  • Thursdays, 2-4: Statistical consulting with Brenton Peterson in Alderman 523
  • Fridays, 2-4: Statistical consulting with Clay Ford in Alderman 523

In addition, Research Data Services (RDS) experts are hosting open office hours in Bavaro Hall, room 306 (the CLIC)

  • Mondays, 1-3pm: Find the data you need, acquire it, and learn to use it with Summer Durrant.
  • Tuesdays, 1-3pm: Create metadata and data documentation for your data with Ivey Glendon.
  • Wednesdays, 1-3pm; Get recommendations and tips about research software and receive support for you statistical needs with Nancy Kechner.
  • Thursdays, 1-3pm: Discuss data management planning for your dissertation, journal article, grant, or other research need with Bill.


rds_newsletter SUBSCRIBE NOW!
Subscribe to the Research Data Services mailing list to get announcements about data workshops, open office hours, data sources, and more. The newsletter is distributed monthly and the February issue is coming our the first week of February.


Logo for the website Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

The website, Child Care & Early Education Research Connections, promotes high quality research in child care and early education and the use of that research in policy making.   This website offers data and research resources for researchers, policy makers, practitioners, and others.

Using the Find & Share Resources links you can obtain data, instruments, tools for analysis, and more for use in your own research. The Understand Research links include information on research methods like data collection and analysis, as well as teaching modules and how to determine quality research.  In the Make Connections links, you can find a variety of webinars including ones on data training.


Cover of Education Week's Quality Counts 2014QUALITY COUNTS 2014 AVAILABLE
Education Week’s Quality Counts 2014: District Disruption & Revival delves into the powerful fiscal, academic, and social forces that are reshaping traditional school districts and the forms they can take.  The report also presents the Education Week Research Center’s latest examination of key state – level education outcomes and grades the states and the nation in three critical categories:  the Chance for Success Index, K-12 Achievement Index, and School Finance.


Logo for the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR)NEW REPOSITORY OBSERVATORY
The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) recently released the second edition of their Repository Observatory.  This edition focuses on linked open data.  The COAR is an association of repository initiatives. Its mission is to enhance the visibility and application of research outputs through a global network of open access digital repositories.


This newsletter is produced by the CLIC librarians, Kay Buchanan and Carole Lohman.

The newsletter is intended to support faculty and students at the Curry School of Education who are engaged in scientifically based research, evaluation, and teaching by keeping them up-to-date on scholarly resources, trends, and opportunities so they can make a positive impact on education.




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