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June 9th, 2017:
- The first issue of Footnotes: A Journal of History is now available. University of Arizona history students work with the journal as both editors and authors, using journal publishing services from the UA Libraries.
- Historic titles from the Steward Observatory Preprints Series are now available in the repository. These titles from the Parker Library at Steward Observatory include research not previously available online.
May 8th, 2017: Scholarly Projects from 2017 College of Medicine-Phoenix graduates are now available in the repository.
April 21st, 2017: Did you know this week was Endangered Data Week? The Digital Library Federation (DLF) sponsored a free webinar on FOIA, Government Data, and Transparency - view the slides and listen to the conference audio at: http://endangereddataweek.org/events/2017-04-21-endangered-accountability-a-dlf-sponsored-webinar-on-foia-government-data-and-transparency/.
April 10th, 2017: The following conference proceedings have just been added to the UA Campus Repository:
- 2017 volume of the Proceedings of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science
- 2016 volume of the Proceedings of the International Telemetering Conference
April 7th, 2017: The UA Open Access Policy celebrated its first year this week! The policy was passed by the Faculty Senate on April 4th, 2016. Over the last year, over 1,600 items have been added to the UA Faculty Publications collection in support of the policy - mostly open access versions of journal articles, in addition to a few book chapters, conference presentations, and books. There have been more than 10,000 downloads from this collection. Thank you to all the faculty and researchers who have contributed their manuscripts in support of the policy.
March 28, 2017: Have you heard about Research Bazaar, an international digital literacy networking event? It's coming to Tucson from March 31st - April 1st, sponsored by CyVerse, the BIO5 Institute, and the University of Arizona Libraries. #ResBazAz
March 15, 2017:
- Issues of Tree-Ring Research from 2007-2011 are now available in the repository.
- A study of selected Liszt transcriptions of Schubert Lieder: aesthetic and technical aspects
- A survey of the harp writing of Benjamin Britten with an emphasis on a Ceremony of Carols, Suite for Harp, and a Birthday Hansel
- A style analysis of David Baker's composition for cello and percussion: "Singers of Songs-Wears of Dreams"
- An inquiry into the 'unknown' cello sonata of Brahms
- The Trio d'Anches as exemplified by three contemporary French composers