Here is the latest usage report for UST Research Online, the university’s online scholarly research repository.
Monthly Readership Totals:
Last month, UST Research Online had 11249 full-text downloads and 23 new submissions were posted, bringing the total works in the repository to 1566.
University of St. Thomas, Minnesota scholarship was read by 1534 institutions across 146 countries.
The most popular papers were:
A Phenomenological Study of the Lived Experiences of Elementary Principals Involved in Dual-Career Relationships with Children (537 downloads)
Factors Influencing Student Placement Decisions in Elementary School Assignments (500 downloads)
The sky’s the limit: An activity for teaching project management: an experiential learning activity (347 downloads)
The most popular publications were:
University of St. Thomas Law Journal (3614 downloads)
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Leadership (2233 downloads)
Professional Psychology Doctoral Projects (1562 downloads)
See the Dashboard for user maps, institution & country download counts, referrers, etc.
Talia Nadir, reference library at the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library, is featured in Brittany Stojsavljevic’s interview for the “Humans of St. Thomas” series. You can check it out here!
Shelly Nordtorp-Madson and Chris Kachian
It’s the final noonartsound of the academic year and we look forward to seeing you Tuesday, May 3 at noon!
The art: Shelly Nordtorp-Madson will speak on various romantic periods and will compare and contrast the Victorian period with modern times, WWII, turn of the 20th century, 1970’s, the present.
The sound: Chris Kachian will present love songs – strictly American and from 30’s to 40’s – lots of jazz – and always a surprise or two.
Come to the O’Shaughnessy Room in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library. Free and open to all!
The UST Libraries just added the Collected Works of Thomas Aquinas (Electronic Edition) to our collection. If you can believe it, this title was available on CD-Rom before now. I’m happy to report that, like nearly everything else in the known world, it has been made available on the web for your 24/7 viewing pleasure. And as an added bonus, if you were to require some help in interpreting the works of Thomas Aquinas, we’ve also just added the Oxford Handbook of Aquinas, which is one of 64 titles included the new Oxford Handbooks of Philosophy collection.
It’s April and it’s National Poetry Month! Plan to take your break over the lunch hour on the patio of the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library on Tuesday, April 26 at Noon! As soon as the carillon stops singing, we’ll begin the poetry reading and you’ll hear from several of your colleagues across campus, including Linda Baughman-Terry, Carol Wilkie, Jessica Gjerde, Kristi Ames, Ciara Parks, retiree and French scholar Mary Lou Wolsey, students Christopher Vance and Jennifer Gish. Hosted by Director of Libraries, Dan Gjelten, this annual event is a favorite among poetry lovers and people who just like to discover what poems are favorites of their co-workers and friends. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday. Questions? Please call Julie Kimlinger at 962-5014.
All are invited to an evening of fun and some really great singing by the very popular St. Thomas student a capella groups Summit Singers and Cadenza! On Thursday, April 28, we will look for you in the Great Hall on the second floor of the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library around 8pm. Save some room after supper that night for some snacks and a little root beer float.
Last chance for shopping the book sale begins at Noon on Friday, April 15 – fill up a bag for five dollars!!
Thank you for visiting the Library Week Book Sale – we hope you found great treasures this week and had some fun!!
Visit the O’Shaughnessy Room each day during Library Week Monday – Friday, April 11- 15. We’re open for business from Noon to 6pm each day. This extremely popular Library Week event features books from a variety of categories, different every year! We are especially loaded with history and geography this year, along with our traditionally large literature selections.
On Monday, the first day of the sale, we always treat members of the University Community to a discount! All are welcome to shop the book sale and we hope you will find treasures to take home.
Hardcovers are $3.00 each paperbacks are $2.00. On Friday of Library Week, shop the $5-Bag sale!
The St. Thomas Guitar Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Joan Griffith, will perform from 1:45 to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15 in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library in the Great Hall on second floor.
The Guitar Ensemble plays many styles of music, from classical to jazz, and some original music by St. Thomas students and faculty.
The setting is a beautiful one, all are welcome, and listeners may come and go throughout. Light refreshments will be served.
Donations from 2015 Food Drive – thank you!
The St. Thomas Libraries’ 8th Annual Food Drive begins during Library Week, Monday, April 11th, and will run until the end of the semester, May 31st, 2016. Since the Library’s first drive in 2009, the St. Thomas community has donated more than 3,700 pounds of food!
This year’s donation recipient will be Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul.
For library patrons who have overdue fines we will waive fines in exchange for canned food (1 can = $2 in fines).
We do, however, invite and encourage any and everyone to donate to this program, regardless of overdue fines.
Please bring your food donations to the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Circulation Desk beginning Monday of Library Week, April 11.
The food drive runs through the end of May.
Thank you very much!