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Atmospheric Sciences Librarianship 101 - Shared screen with speaker view
Britta Bolzmann
20:09
hi there! Britta
Elise Dian Gowen
21:15
Yes, the recording and slides will be available at aslionline.org
Joyce Shaw
21:31
HI!
Chris Sherratt
21:57
Welcome, everyone!
Jan Thomas
22:26
Hey Chris, long time no talk
Catherine Collins
22:35
Hello all!
Ifigenia Vardakosta
22:46
Good evening form Greece!
Chris Sherratt
22:56
glad to see folks from so many places.
Amy Butros
23:06
hello, great to see you all & many thanks for all your hard work!
Alfred Wallace
23:10
Hello all!
Chris Sherratt
23:12
where are some more locations we have?
Britta Bolzmann
23:21
Hello from Frankfurt, Britta
Alfred Wallace
23:28
Hello from North Dakota
Tony Diaz
23:34
hello, from Pasadena, California
Sarah Williams
23:37
Olympia area, Washington
Liza Throne
23:40
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Lucy Kiester
23:41
Montréal, Canada
Sylvie Goulet
23:43
Bonjour from Montreal Canada
Geoff Timms
23:46
Charleston, SC
Jamie Stanfield
23:46
Hi Everyone!
Tura Dover
23:52
Tempe AZ
Kenyatta Esters
23:52
Good afternoon, joining from Louisiana
Amy Butros
24:02
hello from sunny San Diego, sorry for all bad weather hitting everyone!
Karin Oxley
24:06
Good evening from South Africa :-) Wonderful to put faces to the names... from Karin (South African Weather Service)
Claire Walker
24:07
Hello from Lowestoft, UK
Jan Thomas
24:10
Washington, DC! Is there a way to see the list of attendees?
Catherine Collins
24:13
EPA Region 3, Philadelphia, PA
Jamie Stanfield
24:21
Hi Kenyatta, Bay St. Louis MS, here
Rachel Lundberg
24:50
Hello from Alaska
Sandra Abbott-Stout
25:17
Hello from Maine
Leslie Delserone
25:57
Hello from Lincoln, Nebraska
Cynthia Prosser
26:00
Greetings from Athens, GA
Daureen Nesdill
26:01
Hello from Salt Lake City, Utah
Chris Sherratt
26:05
I'm in Rowley Mass, 30 miles North of Boston
Dominique Hallett
26:06
Hello from Arkansas
Peter Grimm
26:17
Hi from Maryland
VALLI HOSKI
26:45
Hello from Gettysburg PA
Joyce Shaw
26:59
It would help us better publicize our programs if we knew how you found out about this training.
Chris Sherratt
27:02
This is definitely helping the I in ASLI: International! so glad everyone is here.
Fred Stoss
27:19
Fred Stoss: University at Buffalo
Lisa Fish
27:24
Will try again later. Have to duck out for another meeting.
Jessica Biebuyck
27:37
I am from the Metro Detroit area. Hello everyone!\
Elise Dian Gowen
27:38
aslionline.org
Ruth Gustafson
28:24
A Colleague sent the ASLI promo to the IAMSLIC email list
April Love
28:56
Hi from Salt Lake City, Utah! :D
April Love
29:20
I forgot to change my send mode—Hi from Salt Lake City, Utah! :D
Ashley Orehek
29:21
I can’t hear Elise
Jamie Stanfield
29:53
She is not talking at the moment yet, Ashley :)
Jamie Stanfield
30:11
Now she is!
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
30:18
Hi, I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow afternoon and I will miss the program. will the recording be available at some point? please advise.
Ifigenia Vardakosta
30:34
Good evening from Athens, Greece
Jamie Stanfield
30:45
Aditi, it will b recording and made available.
Dominique Hallett
30:51
I was very excited to see this happening
Jessica Biebuyck
31:12
I believe this was sent in a school email (Wayne State)
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
32:19
Hi from Long Island, New York!
Patricia Scarborough
36:02
Hello from sunny and cold Kansas City!
Elise Dian Gowen
37:54
Elise Dian Gowen is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.Topic: ASLI Open NetworkingTime: Feb 18, 2021 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09Password: 940243Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +13126266799,98638094519# or +16468769923,98638094519#Or Telephone:Dial:+1 312 626 6799 (US Toll)+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)+1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)+1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll)+1 253 215 8782 (US Toll)+54 115 983 6950 (AR Toll)+54 341 512 2188 (AR Toll)+54 343 414 5986 (AR Toll)+54 112 040 0447 (AR Toll)+61 3 7018 2005 (AU Toll)+61 7 3185 3730 (AU Toll)+61 8 6119 3900 (AU Toll)+61 8 7150 1149 (AU Toll)+61 2 8015 6011 (AU Toll)+43 12 535 501 (AT Toll)+43 12 535 502 (AT Toll)+43 670 309 0165 (AT Toll)+43 72 011 5988 (AT Toll)+43 120 609 3072 (AT Toll)+973 1619 8488 (BH
Joseph Kraus
38:19
what is the link again?
Elise Dian Gowen
38:38
https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09
Tony Diaz
38:42
what is the link? I don't see it in chat
Elise Dian Gowen
39:07
Elise Dian Gowen is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.Topic: ASLI Open NetworkingTime: Feb 18, 2021 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09Password: 940243Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +13126266799,98638094519# or +16468769923,98638094519#Or Telephone:Dial:+1 312 626 6799 (US Toll)+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)+1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)+1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll)+1 253 215 8782 (US Toll)+54 115 983 6950 (AR Toll)+54 341 512 2188 (AR Toll)+54 343 414 5986 (AR Toll)+54 112 040 0447 (AR Toll)+61 3 7018 2005 (AU Toll)+61 7 3185 3730 (AU Toll)+61 8 6119 3900 (AU Toll)+61 8 7150 1149 (AU Toll)+61 2 8015 6011 (AU Toll)+43 12 535 501 (AT Toll)+43 12 535 502 (AT Toll)+43 670 309 0165 (AT Toll)+43 72 011 5988 (AT Toll)+43 120 609 3072 (AT Toll)+973 1619 8488 (BH
Elise Dian Gowen
39:20
https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09
Chris Sherratt
41:16
while we wait a few, what kinds of libraries or information centers to people work in?
jan carver
41:39
science - university
Alfred Wallace
41:42
Academic (U. North Dakota)
Leslie Delserone
41:53
R1 research university library
Bonnie Fong
41:59
Hi - I'm Bonnie Fong, from Rutgers University-Newark, so an academic library.
Jamie Stanfield
42:01
Academic, Southern Miss
Emily C. Wild
42:06
Elise - should I go ahead and load up my ppt?
Nathan Smith
42:08
federal library here
Geoff Timms
42:09
Academic - Marine Biology library
Sylvie Goulet
42:19
Université du Québec à Montréal
Elise Dian Gowen
42:26
Yes, Emily, you can screenshare it now
Ashley Orehek
42:26
I’m a graduate student in LIS!
Amy Butros
42:35
Academic, UC San Diego (former Scripps Library branch (Oceanography) closed in 2012!)
Jamie Stanfield
42:46
Welcome Ashley!
Rachel Lundberg
42:47
Pubic library, Fairbanks Alaska
Robert Tolliver
42:50
academic research university
Ellen Brown
42:50
academic, Austin Peay State University
Britta Bolzmann
43:07
German Meteorological Service
Liza Throne
43:11
I am a graduate student in LIS
Ifigenia Vardakosta
43:29
Academic Library
Patricia Scarborough
44:01
Science, Engineering, Technology
Catherine Collins
46:41
federal agency library
Emily C. Wild
50:43
https://www.albany.edu/asrc/wfm.php
Emily C. Wild
50:51
https://www.albany.edu/asrc/wfm.php
Ruth Gustafson
51:27
Academic R-1, Univ California Davis
Mackenzie Davison
53:17
Academic--Paul Smiths College, also from ADK region Emily
Joseph Kraus
54:47
Colorado School of Mines.
Emily C. Wild
55:03
https://dashboard.waterdata.usgs.gov/app/nwd/?aoi=default
Emily C. Wild
57:12
https://www.weather.gov/phi/
Emily C. Wild
57:23
https://www.weather.gov/phi/marine
Emily C. Wild
57:30
https://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/
Ashley Orehek
01:01:54
Ugh, that’s where I am, Knoxville
Linda Musser
01:04:55
The analogy for weather/climate that I use is: Climate is like a person's personality where weather is like their mood.
Susan Bridgers
01:29:13
Did I miss your education and training? Where/how did you learn all this? Such fun!
Elise Dian Gowen
01:29:43
aslionline.org
Samuel
01:29:58
Thank you for making the slides available. This will be very helpful for my research.
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
01:30:15
Do you have any suggestions for websites on Climate change in arctic areas?
Louise Deis
01:31:06
So much great information, Emily! …from so much great experience!
Jamie Stanfield
01:31:50
MA in History here too Elise
Ashley Orehek
01:32:13
That’s how I found ASLI, at AMS career fair
Joyce Shaw
01:32:49
BA in Sociology and MA in Urban Studies, but love science and have worked in science libraries for 35+ years.
Amy Butros
01:34:35
Ashley: very glad to hear that! Some of my best spent time was at AMS career fair table talking about librarianship & ASLI! Best of luck with your career!
Rachel Lundberg
01:36:02
University of Fairbanks Alaska?
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
01:36:11
Ice
Rachel Lundberg
01:36:36
opps.. University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Brian Voss
01:37:30
https://arctic.noaa.gov/Report-Card
Chris Sherratt
01:37:37
https://nsidc.org/ National Snow and Ice Center can be helpful
Jan Thomas
01:37:51
https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/snow-and-ice/
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
01:40:49
my thanks to all who answered my question.
Susan Bridgers
01:41:16
Great presentation. Thank you!
Ashley Orehek
01:42:08
How can we get involved with that? Bc I will be early career in May when I graduate
Emily C. Wild
01:43:59
Thank you, ASLI, for inviting me to this workshop!
Elise Dian Gowen
01:44:17
Thank you Emily!
Fred Stoss
01:45:43
Elise, Will I start at 4:00? I have a 4:30 appointment... and need to tell someone I will be late.
Elise Dian Gowen
01:47:07
Hi Fred, you'll start at 3:30 and the Q&A will wrap up at 4:00
Fred Stoss
01:49:52
GREAT!!! I LOVE ASLI! ;)
Tony Diaz
01:53:22
yes
Sarah Williams
01:53:25
yep
Suzanne Jay
01:53:26
yes
Jan Thomas
01:53:26
I do
Tony Diaz
01:53:26
big blue triangles
Joseph Kraus
01:53:27
Yup.
Joyce Shaw
01:53:35
yes, big triangle
Tony Diaz
01:53:47
it could be some sort of video error?
Ruth Gustafson
02:23:46
Did you find that faculty had competing priorities for the book ordering?
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
02:24:24
What tools do you use to select books in your areas?
Sabine Lanteri
02:25:11
When reviewing the print collection for gaps, do you take into account eBooks for that subject area?
Sarah Williams
02:26:31
Hi Jamie! I'm a USM SLIS student and in Dr. Hirshy's class and we were talking about a collection policy in class. Is it hard to keep to a collection policy, especially with the global circumstances?
Joyce Shaw
02:27:46
We use a vendor Midwest that sends a weekly list that covers our LC classification number.
Joyce Shaw
02:28:44
We look at the syllabi for classes being taught and look at what books are put on recommended reading by a faculty member.
Bonnie Fong
02:29:07
Library administration at my university has set aside quite a chunk of our monographs budget for demand-driven acquisitions, making it much more user-driven nowadays than it has been in the past.
Linda Musser
02:30:47
An alternate source for information about books related to the atmospheric sciences is the British National Bibliography. They provide a weekly listings of new works, by Dewey classification. (You can also search the BNB.) Meteorology is 551 and other DDC areas. https://www.bl.uk/collection-metadata/new-bnb-records
Bonnie Fong
02:37:40
The system we use for ordering monographs seems to be very Western-centric and I'm curious about how everyone tries to ensure the collection is more diverse and inclusive of what is happening all around the world.
Sylvie Goulet
02:37:50
At my university, we also have EBA and DDA or requests made by users to the librarian or in a suggestion form. There is almost collection development done by librarians.
Emily C. Wild
02:38:50
GSIS open text books http://www.geoinfo.org/open-textbooks/
Joyce Shaw
02:39:06
https://researchguides.dartmouth.edu/earthsci/authors/oa
Chris Sherratt
02:39:13
thanks!
Joyce Shaw
02:39:30
https://libguides.humboldt.edu/openedu/geol
Elise Dian Gowen
02:40:08
https://guides.libraries.psu.edu/c.php?g=1063515&p=7735085
Elise Dian Gowen
02:40:15
https://guides.libraries.psu.edu/c.php?g=1063515&p=7735085
Emily C. Wild
02:41:45
AGI open access list - many are not in the Directory of Open Access Journals : https://www.americangeosciences.org/information/georef/open-access-journals
Elise Dian Gowen
02:43:01
OER resources created by Penn State Earth Sciences Faculty: https://open.ems.psu.edu/
Daureen Nesdill
02:49:00
my 1st citizen science project was with Earthwatch in 1970's went to Assateague Island to study the ponies and Hawai'i to study birds https://earthwatch.org/
Emily C. Wild
02:54:27
my 1st citizen science as a kid = bird count : ) and as a professional outreach tool = CoCoRaHS : ) https://www.cocorahs.org/
Joyce Shaw
02:55:45
please let us know how you found out about ASL 101! Facebook, listserv, from a friend?
Sylvie Goulet
02:56:08
The Canadian citizen science portal: http://science.gc.ca/eic/site/063.nsf/eng/h_97169.html
Emily C. Wild
02:56:55
yes, good to hear - best fishing and hiking is in the Adirondacks : )
Ruth Gustafson
03:03:41
Participated in this the past few years although COVID took a bite out of the collection last year. https://citynaturechallenge.org/
Ruth Gustafson
03:08:06
From working with faculty having their classes participate in CS projects, it is clear that this is a new pipeline for !st gen and minority students to become interested in science.
Louise Deis
03:09:30
Very good, Fred! The Mars landing is happening now, btw
Chris Sherratt
03:09:51
and downsafely!
Chris Sherratt
03:09:54
clapping!
Joyce Shaw
03:10:54
like the idea that citizen science is a go entre for 1st gen and minority students to become interested in science.
Ruth Gustafson
03:11:01
How about discussion CS as pipeline for minorities being recruited to science particularly physical sciences?
Emily C. Wild
03:11:07
I help people get started with citizen science
Linda Musser
03:11:24
I've participated in a bird count atlas (not the Audobon project)
VALLI HOSKI
03:11:35
Yes, retired librarian trying to raise the value of citizen science outreach by county library system.
Joyce Shaw
03:12:17
Our coastal clean up project provides data to the international organization. We have a local Plastic Free Gulf Coast group works with the Nurdle Patrol.
VALLI HOSKI
03:12:22
Interesting that the United Way is more interested in the possibilities of science outreach projects than the county library system.
Ruth Gustafson
03:13:08
Also have seen first-gen college students who are in survey science classes become recruited to science when CS is used in class
Daureen Nesdill
03:14:08
Me too. photos coming later
Emily C. Wild
03:17:30
When I was working at the USGS in Providence, RI, I was a volunteer for the SMILE program : https://web.uri.edu/smile/ I was a mentor to the 4th-12th graders - much fun - several activities included citizen science programs
Daureen Nesdill
03:22:44
Yeah TRAIL@15 years
Teresa McGervey
03:26:20
Scanned reports may be created from microfilm or microfiche.
Teresa McGervey
03:33:57
I used to index for NTIS. From what I recall, AD (and its variants) usually meant reports from DoD, PB from civilian agencies.
Linda Musser
03:34:11
Great overview, Chris!
Emily C. Wild
03:34:15
What was the hardest to find technical report?
Louise Deis
03:34:39
Thanks, Chris! Very good, I didn’t know about the old government report indexes being on Hatji Trust
Ruth Gustafson
03:34:52
Curious as to why subscriptions to NTIS are still useful with now the fully free NTRL access. I prefer the vendor interfaces myself but just curious to hear from others
Taylor Johnson
03:35:03
Rookie question - can someone please explain the difference between NTIS and NTRL?
Kevin Lindstrom
03:35:47
I'm tracking fluxnet doi's published in the journal literature
Jamie Stanfield
03:36:12
I believe we are beginning this journey for our institutional repository Aquila. I may very wrong about this though, as I know how to search by Doi and that cite with Doi….about it :)
Teresa McGervey
03:39:20
I can check with one of my former colleagues who still works there and provide the information tomorrow.
Chris Sherratt
03:39:37
thanks! many librarians are confused about status of ntis
Taylor Johnson
03:39:53
thank you!
Ruth Gustafson
03:40:01
As to the DOI question, DOIs have only been around since 2000. I suspect retrospective assignment of DOIs is not happening for anything retrospective that is not commercially published
Kevin Lindstrom
03:40:48
I'm looking forward not back.
Ruth Gustafson
03:40:49
Other difficult tech reports to find: ones by contractors for local information
Ruth Gustafson
03:41:42
I had a project with over 300 of these to locate and we found maybe 20% of them!
Emily C. Wild
03:42:47
Yes, Chris, I know Ipswich reports pretty well, happy to help;
Linda Musser
03:43:02
It is important to remember that not everything is in WorldCat, or even in the local library catalog. That's why the network of librarian colleagues is so helpful
Tura Dover
03:43:11
Thank you!!
Ruth Gustafson
03:43:13
Thank you so much for an excellent program!
Emily C. Wild
03:43:17
Thank you!!!!
Rachel Lundberg
03:43:24
Thank you very much.
Bonnie Fong
03:43:29
Thank you - this was great!
Karry Jones
03:43:32
Great job everyone! Thanks so much for this workshop!
Catherine Collins
03:43:33
Really helpful! Thank you to all of the presenters and organizers.
Daureen Nesdill
03:43:34
great talks, thank you
Mackenzie Davison
03:43:39
Thank you all so much!
Sabine Lanteri
03:43:39
Thanks for great presentations all!
Ruth Gustafson
03:43:44
Congrats to ASLI! Off to commute to library. (but hi, Amy B.!)
Tura Dover
03:43:47
Thank you for this!!
Anne Graham
03:43:50
Thank you for all this important information!
Elise Dian Gowen
03:43:57
Elise Dian Gowen is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.Topic: ASLI Open NetworkingTime: Feb 18, 2021 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09Password: 940243Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +13126266799,98638094519# or +16468769923,98638094519#Or Telephone:Dial:+1 312 626 6799 (US Toll)+1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)+1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)+1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)+1 669 900 6833 (US Toll)+1 253 215 8782 (US Toll)+54 115 983 6950 (AR Toll)+54 341 512 2188 (AR Toll)+54 343 414 5986 (AR Toll)+54 112 040 0447 (AR Toll)+61 3 7018 2005 (AU Toll)+61 7 3185 3730 (AU Toll)+61 8 6119 3900 (AU Toll)+61 8 7150 1149 (AU Toll)+61 2 8015 6011 (AU Toll)+43 12 535 501 (AT Toll)+43 12 535 502 (AT Toll)+43 670 309 0165 (AT Toll)+43 72 011 5988 (AT Toll)+43 120 609 3072 (AT Toll)+973 1619 8488 (BH
Britta Bolzmann
03:43:57
Thank you!!
Ruth Gustafson
03:43:58
And Daureen ...
Louise Deis
03:44:02
Thank you all very much!
Adrienne VandenBosch
03:44:03
Thank you!
Kathy Szigeti
03:44:04
thanks!
Claire Walker
03:44:05
Thank you!
Matthew Mayernik
03:44:14
Thank you!
Sandra Abbott-Stout
03:44:17
Thank you all. Sorry I can't stay
Elise Dian Gowen
03:44:38
https://psu.zoom.us/j/98638094519?pwd=blBmV3R2WlVUVENEajE2YktITGhRZz09
Aditi Bandyopadhyay
03:44:44
Thank you so much. It has been very informative.