Category: Research & Teaching

Research Assignment Stipend Fall 2022 Winners

Congratulations to the Research Assignment Stipend Fall 2022 Winners! Dr. Piyawan Charoensap-Kelly, in collaboration with Social Science Research Librarian Naomi Schemm, for Communication Theory (CCPA 2327). Dr. Alejandro D’Brot, in collaboration with Engineering Librarian Sylvia Jones, for Gene Editing Lab (BIOL 4380). Dr. K. Ann Horsburgh, in collaboration with Social Science Research Librarian Julia Anderson, for…Continue Reading Research Assignment Stipend Fall 2022 Winners

SMU Libraries Recognizes Information Literacy in Courses Across Campus

SMU Libraries’ Faculty Information Literacy Stipend awards $1,000 to faculty for proposals that best implement an information literacy assignment into their course. Faculty collaborate with their subject librarians to design an information literacy framework to support student learning activities and assignments. The stipend is awarded upon completion of the course and the submission of a…Continue Reading SMU Libraries Recognizes Information Literacy in Courses Across Campus

Organize, Store and Preserve All of Your Research Data

What is the Research Data Management (RDM) Support Services at SMU Libraries? Research data management is the organization, storage, and preservation of data collected throughout your research project. In addition, RDM makes data accessible for sharing and re-use and is becoming a growing necessity for faculty and researchers by keeping track of their data throughout…Continue Reading Organize, Store and Preserve All of Your Research Data

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part Three

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Higher education institutions typically celebrate in April and May. After a year of numerous highs and firsts, even in the midst of an uptick of hate crimes, the community has continued to press forward and fight for justice. SMU Libraries is partnering with the Office of Social Change…Continue Reading Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part Three

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part Two

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Higher education institutions typically celebrate in April and May. After a year of numerous highs and firsts, even in the midst of an uptick of hate crimes, the community has continued to press forward and fight for justice. SMU Libraries is partnering with the Office of Social Change…Continue Reading Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part Two

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part One

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Higher education institutions typically celebrate in April and May. After a year of numerous highs and firsts, even in the midst of an uptick of hate crimes, the community has continued to press forward and fight for justice. SMU Libraries is partnering with the Office of Social Change…Continue Reading Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Reading List, Part One

Anti-Racism Starter Kit

Dismantling systemic racism requires individuals, especially those privileged by a racist system, to proactively inform themselves, recognize their role, and take an active stand against the racism inherent in our society – including SMU. The resources below are by no means exhaustive, but can help you get started in that process. Antiracism/Talking About Race America’s…Continue Reading Anti-Racism Starter Kit

Discussing Racism With Children (by Age Group)

In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times about racism, the author Ibram X. Kendi discussed the need to talk about racism with children: “When children ask a racial question and we don’t want to talk about it, the message is that race and racism should not be talked about. White parents especially don’t…Continue Reading Discussing Racism With Children (by Age Group)