• New Issue: Journal of Small Business Strategy

    • Posted on: 4 May 2016
    • By: digitalscholar

    Volume 26, Issue 1 of the Journal of Small Business Strategy is now online. The journal is edited by Dr. William C. McDowell, Wright Chair of Entrepreneurship in MTSU's Jones College of Business. 

    Walker Library offers free journal hosting services to members of the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) community. All of the journals we service are digital and open access (free to read online). Walker Library established this journal hosting program to meet the needs and support the mission, values and vision of the university. See more journals published at MTSU here

Pages

News and Events

  • StoryMap Workshop

    • Posted on: 30 January 2018
    • By: digitalscholar

    Are you a faculty member interested in using a mapping application as a course project or optional platform for an assignment? Are you a student in need of more training on mapping applications to complete an assignment? Are you just interested in learning more about GIS or other mapping alternatives? Looking for a place to start? Come learn about StoryMaps, an interactive mapping application by ESRI, from the Library's own Ken Middleton. Check out the schedule below.

    Introduction to StoryMaps, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 11:30am-12:30pm

    Location: Library 264A (Instruction Classroom)

    **Registration required for hands-on learning.

    REGISTRATION REQUIRED

    storymaps image

     

  • Sanborn Fire Insurance and Other Historical Maps

    • Posted on: 30 January 2018
    • By: digitalscholar

    Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps and Other Historical Map Workshop, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 11:30am-12:30pm

    This hands-on workshop will provide an introduction to the use of Sanborn maps in historical research and in developing digital humanities projects. Sanborn maps can be used to locate specific properties and document the development of towns, large and small.

    The workshop, which will also include a brief overview of other types of historical maps (e.g., USGS Historical Topographic Maps), will be led by Ken Middleton and is open to all MTSU faculty, staff and students. To explore the library's subscription to Sanborn maps on your own, see the Historical GIS LibGuide and click on "Digital Sanborn Maps 1867-1970."

    Location: Library 264A (Instruction Classroom)

    REGISTRATION REQUIRED

     

  • NVivo Workshop

    • Posted on: 10 January 2018
    • By: digitalscholar

    Getting started in NVivo 11 • Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 11:30am-12:30pm

    Are you interested in conducting qualitative research? If so, come learn the basics of NVivo 11, a software tool designed for the collection and analysis of qualitative data sources.

    This NVivo overview will include a demonstration of the presenter's research to present real-life examples of qualitative research in the social sciences. Participants will receive a free copy of the NVivo 11 Getting Started Guide.

    Session topics:

    • Navigating the NVivo Workspace
    • Uploading and linking different data sources
    • Structuring of data to facilitate coding
    • Basic coding and analysis of text sources

    Prerequisites: Familiarity with qualitative research methods and analysis.

    Presenter:  Walker Library’s Education Librarian, Dr. Karen Reed

    Location: Walker Library, LIB 264A (Instruction Classroom)

    REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED

     

     

  • SPSS Workshop

    • Posted on: 10 January 2018
    • By: digitalscholar

    Getting started in SPSS  •  Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 11:30am-12:30pm

    SPSS is a widely used software product for statistical analysis. In this introductory session, you’ll learn the basics of entering and manipulating data to run descriptive statistics and produce graphs. Portions of this workshop will offer an opportunity for hands-on practice and learning.

    Session topics:

    • Navigating the Data View and Variable View
    • Entering data
    • Creating variables
    • Importing a dataset
    • Running descriptive statistics
    • Interpreting graphs

    Prerequisites: Familiarity with statistical concepts, including correlation and null hypothesis testing.

    Presenter: Walker Library’s Education Librarian, Dr. Karen Reed

    Location: Walker Library, LIB 264A (Instruction Classroom)

    REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED

     

  • Digital Workshops Series-Spring 2018

    • Posted on: 8 January 2018
    • By: digitalscholar

    The Spring 2018 lineup for the Digital Workshops Series is now available. Mark your calendars for learning SPSS, NVivo, Sanborn/Historical Maps, and Storymaps. The Digital Workshop Series was designed to increase the awareness and skills of digital scholarship tools and methods for research, teaching and public outreach. Details on each workshop will soon be released. For now, pencil them in on your calendars. All workshops take place in Walker Library, LIB 264A Instruction Classroom.

    SPSS: February 7

    NVivo: February 21

    Sanborn & Historical Maps: March 21

    StoryMap: April 4

    For a PDF copy of this schedule, click here.