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1 Silverman, RandyBernard C. Middleton, MBE (1924-2019):Bernard Chester Middleton was born in London in 1924 to Doris Hilda Webster, a secretary to a well-known barrister, and Regent Marcus Geoffrey Middleton, a talented bookbinder. At the age of thirteen in 1938, Bernard earned a trade scholarship to attend the Central School of Arts and Crafts in Londo...1995
2 Rebekah Cummings; Lindsay Ozburn; Andrea Payant; Betty Rozum; Michael Shelton; Ryan BushmanAssessing Research Compliance for Federally Funded Projects: The Good, the Bad, and the Publicly AccessibleIn 2016, Utah State University launched a program to ensure their campus' federal grant recipients were in compliance with funder mandates to share any data or publications produced as a result of the award. This paper discusses how a cross-institutional team of librarians and administrators evaluat...research data management; assessment; online asynchronous focus groups (OAFG); grant compliance2020-08-12
3 Neatrour, AnnaRegional Aggregation and Discovery of Digital Collections: The Mountain West Digital LibraryThe Mountain West Digital Library (MWDL) is a digital collaborative of over 180 partners from five states in the U.S. West, sharing free access to over 775 digital collections with over 950,000 resources. Partners of the MWDL work together on providing regional discovery via an online portal at m...Mountain West Digital Library; Discovery; Metadata aggregation; Digital libraries; Regional digital libraries2016
4 Kraus, Peter L.A primer on grant writing for foundation support for first-time grant writers in academic libraries: challenges and opportunitiesIn a majority of academic disciplines, grant writing is a skill that is often self-taught or acquired informally by trial and error. Few academic discip lines have grant writing as standard part of their curriculum at the graduate level. In the past, grant writing has received little or no emphasis...2015-09-01
5 Kraus, Peter L.A librarian runs for political office (or Cincinnatus looks outside the Ivory Tower)Librarians have long been activists for social and political causes outside of their profession; however, few take the crucial step and actually run for political office at the local, state, or national level. In March 2014, after being involved in local and state politics for over ten years and ...2015-08-23
6 Anderson, RickLocal and global, now and forever: a matrix model of "depth perception" in library workAcademic libraries are in an interesting and difficult position, one that makes us different from most other public and private institutions. We are charged with meeting the immediate needs of students and faculty (needs that can usually be identified and defined with at least some degree of precisi...Academic libraries; Library collections; Library work2014-11
7 Catmull, EdwinA subdivision algorithm for computer display of curved surfaces (CSTD-74-006)This report presents a method for producing computer shaded pictures of curved surfaces. Three-dimensional curved patches are used, as contrasted with conventional methods using polygons. The method subdivides a patch into successively smaller subpatches until a subpatch is as small as a raster-elem...Computer animation1974-12
8 Cannon, Thomas MichaelDigital image deblurring by nonlinear homomorphic filtering (CSTD-74-004)This report is concerned with the digital estimation of the frequency response of a two-dimensional linear system through which images have been passed and blurred. Almas t no a priori Knowledge concerning the system is required, and only one blurred image is necessar\d for a successful estimation. ...Computer animation1974-08
9 Phong-Tuong, BuiIllimunation of computer generated images (CSTD-73-005)This .report describes a new model for the shading of computer-generated images of objects in general and of polygonally descibed free-form curved surfaces in particular. The shading function is determined by a linear interpolation of the curvature of the surface. It takes into consideration the phy...Computer animation1973-07
10 Wessler, Barry DavidComputer-assisted visual communication (CSTD-73-004)The purpose of this research was to build an environment m which an author can create a visual communications vehicle (a film) which will convey his ideas and thoughts. The primary motivation for this effort was the powerful ability of film to combine instruction with entertainment. The entertainmen...Computer animation1973-07
11 Parke, Frederic IraComputer generated animation of facesThis report discusses the representation, animation and data collection techniques that have been developed and used to produce "realistic" computer generated half-tone animated sequences of a human face changing expression. It was determined that approximating the surface of a face with a polygona...Computer animation1972-06
12 Clark, James Henry3-D Design of free-form B-Spline surfaces (CSTD-74-005)This report describes an experimental system for designing free-form B-spline surfaces using a head-mounted display. In this system, the interaction with the surfaces takes place in three dimensions as the designed object's shape Is updated in real-time. The report also examines some of the problems...Computer animation1974-09
13 Paiva, MarieBeyond databases: a creative approach in keeping up with our growing resourcesMost libraries in the 21st century provide databases for their users. These databases seem to have rapidly multiplied over the years. At our academic library, there are over 320 databases available giving both librarians and patrons a broad array to choose from at any given time. Even with this abun...Databases; Library resources; Electronic resources2005
14 Paiva, MarieLennox Tierney collection: Japanese imagesLennox Tierney is a retired art history professor whose specialty was Asian Studies and Japan in particular. Tierney was a photographer, film maker, world traveler, author and tour guide. There are 11,000 digital images which can be viewed at the Marriott Library website.Japan; Photographs; Fine arts2013
15 Paiva, Marie96-97 Final report: ALA/USIA library fellow to ethiopiaThe National Library of Ethiopia (NLE) in Addis Ababa requested a librarian to help with staff training, evaluate organizational procedures and processes, and make recommendations to the institution. In order to work on the objectives, Library seminar/discussions were held on various topics for both...Ethiopia; Addis Ababa university; National library of Ethiopia; Librarianship1997-07-07
16 Paiva, MarieFrom palace to treasure house: creating a new space for the Institute of Ethiopian Studies LIbraryThe Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES) Library is a research library located at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia. Hope arrived in 2009 when construction began for a new IES library.Ethiopia; Research libraries; American Library Association annual conference2011
17 Gregory, Joan M.Building sustainable partnerships: libraries as partners in creating and supporting campus green teamsLibraries as Partners in Creating and Supporting Campus Green TeamsGreen teams; Sustainabliity, Recycling; Waste reduction2014-07-11
18 Anderson, Richard Bryan; England, Mark M.; Kendall, Mark M.Patron-driven acquisition of journal articles using ReadCube at the University of UtahThe University of Utah Library has teamed with a new company, Labtiva, to experiment with a product called ReadCube Access. This product allows the library to provide access to journal articles using a patron-driven acquisition (PDA) mechanism, using a tiered pricing structure based on level and per...2013-11-06
19 Anderson, Richard BryanPrint on the margins2011-06-15
20 Morrison, David L.Patent searching resources2013-10-09
21 Morrison, David L.Steps toward a Utah geospatial indexGISAC Presentation February 14, 2009.2009-02-14
22 Morrison, David L.Early patent information in the United States serial set2013-10
23 American Invents Act: roadshow and hearing schedule 20122012
24 Morrison, David L.Salt Lake PTRC Report, 20132013
25 Morrison, David L.Utah digital newspapers: copyright and the webCopyright presentation given by David Morrison, July 14, 2005.2005-07-14
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