New Campus Guest WiFi service
Information Systems is pleased to announce the launch of a new guest WiFi service, WFUguest. The new service is comparable to what is com-
monly available at hotels, airports, coffee shops, colleges and universities. It is designed to make access to the Internet for campus visitors eas-
ily accessible through a simple self-service process. Campus visitors will no longer need to obtain special credentials from the Information Sys-
tems Service Desk. To access WFUguest, our guests will simply select WFUguest from the list of available networks, open a browser, and ac-
cept the User Acceptance Policy. The WFUguest network isolates guest wireless traffic from our secure campus wireless network. Students,
faculty and staff should continue to use the secure campus wireless, WFUwireless.
To learn more about our campus wireless networks, visit our web page.
software @ WFU - a great resource for classroom and office software
No more trips to the Information Systems Service Desk for software! software @ WFU offers on-demand, self-service access to IS-managed
campus software required for the classroom and office. We are sure you will be pleased with the new look and feel as well as the expanded
and frequently requested software offerings, including Adobe Creative Cloud, SPSS, Mathematica, MATLAB and many more!
RESEARCH DATA &
PUBLISHING SUPPORT SERVICES
The Digital Scholarship Unit of the Z. Smith
Reynolds Library offers a variety of research
data and publishing support services for facul-
ty.
Data management: consultation on data
management plans; dataset curation,
preservation, and archiving; compliance
with external funders’ data policies; com-
pliance with publishers’ data policies
Publishing: copyright and author rights
consultation; publishing contract review;
Open Access Fund support for publishing
in OA venues; ORCID researcher identifi-
cation number consultation
Open archiving: personal collection space
in WakeSpace institutional repository;
recommendations on identifying appro-
priate subject and disciplinary reposito-
ries; rights retention review consultations
If you have questions research data manage-
ment or publishing, or need to utilize the ser-
vices outlined above, contact Molly Keener,
Scholarly Communication Librarian.
LIBRARY PARTNERS PRESS:
An Update, and a Call for Content
The Provost's Office is pleased to announce
that Library Partners Press, an imprint of Digital
Publishing @ Wake, has in the past year suc-
cessfully facilitated the publication of about
two dozen quality monographs, and is current-
ly promoting both a frontlist and backlist of
print and electronic books produced by WFU
faculty, staff, students, and friends. Many of
these books -- academic, creative, literary, gen-
eral trade, and otherwise -- are reaching their
respective readers through both ZSR's library-
licensed platforms (like Tizra, Pressbooks,
and Biblioboard) and via e-commerce
booksellers like Amazon.com.
Meanwhile, and relying on the scalability of
such e-publishing platforms, Library Partners
Press is well-positioned to issue a continuing
"call for content":
WFU faculty, staff, students, and community
are encouraged to consider Library Partners
Press for their next digital publishing project(s).
Please email kanewp@wfu.eduwith questions
or concerns.
FACULTY SURVEY COMING IN OCTOBER
This October, ZSR Will deploy a local version
of the Ithaka S+R Faculty Survey, a national
study of the impact of digital technologies on
research, teaching and publishing. The survey
will seek Reynolda campus faculty perspec-
tives on a range of topics, including how fac-
ulty engage with and perceive the library. In
particular, the survey will help ZSR gain in-
sight into how faculty members work in a
rapidly changing and increasingly digital envi-
ronment. The survey will include both stand-
ardized questions to enable cross-
institutional comparisons as well as locally
developed questions about library space
planning, digital research
activities and undergrad-
uate instruction. Re-
sponses will help shape
the future of ZSR ser-
vices. Your invitation to
participate will arrive via
email in early October.
Survey respondents will
be entered in a drawing
to win one of three Kin-
dle Fires.
News from the Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Calling all Reynolda Campus Faculty and Staff!
Join our colleagues at Wake Forest Baptist Health on September 24 from 2:00-4:00 pm at Finnigan's Wake for the 10th Annual St. Baldrick's
Brave the Shave event!! Whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer, or donate, we hope you'll be a part of the excitement! This
event has raised $361,119.64 since it's start in 2007. This year the goal is to add $100,000 to that total! Mayor Allen Joines will kick off the
event at 2:00 pm at the stage on Trade Street in front of Finnigan's.
The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that funds more in childhood cancer
research grants than any organization except the U.S. government. Get involved and you'll be
giving hope to infants, children, teens and young adults fighting childhood cancers!
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