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[President Trump's Coronavirus Guidelines for America postcard]

Description: Photographs of the front and back of a postcard mailed to Robert Beaton regarding guidelines to slow the spread of coronavirus. The postcard was issued by the White House and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Both front and back of the postcard feature the coronavirus.gov URL for more information. The back of the postcard states "Even if you are young, or otherwise healthy, you are at risk and your activities can increase the risk for others. It is critical that you do your part to slow the spread of the coronavirus" and lists guidelines for social distancing and hygiene.
Date: March 16, 2020
Creator: Beaton, Robert
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Artificially structured boundary for confinement of effectively unmagnetized cryogenic antimatter plasmas

Description: The article is from conference proceedings that discuss an artificially structured boundary (ABS) considered to consist of a spatially periodic arrangement of electrostatically plugged magnetic cusps. As envisioned, a non-neutral positron plasma could be confined by an ASB along its edge, and the space charge of the positron plasma would serve to confine an antiproton plasma. If the conditions of the two-species plasma are suitable, production of antihydrogen via three-body recombination for antimatter gravity studies may be possible.
Date: January 23, 2018
Creator: Hedlof, R. M. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Closed-form expressions for the magnetic fields of rectangular and circular finite-length solenoids and current loops

Description: This article discusses closed-form expressions for the magnetic fields produced by rectangular- and circular-shaped finite-length solenoids and current loops. The closed-form expression for the magnetic field of a rectangular-shaped finite-length solenoid is derived using the Biot–Savart law. Closed-form expressions for the magnetic fields of solenoids and current loops can be used to avoid approximations in analytical models and may reduce computation time in computer simulations.
Date: June 15, 2020
Creator: Hampton, S.; Lane, R. A.; Hedlof, R. M.; Phillips, R. E. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

E-Resource Cataloging Challenges and Solutions

Description: Script notes for the presentation, "E-Resource Cataloging: Challenges and Solutions." In the presentation, catalogers from a large academic library share how they make e-resources discoverable through their approach to record quality assessment, batch editing with regular expressions in MarcEdit, and record load tracking.
Date: February 13, 2020
Creator: Wolf, Stacey; Baron, Adam; Berg, Jeremy; Sassen, Catherine & Yanowski, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulation of plasma fueling using magnetic plasma expulsion

Description: This article explores the possibility of fueling a magnetically confined plasma using particle sources located inside of the plasma using computer simulation. The simulations show how charged particles can be injected into a plasma by using particle sources located directly between two current-carrying wires that create a magnetic expulsion field. Conditions for plasma fueling are investigated using a classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulation. Two types of particle sources are considered, and the fraction of emitted particles that reach (and fuel) the magnetically confined plasma is evaluated for each.
Date: July 11, 2019
Creator: Martinez, A. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Electrostatic equilibria of non-neutral plasmas confined in a Penning trap with axially varying magnetic field

Description: This article describes a procedure for computing the electrostatic equilibria of non-neutral plasmas in a Penning trap with a nonuniform magnetic field by solving Poisson's equation using an iterative method. Plasma equilibria in a model Penning trap with high and low field regions are computed. The plasma is assumed to follow the Boltzmann density distribution along magnetic field lines.
Date: May 21, 2019
Creator: Lane, Ryan A. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Regular Expressions Guides

Description: This list of guides was provided as a supporting document as part of the presentation, "E-Resource Cataloging: Challenges and Solutions." In the presentation, catalogers from a large academic library share how they make e-resources discoverable through their approach to record quality assessment, batch editing with regular expressions in MarcEdit, and record load tracking.
Date: February 13, 2020
Creator: Wolf, Stacey; Baron, Adam; Berg, Jeremy; Sassen, Catherine & Yanowski, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

E-Resource Cataloging: Challenges and Solutions

Description: In this presentation, catalogers from a large academic library share how they make e-resources discoverable through their approach to record quality assessment, batch editing with regular expressions in MarcEdit, and record load tracking. The presenters also provided handouts with helpful information about their processes and procedures.
Date: February 13, 2020
Creator: Wolf, Stacey; Baron, Adam; Berg, Jeremy; Sassen, Catherine & Yanowski, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Tracking E-Resource Record Loads

Description: This tracking sheet was provided as a supporting document as part of the presentation, "E-Resource Cataloging: Challenges and Solutions." In the presentation, catalogers from a large academic library share how they make e-resources discoverable through their approach to record quality assessment, batch editing with regular expressions in MarcEdit, and record load tracking.
Date: February 13, 2020
Creator: Wolf, Stacey; Baron, Adam; Berg, Jeremy; Sassen, Catherine & Yanowski, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

Magnetic plasma expulsion

Description: The article presents one scheme for what is referred to as magnetic plasma expulsion, which would prevent the plasma from entering a given region. Magnetic plasma expulsion techniques may allow instrumentation access to the interiors of plasmas. Magnetic plasma expulsion techniques may also make alternative approaches for magnetic plasma confinement possible. Particle-in-cell simulation with the Warp code is used to study magnetic plasma expulsion. Some conditions for achieving magnetic plasma expulsion are reported.
Date: January 16, 2018
Creator: Phillips, R. E. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Giant increase in cross-magnetic-field transport rate as an electron-positron plasma cools

Description: The article focuses on a study of an electron-positron plasma in thermal equilibrium within a uniform magnetic field using a classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulation. The cross-magnetic-field single-particle diffusion coefficient is evaluated as a function of the magnetic field strength and plasma temperature. The transport rate is found to increase by many orders of magnitude as the plasma temperature is lowered, for a magnetic field strength of 1 T. The sharp dependence on temperature is due to electrons and positrons becoming temporarily correlated and drifting across the magnetic field before dissociating.
Date: October 5, 2017
Creator: Aguirre, F. F. & Ordonez, Carlos A.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Procedure-Workflow Template

Description: This workflow template was provided as a supporting document as part of the presentation, "E-Resource Cataloging: Challenges and Solutions." In the presentation, catalogers from a large academic library share how they make e-resources discoverable through their approach to record quality assessment, batch editing with regular expressions in MarcEdit, and record load tracking.
Date: February 13, 2020
Creator: Wolf, Stacey; Baron, Adam; Berg, Jeremy; Sassen, Catherine & Yanowski, Kevin
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Heart of Librarianship: A Topical Literature Review of Outreach in Academic Libraries

Description: This literature review provides an overview of outreach in academic libraries over the last five years. The review aims to centralize the common activities and general purposes of outreach while also bringing emphasis to more strategic outreach efforts such as the incorporation of learning outcomes and assessment into outreach. The review also provides commentary on how outreach can be used to affect information literacy and research.
Date: July 5, 2019
Creator: Henson, Brea
Partner: UNT Libraries

Pop Chronicles Interviews #106 - Frank Sinatra

Description: Recording of Frank Sinatra's acceptance speech for an award from the National Conference of Personal Managers. John Gilliland later used this audio for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. Sinatra notes his 35-year career beginning at age 15, placing this recording around the year 1965. This recording contains slurs or stereotyping directed at race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religion.
Date: 1965~
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #31 - Bobby Darin

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Bobby Darin in Beverly Hills, California for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. Due to problems with the original tape, the playback speed varies over the course of the interview.
Date: November 5, 1967
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #88 - Patti Page with Jack Rael

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Patti Page and Jack Rael on the KCUL House of Wax program in Fort Worth. Gilliland later used this audio in the Pop Chronicles radio program series. The interview is in tracks 1 through 5, with unrelated material on the tape before and after.
Date: October 12, 1955
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pop Chronicles Interviews #158 - Edgar Bergen

Description: Recording of John Gilliland interviewing Edgar Bergen for the Pop Chronicles radio program series. The interview begins in track 3 following unrelated material, and continues through track 6, followed by an apparent live performance by the Mills Brothers. This recording contains slurs or stereotyping directed at race, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, or religion.
Date: October 19, 1971
Creator: Gilliland, John
Partner: UNT Music Library