An electronic version of USC's 2012 OAPS anthology is now available on the USC Libraries website. This year's collection consists of papers submitted through the USC Undergraduate Writers Conference and selected by a team of faculty, librarians, and student editors. Click through to read the anthology and learn more about the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students program.
On May 1-2, the USC Libraries hosted the Outsanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) 9th-annual task force meeting. Click through for photos from the two-day meeting—the third international conference hosted by the USC Libraries this academic year.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday, May 1 and 2, the USC Libraries host the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) 2012 annual meeting. The meeting—the third international conference hosted by the USC Libraries this academic year—includes discussions among representatives of participating universities, a guided tour of the USC Libraries special collections, and visits to Los Angeles-area cultural and educational institutions. Keep reading to learn more about OAPS and next week's conference.
An electronic version of USC's 2011 OAPS anthology is now available on the USC Libraries website. For 2011, the USC Libraries partnered with the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences to present seven exceptional papers written by USC undergraduates. Keep reading to learn more about the OAPS collaboration.
The USC Libraries recently partnered with the USC School of Social Work to publish a collection of ten research papers by social work graduate students, as Karen Bowman reports for the USC News Web site. Representatives from the libraries and the school traveled to China's Fujian province in April to present the book to the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) Conference. Then on May 7, the students were recognized at the School of Social Work's Dean's Recognition Ceremony. Keep reading for Karen Bowman's article, which has more on the published student authors and the stories behind their papers.
In April, USC became the first North American university to participate in the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) program when the USC Libraries and USC School of Social Work presented a collection of student research papers at the 2010 OAPS Conference. USC was joined at the conference, held at Xiamen University in China's Fujian province, by prestigious universities from China, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Macau, Taiwan, and Thailand. Keep reading for photos from the conference and a downloadable book containing the students' papers.