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Deeken: Writers In The Libraries, Joanne Deeken Mar 2012

Deeken: Writers In The Libraries, Joanne Deeken

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WIL for ACRL


Take 10 For Trace, Linda Phillips, Margaret Casado May 2010

Take 10 For Trace, Linda Phillips, Margaret Casado

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These slides accompanied a ten-minute presentation introducing faculty to the capabilities of the campus digital showcase and archive, including mention of the library's digital peer-reviewed Newfound Press.


Decision Methods For Virtual Knowledge Collaboration, Barbara I. Dewey Mar 2009

Decision Methods For Virtual Knowledge Collaboration, Barbara I. Dewey

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Virtual models of knowledge collaboration and access abound in research libraries, but as we move into the 21st century we are developing new ways for strategically advancing knowledge collaboration more broadly and creatively within the research library context. Three areas will be addressed as examples of decision models. First, collaborative decision making to create knowledge rich organizational structures will be discussed. Second, creation of new forms of knowledge through virtual publication by collaboration will be reviewed. Third, development of collaborative learning, teaching, and research spaces will be addressed. Conclusions encompass future-oriented models for knowledge collaboration and access which transcend individuals ...


Through Any Means Available: Connecting People With Scholarship, Barbara I. Dewey Mar 2009

Through Any Means Available: Connecting People With Scholarship, Barbara I. Dewey

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This presentation focuses on the 21st century research library's role for connecting people to scholarship. Meeting this challenge requires new organizational strategies, communication techniques, funding approaches, and pedagogies to enable students, faculty, scholars, and alumni to connect to they resources they need to be successful throughout their life. Connecting means locating, using, creating, and interacting and is active rather than passive. It goes beyond the traditional boundaries of the library the campus, and even higher education. Connecting means exposing the world to the intellectual output of the university community. In order to thrive the research library must focus on ...