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Understanding Discovery: Evaluating The Use And Impact Of Ebsco Discovery Service, Ronalee Ciocco, Jessica Howard, Donna Skekel Dec 2013

Understanding Discovery: Evaluating The Use And Impact Of Ebsco Discovery Service, Ronalee Ciocco, Jessica Howard, Donna Skekel

Jessica Howard

More than a year after implementing the EBSCO Discovery Service, we have used website statistics, usability tests, and interlibrary loan data to assess how the service is being used. In this session we discussed what we learned and the implications for our library and our patrons. Poster presented at Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) Annual Conference on October 1, 2012.


Making Your Mobile Device An Art Expert: Using Qr Codes To Tell The Story Behind Artifacts In Your Library, Jessica Howard, Carolyn Sautter Dec 2013

Making Your Mobile Device An Art Expert: Using Qr Codes To Tell The Story Behind Artifacts In Your Library, Jessica Howard, Carolyn Sautter

Jessica Howard

We explain how Gettysburg College is using QR codes to tell the stories behind public art in Musselman Library.


Launching An Institutional Repository And Library Publishing Platform With Digital Commons, Zach Coble, Carolyn Sautter, Janelle L. Wertzberger Dec 2013

Launching An Institutional Repository And Library Publishing Platform With Digital Commons, Zach Coble, Carolyn Sautter, Janelle L. Wertzberger

Janelle Wertzberger

Presentation given at Pennsylvania Library Association on October 2, 2012.


Chapter One: A Small College Library Joins The Open Access Movement, Janelle L. Wertzberger Dec 2013

Chapter One: A Small College Library Joins The Open Access Movement, Janelle L. Wertzberger

Janelle Wertzberger

The open access movement has been going strong for over a decade. Large research universities tend to have the oldest and most active programs. Their work is inspiring, but it can be challenging for librarians at smaller institutions to identify ways to contribute to the movement. Gettysburg College launched its institutional repository in 2012. This presentation tells how we got started.


Accessible Electronic Resources For All, Angela Dresselhaus Dec 2013

Accessible Electronic Resources For All, Angela Dresselhaus

Angela Dresselhaus

This webinar covers the library's role in providing equal access to electronic databases, streaming media, and other online materials. This webinar will cover accessibility-related legislation such as the Rehabilitation Act Section 504/508 and ADA law, their impact on library acquisitions, and current legal challenges. The webinar will introduce participants to policies, standards, and functional web requirements to frame a discussion on the barriers faced by people with disabilities, as well as discuss format specific needs for streaming media, websites, online journals, databases, e-books and e-readers. Finally, the presenter will demonstrate freely available tools that librarians can use to ...


Openedition Books: A Freemium Model For Open Access, Andrew Wesolek Dec 2013

Openedition Books: A Freemium Model For Open Access, Andrew Wesolek

Presentations

No abstract provided.


Buried Deep: How Data About Subseafloor Life Becomes Dark And Why, Peter Darch, Rebekah Cummings Dec 2013

Buried Deep: How Data About Subseafloor Life Becomes Dark And Why, Peter Darch, Rebekah Cummings

Peter Darch

Earth scientists increasingly work in distributed, multidisciplinary projects. To promote the sharing of data across such a project, it is vital to improve long-term preservation of data in formats accessible to scientists in multiple disciplines with diverse needs, tools and scientific practices. When developing data management plans and infrastructure, it is important to ask: - What data are generated? - Where are these data preserved and shared? - What are the processes by which these data become 'dark'? - What are the infrastructural and social factors that shape these processes? In response to these questions, we present findings from the first year of a ...


Building Cultural Competency In Therapy, Naveen Jonathan Dec 2013

Building Cultural Competency In Therapy, Naveen Jonathan

Marriage and Family Therapy Faculty Presentations

Discusses how to build better cultural competency in order to help clients of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds.


Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle Dec 2013

Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle

Diana Finkle

Interested in moving your face-to-face library workshops online, but not sure how to make that happen? Come to this session and see how librarians at Clemson did just that and walk away with pedagogical and technological hints and tips for success!


Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle Dec 2013

Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle

Anne Grant

Interested in moving your face-to-face library workshops online, but not sure how to make that happen? Come to this session and see how librarians at Clemson did just that and walk away with pedagogical and technological hints and tips for success!


A Stochastic Walk Along Mexico's Mesoamerican Frontier, Gregory J. Brock, Constantin Ogloblin Nov 2013

A Stochastic Walk Along Mexico's Mesoamerican Frontier, Gregory J. Brock, Constantin Ogloblin

Gregory J. Brock

No abstract provided.


Copyright: What Library Workers Should Know, Michael Priehs Nov 2013

Copyright: What Library Workers Should Know, Michael Priehs

Library Scholarly Publications

Michael Priehs, Coordinator for Scholarly Communications & Copyright at Wayne State University, provides library workers with an overview of copyright, including fair use and the public domain. Recent high-profile copyright cases will be discussed, along with implications for libraries. Suggestions for providing copyright assistance to library patrons will round out the talk.


Gobierno Abierto: La Transparencia Como Responsabilidad Compartida, Desde Lo Local, Jaime Mesina Nov 2013

Gobierno Abierto: La Transparencia Como Responsabilidad Compartida, Desde Lo Local, Jaime Mesina

Juan Jaime Mesina

Gobierno Abierto (open government) desde su implementación internacional, nacional y con un énfasis especial para gobiernos locales en México.


Managing Library Teams With Zoho Projects, Joshua Morgan, Darius Jones Nov 2013

Managing Library Teams With Zoho Projects, Joshua Morgan, Darius Jones

Joshua Morgan

No abstract provided.


An Overview Of The Dsm-5, Timothy Thomason Nov 2013

An Overview Of The Dsm-5, Timothy Thomason

Timothy Thomason

This presentation provides an overview of the DSM-5, focusing on the changes from DSM-IV.


A Stochastic Walk Along Mexico's Mesoamerican Frontier, Gregory J. Brock, Constantin Ogloblin Nov 2013

A Stochastic Walk Along Mexico's Mesoamerican Frontier, Gregory J. Brock, Constantin Ogloblin

Gregory J. Brock

No abstract provided.


Using De Bono’S Six Thinking Hats For Creative Thinking, Effective Decision Making, Engaged Meetings, And Faster Problem Solving, Linda M. Golian-Lui, Katherine Jana Golian-Lui Nov 2013

Using De Bono’S Six Thinking Hats For Creative Thinking, Effective Decision Making, Engaged Meetings, And Faster Problem Solving, Linda M. Golian-Lui, Katherine Jana Golian-Lui

Linda M. Golian-Lui

Thinking is like breaking – we take it for granted. We assume that the way we think is the ‘right’ way and that everyone thinks the same way. We involve too much in the thinking process creating a ‘thinking stew’ filled with emotions, ruts, and opinions. De Bono’s six thinking hats is a simple, fun, and effective technique that helps organizations communicate more effectively and stimulates creative problem solving. Come and learn and experience this unique communication tool.


Presenting And Preserving Your Scholarship With Digital Commons @ Spu, Kristen Hoffman, Michael Paulus Jr. Nov 2013

Presenting And Preserving Your Scholarship With Digital Commons @ Spu, Kristen Hoffman, Michael Paulus Jr.

SPU Works

Learn about self-archiving is and what benefits it offers, see an overview of the Digital Commons @ SPU (http://digitalcommons.spu.edu) system, and learn how to contribute your scholarship.


Turning Technofear To Technojoy, Amanda R. Hartman Nov 2013

Turning Technofear To Technojoy, Amanda R. Hartman

Amanda Hartman McLellan

In the talk I covered some tips on overcoming the fear of change and new technology, balancing security and privacy issues with participation in social media, and some suggested websites and apps to get you started


13 Surefire Ways To Kill Your Private Practice, Oscar T. Mcknight, Kerri Carmichael, Gregory Pollock Nov 2013

13 Surefire Ways To Kill Your Private Practice, Oscar T. Mcknight, Kerri Carmichael, Gregory Pollock

Oscar T McKnight Ph.D.

This program and research reviews by paradox the 13 surefire ways to kill your private practice. The program highlights common mistakes and stresses the areas needed to create a successful private practice. Data driven examples explore the myths and reality of private practice.


Using Cases To Teach Research Data Management, Donna Kafel Nov 2013

Using Cases To Teach Research Data Management, Donna Kafel

Donna Kafel

Presentation on using the research cases in the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum to teach data management best practices. Demonstration of how a biomedical research engineering case could be presented to students to teach research data management concepts in a disciplinary context.


Four Years Of Unmediated Demand-Driven Acquisition And 5,000 Ebooks Later: We Gave 'Em What They Wanted, Karen S Fischer, Chris Diaz Nov 2013

Four Years Of Unmediated Demand-Driven Acquisition And 5,000 Ebooks Later: We Gave 'Em What They Wanted, Karen S Fischer, Chris Diaz

University of Iowa Libraries Staff Publications

As one of ebrary’s largest academic library DDA customers, the program at the University of Iowa Libraries has been highly successful, though not without challenges. This presentation will present detailed findings from analyzing Iowa’s demand-driven acquisition e-book usage data from over 5,000 titles purchased over four years, including examining subject areas, prices, publishers, and other relevant metrics. This presentation will serve as update to a popular session at Charleston in 2010 (Give ‘Em What They Want: Patron-Driven Collection Development), where Iowa presented data from a one-year pilot program. Now, with four years of experience under our belts ...


Pacs, Presidential Systems, And Good Governance, Riccardo Pelizzo Nov 2013

Pacs, Presidential Systems, And Good Governance, Riccardo Pelizzo

riccardo pelizzo

No abstract provided.


On The Empirical Failure Of Expected Utility, Shyam Sunder Nov 2013

On The Empirical Failure Of Expected Utility, Shyam Sunder

Shyam Sunder

No abstract provided.


Democracy, Accountability, Parliaments, Riccardo Pelizzo Nov 2013

Democracy, Accountability, Parliaments, Riccardo Pelizzo

riccardo pelizzo

No abstract provided.


Consejo Argentino Para Las Relaciones Internacionales, Consejo Argentino Para Las Relaciones Internacionales Nov 2013

Consejo Argentino Para Las Relaciones Internacionales, Consejo Argentino Para Las Relaciones Internacionales

About Think Tanks: The Mission and Impact of the World's Leading Think Tanks

The Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI) is a private, non-profit, academic institution. The Council seeks to study and conduct analysis on the political, economic, cultural, and social dimensions of international relations.

Established on June 15, 1978, CARI's goal is to provide a setting and an environment in which to study and discuss international problems as they relate to Argentina. Acting as a link between Argentina and the world, CARI takes a unique, multidisciplinary approach to the study of international relations. The Council's goal is to work towards peace and the development of mankind through closer international ties ...


Getting Started With Guide On The Side, Teresa Williams, Jessica Trinoskey, Lauren Magnuson Nov 2013

Getting Started With Guide On The Side, Teresa Williams, Jessica Trinoskey, Lauren Magnuson

Scholarship and Professional Work

Teresa Williams' presentation at Presentation at Indiana Online Users Group (IOLUG) Fall Conference on 11/1/13 in Indianapolis, IN.


Scooping, Clipping And Snipping: Leveraging The Power Of Curation Tools To Enhance Libguide Design And Use, Ruth L. Baker Nov 2013

Scooping, Clipping And Snipping: Leveraging The Power Of Curation Tools To Enhance Libguide Design And Use, Ruth L. Baker

Library Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.


Research Data Services: A New Focus For Librarians., Carol Tenopir Nov 2013

Research Data Services: A New Focus For Librarians., Carol Tenopir

DataONE Sociocultural and Usability & Assessment Working Groups

No abstract provided.


Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle Nov 2013

Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle

Presentations

Interested in moving your face-to-face library workshops online, but not sure how to make that happen? Come to this session and see how librarians at Clemson did just that and walk away with pedagogical and technological hints and tips for success!