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Embedded Librarianship: Invaluable Campus Contributions, Jessica Clemons Oct 2015

Embedded Librarianship: Invaluable Campus Contributions, Jessica Clemons

Library Faculty Scholarship

Academic librarians are increasingly playing a role in the teaching and research process for students and faculty. Learn how librarians are active in the classroom and becoming partners in research.


United Kingdom Libraries During World War Ii, Matthew Leavitt Mlis Jul 2015

United Kingdom Libraries During World War Ii, Matthew Leavitt Mlis

SLIS Connecting

Cultural attacks, especially attacks on books, have been common place during conflict throughout history (Stubbings, 1993). Libraries in particular have been targeted since books and libraries are symbols of cultures (Valencia, 2002). Nazi Germany was not an exception to attacks on culture before and during World War II (Figure 1). A total war had begun under the Nazis which meant that no area of society was exempt from attack (Valencia, 2002).


Teaching #Infolit With Everyday Content, Derek Malone Jan 2015

Teaching #Infolit With Everyday Content, Derek Malone

Faculty Presentations

Poster session detailing the use of everyday encounters (ex. word of mouth, social media, broadcast news, etc.) for information literacy instruction, presented at the Conference on Undergraduate Research Programs: Building Enhancing and Sustaining.


Awareness And Usage Of Cloud Computing Application Among Lis Professionals: A Case Study Of 17 Indian University Libraries, Sabiti Majhi, Sarika Meher, Bulu Maharana Jan 2015

Awareness And Usage Of Cloud Computing Application Among Lis Professionals: A Case Study Of 17 Indian University Libraries, Sabiti Majhi, Sarika Meher, Bulu Maharana

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This study was conducted in seventeen Indian university Libraries to assess the familiarity and usage of cloud computing applications among Library and information Science professionals. The investigator collected responses from 56 number of LIS professionals working at 17 Indian University Libraries, through a structured questionnaire. Results revealed that the usage of cloud computing applications in library operation and services is not very significant. However, LIS professionals are using those applications for different personal purposes like, Store Files Online, Store Personal Videos and photographs online and for Collaborative writing. However, majority of the librarians showed their concern over the security. Further ...