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The Generation Gap: What Generation Gap? : Management, Technology, Training, And Evolving Skills, Antje Mays Nov 2010

The Generation Gap: What Generation Gap? : Management, Technology, Training, And Evolving Skills, Antje Mays

Dacus Library Faculty Publications

Contrary to divisive labels to describe generations, members of different age groups have much to teach each other: Younger workers bring fresh perspectives to old issues, while older workers' valuable organizational history help inform current contexts. All age groups in the workplace benefit in learning from each other's perspectives.


It's All In A Day's Work: Managing The Institutional Repository, Pamela Bluh Oct 2010

It's All In A Day's Work: Managing The Institutional Repository, Pamela Bluh

Faculty Scholarship

An overview of the decision to select the Digital Commons as the platform for the institutional repository and comments on why library technical services is well suited to manage the repository.


Workflows In Paradise: E-Books, Acquisitions, And Cataloging, Antje Mays Sep 2010

Workflows In Paradise: E-Books, Acquisitions, And Cataloging, Antje Mays

Dacus Library Faculty Publications

This article explores libraries’ technical workflow design and strategic considerations as various e-books business models and mobile devices and their management become a growing part of the information landscape.