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Integrating Usage Statistics Into Collection Development Decisions, Linda A. Hulbert, Dani L. Roach 2010 University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

Integrating Usage Statistics Into Collection Development Decisions, Linda A. Hulbert, Dani L. Roach

Library Staff Publications & Presentations

Presented the methodology and systems used at the University of St. Thomas libraires to analyze usage statistics for both print and electronic resources in order to support collection development decisions. We discuss how the data are collected, how cost-per-use is calculated and how standards development may facilitate these processes in the future. Roles of subject liaisons and Collection Development Committee in the decision making process are examined.


Developments In Library Scholarly Communication Services, Adrian K. Ho 2010 The University of Western Ontario

Developments In Library Scholarly Communication Services, Adrian K. Ho

Adrian K. Ho

This presentation discusses the strategies used to develop a scholarly communication program at The University of Western Ontario. It also touches on how academic librarians can get involved in scholarly communication services.


The Faculty Notebook, April 2010, Provost's Office 2010 Gettysburg College

The Faculty Notebook, April 2010, Provost's Office

Faculty Notebook

The Faculty Notebook is published periodically by the Office of the Provost at Gettysburg College to bring to the attention of the campus community accomplishments and activities of academic interest. Faculty are encouraged to submit materials for consideration for publication to the Associate Provost for Faculty Development. Copies of this publication are available at the Office of the Provost.


Recognizing Opportunities: Conversational Openings To Promote Positive Scholarly Communication Change, Adrian K. Ho, Daniel R. Lee 2010 The University of Western Ontario

Recognizing Opportunities: Conversational Openings To Promote Positive Scholarly Communication Change, Adrian K. Ho, Daniel R. Lee

Adrian K. Ho

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Digitalcommons@Ilr: Institutional Repository Marketing And Development At The Catherwood Library, Ilr School, Cornell University, Mary J. Newhart, Suzanne A. Cohen, James D. DelRosso 2010 Cornell University

Digitalcommons@Ilr: Institutional Repository Marketing And Development At The Catherwood Library, Ilr School, Cornell University, Mary J. Newhart, Suzanne A. Cohen, James D. Delrosso

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] DigitalCommons@ILR is a multipurpose institutional repository (IR) for scholarship produced by the faculty in the Industrial and Labor Relations School (ILR) at Cornell University. Although it shares this purpose with many IRs, DigitalCommons@ILR sets itself apart in a number of ways. First, it was designed to function not only as a collection of faculty scholarly works but also as a subject-based IR for workplace-related information. Furthermore, unlike many IRs, it has been successfully integrated into the organization, receiving support from the school's administration and strong uptake from the faculty. Finally, it has routinely pushed the accepted ...


Cross Country Comparison Of Scholarly E-Reading Patterns In Australia, Finland, And The United States, Carol Tenopir, Concepción S. Wilson, Pertti Vakkari, Sanna Talja, Donald W. King 2010 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Cross Country Comparison Of Scholarly E-Reading Patterns In Australia, Finland, And The United States, Carol Tenopir, Concepción S. Wilson, Pertti Vakkari, Sanna Talja, Donald W. King

School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works

Surveys of academic staff in Australia, Finland, and the United States from 2004-2007 reveal reading patterns of e-articles by academics that can be used to measure the purpose and value of e-reading and to demonstrate the value of library-provided electronic journal collections. Results can also be used to compare differences across subject discipline, age, and national boundaries, and how the decisions that libraries make influence reading patterns. The surveys used a variation of the critical incident technique to focus on the last e-article read, whether from the library collection or from elsewhere. Readings from e-journals and articles provided by libraries ...


Editorial Introduction, Ivan Gaetz 2010 Collaborative Librarianship

Editorial Introduction, Ivan Gaetz

Collaborative Librarianship

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Review Of Working Together: Collaborative Information Practices For Organizational Learning, Minna Sellers 2010 Fort Lewis College

Review Of Working Together: Collaborative Information Practices For Organizational Learning, Minna Sellers

Collaborative Librarianship

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2010 Author Recognition Bibliography, Grand Valley State University Libraries 2010 Grand Valley State University

2010 Author Recognition Bibliography, Grand Valley State University Libraries

Author Recognition

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Who Initiates Emergency Commitments?, Annette Christy, Jessica Handelsman, Ardis Hanson, Ezra Ochshorn 2009 University of South Florida

Who Initiates Emergency Commitments?, Annette Christy, Jessica Handelsman, Ardis Hanson, Ezra Ochshorn

Ardis Hanson

Florida's Mental Health Act was amended in 2005 and 2006 to include licensed mental health counselors and licensed marriage and family therapists, respectively, to the list of professionals authorized to initiate emergency commitments. The present study evaluates the volume of involuntary emergency commitments by type of initiator for a 5 year period.


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