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Open Scholarly Publishing Plugin, Barry Bailey Dec 2016

Open Scholarly Publishing Plugin, Barry Bailey

Sabbatical Projects

Presentation reflecting author's sabbatical project, which reviewed the need for and developed a plugin to allow institutions to convert WordPress into an institutional repository.


Waiter! There’S A Librarian In My Course!, Mark Sumey, Terri Summey Aug 2016

Waiter! There’S A Librarian In My Course!, Mark Sumey, Terri Summey

SIDLIT Conference

Are your students having difficulty with research topics? How about proper source citations in their research papers? Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own, personal librarian to help with these issues? Emporia State University’s William Allen White Library staff has partnered with Information Technology/Learning Technologies to create the Embedded Librarian program. A specific role was developed for the LMS to allow the embedded librarian to create content, create and manage discussion topics and to communicate directly with the students in the course. The embedded librarian is a click away to answer research questions, provide copyright/source ...


Scholarspace: Help Us Establish Our Place In The Scholarly Web, Barry J. Bailey Aug 2009

Scholarspace: Help Us Establish Our Place In The Scholarly Web, Barry J. Bailey

Staff Development Presentations

The presenter discusses why ScholarSpace @ JCCC, a institutional repository is essential to collecting the intellectual output of Johnson County Community College


Web 2.0: Academic Research & 10 Useful Tools, Lissa Lord Jul 2009

Web 2.0: Academic Research & 10 Useful Tools, Lissa Lord

SIDLIT Conference Proceedings

This is an update of the 2008 SIDLIT presentation on "Scholarly Research: Internet & Web 2.0." The session will address questions such as: How do we navigate academic research to include the resources of Web 2.0? What are those resources? Are they primary? Can you cite them? Is this too far out of the box for academic research? Is there a search engine? And please, what is Twitter doing here? During the session you'll discuss these and other specific questions—so, bring them along. Don’t think we’re going up the creek without a paddle! We’ll ...


Building A Blog From Scratch, Jonathan Bacon Aug 2008

Building A Blog From Scratch, Jonathan Bacon

SIDLIT Conference Proceedings

The presenter takes the audience step-by-step through the creation of a Weblog, a tool which can be used for distance education.