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Curating MARC Indexing to Optimize Discoverability of Resources at the ECU Libraries
This presentation features a case study of an implementation of VuFind at the East Carolina University Libraries. Cataloging representatives from the main university library, the health sciences library, and the music ...
Missing in Action: A Mission to Investigate and Neutralize Book Loss
Objective: During the summer of 2014, Laupus Library at East Carolina University began investigating an increase in the number of items that were being reported as being “not on shelf” by staff and patrons. Due to a ...
Participation in the Mitinet ICC Internship Program: Thoughts and Perspectives
Presented as part of a panel on virtual internships for Library & Information Science students.
From Old to New: Changing the Way a Health Sciences Library Thinks About Popular Reading Collections
Objective: The inclusion of popular reading titles among academic and health sciences libraries is heavily discussed in the library literature. A popular reading collection containing health sciences related leisure reading ...
A Paradigm Shift: Transforming Collection Development to Meet the Needs of Users
Objectives: For the past few years, this health sciences library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books in print. Over time, the library has experienced a shift in increased eBook acquisitions versus print. ...
Anatomy Touch Table Project
Objectives : The library has seen great usage in its anatomical model collection but struggles to meet patron demand during peak times. The objective of this project was to improve patron experience and utilization of ...
Melting Away: Sifting through the Special Snowflakes
Medical practice books tend to become quickly outdated as clinical practice changes with ever-evolving research. For the past few years, Laupus Health Sciences Library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books ...