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LibQUAL+ Spring 2009 Survey Analysis
(East Carolina University, 2009-08-31)
PowerPoint presentation analyzing the results of the Spring 2009 LibQUAL+ survey at East Carolina University and comparing results with those from the 2003 and 2007 surveys.
Crowdsourcing Digitization: Harnessing Workflows to Increase Output
(East Carolina University, 2008-10-16)
Are the highly selective models of digital content creation satisfying user demands for increasing access to our vast collection holdings? In this era of decreasing library budgets and increasing responsibilities, is such ...
Applying the basics to improve the collection
(East Carolina University, 2008)
This article serves as a follow-up to an article published in Collection Building (Vol. 25 No. 4, pp. 129-133) entitled, "Inventory: catalyst for collection development" which discussed the direct outcomes of an inventory ...
Acquiring Articles through Unmediated, User-Initiated Pay-Per-View Transactions: An Assessment of Current Practices
(East Carolina University, 2009-12)
Depressed economic times often lead libraries to consider new practices, including alternatives to the traditional subscription model. This column discusses a pay-per-view (PPV) model for acquiring journal articles whereby ...
Rev. of Library 2.0 and Beyond: Innovative Technologies and Tomorrow's User, ed. Courtney Stephens
(East Carolina University, 2008-01)
From Innovation to Transformation: A Review of the 2006-2007 Serials Literature
(East Carolina University, 2009-01)
This paper reviews the leading trends in and contributions to the peer-reviewed and professional literature of serials librarianship published in 2006 and 2007. The review shows that a central topic in the literature is ...
Persuasive Proposals for Increasing Your Electronic Resources and Services
(East Carolina University, 2007-02-23)
In these days of scarce funding and increased pressure for cutting edge services, librarians must learn which strategies work to "sell" their requests for additional funding, new services and electronic resources. Come ...
From the Taiga Forum 2006 . . . OUR future scenarios
(East Carolina University, 2006)
Open Access Publishing in the Social Sciences and Humanities
(East Carolina University, 2009)
Open access publishing is now an accepted pillar of the scholarly communication movement. However, the greatest traction for open access publishing thus far has been in the sciences. Penetration of open access publishing ...
Talking to our faculty about open access and authors' rights
(East Carolina University, 2008-10-23)