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A Living, Breathing Revolution: How Libraries Can Use “Living Archives” to Support, Engage, and Document Social Movements
Where does and should the future of libraries lie? What were once concrete, brick, and glass structures have since become a third place where community, art, and culture reside. What is next? The #searchunderoccupy ...
Collaborating to Analyze E-Journal Use Data: A Discussion of Cross-Institutional Cost-Per-Use Analysis Projects within the UNC System
This presentation discusses two projects within the University of North Carolina (UNC) system in which the system libraries collaborated to shared data to make cross-institutional analyses of expenditures, use, and ...
Forcing the Moment to Its Crisis: Thoughts on Pay-Per-View and the Perpetual Access Ideal
(East Carolina University, 2010-01)
A Place in the Sun: Cleaning up Online Content with the LibGuides Summer Project
ECU Libraries have attempted to address issues with out-of-date content in LibGuides by conducting an annual group cleanup project during the lull over the summer. Librarians are provided with a brief weekly instruction ...
Patron preference for receipt
During spring 2018 the Circulation & Interlibrary Loan Department had internal conversations about the desirability of continuing to print and give receipts for circulation transactions. Since various staff had differing ...
Making a List and Checking it Twice: Creating a Sustainable Future in User Experience
A ten-person task force assessed staffing responsibilities, guidelines, processes, and data gathering procedures for user experience (UX) for a library system. Multiple models for carrying out UX in a library were tested ...
The Future of Reading: The Importance of Preserving Hybrid Collections in the Digital Age
As e-books continue to grow in popularity and usage, it appears quite possible that they will one day not just supplement but outright replace print books. A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that reading off a ...