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Taking the Guess Work out of Collection Development: Using Syllabi for a User-Centered Collection Development Method
Over the course of a year, 98 syllabi were collected from history, English, philosophy, religion and foreign literatures and languages departments at a large university in the Southeast. The syllabi were analyzed for ...
Lucy Cherry Crisp: 20th Century Art Practice
Modern art has a tendency to confuse viewers, appearing significant only to those privy to its ethereal meaning. For as long as the general public has felt oppressed by its abstractions, there have been professionals ...
Teach, Assess, and Redesign: Creating a Framework of Universal Design for Students with Learning Disabilties
At the main library of a public, four year university, we are collaborating with an innovative campus program to improve our information literacy services for students with multiple learning disabilities. The poster session ...
The Structure of Scholarly Communications within Academic Libraries
Academic libraries often define their administrative structure according to services they offer, including research services, acquisitions, cataloging and metadata, and so on. Scholarly Communications is something of a ...
Making beautiful music: The state of the art in mobile technology and how we can make the most of it in libraries
Mobile technology is in a great state of flux and competition and the bar keeps getting set higher. What models of service are leading the pack? Should libraries be providing mobile devices or rather, should libraries ...
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 ...
Green Chemistry Web Resources
This article reviews a variety of authoritative Green Chemistry web resources.
Creating a Shared Neuroscience Collection Development Policy
At East Carolina University (ECU), Joyner Academic and Laupus Health Sciences Libraries collaborated on a shared Neuroscience collection development policy, primarily as a reaction to state-level budget cuts. The policy ...
Library Management Tips that Work (Review)
Book review of Carol Smallwood's Library Management Tips that Work (ALA, 2011).