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Sharing Knowledge: Using the Wiki Tool to Instruct and Inform
This presentation will discuss how wiki can be used as an interactive teaching tool and will also briefly highlight how the wiki page can be used as a dynamic staff training resource, allowing technical services staff to ...
Cataloging Remote Access Multimedia: An Open Access Virtual Guide
The following lightning talk session introduces a freely accessible, peer-reviewed guide that effectively explains how to catalog remote access multimedia, including podcasts, streaming video, streaming audio, e-books, and ...
OVGTSL 2011 Conference Program
Adding “Free E-Books”: Providing User Access to Public Domain Hathi Trust Resources in the KentLINK and OhioLINK Catalogs
At the request of the OhioLINK Database Management and Standards (DMS) committee, Kent State University Libraries began investigating the possibility and feasibility of loading bibliographic records for public domain digital ...
Incorporating Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Projects in Technical Services: an Examination of Possibilities and Potential Pitfalls
This presentation will showcase work being done at an academic library to encode a collection of manuscripts on Cleveland and the Western Reserve in XML format following TEI guidelines, and address the objectives of and ...
Automated Metadata Generation and the Critical Role of Catalogers and Indexers in Technical Services of the Future
Academic and research libraries have an important role in collecting, organizing, and facilitating access to the world’s scholarly information. Technical services librarians build the foundation upon which scholarly ...
Validating Online Serial Holdings with Help from a Worldcat API
Maintaining knowledgebase holdings for individual journal subscriptions can be difficult, especially when publishers do not appropriately present title relationships, but a script-assisted workflow can validate holdings ...
This Relationship Isn’t Working … But Hopefully We Can Still Be Friends: How to Choose and Move to a New Vendor
With all of our daily tasks and special projects, assessing a vendor’s performance is probably the last item on a library’s priority list. But with rapid technology growth and the budgetary difficulties that libraries have ...
OVGTSL 2011 Newsletter
DIY E-Resources: Break Out and Build Your Own
The options for libraries to create databases and access points far beyond the traditional ILS have expanded exponentially in the last few years. Library technical services departments can use their expertise to create ...