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Creating and Supporting a Borrowable Collection of Portable Digital Technology
(HighEdWeb Conference, 2012-10-08)
One University offers a collection of digital equipment, including iPads, laptops, digital cameras, digital audio recorders, microphones, networking cables, projectors and financial/graphing calculators. These items were ...
Contradictions and Consensus: Clusters of Opinions on E-books
Q methodology was used to determine attitudes and opinions about e-books among a group of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates at Miami University of Ohio. Oral interviews formed the basis for a collection of ...
Technical skills for new digital librarians
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the current technical skills being sought for digital librarian positions, as well as provide a basic exploration of the list of technical courses offered by major library school ...
The Library and the Campus Visit: Communicating Value to Prospective Students and Parents
Successful undergraduate admission and recruitment efforts are vital to every university. A strong student body improves the quality of academic programs and the prestige of the institution. Since most colleges depend ...
Skate to Where the Puck is Going to Be: Aligning Library Services to Faculty Teaching, Research, and Scholarship
Overview of a new library service established in response to changing dynamics in academic libraries and faculty need in the digital age.
Book Lovers, Technophiles, Printers and Pragmatists: The Social and Demographic Structure of User Attitudes toward e-Books
Q-methodology was used to identify clusters of opinions about e-books at Miami University. The research identified four distinct opinion types among those investigated: Book Lovers, Technophiles, Pragmatists, and ...