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Using Google Glass to Teach Privacy (and sharing)
Google Glass is Google’s latest consumer technology and is a wearable, head mounted computer that acts like a voice-activated, hands free smartphone. Hailed by some and reviled by others, Glass provides a peek into the ...
With the Help of Students and Donors
This poster featured reflections on the first eighteen months of a long-term student-powered project to digitize a large and still-growing cultural heritage collection. Included were strategies developed for anticipating ...
This Could Take a While
Reflections after the first year of a student-aided digitization project. The Bowden Postcard Collection contains a staggering 480,000 postcards, spanning the entire 20th century and the entire globe. The project already ...
Evangelists and Pragmatists Finding Common Ground: ISSSS members’ views on open access publishing
The issues surrounding open access (OA) publishing in academia are complex, sometimes misunderstood, and frequently debated among faculty and other stakeholders. In this study we explored the opinions of members of the ...
Teaching Communities of Faculty About Scholarly Communication
This article by Jennifer Bazeley and Jen Waller originally appeared on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog as “Faculty Learning Communities are a positive way for libraries to engage academic staff in scholarly ...
Faculty Learning Communities are a Positive Way for Libraries to Engage Academic Staff in Scholarly Communication
The stakes and politics of research and scholarship are different depending on discipline, department, and institution, and as such, increasing awareness of scholarly communication is fraught with difficulty. Librarians ...
User Studies with Camtasia
A presentation on using the Camtasia tutorial creation software to collect and document user studies.
Talent Within: Building Library Leaders Through Staff Development
Staff development is the cornerstone of a vibrant and responsive library system that meets the needs of today’s students. In lean times, spending effort on staff development can often be overlooked beyond the initial ...