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ERIC Number: ED489937
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Oct-22
Pages: 154
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium (Maryville, Missouri, October 22, 2004)
Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Mardis, Lori, Ed.; Park, Sarah G., Ed.; Ury, Connie J., Ed.
Online Submission, Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium (Maryville, MO, Oct 22, 2004)
The Brick & Click Libraries Symposium is a one-day conference that focuses on providing library resources and services for students who are either on-campus learners or off-campus learners. It is sponsored by Northwest Missouri State University in order to offer academic librarians a forum for sharing practical information. The subjects and speakers are: (1) Introduction: Our Changing Profession (Robert W. Frizzell); (2) Managing and Maximizing Use of Your E-Journal Collection (Matt Hall and Buddy Pennington); (3) Real-Life FAQs on Copyright and Intellectual Property for Web-Based Education (Suzanne Araas Vesely); (4) Using Dynamic Web Pages to Decentralize Content Responsibilities on the Library Website: An Introduction and Some Examples Using Cold Fusion (John Eye); (5) Library Instruction Assessment Practices in the Age of Accountability (Connie Ury and Frank Baudino); (6) There's No Sin in Synergy: A Success Story about Managing Access to E-Journals at Indiana University (Jo McClamroch); (7) An Unsuitable Job for a Librarian? Pleasure Reading in Academic Libraries (Anne M. Kulig); (8) Majority Rules: Creating a Federated Search for Remote Library Patrons (Donna Ekart); (9) Federated Searching--The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Mary Beth Minick and Kathleen Hanna); (10) Roadblocks and Hazard Signals for Preventing Copy-Paste Plagiarism (Connie Ury, Lori Mardis, and Vicki Wainscott); (11) Augmenting Patron Access to Information through Free Databases (David Darryl Bibb); (12) Growing with the Flow: Responding to High Volume Instruction Growth (Susanne Clement, Tami Albin, and Nikhat Ghouse); (13) Making It Stick: Building Sustainable Collaboration using the "Power of Peer" (Lea Currie, Michele Eodice, and Kathy Graves); (14) In Search of the Intelligent Web: A New Look at the Organization of Academic Websites (Felicity Dykas and Chris Le Beau); (15) The Drake University Digital Repository Initiative: A Case Study of the Library as a Campus-Wide Enterprise (Rod Henshaw and Claudia Frazer); (16) SiteLand, The User-Friendly Home Page Redesign Game (Tim Bryant); (17) A Road Map to the OPAC: Visualization Technology for Subject Searching (Mark McCallon and David Bavousett); (18) Calibrating the Compass: Library Orientation (Patricia Wyatt and Connie Ury); (19) Basic "Brick" Tours that Click with Students (Sherry Backhus); (20) Jumping on the Blogwagon for Libraries (Catherine Lavallee-Welch); (21) Incorporating Information Fluency into the Standards for a Major (Rebecca Miller); (22) Building Teams: Making It Work! (Kara Whatley); (23) Assessing Information Literacy Skills in the Real World: The Good, The Bad and the Literate (Ada Emmett and Judith Emde); (24) E-books: Essential or Widely Ignored (Ellen Safley and Carolyn Henebry); (25) Adding Another Layer to Information Literacy: Using Blackboard to Enhance a One-Credit Library Class (Helen Peeler Clements); (26) Interlibrary Loan for Access: Focus on Audiovisual Materials and Special Collections (Amy Fry); (27) A Two-Way learning Experience: An Analysis of Chat Reference Transcripts at the James C. Kirkpatrick Library (Fu Zhuo, Mark Love, Scott Norwood, and Karla Ashley); (28) Browse Topics: Government Information Webliographies (Tanya Finchum); (29) Tablet PCs in an Academic Environment (Robert Hallis); (30) Budget Cuts without Hours and Service Cuts? How Access Services Has Coped (Rebecca Martin); (31) E-Books and Academic and Public Libraries (Laurence S. Seidenberg); and (32) I-Cite: Presenting an Interactive Bibliographic Learning Application (Sarah G. Park). (Individual papers contain references. For the 2005 proceedings, see ED490060.)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northwest Missouri State Univ., Maryville.
Identifiers: Missouri