ERIC Number: ED493910
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2006-Nov-3
Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium (6th, Maryville, Missouri, November 3, 2006)
Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Ury, Connie Jo, Ed.; Park, Sarah G., Ed.
Online Submission, Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium (6th, Maryville, MO, Nov 3, 2006)
These proceedings document the sixth year of the "Brick and Click Libraries Symposium," held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri, on November 3, 2006. Thirty-four peer-reviewed papers and abstracts, written by academic librarians, and presented at the symposium are included in this volume. Many of the entries have references and charts. Several of the papers describe research projects. Topics covered include reference, instruction, collection development, cataloging, government documents, and circulation services as follows: (1) Introduction: IMPACT (Connie Ury and Frank Baudino); (2) Kinetic Instruction: Mobility and Flexibility with Tablet PCs (Todd Quinn); (3) To Boldly Go: Implementing a Copyright Policy for Electronic Reserves (Susan Clayton); (4) Implementing a MARC Record Service: The Practical Challenges and Theoretical Implications (Patrick L. Carr); (5) Issues and Trends in Collection Development: Where Do We Go from Here? (Vicki Wainscott and Carolyn Johnson) [abstract only]; (6) Big Wings, No Bull: Do-It-Yourself Podcasts for the Distributed Course (Sean Cordes); (7) Piloting the ILT: Lessons Learned and Future Turns (Connie Ury, Sarah G. Park, Frank Baudino, and Gary Ury); (8) Putting It All Together: Designing a Library Website Using Project Management Techniques (Katherine E. Pitcher) [abstract only]; (9) How to Be a Depository Library without Being a Depository Library: Adding Records for Electronic Government Documents to the Library Catalog (James T. Shaw); (10) Fast, Cheap and Out of (Our) Control: IM Service in the Library (Scott Collard and Kara Whatley); (11) Administrative Metadata for Electronic Resources Management (Dalene Hawthorne) [abstract only]; (12) Electronic Serials and Options for Access at Two Universities (Sally Gibson and Felicity Dykas) [abstract only]; (13) Government Information as a Knowledge Management Resource for Library Instruction to the Millennial Generation (Barbara Miller and Helen Peeler Clements); (14) The Times They Are a'Changing: Advancing the Academic Library through Collaborative Initiatives (Daryl Youngman) [abstract only]; (15) Beyond Scanning: Collaborating to Create Community Resources from Digital Collections (Bart Schmidt and Claudia Frazer) [abstract only]; (16) Enhancing Service Desk Management with ScheduleSource (Tim Zou); (17) Jupiter: A Tool for Cataloging Web Resources (Judith Emde, Jill Glaser, and Holly Mercer); (18) Take the Library with You on the Web: A Mozilla Firefox Toolbar (Scott Rice); (19) Saddling the Whirlwind: Exploring the Organizational Culture of a Hybrid Library (Susan Matveyeva and Nancy Deyoe); (20) Research from Afar: The Library Usage Patterns of Distance Students (Lea Briggs) [abstract only]; (21) Using a Personal Response System to Enhance Interaction and Assessment in Library Instruction (Richard Eissinger) [abstract only]; (22) Promotion for Pennies: Marketing and Promoting Your Academic Library on a Shoestring (Jennifer A. G. Jenness) [abstract only]; (23) Leave No Stone Unturned: Bring Your Holdings to Light with WorldCat Collection Analysis (Deb Ehrstein) [abstract only]; (24) May We Organize You? Document Management for the Idealistic Technical Services Librarian (Beatrice L. Caraway and Jane Costanza) [abstract only]; (25) Search Engine Toolbox: Rethinking and Improving Your Web Search Strategies (William H. Weare, Jr.) [abstract only]; (26) Establishing Virtual Reference through Partnership: The GWLA Model (Phillip J. Jones and Kristine K. Stacy-Bates); (27) Making Instruction Audience-Appropriate: Information Literacy for Non-Traditional Students (Kara Whatley); (28) From Far and Near: Analysis of On-Campus and Distance Learning Students' Responses to a Library Assessment (J. Ann Jerabek, Lynn M. McMain, Joseph Hardenbrook, and S. Thomas Kordinak); (29) Training Made Fun! Enhancing Student Training through Online Tutorials and Interactive Games (Stephanie S. Atkins); (30) Virtually Yours--How to Construct an Electronic Resource Room for an HLC Visit (Candice Baldwin and Connie Migliazzo) [abstract only]; (31) Library Instruction Evaluation: Measuring Success in an Increasingly Complex Electronic Environment (Curt G. Friehs, III and Cindy Craig); (32) Cancelled Requests: A Study of Interlibrary Loan Requests at the University of Arkansas (Tess Gibson) [abstract only]; (33) Interactive Citation Style Instruction Using the WRrite-Cite[TM] Tutorial (Carol Leibiger and Alan Aldrich) [abstract only]; and (34) Proxies, URL Redirectors, and VPNs--Oh My! (Nancy B. Thomas) [abstract only]. An author/title index is also included. [Abstract modified to meet ERIC guidelines. Individual papers contain references. For the 2005 proceedings, see ED490060.]
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northwest Missouri State Univ., Maryville.
Identifiers - Location: Missouri
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