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ERIC Number: ED526899
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Nov-4
Pages: 173
Abstractor: As Provided
Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium (11th, Maryville, Missouri, November 4, 2011)
Baudino, Frank, Ed.
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Twenty-three scholarly papers and twelve abstracts comprise the content of the eleventh annual Brick and Click Libraries Symposium, held at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The peer-reviewed proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the symposium, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. The 2011 paper and abstract titles include: (1) Redefining Relevancy in the Electronic Age: The Library as a Real Place (Alberta Davis Comer); (2) E-science and Libraries (for Non Science Librarians) (Eric Snajdr); (3) The Ins and Outs of a Multicultural Library Orientation Session (Tony Garrett); (4) Student Assistants 2.0: Utilizing Your Student Assistant's Capabilities (Carla M. Gruen and Anne M. Wooden); (5) Bridging the Gaps: Teaching Transliteracy (Lane Wilkinson); (6) Proactive Approach to Embedded Services (Charissa Loftis and Valerie Knight); (7) Weed the Stack, Feed the Collection and Harvest the Space (Deborah Provenzano); (8) Making an Impact: The Who, What, Where, Why, and How of Creating a Genre Based Popular Collection in an Academic Library (Kathy Hart, Sara Duff, Lisa Jennings, and Neil Robinson); (9) Info on the Go: Using QR Codes to Enhance the Research Experience (Melissa Mallon); (10) Tweet-a-Librarian: How to Use Twitter for Free Text Messaging Reference (Sonnet Ireland and Faith Simmons); (11) Use It or Lose It: Are One-Time Purchases of Electronic Resources an Effective Use of Limited Funds? (Lea Currie and Kathy Graves); (12) "Full Exposure" of Hidden Collections: Drake University First-Year Students Create a Living Archive (Claudia Thornton Frazer and Susan Breakenridge Fink); (13) From Static HTML to Interactive Drupal: Redesigning a Library Intranet that Enables Collaboration and Social Interaction (Elaine Chen); (14) Demographic Trends of College Students Today and Tomorrow: How Do We Entice Them to Use the Academic Library? (Marie Bloechle and Sian Brannon); (15) A Winning Strategy: University Library and Athletic Department Partnership (Rosalind Alexander); (16) Multilingual Zotero: Its Promises and Limits (Fu Zhuo); (17) A Fine Balance: Tangible or Electronic? (Gretchen Gould); (18) The Advantages of Importing Usage Statistics to Millennium ERM with SUSHI (Li Ma); (19) A Look from Both Sides Now (Melissa Muth); (20) Campus Copyright Support from a University Library (Chris LeBeau and Cindy Thompson); (21) Jack be Nimble...Quick', and Communicative: Flexible Staffing Positions for Changing Technical Services Workflows (Angela Rathmel); (22) Putting the Customer First: Developing and Implementing a Customer Service Plan (Kathy Howell and Lori Mardis); (23) Catch the "Campus Express!" (Brad Reel); (24) Wiki-fy Your Student Worker Program (David Kupas); (25) Smartphone Trends on the UCM Campus: Is it just the Net Generation? (Alice Ruleman); (26) Social Media Wrangling: A Comparison of Feed Tools (Kristen Mastel); (27) Putting QR Codes to the Test (Jason Coleman and Leo Lo); (28) Speaking to the Masses: The Evolution of Library Instruction for SPCM 101, Fundamentals of Speech (Elizabeth Fox and Nancy Marshall); (29) Don't Panic!: Revising Your Collection Development Policy and Putting it into Action (Abbey Rimel, and Andy Small; (30) 2 for the Price of 1: Combining Access Services and Reference Desks (Diane Hunter and Mary E. Anderson); (31) Do I Have the Best Library Website on the Planet or What? (Rene Erlandson and Rachel Erb); (32) Implementing LibAnswers at Multiple Service Points (Elizabeth A. Stephan, Gabe Gossett, and Rebecca Marrall); (33) College Readiness Dialogs: Librarian Collaborations from High School to College (Laurie Hathman, Ken Stewart, Jill Becker, and Danielle Theiss); (34) Fu Can Cook: Using Chinese Cooking Techniques to Teach Library Instruction (Fu Zhuo); and (35) Is There Really an App for That? (Robert Hallis). (Individual papers contain references.) [Abstract modified to meet ERIC guidelines. For the 2010 proceedings, see ED513812.]
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northwest Missouri State University
Identifiers - Location: Missouri
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A