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The Johns Hopkins Libraries open access promotion fund: An open and shut case study
(College & Research Libraries News, 2017-01-01)
CAPM User Benefits Study
Tales from the Trenches: Social Media Use at the Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University
Is your institution using social media? Are you concerned about its value, utility, and time commitment? This session will share best practices for purposefully using social media, how to measure its impact, and lessons ...
Making the Connection: Conducting Virtual Focus Groups with Distance Adult Learners
How do you reach an online population to get insight when you don’t have opportunities to communicate with your users in person? Assessing library services at a distance holds unique challenges in gathering data needed ...
Book Review: Bill Cope, et. al. Towards a Semantic Web: Connecting knowledge in academic research.
(College & Research Libraries, 2011-09-01)
Book Review: Edward Craig, editor. The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
(Philosophy Now, 2011-05)
Collaboration leads to integration: A model for embedding library resources into online learning
We developed a model for systematic library integration into our online courses. By collaborating with the academic units, program directors, course developers, instructional designers, and the assessment unit, we have ...
Book Review: Jeanette Woodward, The Transformed Library: E-books, Expertise, and Evolution
(College & Research Libraries, 2013-11)
Book Review: Matt Garrish and Markus Gylling, EPUB 3: Best Practices
(Information Technology and Libraries, 2014)
Information Technology and Libraries: Anxiety and Exhilaration
(Information Technology and Libraries, 2015)