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Faculty Can't Spare The Class Time?
Ever heard the lament from faculty “We would love our students to do better research but we can’t spare the class time?” The objective of this poster session is to share the analysis of the challenges, successes and lessons ...
Stop Saying No, Start Empowering Copyright Role Models
Shed the librarian stereotype of copyright whistleblower! Turn fearful faculty members into empowered copyright role models. When a copyright policy or department does not exist, apply our three step process for shifting ...
Assessment from a distance: A case study implementing focus groups at an online library
(College & Undergraduate Libraries, 2013)
Assessing library resources and services at a distance holds unique challenges in gathering data needed to make informed decisions. This article describes the complete process of piloting virtual focus groups—from planning ...
The Hidden Renaissance Planning Meeting: Summary Notes and Transcript
In August 2014, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University a $39,000 Planning Grant to explore the creation of a pilot digital humanities project dealing with heavily annotated ...
Who is the authority? Authority Control in the Linked Data environment
This presentation discusses the challenges of managing institutional scholarship information and opportunities for metadata specialist based on the experience of VIVO implementation at Johns Hopkins University. The ...
Welcome to the Virtual Machine
Slides from "Welcome to the Virtual Machine, " a presentation given by Mark Cyzyk at the joint Maryland Library Association/Delaware Library Association Conference in Ocean City, Maryland, May 6, 2011
(Information Technology and Libraries, 2012-06)
(Information Technology and Libraries, 2014)