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    • Language Box - Some Cool Stuff To Do With EPrints 

      McSweeney, Patrick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      Language Box is a teaching and learning repository for language teachers to store and manage their teaching materials.
    • A Large, Multi-campus, Academic Library With a Floating Collection 

      Coopey, Barbara (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      This session will describe a floating collection operating across 19 campus libraries of a large, multi-campus, academic library. A floating collection is a group of items that are housed at whichever library most recently ...
    • Layer-By-Layer: Building a 3D Printing Service from the Ground Up 

      Calderwood, Jessica; Teetor, Travis S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      Low-cost consumer 3D printing has strong potential to advance academic research and improve education across all disciplines. Libraries, particularly staff in access services, are uniquely positioned to provide this service. ...
    • LazySusan: A Flexible, Scalable Digital Repository Ingest System 

      Pande, Alpana (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      We present LazySusan, an architecture for a digital repository ingest system designed for flexibility and performance. The elements of LazySusan are: 1) A distributed processing model - digital objects are processed and ...
    • Leading with Care 

      Wilberton, Ann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-11)
      Learn how emotional intelligence impacts your ability to lead and manage.  Participants will learn techniques that address specific areas of emotional intelligence such as self-awareness, managing your emotions, motivation, ...
    • Let's Get Ready! Leading an Effective Access Services Team Through a Time of Transformation 

      Batchelor, Michelle; Johnson, Arlene (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-11)
      It’s easy to get spooked by the projections we hear about future trends in libraries. Instead, let’s get ready! This session will provide a conceptual and practical framework of support for future-ready staff development ...
    • Let’s Start From the Very Beginning: How to Market a New Library Service 

      Thompson, Hilary H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      Using the 2014 launch of UBorrow at the UMD Libraries as an example, this presentation will cover how to plan, execute, and evaluate a marketing campaign for a new library service. Discover the benefits of planning ahead, ...
    • Libraries, Librarians, and the Future of the Web [Closing Keynote] 

      Tijerina, Bonnie (2014-10-29)
      Bonnie shares her experience and knowledge as a Data & Society fellow, as well as what she's seen and experienced over the past couple of years of meeting with, interviewing, and connecting with the world outside of ...
    • Library and Information Science Open Access: A Review of the Last Six Years in an International Multilingual Environment 

      Subirats, Imma; De Robbio, Antonella; Tajoli, Zeno (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      E-LIS (http://eprints.rclis.org) is an international Open Archive for Library and Information Science (LIS) established in 2003. Over 9,000 papers have been archived to date. E-LIS has grown to include a team of volunteer ...
    • Library Collections 2.0: Managing Multimedia Technologies in Academic Libraries 

      Bodnar, Erica; Fones, Joey (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-13)
      To support the learning and research needs of faculty and students, academic libraries are finding it increasingly important to incorporate the use of digital learning objects as educational tools in their collections. ...
    • A Library Storage Facility's Story of Success: Through Connections and Integration 

      Dermody, Melinda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      This presentation discusses the success of Syracuse University Libraries Facility, a high density storage facility. In addition to its innovative construction model, the Facility has a service model that is deeply integrated ...
    • License management through the ERMS application and critical importance of public display of terms and conditions at your e-journal portal : a practical approach 

      Bhatt, Anjana H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
      Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 1998 (DMCA), despite recognizing the needs of the libraries, actually protects the copyright holder. Most of the educational institutions, especially university libraries, route online ...
    • License to ILL: Interlibrary Loan and Course Reserve Services Support the University Mission to Reduce Costs for Students 

      Riha, Emily; Stegeman, Danika (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      Each semester students inundate academic interlibrary loan (ILL) units with requests to borrow required course materials. Historically these were cancelled by ILL borrowing offices due to high demand, short loan periods ...
    • The Life & Times of an Embedded Librarian 

      Chilton, Galadriel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-21)
      In Fall 2007, Galadriel became the embedded librarian for four sections of a Communications Studies class, and in Spring 2008 she is the embedded librarian for 3 sections of the same course. This presentation reviews what ...
    • Linking Arms Around Students in Crisis: Connecting with Campus Safety Units 

      Aagard, Mary C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      Public services staff encounter students in different ways than their professors. It is a unique position to offer assistance to students exhibiting crisis related symptoms in the library. We have all witnessed our fair ...
    • Linnean Online and SNEEP 

      Davis, Richard Miles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      I will outline ongoing work by the University of London Computer Centre and the Linnean Society of London to provide online access to a large quantity of digitised material from the archives of the 18th Century scientist ...
    • Linnean Online and SNEEP Poster 

      Davis, Richard Miles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      This is a proposal for a Poster for Open Repositories 2009 describing ongoing work by the University of London Computer Centre and the Linnean Society of London to provide online access, using EPrints, to a large quantity ...
    • Looking through the Keyhole: How Users Think About and Use Library Space 

      Baldwin, Dave; Lee, Norice; Pierard, Cindy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-12)
      Physical space still matters—even in the highly digital 21st century. How can libraries best assess and improve user space, even if they don't have the ability to undertake a major renovation? This session offers effective, ...
    • LORE: A Compound Object Authoring and Publishing Tool for Literary Scholars based on the FRBR 

      Gerber, Anna; Hunter, Jane (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      This paper presents LORE (Literature Object Re-use and Exchange), a light-weight tool designed to enable scholars and teachers of literature to author, edit and publish OAI-ORE-compliant compound information objects that ...
    • Making DSpace 1.5 Your Own: Customization tips & tricks 

      Donohue, Tim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      DSpace 1.5 represents a big step towards the future of DSpace software. Are you still trying to wrap your mind around 1.5 or wanting to ready yourself for an upgrade? Get a better understanding of the new DSpace 1.5 ...