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    • Patron Driven Access Services 

      Griffes, Steve (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      We've all heard of Patron Driven Acquisitions, but what about Patron Driven Access Services in an academic library? Attendees will learn easy techniques that Access Services staff can use to collaborate with student groups ...
    • Patron-to-Patron Lending 

      van Dyk, Gerrit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-12)
      When a user can't find an item in our catalog they go to ILL. ILL then contacts various libraries to see if they would lend the item in question. What if ILL was able to also contact local users who have volunteered their ...
    • Paving the ERM Highway: the Expanding Role of ERM Systems and the Drive to Streamline their Data Population 

      Feick, Tina; England, Deberah (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-23)
      Electronic Resource Management (ERM) systems are becoming comprehensive data repositories for eResource information, yet populating these systems with information is often labor intensive and time consuming. Our library ...
    • Permanent Objects, Disposable Systems 

      Abrams, Stephen; Cruse, Patricia; Kunze, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      The California Digital Library (CDL) preservation program is re-envisioning its curation infrastructure as a set of loosely-coupled, distributed micro-services. There are many monolithic systems that support a range of ...
    • Perspectives on Supporting and Administering Maker Culture and Programs in Libraries 

      Askey, Dale; Griffey, Jason; Holt, Michael; Radniecki, Tara (2014-10-29)
      Makerspaces are popping up all over, and it seems that the maker movement, as some call it, is still early in its growth phase. Many libraries—public and academic—dabble in this area; while some makerspaces are modest ...
    • Persuasive Proposals for Increasing Your Electronic Resources and Services 

      Cairns, Virginia; Lewis, Jan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-23)
      In these days of scarce funding and increased pressure for cutting edge services, librarians must learn which strategies work to "sell" their requests for additional funding, new services and electronic resources. Come ...
    • PhotoCat: Implementing a Cataloging Tool for a Live Fedora Repository 

      Ozakca, Muzaffer; Dunn, Jon (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      In this presentation, we will discuss the development process of a metadata cataloging application called PhotoCat (short for Photo Cataloging Application) created by the Indiana University Digital Library Program to allow ...
    • Placing the IR Within the User's Workflow: Connecting Hydra-based Repositories with Zotero 

      Cahoy, Ellysa; Childress, Dawn; Hswe, Patricia (2014-10-29)
      How can we bring the institutional repository (IR) into the online workflow of faculty users? This session explores a (2014-16) Mellon-funded research project partnership between Zotero and the Penn State University ...
    • Playing well with others: collaboration and the University of GA electronic resources workflow 

      Thornton, Beth; Dong, Sophie; Walker, Dana (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-23)
      Three librarians from the University of Georgia present their workflow for the acquisition and cataloging of electronic journals.
    • Policy-Based Distributed Data Management Systems 

      Moore, Reagan W.; Rajasekar, Arcot; Schroeder, Wayne; Wan, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      Digital repositories can be defined by their policies and procedures. The integrated Rule Oriented Data System explicitly characterizes policies as computer actionable rules and procedures as computer executable micro-services. ...
    • Preaching to the Choir?: How Academic Librarians Really Feel About Open Access 

      Palmer, Kristi; Dill, Emily (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-23)
      Academic libraries are becoming increasingly involved in the distribution of scholarly communication via institutional repositories and other open access models. The enthusiasm of academic librarian professional associations ...
    • Preparing for an Electronic Resources Management System, Part I: Conquering Entropy 

      Hogarth, Margaret (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      Preparing for an ERMS requires extensive planning and coordination of departments, workflow, resources, information, record-keeping systems, and relationships. Clean data, process analysis, and frank evaluation help the ...
    • Preparing to Implement a Electronic Resources Management System, or Getting Your Ducks in a Row Before You Dive In 

      Davis, Susan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      Planning strategies for implementing an Electronic Resource Management System (ERM), including record structure, licensing, staffing levels, training and workflow based on the work done at the University at Buffalo with ...
    • The Preservation of a Campus: a Cooperative Grant Project with a Digital Product 

      Ludwig, Deborah; Schulte, Becky; University of Kansas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-24)
      In the summer of 2006, the University of Kansas was awarded a $130,000 grant from the Getty Foundation. The grant is part of the Foundation's campus heritage initiative to help colleges and universities plan for the ...
    • Privacy and Confidentiality: using scenarios to teach your staff about patrons rights 

      Snowman, Ann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-11)
      Patron privacy is governed by administrative policy, federal and state laws, and professional ethics whose application can be nuanced and complex. Using real world scenarios to help staff understand is an approach that ...
    • Progress in the Redevelopment of the RoMEO Service 

      Hubbard, Bill; Smith, Jane H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      This poster will focus on recent and ongoing developments to the RoMEO service since Open Repositories 2008. RoMEO provides a searchable database of publishers' copyright transfer agreements as they relate to OA archiving ...
    • Project Hydra: Designing & Building a Reusable Framework for Multipurpose, Multifunction, Multi-institutional Repository-Powered Solutions 

      Awre, Chris; Cramer, Tom; Green, Richard; McRae, Lynn; Sadler, Bess; Sigmon, Tim; Staples, Thornton; Wayland, Ross (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      There is a clear business need in higher education for a flexible, reusable application framework that can support the rapid development of multiple systems tailored to distinct needs, but powered by a common underlying ...
    • Promoting and Marketing E-Resources 

      Alford, Emily (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-21)
      This paper will focus on how academic libraries can promote and market their eResources. What works? What doesn’t? How do we educate our users about changes, updates, and information about our eResources.
    • Promoting Your Research with Citeline - An Advanced Bibliographic Citation Publishing Service 

      Thomas, Sean (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      Faculty, their collaborators and affiliated research groups, and associated support staff are often burdened with exposing and promoting their research contributions across multiple departmental, center, laboratory, and ...
    • Providing Access to Electronic Journals in Academic Libraries 

      O’Hara, Lisa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      Practices and procedures for providing access to electronic journals have changed in the relatively short time that they have been handled in libraries. This presentation will discuss some of those changes, examine how ...