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    • Assessment with an iPad: Access Services and creative technology 

      Little, Micquel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11)
      This presentation will share how St. John Fisher’s Access Services department is actively supporting the strategic goals set by the library and aligned with the college through creative use of technology. With the use of ...
    • Captivate your audience through multimedia 

      Magolis, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      This workshop will introduce participants to the latest technology in multimedia creation by Macromedia- Captivate. This software enables the designer to produce authoritative demonstrations, simulations, and presentations ...
    • Closing the digital knowledge gap in Access Services Staff 

      Handfield, Amy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11)
      With the changing climate of libraries and the growing use of technology and digital information, the skill sets required of access services staff is evolving. At present, many library circulation departments are staffed ...
    • Data Wrangling and Visualization in Access Services 

      Kohler, Ellie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-11-17)
      From circulation and course reserves to interlibrary loan requests, service statistics, and gate counts, Access Services collects data from several different points, using various methods. But what do we do with all that ...
    • Delivering E-Resources with LibX 

      Bailey, Annette (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      LibX ( is a Firefox extension that supports direct access to electronic and print library resources, including access to the OPAC, OpenURL resolver, off-campus proxy and databases. LibX is a ‘swiss-army-knife’ ...
    • Developing Web Database Applications 

      Dunlap, Isaac Hunter (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      Focusing on real-world library applications, this session will demonstrate how Open Source software (i.e. MySQL/PHP) can be used to efficiently and cost-effectively develop innovative content management systems, URL ...
    • EBSCOhost Visual Search: Usability Test Results 

      Fagan, Jody Condit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      This presentation features the results from eight formal usability tests of EBSCO’s new "visual search" and "traditional search" interfaces. Audio, video, and screen capture software, and pre- and post-test surveys were ...
    • Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference program: February 21-24, 2007 

      Unknown author (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    • Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference program: March 23-25, 2006 

      Unknown author (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-23)
    • Google Print in Academic Libraries: Readiness to Adopt and Potential Impact on Operations and Services 

      Hollingsworth, Jaena (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      This presentation will discuss Google’s Library Print Project, an effort to digitize the collections of five major libraries. Information will be provided on the basics of Google Print, along with some potential strengths ...
    • 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. ...
    • 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 ...
    • Stacks on the Tracks: using Ruby On Rails to build more efficient, maintainable webbased library applications 

      Stearns, Chris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      Ruby on Rails, is an open source web application framework written in Ruby that follows a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture. It strives for simplicity and allowing real-world applications to be developed in less ...
    • We Are Doing What?' The Changing Roles of Access Services in the 21st Century Library 

      Auger, Jose; Hampton, Denita (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-17)
      We were called “Circulation” in the 80s; “Access Services” in the 90s; and now we are called User Services & Technology Support. Supporting the library’s vision to provide new and emerging technologies to support faculty ...