The Georgia Tech Library is a creative partner and essential force in the learning community and in the Institute's instructional, learning and research programs. The Library plans, develops, and implements programs to provide expert staff, information, learning resources and information competencies to students, faculty, and staff and selected services to off campus clients. Using appropriate technology, the Library delivers resources to satisfy information needs, promote lifelong learning, and create productive connections for the scholarly community.

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  • Retractions 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-07-23)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 495. Features interview with Ivan Oransky, co-founder of Retraction Watch, the website and database that tracks retractions in the peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
  • A Cure for the Summertime Blues 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-07-16)
    Discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 494. Features the panel discussing what is bringing them joy after a chaotic year and a half of a pandemic environment.
  • Statistics and Metrics for Social Media 

    Reynolds, Alison (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-11-11)
    Social media is an excellent tool for telling stories and engaging users with archival collections across different platforms. However, social media changes rapidly and discovering the best ways to interact with users can ...
  • Technology, Tools, and Time: Implementing the SAA/ACRL-RBMS Standardized Measures and Metrics for Public Services in Archival Repositories and Special Collections Libraries at Georgia Tech 

    Reynolds, Alison (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-06-29)
    The Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections started implementing the SAA/ACRL-RBMS Standardized Measures and Metrics for Public Services in Archival Repositories and Special Collections Libraries in 2019. Implementation ...
  • Teaching with Textile Collections 

    Reynolds, Alison (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-06-09)
    This presentation speaks to the use of textiles and fabric samples in a classroom setting, and how these objects can stimulate discussions around audience, purpose, and socio-economic power structures. It discusses a ...
  • Telling the Technical Services Story 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee; Slutskaya, Sofia (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-07-02)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 493. Features interview with Kimberley Edwards and Tricia Mackenzie, co-editors the book, Telling the Technical Services Story: Communicating Value.
  • Ageless Talent: Enhancing the Performance and Well-Being of your Age-Diverse Workforce 

    Kanfer, Ruth; Bovian, Candice; Gardner, Ivy; Givens, Marlee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-06-07)
    A panel discussion with Ruth Kanfer (co-author of the book, Ageless Talent, and Georgia Tech HR personnel about workforce aging trends and managerial practices for maximizing satisfaction and performance among employees ...
  • That Really Sticks in My Craw 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee; Pellerin, Amanda (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-06-18)
    Discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 492. Features the show team elaborating on the things that currently bother them about libraries, librarianship, and higher education.
  • Atlanta Eats 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee; Pellerin, Amanda (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-06-04)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 491. Features interview with Amanda Plumb, author of the book "Unique Eats and Eateries of Atlanta."
  • After the Rain: Imagining Libraries Post Covid 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee; Pellerin, Amanda (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-05-28)
    Discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 490, where hosts speculate about what might change or what might be different when (if) libraries come back after being closed for the pandemic.
  • Atomic Tunes 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Givens, Marlee; Pellerin, Amanda (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2021-05-21)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 489. Features interview with Tim and Joanna Smolko of the University of Georgia, authors of the book, "Atomic Tunes: The Cold War in American and British Popular Music".
  • Creating Watchable Library Videos: Three Minutes to Glory 

    Givens, Marlee; Holdsworth, Liz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018)
    The Georgia Tech Library has launched a series of short video tutorials following a 3-step recipe: tackling user pain points, writing good scripts, and creating magic through editing. In this session, librarians will cook ...
  • Continuous Improvement: Using Collaboration Between Technical Services, IT, and Public Services to Make an Impact 

    Jeffcoat, Heather; Givens, Marlee; Slutskaya, Sofia; Viars, Karen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    This chapter describes how the Georgia Tech Library used portfolio management to collaboratively implement new services, including virtual browsing, enhancements to the discovery interface, and single sign-on for licensed content.
  • Module you glad we didn't say banana?: You, your learning management system, and your library 

    Givens, Marlee; Holdsworth, Liz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-05)
    This presentation describes the efforts of a team of library employees to create instructional content for the Canvas learning management system.
  • We need module rockin', not perfection: Creating library content for an LMS 

    Givens, Marlee; Holdsworth, Liz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04)
    This presentation describes the efforts a team of library employees as they create instructional content for the Canvas learning management system.
  • Scaling the instruction mountain: You, your LMS, and your library 

    Givens, Marlee; Holdsworth, Liz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-02)
    This presentation describes the efforts of a team of Library employees to create Canvas modules to support learning at Georgia Tech.
  • The Technical Services Learning Organization: Transformation Through Training and Development 

    Givens, Marlee; Slutskaya, Sofia (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-06-26)
    Technical services departments are increasingly expected to do more with less, whether because of shrinking budgets, staff turnover, a lack of visibility, or insufficient understanding of their work on the part of ...
  • Multimodal information literacy and technical skills for first-year students 

    Givens, Marlee; Holdsworth, Liz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-02)
    The poster describes different forms of literacy, such as data, visual, and audio literacy. It lists specific collaborations that engaged Georgia Tech Librarians, how they taught classes, and the outcomes of the project.
  • Book Talk: Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta with Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm 

    Köpnick, Gloria; Stamm, Rainer; Sharp, Leslie N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-25)
    The Georgia Tech Library welcomes Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm in conversation with Dean Leslie Sharp for a lively discussion of their 2020 book Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta.
  • Panel Discussion with Former Students of Hin Bredendieck 

    Fuller, Ken; Duggan, Ed; MacKown Gentile, Carolynrose; Kindley, James (Jim); Oliver, Jim; Sanders, Susan; Schuster, Irwin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-03)
    How did Hin Bredendieck’s teaching philosophy and experience at the Bauhaus impact designers who studied under him? Join the Georgia Tech Library for a live streamed panel discussion with the former students of Hin Bredendieck ...

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