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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  • Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America 

    Newman, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-02-02)
    During their decade of emergence ‐‐ from 1972, when Pong was introduced, to the height of Pac‐Man Fever in 1982 ‐‐ the new medium of video games was understood in contradictory ways. Would video games embody middle‐class ...
  • When You’ve Got It, Flaunt It: Visualizing Resource Sharing Data 

    Keegan, Kerry Anne (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-18)
    This presentation will be separated into four segments and will reference an analysis of library resource sharing services. The procedures and takeaways will be useful and transferable for most assessment projects. It will ...
  • Document Delivery, Resource Sharing, A New Staff Hope: They Can Do It All 

    Yang, Zheng Ye (Lan) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-17)
    Texas A&M University Libraries’ Document Delivery Services is responsible for interlibrary loan and in-house document delivery services for our campus of 56,000 customers. A team of 10 FTE staff members, including the ...
  • 3000 to 0: Migrating Electronic Reserves to the College’s CMS 

    Handfield, Amy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-18)
    In the fall of 2015, the O’Malley Library at Manhattan College piloted a new form of electronic library reserves. Since 2002, the library has been using Docutek as a platform to organize electronic reserve material for the ...
  • A Digital Dark Age 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2017-02-10)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 333, broadcast February 10, 2017. Features interview with Richard Whitt, Corporate Director for Strategic Initiatives at Google, about the need for urgent action to preserve ...
  • This is What Democracy Sounds Like 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2017-02-03)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 332, broadcast February 3, 2017. Features interview with Danielle Russell and Katrina Vandeven, co-founders of the Women’s March on Washington Archives Project, plus audio ...
  • Visualizing Computer History's Archives 

    Allen, Kera J.; Shelby, Renee; Usselman, Steven (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-01-19)
  • Patents and Trademarks - Invention and Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion 

    Bray, Terry; Fletcher, Jason; Reaves, Christopher; Solomon, Harold (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-10-25)
  • What's the Future? 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2017-01-20)
    Discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 329, broadcast January 20, 2017. Lost in the Stacks hosts discuss predictions that did not go well in 2016, and what predictions they have for 2017.
  • Dystopian Fiction 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2017-01-13)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 330, broadcast January 13, 2017. Features interview with Isabel Altamirano, Engineering Librarian at Georgia Tech, discussing the topic of dystopian fiction and science fiction ...
  • Digital Forensics 

    Fox, Barbara; Messick, Beth; Waugh, Dorothy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-15)
    Researchers, educators, and practitioners discuss applications of digital forensics technologies, from law enforcement to literary archives.
  • Taking a Critical Look 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-11-11)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 325, broadcast November 11, 2016. Features interview with April Hathchock, Scholarly Communication librarian at New York University and author of the blog “At the Intersection”.
  • Global Web Preservation 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-12-02)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 327, broadcast December 2, 2016. Features interview with Abbie Grotke (Web Archiving Team Lead and Digital Library Project Manager at the Library of Congress), and Alex Thurman ...
  • Predictive Engineering 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-11-18)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 326, broadcast November 18, 2016. Features interview with Julia Scher, artist and professor of Multimedia Performance and Surveillant Architecture at the Kunsthochschule für ...
  • Annual Reports by Agencies : More than just numbers 

    Kenly, Patricia E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-10-17)
    Historical reports had rich detail - about new processes, projects, and partnerships; day-to-day operation and functions; plus, employee information. One can find hidden gems in the narrative of this resource type.
  • Finding gems: Unearthing interesting and valuable reports from federal research 

    Kenly, Patricia E.; Finn, Bette (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-10-08)
    The US Government produces business, technology, and scientific information, detailed, free and written by experts.U.S. government technical reports are the results of government-funded research. They are issued by the ...
  • Our Information Will Replace Us 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-11-04)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 324, broadcast November 4, 2016. Features interview with Robyn Hitchcock, musician and songwriter, on the topic of how our physical and digital information may or may not be ...
  • Question My Authority II: Academic Peer Review 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-10-28)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 323, broadcast Oct 28, 2016. Features interview with Mike Filler, Associate Professor and the Gunn Faculty Fellow in the Georgia Tech School of Chemical & Biomolecular ...
  • Serendipity and the Digital 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-10-21)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 322, broadcast October 21, 2016. Features interview with Kate Joranson, Head of the Frick Fine Arts Library at University of Pittsburgh, on the subject of serendipity in the ...
  • Communicating effectively during an LMS migration: Hitting the sweet spot 

    Givens, Marlee; Jeffcoat, Heather (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-10)
    In the ever-changing library landscape effective communication is paramount, especially during a significant change like introducing a new library management system (LMS). During Georgia Tech’s rapid implementation of a ...

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