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    • Off site storage solutions at Duke and Wake Forest 

      Lock, Mary Beth; Tillman, Marvin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-11)
      This session will describe how off site storage facilities can help solve space issues in library buildings, and bring greater service to your users.
    • Off-Campus but not Alone: Supporting the Research Needs of Nontraditional Students Using Digital Resources 

      LaDell-Thomas, Julie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-23)
      While most libraries have implemented changes that integrate electronic resources with traditional library services, and reference and instruction methods have become more effective at reaching library users in their new ...
    • Older Adult Expertise in Emotion Regulation: Gains and Costs 

      Blanchard-Fields, Fredda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09-16)
      Despite research that shows cognitive decline as we grow older, changes in emotion show a positive developmental trajectory. This talk will address two questions. What are the skills older adults possess and use when ...
    • On the Fly: Assessing the Success of an Interlibrary Loan Operation’s Buy Not Borrow Program 

      McHone-Chase, Sarah (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      This presentation will examine the Buy Not Borrow program of Northern Illinois University and discuss the ways in which the program has been a success.
    • On the Leading Edge: Transforming Technical Services 

      Adlington, Janice (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
      McMaster University Library aspires to be recognized as Canada’s most innovative. Over the past year, technical services has been transformed with staff taking on new roles. Come hear how we “make it work” with an ...
    • On the Rove 

      Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-06-10)
      Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 306, broadcast June 10, 2016. Features interview with Emy Decker, NextGen Public Services Manager at the Georgia Tech Library, on the subject of re-imagined library public ...
    • On Your Invention Journey: Helping Inventors Be More Successful 

      Shlevin, Harold H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-04-21)
    • One is Silver and the Other Gold: Maintaining Old Strengths While Embracing Change 

      Chamberlain, Clint (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-23)
      Incorporating electronic resources into a library’s workflow while maintaining existing duties can present a challenge to the smaller library, which may not be able to add new staff positions. A toolkit of ideas can be ...
    • Open Access & Data Management Are Do-Able Through Partnerships 

      Choudhury, Sayeed (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-08-06)
    • Open Access and Scholarly Communications 

      Speer, Julie Griffin; Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-20)
    • Open Access in the Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences 

      Sjolund, Anna-Kaisa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      The universities of applied sciences in Finland have decided together to create a digital repository for theses and research publications during the years 2008-2009, The aim is to apply open access ...
    • The Open Access Movement, Repositories, and More 

      Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-05)
      Open access is a cost-effective way to disseminate and use information. It permits users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to full texts, crawl for indexing, pass them as data or use them for any ...
    • Open Access Publishing and the Ends of Scholarship 

      Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-03)
      Commentary on how framing discussions of Open Access publishing should focus on the desired ends and outcomes of scholarship.
    • Open Access: Generation Open 

      Burtle, Laura; Burright, Mariann; Kowalski, Melanie; Melton, Sarah; Nash, Bethany; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-12)
      From Librarians at Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Emory University, and the University of Georgia, this is “Open Access: Generation Open”. Open Access is a movement to make academic research available for public ...
    • Open Notebook Science: Transparency in Research 

      Bradley, Jean-Claude (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-10-23)
      This presentation will outline strategies for collecting, processing, and disseminating chemical information as Open Data. Bradley will discuss melting point and solubility datasets and models. In his talk, Bradley will ...
    • Open Sourcing America's Operating System 

      Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred; Rolando, Lizzy (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2015-09-18)
      Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 272, broadcast September 18, 2015. Features interviews with Carl Malamud of on the importance of access to the annotated Georgia Code and other laws; Mariann ...
    • Opening Course Reserves: One Year Later 

      O'Brien, Elizabeth; Rudin, Lola; Sgro, Adriana (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      UTSC Library introduced a self-service model for course reserves in September 2014. We presented “Changing Time, Changing Needs: Opening Course Reserves” at the Access Services Conference in 2014. We discussed our project ...
    • Opening Keynote Address, Electronic Resources & Libraries 2006 : Library 2.0 

      McDonald, Robert H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-23)
    • Opening the Vault: Providing Digital Access to Archival Moving Images 

      Beer, Chris; Michael, Courtney (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      The WGBH Media Library and Archives has developed a prototype project using a Fedora repository which allows scholarly researchers to access and interact with archival moving image content. This poster will cover lessons ...
    • OpenRFP Procurement Webservice 

      Chvatal, Don (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
      The web supports numerous eProcurement models. Think of buying a car at a dealership compared to profiling your transportation needs online. Either way you are going to get basic transportation but you also expect to buy ...