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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  • 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 ...
  • Tactical Urbanism and Mobile Libraries 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-09-23)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 319, broadcast Sep 23, 2016. Features interview with architect Greg Walker of Houser-Walker Architecture, Atlanta GA.
  • Talking to Each Other about Technology 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-09-16)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 318, broadcast Sep 16, 2016. Features interview with Adam Spring, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies at Duke ...
  • <accessrestrict> 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-09-09)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 317, broadcast Sep 9, 2016. Features interview with Amanda Pellerin, Access Archivist at the Georgia Tech Archives about how access works in a scholarly archive.
  • The Badass Librarians of Timbuktu 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-09-02)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 316, broadcast September 2, 2016. Features interview with Joshua Hammer about his book, The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu and Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious ...
  • Question My Authority 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-08-26)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 315, broadcast Aug 26, 2016. Features interview with Liz Holdsworth, STEM Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library about scholarly authority, peer review, and confidence ...
  • Chaotic Neutral 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-08-12)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 314, broadcast Aug 12, 2016. The hosts of Lost in the Stacks discuss the ideas of library chaos, and library neutrality (or lack thereof).
  • Data as Packet-switching Glitch Art 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-08-05)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 313, broadcast Aug 5, 2016. Guest Joelle Dietrick, data artist and faculty at Davidson College discusses using data to create art and embracing serendipitous accidents. Part ...
  • Data Driven Decisions 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-07-29)
    Live discussion portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 312, broadcast July 29, 2016. Guest Marlee Givens of the Georgia Tech Library joins the hosts of Lost in the Stacks to discuss the balance of collecting user data to ...
  • Data as Wood 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-07-22)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 311, broadcast July 22, 2016. Features interview with Nicholas Felton, designer of the Facebook timeline and creator of the Feltron Report. Felton discusses data visualization, ...
  • Statistical Significance 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-07-15)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 310, broadcast July 15, 2016. Features interview with Dr. Pete Ludovice, Chemical Engineering professor at Georgia Tech, discussing statistical significance in data. Part 2 ...
  • Data Librarianship: Naked and Afraid 

    Bennett, Charlie; Doshi, Ameet; Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rascoe, Fred (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWREK, 2016-07-08)
    Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks episode 309, broadcast July 8, 2016. Features interview with Dr. Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Sociology, Gerontology and Data Services Librarian at Georgia State University. Mandy discusses ...

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