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    • Making DSpace 1.5 Your Own: Customization tips & tricks 

      Donohue, Tim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      DSpace 1.5 represents a big step towards the future of DSpace software. Are you still trying to wrap your mind around 1.5 or wanting to ready yourself for an upgrade? Get a better understanding of the new DSpace 1.5 ...
    • Making South African Biomedical Science Profitable: Can Academic Patenting and Licensing Deliver? 

      Motari, Marion (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-03)
      Innovations in the biopharmaceutical sector are heavily dependent on knowledge/technology transfer relationships between academic research and industrial actors (firms). The South African biopharmaceuticals sector is ...
    • Making the Most of E-Journal Usage Data 

      Baker, Gayle; Read, Eleanor; Manoff, Maribeth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      Libraries with collections of electronic journals receive vendor-supplied usage reports on a regular basis. Some also obtain data from local sources such as link resolvers. This presentation will discuss how these data ...
    • Managing Digital Assets: Planning the Digital Future of NIST 

      Makar, Susan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      The Information Services Division (ISD) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is currently studying its needs for managing all aspects of its existing and future digital content. A team of staff ...
    • Managing ePresence in a Global Electronically Connected World 

      Hanna, Donald E.; Smith, Thomas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-21)
      Electronic communications have enabled individuals to communicate with friends, family members, business associates, and colleagues at a distance in ways that were unimagined even a decade ago, when the Internet was well ...
    • Managing issues of information ownership in the digital environment: examining the ethical climate in libraries 

      Webber, Sheri (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-24)
      This study explores the ethical climate of libraries with a particular focus on issues of information ownership in the electronic resources management environment. Modified versions of Victor and Cullen’s ethical climate ...
    • Managing our E-resources Licenses: License Expression Standards 

      Robertson, Nathan D. M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      DLF's Electronic Resource Management Initiative (ERMI) indicated a need for standardization of e-resource license terms and administrative details. This will facilitate licensing communication among libraries and their ...
    • Managing Risk and Uncertainty in Large-Scale University Research Projects 

      Moore, Sharlissa; Shangraw, Rick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-15)
    • Managing the Virtual Library 

      Burke, Jane (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-24)
    • Manufacturing Polyester Fiber from Recycled Raw Materials 

      Bouchillon, Randy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002-05-14)
      This presentation outlines the processes for recycling polyester raw materials. Sources of the major recycled waste streams are discussed, including examples of the materials. The fiber manufacturing process is reviewed, ...
    • Many Lightweight Views into Complex Repository Content: Enabling Rapid Application Development for Fedora Repositories 

      Zumwalt, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      In the repository world, there is an increasingly popular vision for creating a multitude of user-driven interfaces that act as windows into complex, long lived content. We want to build these applications around our ...
    • Mapping, Managing and Improving Staff Performance in Access Services 

      Harris, Colleen S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11)
      Libraries are places of constant change in workflow, services, and user expectations, and these changes often impact the public service departments most. Incoming managers are often tasked with assessing the issues plaguing ...
    • Marco Polo: A Sample Return Mission to a Primitive NEO 

      Barucci, Antonella; Agnolon, David; Koschny, Detlef; Escorial, Diego; Ritter, Heiko; Romstedt, Jens; Ferracina, L.; Khan, M.; Coste, P.; Falkner, Peter; Drai, R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-26)
      Marco Polo is a Near-Earth Object (NEO) sample return mission currently studied by the European Space Agency (ESA). The intention is to perform this mission in collaboration with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency ...
    • Marketing Engineering Continuing Education 

      Vieth, Carl (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-21)
      In the not to distant past, the mantra for marketing continuing education and distance degree programs was "build it and they will come". But in today’s complex and highly competitive landscape, organizations must understand ...
    • Marketing Short Courses 

      Mahr, Anna; Baker, Tavish; Moore, Dee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-21)
      The Professional Institute is part of the Professional Education Programs office within the MIT School of Engineering. PI offers 35-45 courses geared to working professional scientists and engineers. Our course directors ...
    • The Marketplace of Ideas 

      Hossenfelder, Sabine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-03)
      The scientific community makes for an interesting case study for the emergence of social phenomena from individual interests. As a community of practice with only peripheral external interactions, researchers in academic ...
    • Mars Entry Atmospheric Data System (MEADS) Requirements and Design for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) 

      Novak, Frank; Hutchinson, Mark; Mitchell, Michael; Munk, Michelle Marie; Parker, Peter (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-25)
      Each vehicle that lands on Mars provides a unique opportunity to study the atmospheric entry environment. Taking measurements of this environment will enable a better understanding of vehicle performance and design margins. ...
    • Mars Sample Return Mission Terminal Rendezvous Requirement 

      Gibbings, Alison (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-24)
      Any perceived Mars Sample Return (MSR) mission is of both scientific and technological importance. Various commercial and research based organisations have invested considerable amounts of effort and resources to study and ...
    • Mars Science Laboratory: The Next Rover 

      Meyer, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-26)
      The Mars Science Laboratory rover represents firsts in many aspects for interplanetary exploration. To get the rover to the planet's surface, the rover is winched down from the thrusters, substituting wheels for the usual ...
    • Mars' Atmosphere: Comparison of Entry Profiles with Numerical Models 

      Murphy, James R.; Chizek, Malynda; Buzzard, Stephen S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-24)
      As planetary probes enter an atmosphere, they capture measurements which provide thermodynamic information about the atmosphere, but only within a narrow vertical column within that atmosphere over a limited extent of time. ...