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Research Where You Learn: Incorporating Research and Information Literacy Modules into WebCT
Meeting students where they learn is integral to their academic success, and right now, students are learning online. The use of course management systems such as WebCT has expanded well beyond the realm of distance ...
Crash Course in Web Design for Libraries
(Reference & User Services Association, 2007)
The article reviews the book "Crash Course in Web Design for Libraries," by Charles P. Rubenstein.
The Current Landscape of Mobile Libraries
This is the opening keynote at the Central Texas Library System's 2nd Annual Technology Conference: The Mobile Library. My presentation sets the stage for mobile device use among library users, discusses mobile services ...
The Current Landscape of Mobile Devices
Learn about the current status of mobile devices, applications, and e-readers, and how they are affecting libraries. The live version of the presentation also provided a show and tell of the resources and devices.
Putting the Library Website in Their Hands: The Advantages and Challenges of a Homegrown Content Management System
A presentation on a home grown content management system at the University of Houston Libraries.
Apps in Facebook & Google OpenSocial: Why Librarians Should Pay Attention
Looking at Google OpenSocial & Facebook Apps (in their early stages) and what it means for libraries.
iTouch and Go: Funding Innovation in the UH Libraries
UH Libraries trialed the use of the iPod Touch as a tool to enhance the work of librarians. This presentation outlines the successes and pitfalls of this trial and you’ll learn ways in which you can jump-start a similar ...
Mashing Up and Remixing the Library Website
Libraries today are presented with the challenge creating a unified user experience out of systems which are traditionally highly separate silos. Often this is done by literally copying and inserting data and information ...