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(Reference & User Services Association, 2010)
The article reviews the book "Searching 2.0," by Michael P. Sauers.
Intranet 2.0 from a Project Management Perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Library intranets require flexibility and efficiency and enhance the internal communication and collaborative nature of creating and organizing the institution's information. At the University of Houston Libraries, the ...
Bridging the Gap Between Print and Digital Environments
Emerging technologies like QR Codes and Augmented Reality can help faculty, staff, and librarians extend services, promote resources, and widen access to instructional material to students in exciting and innovative ways. ...
Cool Tools to Help Libraries Bridge the Gap Between Print and Digital Environments
Emerging technologies like QR Codes and Augmented Reality can help libraries extend services, widen access to resources, and promote events to users in exciting and innovative ways. Using simple and free technologies, QR ...
Funding Mobile Innovation in the Library: The Why and How
This is the keynote for the Spring 2010 CALLR Meeting (http://www.callr.us/). Mobile technologies are having a big impact on libraries today. This presentation covers why libraries should be paying attention, highlights ...
Mobile Innovations in the UH Libraries
Overview of UH Libraries’ Microgrant Program, highlighting the successes and challenges of two mobile microgrant projects, and sharing how opportunities for collaboration manifested both in and outside the library.
Improving the Drupal User Experience
Drupal is a powerful, but complex, Web Content Management System, being adopted by many libraries. Installing Drupal typically involves adding additional modules for flexibility and increased functionality. Although ...
Migrating to Drupal: Open Source Library Intranets
This workshop was presented at Internet Librarian in Monterey, CA, on October 23, 2010.
The effect of a temporary absence of target velocity information on visual tracking
(Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2010)
Experiments with the Rashbass ‘step-ramp’ paradigm have revealed that the initial catchup saccade that occurs near pursuit onset uses target velocity as well as position information in its programming. Information about ...
The Effect of Bifocal Add on Accommodative Lag in Myopic Children with High Accommodative Lag
(Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2010-12)
Purpose: To determine the effect of a bifocal add and manifest correction on accommodative lag in myopic children with high accommodative lag, who have been reported to have the greatest reduction in myopia progression ...