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Sustaining our Digital Future: Institutional Strategies for Libraries and Museums
 
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Nancy Maron discusses the most recent research from Ithaka S+R and the Strategic Content Alliance: 'Sustaining our Digital Future: Institutional strategies for Digital Content' with particular reference to those issues affecting libraries, museums and other cultural heritage institutions Nancy outlines the rationale for this research, some of the key findings, as well as a range of recommendations including tools and advice for libraries and museums that are responsible for the delivery and ongoing sustainability of digital content.
Views: 338 Jisc
FSW Libraries: Database Search Strategies, Tips & Fundamentals
 
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This quick video is designed to give you some quick tips and tricks you can use to more easily complete your research in the FSW Libraries' research databases.
"Strategies for Libraries to Provide Blockchain Education, Tools, and Training"
 
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Link Swanson, Systems Engineer, Minitex, PhD Candidate Cognitive Science, University of Minnesota
Views: 47 Library 2.0
Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities (1 of 2)
 
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Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities: Law, Interpretations, Best Practices, and Risks Part 1 of 2 Columbia University Libraries presented the half-day conference "Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities" on March 27, 2012. The discussion goes beyond the question of fair use and delves more deeply into the means for making fair use decisions in an environment of unresolved law and changing needs and technologies. The panelists, through their range and depth of experience, demonstrate and explore options and strategies for making fair use decisions regarding research, teaching, and publishing within the academic community. The panels feature a range of academic and professional experts including: Peter Jaszi, professor of law at American University; Brandon Butler, Director of Public Policy Initiatives at the Association of Research Libraries; Lisa Rose-Wiles, co-chair of the Copyright Action Group of Seton Hall University Libraries; Sheree Carter-Galvan, Associate General Counsel at Yale University; Robert W. Clarida, partner at Reitler, Kailas & Rosenblatt; and Gretchen Wagner, General Counsel, Secretary, and Vice President of Administration for ARTstor. Columbia University Libraries' Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian, James G. Neal, opens the program. Moderator: Kenneth D. Crews, Director of the Copyright Advisory Office. See the websites of the Columbia Copyright Advisory Office at http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/ and the Scholarly Communication Program at http://scholcomm.columbia.edu/ for more information about fair use and other copyright issues. Date: March 27, 2012 Sponsors: Columbia University Libraries, Copyright Advisory Office, Scholarly Communication Program
Views: 838 Columbia
Session Three: New Ideas and Strategies for Libraries (Introduction)
 
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Re-envisioning Branch Libraries December 4th, 2014 Session Three: New Ideas and Strategies for Libraries Exploring new ways to maximize the impact of New York City’s libraries Introduction by David Giles, Research Director, Center for an Urban Future In order to encourage policymakers, business leaders, and librarians to think strategically about how to support and improve library services in New York, The Architectural League is collaborating with the Center for an Urban Future on Re-envisioning Branch Libraries, a design study that articulates new architectural, financial, and programmatic possibilities for New York City’s branch libraries. In a public design showcase and policy symposium on December 4th, 2014, the five participating design teams presented their strategies for re-envisioning New York City’s branch libraries. The presentations addressed three key themes: integrating libraries into New York City’s housing and community development goals; reconfiguring libraries to meet community needs; and developing new ideas for expanding the impact of branch libraries. Panel sessions comprised of policymakers, librarians, researchers, and community advocates responded to each group of presentations to discuss how to put the teams’ innovative design ideas into action and what barriers stand in the way of success. The symposium was generously sponsored by the Charles H. Revson Foundation and hosted by the Japan Society. Learn more at archleague.org/branchlibraries.
New Ideas and Strategies for Libraries: Panel Discussion
 
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Re-envisioning Branch Libraries Session Three: New Ideas and Strategies for Libraries December 4th, 2014 Response Panel Jukay Hsu, Founder, Coalition for Queens Kyle Kimball, President, NYCEDC Jimmy Van Bramer, Council Member, New York City Council Stelios Vasilakis, Director of Programs & Strategic Initiatives, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brian Lehrer, Host, The Brian Lehrer Show (moderator) In order to encourage policymakers, business leaders, and librarians to think strategically about how to support and improve library services in New York, The Architectural League is collaborating with the Center for an Urban Future on Re-envisioning Branch Libraries, a design study that articulates new architectural, financial, and programmatic possibilities for New York City’s branch libraries. In a public design showcase and policy symposium on December 4th, 2014, the five participating design teams presented their strategies for re-envisioning New York City’s branch libraries. The presentations addressed three key themes: integrating libraries into New York City’s housing and community development goals; reconfiguring libraries to meet community needs; and developing new ideas for expanding the impact of branch libraries. Panel sessions comprised of policymakers, librarians, researchers, and community advocates responded to each group of presentations to discuss how to put the teams’ innovative design ideas into action and what barriers stand in the way of success. The symposium was generously sponsored by the Charles H. Revson Foundation and hosted by the Japan Society. Learn more at archleague.org/branchlibraries.
Digital strategies for libraries in the 21st century
 
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Join New Zealand based commentator and thinker, Paul Reynolds, as he discusses information access, cultural and technological change in the 21st century, and the challenges for libraries and library professionals. Duration: 1:38:30 minutes Date: 25 October 2007
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Gene Library | Genomic Library and cDNA Library
 
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This recombinant DNA technology lecture is to explain how gene library is made. This lecture explains step-by-step process of creating gene library. This lecture also explains the basic features of genomic library and cDNA library and it also states the difference between genomic library and cDNA library. For more information, log on to- http://www.shomusbiology.com/ Get Shomu's Biology DVD set here- http://www.shomusbiology.com/dvd-store/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.com/bio-materials.html
Views: 94210 Shomu's Biology
Penn Libraries Global: Four Decades of Evolving Research Strategies
 
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See all of the Penn Libraries Global videos on our guide: http://guides.library.upenn.edu/global Download these videos from ScholarlyCommons: http://repository.upenn.edu/library_global/ Professor Victor H. Mair Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Pennsylvania Filmed and edited by Katie Rawson, Bollinger Fellow in Library Innovation
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Libraries Built to Last
 
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Component libraries represent a huge accumulated investment in the design content that underpins every electronic assembly that you create. But with many different library management strategies, how do you decide which strategy best suites your organization so that the components and library structure you create today have lasting value? In this webinar, we'll examine the common errors made when a library is first being developed and more importantly, we’ll outline the various strategies you can take to ensure that your library infrastructure can grow as your organizational needs evolve. By keeping this clear picture of the end in mind, this webinar will help ensure your libraries are built to last. What you will learn: • Different library strategies and their implications • How to choose the right library strategy for your organization • How ADLib, ADLib+ and CADium by Solution Quadrant can bridge the library process gaps Who should attend? • Engineering Manager • Designer • Component Librarians • Component Procurers Please join us as we look at component libraries from a structural level and shed a new light on a complex issue that all of us deal with in the PCB design space. Would you like to see other webinar recordings or videos from us? Check out http://ninedotconnects.com/knowledge or reach out to us at [email protected] or 214-699-7719. Thanks!
Views: 827 NineDotConnects
ACRL VAL Committee: Academic Library Impact: Strategies for Designing New Research
 
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Recording of the February 4, 2019, ACRL VAL Committee: Academic Library Impact: Strategies for Designing New Research
Views: 69 ALAACRL
Entrepreneurship for Libraries
 
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Libraries are engaged in knowledge creation and innovation.Social entrepreneurship strategies will be appropriate for libraries to adopt as they have invested in the future.
Views: 261 Maitrayee Ghosh
Autism 101 for Libraries
 
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This webinar will cover basic information about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) including background, diagnosis, and research. Examples of students with autism will be shared. Additionally, strategies for library staff will be presented. A question and answer period will be included.
Strategies for Success: Academic Libraries and Digital Health Sciences Content 11 9 2017
 
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Academic Libraries collecting health sciences content face a unique set of challenges ranging from content selection to user expectations. Not to mention the fact that there are multiple options and approaches when it comes to supporting health sciences programs. Join us to hear about successful strategies for creating the best digital collection for this specialized user group.
TRAIDE Webinar   Creating a Strategy and Using The TRAIDE MT4 Indicator Libraries
 
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TRAIDE Webinar with Tad Slaff - Creating a Strategy and Using The TRAIDE MT4 Indicator Libraries. You can download the TRAIDE-MT4 Indicator Library here: https://www.inovancetech.com/exportInformation.html You will also find easy to follow instructions on how to install the TRAIDE-MT4 Indicator Library on your MetaTrader 4 platform.
Views: 568 Inovance
Search Strategies, Part 1: Constructing a Basic Search
 
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Develop a basic search strategy to find the best material related to your research.
*Sustainable Design* Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries
 
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http://www.infopeople.org/training/webcasts/webcast_data/292/index.html?utm_campaign=SustainableLibraryDesignWebinar&utm_medium=YouTube%20video (sustainable design webinars) (sustainable design webinar) (Sustainable Design Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries) (sustainable design) (Green Design Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries)(lpa) (lpa inc) Thank you for taking the time to learn more about "Green Design Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries." Instructor Rick D'Amato will release some fantastic information to attendees of this Webinar. Don't miss out, register by clicking the link above. Green Design Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries ... Green Design Strategies for New and Existing Public Libraries ... in which to educate a community about smart sustainable design practices and strategies. ... http://www.infopeople.org/training/webcasts/webcast_data/292/index.html North Beach Branch Library Renovation: Design Plans February 2009 ... File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML EXISTING AND NEW SIZE COMPARISON. LIBRARY AREA COMPARISON. NORTH BEACH BRANCH PUBLIC ... SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES. NORTH BEACH BRANCH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... http://sfpl.lib.ca.us/news/blip/pdfs/northbeachdesign.pdf Emerald FullText Article : Sustainable libraries: teaching ... The widely varied client base of a typical public library makes an ideal ... in existing facilities and that mechanical systems are oversized in new ones. .... The success of the various building design strategies is demonstrated in ... http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/ViewContentServlet?Filename=Published/EmeraldFullTextArticle/Articles/1700130202.html
Views: 828 LPA Inc.
cDNA library
 
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This lecture explains about the cDNA library construction and screening. http://shomusbiology.weebly.com/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.weebly.com/bio-materials.html A cDNA library is a combination of cloned cDNA (complementary DNA) fragments inserted into a collection of host cells, which together constitute some portion of the transcriptome of the organism. cDNA is produced from fully transcribed mRNA found in the nucleus and therefore contains only the expressed genes of an organism. Similarly, tissue specific cDNA libraries can be produced. In eukaryotic cells the mature mRNA is already spliced, hence the cDNA produced lacks introns and can be readily expressed in a bacterial cell. While information in cDNA libraries is a powerful and useful tool since gene products are easily identified, the libraries lack information about enhancers, introns, and other regulatory elements found in a genomic DNA library. cDNA molecules can be cloned by using restriction site linkers. Linkers are short, double stranded pieces of DNA (oligodeoxyribonucleotide) about 8 to 12 nucleotide pairs long that include a restriction endonuclease cleavage site e.g. BamHI. Both the cDNA and the linker have blunt ends which can be ligated together using a high concentration of T4 DNA ligase. Then sticky ends are produced in the cDNA molecule by cleaving the cDNA ends (which now have linkers with an incorporated site) with the appropriate endonuclease. A cloning vector (plasmid) is then also cleaved with the appropriate endonuclease. Following "sticky end" ligation of the insert into the vector the resulting recombinant DNA molecule is transferred into E. coli host cell for cloning. Source of the article published in description is Wikipedia. I am sharing their material. Copyright by original content developers of Wikipedia. Link- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
Views: 97237 Shomu's Biology
Library Partnership Strategies: Library and Publisher, Library as Publisher
 
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One pilot attempted to work with publishers to secure a textbook subscription based solution to the high-cost of textbooks, the other pilot had libraries collaborating with faculty to produce open textbooks. What do both pilots say about the future of library and commercial publishing? University of Buffalo Libraries was the PI for a grant funded pilot program where SUNY libraries partnered with publishers to secure an etextbook subscription based solution to the high-cost of textbooks. SUNY Geneseo was the PI for a grant funded pilot program to collaborate with faculty to produce open textbooks. Both pilots have learned about the future of library publishing and commercial publishing. Dean Hendrix, University of Buffalo Libraries and Cyril Oberlander, SUNY Geneseo Milne Library will share details about the program and lessons learned. Host: Kathy Miller, RRLC/NY3Rs Guests: Cyril Oberlander, SUNY Geneseo & Dean Hendrix, The University at Buffalo
Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities (2 of 2)
 
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Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities: Law, Interpretations, Best Practices, and Risks Part 2 of 2 Columbia University Libraries presented the half-day conference "Standards and Strategies for Fair Use Decisions Inside Libraries and Universities" on March 27, 2012. The discussion goes beyond the question of fair use and delves more deeply into the means for making fair use decisions in an environment of unresolved law and changing needs and technologies. The panelists, through their range and depth of experience, demonstrate and explore options and strategies for making fair use decisions regarding research, teaching, and publishing within the academic community. The panels feature a range of academic and professional experts including: Peter Jaszi, professor of law at American University; Brandon Butler, Director of Public Policy Initiatives at the Association of Research Libraries; Lisa Rose-Wiles, co-chair of the Copyright Action Group of Seton Hall University Libraries; Sheree Carter-Galvan, Associate General Counsel at Yale University; Robert W. Clarida, partner at Reitler, Kailas & Rosenblatt; and Gretchen Wagner, General Counsel, Secretary, and Vice President of Administration for ARTstor. Columbia University Libraries' Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian, James G. Neal, opens the program. Moderator: Kenneth D. Crews, Director of the Copyright Advisory Office. See the websites of the Columbia Copyright Advisory Office at http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/ and the Scholarly Communication Program at http://scholcomm.columbia.edu/ for more information about fair use and other copyright issues. Date: March 27, 2012 Sponsors: Columbia University Libraries, Copyright Advisory Office, Scholarly Communication Program
Views: 245 Columbia
Library Resources and Research Strategies for Graduate Students
 
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Learn about services and resources available to graduate students from Randall Library at UNCW.
SBU Libraries Research Strategies and Nursing Literature Review
 
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Information from the SBU Libraries on researching a nursing literature review for students in course NUR 4333.
Views: 49 SBUnivLibraries
ACRL DSS DHDG: Strategies for Teaching DH Competencies
 
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Recording of the February 12, 2019, ACRL DSS DHDG: Strategies for Teaching DH Competencies
Views: 103 ALAACRL
Penn Libraries Global: Going Global to Bring it Local: Strategies for Building Partnerships
 
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See all of the Penn Libraries Global videos on our guide: http://guides.library.upenn.edu/global Download these videos from ScholarlyCommons: http://repository.upenn.edu/library_global/ Associate Director Anne Seymour Biomedical Library University of Pennsylvania Filmed and edited by Katie Rawson, Bollinger Fellow in Library Innovation
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How to find books in public libraries when
 
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How to find books in public libraries when computers are down is a presentation to help inexperienced librarian and patrons find wanted books when technology is unavailable. This offers four different strategies on finding books in the library when technology fails. These strategies are the Dewey Decimal Classification summary, talking to an experienced librarian, checking with surrounding libraries for needed information and the Dewey Decimal Classification and Relative index.
Views: 26 Melissa Thompson
First Nation’s Literacy: strategies for public libraries
 
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This webinar will address the needs of librarians who serve First Nation clients. It will provide guidance for building literacy collections and for providing literacy programming, particularly for adults.
Dr Declan Patton talks about library support for Teaching & Learning strategies
 
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In this short video Dr Declan Patton from UCD Schol of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems talks about the input and advice the library staff have with School policies and protocols, compilation of reading lists and support for library skills training.
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ReactiveConf 2018 - Michel Weststrate: State management beyond the libraries
 
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29th - 31st October 2018, Prague, Czech Republic https://reactiveconf.com/ Main stage ------------------------------------------------------------------- State management beyond the libraries Many battles have been fought over what is the best way to do state management. A gazillion of strategies and libraries are out there. So,.. it is time to take one step back. Why is state management relevant in the first place? What problems does it solve? For example, many debates are about mutability or immutability. But then Michel proposed that the more fundamental question to ask is: identities or values? With these concepts in mind, Michel took a look at several libraries and frameworks and recognize the patterns. He took a look at the advantages and disadvantages o different approaches. Finally, Michel showed that those concepts are even highly interchangeable with a PoC that will blow your mind. His goals were to enable you to reason about the state on a far more fundamental level. Resulting in better system design and earlier recognition of bugs.
Views: 471 ReactiveConf
Revising Your Search Strategy
 
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This video shows you several tips of revising your search strategy to help you retrieve more relevant search results Brought to you by Western Libraries. Please contact Research Help http://www.lib.uwo.ca/services/research.html for more assistance. Email [email protected] or Comment with questions or suggestions on more Videos & How-Tos Uploaded by Western Libraries -- Taylor Library Revising Your Search Strategy by Western Libraries is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/deed.en_GB
Views: 2437 Western University
Successful strategies for school library advocacy
 
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Karen Bonanno reveals 7 successful strategies to add to your school library advocacy toolkit.
Views: 335 Karen Bonanno
Articulating Our Impact: Strategies for Holistic Library Assessment, Char Booth MOBIUS 2015 Keynote
 
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Demonstrating “value" is a going concern for all types of libraries, particularly in regards to information literacy learning and user engagement with public and research services. How do you create an effective and flexible assessment program that improves understanding, enhances program effectiveness, and compellingly demonstrates the impact of librarian collaboration on the learner/user experience? “Holistic" assessment encourages a comprehensive approach to answering this important question by identifying the effects of diverse educational and public services on a library’s user population. This session will explore a range of strategies for not only evaluating library learning, perceptions, and use, but actively applying data to advocate for and refine our services and programs. Char Booth Claremont Colleges Library Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian Claremont, CA Early riser, devoted oceanite, and advocate of radical neutrality, Char Booth explores the integration of education, research, technology, and design in libraries. Char is the Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian at the Claremont Colleges, and is on the faculty of the ACRL Information Literacy Immersion Institute. An ALA Emerging Leader and Library Journal Mover and Shaker, Char blogs at info-mational and tweets @charbooth. Her publications include Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators (ALA Editions, 2011) and Informing Innovation: Tracking Student Interest in Emerging Library Technologies (ACRL, 2009).
Views: 188 MOBIUS
Chat with Jana   School Public Libraries  Ideas for Collaborative Strategies
 
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How can public library youth staff communicate successfully with school librarians? Join this webinar to discuss ways to reach out, collaborate and maintain connections throughout the year. Guest speakers: Linda Goff, Youth Services Coordinator, Youth Services Librarian, Seminole County Public Library System; Melissa Curry, Youth Services Supervisor, Leesburg Public Library (Lake County Library System); and Jana Fine, Youth Services Consultant, Florida Division of Library and Information Services
It Takes a Village  Strategies for Successful Partnerships between Libraries, Schoo
 
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In this webinar, Amy Alderman, Youth Services Librarian from Calhoun County Public Library, demonstrates how they stretch limited budgets, overcome personnel limitations, and provide an abundance of programming, materials, and training opportunities through collaborative relationships with local schools and community agencies. When libraries collaborate we become much more than just the sum of our parts; we provide a thriving village with a shared vision for our children and our community.
How to ORGANIZE your LIGHTROOM LIBRARY with an external hard drive
 
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Learn how to set up Lightroom properly to manage your photos. Organize your collection with the library & catalogue on an external harddrive. ➜ Let's be friends on Insta: https://goo.gl/RsnGGT ———————————————————————————————— ➜ MY YOUTUBE SETUP Mic: http://amzn.to/2hACc5a Lens: http://amzn.to/2j206qs Camera: http://amzn.to/2hwtRPU Tripod: http://amzn.to/2z9xlD3 ———————————————————————————————— ➜ EMAIL: [email protected] ———————————————————————————————— ➜ NEW HERE Hey there! I'm Lucy Martin - a content producer and photographer from Toronto, Canada. I post new videos every week on creative business, photography, and social marketing. Subscribe for how-to, behind the scenes, and interviews with creators. Check out my intro video for more on the channel: https://youtu.be/PhQpsC3r0MU
Views: 39292 Lucy Martin
The Way Forward: Library Strategy 2015-2020
 
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View our video of the The Way Forward: Library Strategy 2015-2020. It explains how the National Library aims to be one of the best national libraries in Europe. Find out more about the The Way Forward and download a copy of the strategy: http://www.nls.uk/the-way-forward #TheWayForward
Gaming in Libraries Session 20b Guest -- Paul Waelichli on Using Learning Strategies from Games
 
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Paul Waelchli is back again! This time, Paul's talking about how people learn from games, and how we can take those lessons and improve our own teaching.
Views: 278 Scott Nicholson
Multifaceted Promotion and Outreach of Banned Books Week Library Programming
 
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Are you interested in how to better engage your community through marketing, outreach and social media? If yes, then download and listen to this narrated PowerPoint as we share our strategies for diversified and interactive library promotion. Through illustrating the Raynor Memorial Libraries' Banned Books Week campaign, this presentation will deliver numerous strategies on how to reach your audience where they are and bring them into the library. Topics covered will include program development, cross-campus collaboration, creating an interactive LibGuide and displays, promoting events through campus media, and documenting the event through photos and videos.
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RustConf 2018 - Benchmarking and Optimization of Rust Libraries by Paul Mason
 
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RustConf 2018 - Benchmarking and Optimization of Rust Libraries by Paul Mason As we develop the Rust eco-system we have a goal that "Rust should provide easy access to high quality crates". This means libraries must be both ergonomic and perform well. Rust provides various frameworks to help benchmark libraries however achieving performance past a certain point requires knowledge of some deep language constructs. This talk explores a journey towards benchmarking various library functions consistently and fairly and consequently exploring strategies for optimizing performance.
Views: 2645 Rust
Information Literacy in High School Libraries
 
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How high schools can use strategies to teach the three information literacy standards
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Beyond Collections: The place of the academic library in the university research agenda
 
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Academic libraries are facing enormous pressures that require them to respond and adapt in order to remain relevant. The academic library is no longer just a repository, a collection of services, or a place for study: it is all these things. Rapidly-evolving technologies, new modes of scholarly publishing and communication, the proposed development of a new national research engagement and impact assessment, requirements for research data management, increasing interest in digital literacies, and changing higher education pedagogies are altering user expectations. What value do researchers and their universities attach to academic libraries services? How do libraries demonstrate their value as active partners in university business: improving research, learning and teaching workflows? Where should academic libraries be focussing their priorities right now? What are the emerging trends? In response to current trends, academic libraries need to develop new resources and services, while balancing core and established service areas. Additionally, academic libraries are being challenged to anticipate future needs and to develop creative and innovative initiatives to meet those needs. No library can respond to every new trend in the field, nor should they. Decisions to prioritise and allocate resources should be aligned with the mission and goals of the university. Our panel will draw on their experience and unique perspectives and examine the contributions and value of the academic library to research and research performance, and highlight opportunities for enhancement, collaborations and partnerships. Welcome & introduction: Professor Julie Willis (PVC Research Capability) Panel Chair:: Mr Philip Kent (University Librarian & Executive Director, Collections) Panel Members: Professor Liz Sonenberg (PVC,Research Collaboration & Infrastructure); ​Professor Ginny Barbour (Exec. Director, Australian Open Access Strategy Group) , Dr David McInnis (Gerry Higgins Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies, School of Culture & Communications, Faculty of Arts) and Dr Jason Thompson (Senior Research Fellow, Urban Transport and Public Health, Melbourne School of Design).
Database Search Techniques Tutorial - Pace University Libraries
 
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Tutorial for Pace Students and Faculty outlining search strategies and techniques for conducting research in library databases.