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Twenty-six scholarly papers and ten abstracts comprise the content of the thirteenth annual Brick and Click Libraries Symposium, held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the symposium, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. The 2013 paper and abstract titles include: (1) Worth 1,000 Words: Using Instagram to Engage Library Users (Nicole Tekulve and Katy Kelly); (2) Life on the Bleeding Edge: Migrating to OCLC's WorldShare Management Services Next Generation Integrated Library System (Sabrina Riley, Margaret Emons, Julie Pinnell, and Philip Hendrickson); (3) Planning at the Speed of a NASCAR Race: the Reinert-Alumni Library Reconfiguration (Sally Gibson and Debra Sturges);(4) Research Rescue: Beyond the One-Shot Instruction Session (Gloria Tibbs, Fu Zhuo, Susan Sanders, and Jen Salvo-Eaton); (5) Our Student Library Workers Rock! Investing in the Student Staff Development Process (Jeremy McGinniss and Joshua B. Michael); (6) Students in the Director's Chair: Leveraging Student Talent to Create Library Videos (Veronica Arellano Douglas); (7) Children's Collections in Academic Libraries: Views on Relevancy and Collaboration (Charissa Loftis and Valerie Knight); (8) Librarians' Preference of Virtual Meeting Platforms (Katie Anderson and Anne Larrivee); (9) Changemaking in Access & Outreach [at] USD (Li Fu); (10) More Than a Poster: How Marketing Can Revitalize Your Library's Communty Engagement (Jennifer Raian and Jennifer Self); (11) Responsive Web Design: How Mobile Devices are Changing the Way We Build the Web (John Wynstra); (12) Library Programs to Aid in Student Retention (Cynthia Lenox); (13) Breaking Free in the Special Collections and Archives: Shattering Conventions and Display Cases with Augmented Reality (Ashley Todd-Diaz and Earl Givens Jr.); (14) The Library Extravaganza! Implementing a Welcome Event at Your Library (Karen Evans and Cheryl Blevens); (15) Lib Guides as a Marketing Tool (Scott Norwood); (16) Portable Display Kiosk and Signage Using the Raspberry Pi (Raleigh Muns); (17) Playing Cards for Information Literacy: An Active Learning Experiment (Melissa Clark); (18) Libraries Without Walls: Extending Service Beyond the Physical Building (Rochelle Krueger); (19) Using Event Tracking to Enhance Library Web Interfaces (Scott Hanrath); (20) It's All Up in the Clouds (Sally Bryant and Gan Ye); (21) Libraries and Licenses: Best Practices, Pitfalls and Trends (Corey Halaychik); (22) Discovery Tools: Where Do We Go From Here? (Lisa Lapointe and Melissa Mallon); (23) Motivating Student Employees: What Circulation Workers Want From Their Supervisors (Peter Johnson); (24) Implementing an Open Source Room Reservation System (Rob Withers); (25) Google Chrome: Using Apps to Streamline Workflow (Ellie Kohler); (26) Kansas City Local Library Exchange: How We Developed a Low-Cost, High Payback Professional development Program (Mark Swails); (27) Flipping Your Library Instruction (Rebecca Hamlett); (28) Marketing Students + Library= Student Centered Promotion for the Library (Nora Hillyer and Danielle Shultz); (29) Overwhelmed by Large-scale Library Digitization Projects? (Xiaocan (Lucy) Wang and Eric Holt); (30) Disruptive Thinking about Disruptive Innovation (Dr. Susan Breakenridge Fink and Marc Davis); (31) Tips + Taps: Integrating Apps into the research Process (Mary Oberlies and April Kelley); (32) The Choice Is Yours: Collections in a Patron-Driven Climate (Elizabeth Sullivan); (33) What Few Can Do: A Small Library Using Technology to Make the Impossible Possible (Eric A. Deatherage and Jennifer K. Johnson); (34) Reaching Out to International Students (Leila June Rod-Welch); (35) Why Undergraduate Students Choose to Use E-books (Edward Walton); (36) Don't Make the Kid Who is Blind Play Dodge Ball: Making Interactive Library instruction Accessible to Students with Disabilities (Angie Brunk and Dale Monobe). An author/title index is also included. (Individual papers contain references.) [For the 2012 proceedings, see ED537605.]

Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Conference Papers, Conferences (Gatherings), Library Science, Social Networks, Computer Mediated Communication, Outreach Programs, Information Systems, Library Networks, Library Development, Alumni, Strategic Planning, Library Research, Library Instruction, Staff Development, Student Employment, Video Technology, Student Developed Materials, Childrens Literature, Librarian Attitudes, Preferences, Videoconferencing, Organizational Change, Library Services, Institutional Advancement, Community Involvement, Handheld Devices, Computer System Design, Academic Persistence, Archives, Program Implementation, Library Automation, Information Literacy, Active Learning, Best Practices, Certification, Trend Analysis, Barriers, Motivation Techniques, Supervisor Supervisee Relationship, Open Source Technology, Professional Development, Computer Software, Innovation, Technology Integration, Foreign Students, Undergraduate Students, Electronic Publishing, Accessibility (for Disabled)





Autor: Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Johnson, Carolyn, Ed.; Park, Sarag G., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2435&id=ED545375



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