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Twenty-one scholarly papers and fifteen abstracts comprise the content of the tenth annual Brick and Click Libraries Symposium, held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The peer-reviewed proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the symposium, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. The 2010 paper and abstract titles include: (1) Quick & Dirty Library Promotions That Really Work! (Eric Jennings and Kathryn Tvaruzka); (2) Leveraging Technology, Improving Service: Streamlining Student Billing Procedures (Colleen S. Harris); (3) Powerful Partnerships & Great Opportunities: Promoting Archival Resources and Optimizing Outreach to Public and K12 Community (Lea Worcester and Evelyn Barker); (4) Mobile Patrons: Better Services on the Go (Vincci Kwong and Gary Browning); (5) ERMes: An Open Source ERM (Galadriel Chilton and William Doering); (6) All Stressed Out? Enumerating and Eliminating Stress in the Academic Library (Mary Wilkins Jordan); (7) But What Did They Learn? What Classroom Assessment Can Tell You about Student Learning (Catherine Pellegrino); (8) The Impact of Budget Cuts on Acquisitions Workflow (Clint Wrede and Susan Moore); (9) The Library through Students' Eyes: Exploring Student Research Needs in the Brick and Click Space (Julie Gilbert, Anna Hulsberg, Sarah Monson, and Amy Gratz); (10) 23 Things x 600 People = Building an Online Library Learning Experience in Kansas (Heather Braum, Rebecca Brown, Jan Brooks, and Diana Weaver); (11) Keeping the Baby, Throwing Out the Bathwater: Exporting Cataloging Data from a Commercial ILS into a Locally-Developed Catalog (Rob Withers and Rob Casson); (12) My InfoQuest: Collaborative SMS Reference Service (Rene Erlandson and Rachel Erb); (13) Inquiry, Peer Mentors and Collaboration - Redefining How and When to Teach Library Skills (Jennifer McKinnell, Janine Knight, Ben Mccutchen, Roopinder Kaloty, and Jasmine Dhaliwal); (14) From Forgotten Intranet to Successful Wiki: Best Practices for Implementing an Academic Library Staff Wiki (Kristen Costello and Darcy Del Bosque); (15) Current Trends in Library Web Site Redesign with CMS/Drupal (Elaine Chen); (16) Purchase on Demand: Using ILL Requests to Influence Acquisitions (Amy Soma); (17) Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Issues, Alternatives, & Access (Janice Boyer); (18) To Buy and Not Borrow - Does It Pay? (Brad Reel and Erica Conn); (19) A University's Information Literacy Assessment Program "Using Google Docs" (Ma Lei Hsieh and Patricia H. Dawson); (20) Making Significant Cuts to an Approval Plan without Drawing Any Blood (Lea Currie); (21) To Inventory or Not: Findings from Inventory Projects Performed in Two Different Types of Academic Libraries (Jan Sung and Nackil Sung); (22) Thursdays at the Library - or "Be Careful What You Wish for!" (Joyce A. Meldrem); (23) Say This, Not That: Library Instruction for International Students in Intensive English Programs (Andrea Malone); (24) There Are No Limits to Learning! Academic and High School Libraries Collaborate to Teach Information Literacy to High School Seniors (Jeff Simpson and Cendy Cooper); (25) ???A Living Book??? (Shuqin Jiao); (26) Boost Your Use: Promoting E-Resources to Students and Faculty (Andrea Malone); (27) Embedded Librarianship: A Briefing From the Trenches (Galadriel Chilton and Jenifer Holman); (28) Managing the Multi-generational Library (Colleen Harris); (28) Getting Started With Assessment: Using the Minute Paper to Find Trends in Student Learning; (29) No Ballast to Throw Overboard: Restructuring an Already Lean Library for Hard Times (Lisa Wiecki, Adam Haigh, and Mike Berry); (30) Ne How, Hola, Welcome: Coordinating and Providing Meaningful Library Services to International Students (Martha Allen); (31) Access to Video Material in Academic Libraries (Sandra Macke); (32) Reference E-Books: The Other Hidden Collection (Sara E. Morris, Frances Devlin, Judith Emde, and Kathy Graves); (33) Copyright 0 to 60 in One Year (Kati Donaghy); and (34) Getting Ready to Go Mobile: A Primer for the Uninitiated (Rene Erlandson and Rachel Erb). An author/title index is also included. (Individual papers contain references.) [Abstract modified to meet ERIC guidelines. For the 2009 proceedings, see ED507380.]

Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Research Needs, Student Research, Research Projects, Theses, Academic Libraries, Library Science, Conference Papers, Trend Analysis, Outreach Programs, Library Development, Library Services, Library Automation, Technology Integration, Open Source Technology, Stress Management, Evaluation Utilization, Economic Impact, Cataloging, Online Catalogs, Library Skills, Library Instruction, Best Practices, Computer System Design, Web Sites, Information Literacy, Electronic Libraries, Electronic Publishing, Facility Inventory

Author: Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Ury, Connie Jo, Ed.; Park, Sarah G., Ed.


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