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President Floyd Invitation Poster
(WSU Libraries, 2007-11)
The Map Library 2.0: leveraging the read/write web to get connected, keep current, and stay on the map
A presentation for map librarians on the topics: What is Web 2.0/Library 2.0/ the read/write web? (and why do we care?), How can we keep up with all these new technologies?, Using web 2.0 to get connected, Using web 2.0 ...
Integrating usage statistics into a collection assessment tool via Innovative's ERM module
Recent developments in usage statistics collection have led to more uniform presentation of data and the ability to import data into the Electronic Resource Management module of Millennium. With the creation of this module, ...
Courseware and library services: Bridging the gap for distance students
(Library Hi Tech, 2007)
The purpose of this paper is to model a practical solution to the lack of library modules within commercial courseware. There are many different programming languages and models librarians can use to implement similar ...
Electronic Resource Management: Licensing and Interlibrary loan
Can e-journals be used for interlibrary loan and document delivery services? The focus of this talk will be on the way licensing terms can affect library services and the need to communicate negotiated terms to library ...
Four Seasons on the Palouse
Photographs by Paul Brians. Music by Paul Smith.
Privacy Issues in Libraries and Archives
Privacy for researchers and other users has long been a major emphasis for archives, libraries, and museums. Long before September 11, 2001, the American Library Association issued its “Freedom to Read” and “Intellectual ...
Disaster Planning: An Overview
This session is designed to provide an overview of what you should do, and who should be involved before you are faced with a disaster, in order to protect people, prevent damage, and provide the best possible outcome. ...