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Librarian as Futurist: Changing the Way Libraries Think About the Future
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014-07)
Are librarians preoccupied with the future? There are countless books, articles, blog posts, webinars, and conference presentations filled with speculation about what libraries will become. This is understandable with the ...
These aren’t your father’s funny papers: The new world of digital graphic novels
This article discusses interactive digital graphic novels, what they are, their background, and their growing popularity. It also highlights and recognizes Web 2.0 sites that are available to take part in the digital graphic ...
Rhythmatical: A game to combine music and mathematics for mobile devices
(Music Reference Services Quarterly, 2011)
Rhythmatical was designed to be an educational application for the iPhone and iPod Touch that conveyed mathematical topics via musical, rhythmic, or movement interactive techniques. Created by a team of professors, a ...
Book Review of Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech
(Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2011-02-25)
Creation of a library tour application for mobile equipment using iBeacon technology
(Code4lib Journal, 2016-04-25)
We describe the design, development, and deployment of a library tour application utilizing Bluetooth Low Energy devices know as iBeacons. The tour application will serve as library orientation for incoming students. The ...
LILAC Conference: Perspectives from a Bogle Pratt awardee
(American Library Association, 2012-06)
Learning From our Members: A MAE Approach,
(American Library Association, 2014)
Web Archiving and Digital Libraries (WADL)
This workshop will explore integration of Web archiving and digital libraries, so the complete life cycle involved is covered: creation/authoring, uploading/publishing in the Web (2.0), (focused) crawling, indexing, ...
ETDs in the 21st Century
Electronic theses/dissertations (ETDs) have been required at higher education institutions for twenty years. Although numerous goals have been realized, the majority of ETDs have not been transformed into new media.
Assessing the One-Shot Instruction Session: Leveraging Technology for Optimum Results
(Virginia Libraries, 2010-07)
A case study of Virginia Tech University Libraries' transition from paper-based assessment of information literacy session outcomes to online assessment.