New Intersections for Student Engagement in Libraries: A Qualitative Exploration of Collaborative Learning with Multimedia Technologies
Webb, Katharine A.; Lu, Tingting; Black, Elizabeth L. (2008)
Objective – The purpose of this study was to explore new ways librarians can provide meaningful learning experiences for students beyond the traditional classroom assignment and the one-hour library instruction session. ...
Using the Web for Name Authority Work
Russell, Beth M.; Spillane, Jodi Lynn (2001)
While many catalogers are using the Web to find the information they need to perform authority work quickly and accurately, the full potential of the Web to assist catalogers in name authority work has yet to be realized. ...
The Impact of Electronic Access on Basic Library Services: One Academic Law Library's Experience
Bravy, Gary J.; Feather, Celeste (2001)
The impact of the Internet and digital products on libraries has been widely discussed; however, few studies have presented quantitative data that indicate the impact of such products on use patterns in libraries. The ...
Navigating Ambiguous Waters: Providing Access to Student Records in the University Archives
Chute, Tamar G. (2004)
Because privacy laws heavily restrict access to student records, archivists are forced to weigh the research potential of these documents against their availability. At the center of this issue is the Family Educational ...
Those Were the Days! A Short History of the East Asian Libraries Cooperative World Wide Web
Donovan, Maureen H. (2001)
Special Collections Cataloging at a Crossroads: A Survey of ARL Libraries
Russell, Beth M. (2004)
Facing shifting organizational cultures, technological innovations, and the growth of digital information, administrators must consider how best to utilize the resources and staff devoted to cataloging special collections. ...
The Conflict Between Professional Ethics and the Ethics of the Institution
Murphy, Sarah Anne (2001)
Hospital librarians face complex ethical challenges complicated by obligations to the library profession and the institutions they serve. Few articles have specifically addressed ethical conduct for hospital librarians. ...
Fair Use in the Digital Environment: A Research Guide
Schlosser, Melanie (2006)
Managing Knowledge and Technology to Foster Innovation at The Ohio State University Medical Center
Cain, Timothy J.; Rodman, Ruey L.; Sanfilippo, Fred; Kroll, Susan M. (2005)
Biomedical knowledge is expanding at an unprecedented rate—one that is unlikely to slow anytime in the future. While the volume and scope of this new knowledge poses significant organizational challenges, it creates ...