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  • Optimizing the online catalog: experiences at WSU 

    Blackburn, Gemma; Deng, Sai (College and Universities Libraries Section of the Kansas Library Association Annual Meeting, 2008-10-23)
    In February 2008 the OPAC Redesign and Evaluation Team at Wichita State University Libraries was charged to investigate options to improve the online catalog to provide better access for all library users. This presentation ...
  • Physical pictures: Engineering models circa 1914 and in Wittgenstein's "Tractatus" 

    Sterrett, Susan G. (2000-07-17)
    In 1914, Wittgenstein recorded an incident in his Notebooks that he later mentioned to several friends as occasioning a major insight for his views in the Tractatus that propositions represent by being pictures. The entry ...
  • Promoting Library Advocacy, Diversity, Family Literacy, and Global Outreach 

    Chou, Min; Lee, Esther; Tseng, Sally; Deng, Sai (ALA (American Library Association) Annual Conference 2011., 2011-06-25)
    The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) is an ALA affiliate. In the 2011 Poster Session at the Diversity and Outreach Fair, CALA will showcase its mission, programs and services to diverse people of all ages, ...
  • RDA Training I: A Gentle Introduction 

    Deng, Sai (Wichita State University Libraries, 2011-05-17)
    This presentation gives a gentle introduction to the new cataloging standard “Resource Description and Access” (RDA). It starts from the conceptual models and principles RDA is built on and the rationale to switch from ...
  • Reaching youth through diverse collections 

    Williams, Virginia Kay; Deyoe, Nancy (2012-09-21)
    Do our collections reflect the diverse youth we serve? We present the preliminary results of a nationwide assessment on how collections reflect experiences of youth of different ethnicities, sexual orientations, and ...
  • Repository services for students, faculty, and research administration 

    Matveyeva, Susan J. (Kansas Library Association, 2012-04-12)
    Institutional repository services are a fast growing new academic library service. Unlike other library services focused on delivering information created elsewhere, institutional repository services concentrate on collecting, ...
  • Research ethics 

    Fox, Charles R. (2006)
  • Rightly sore subscribers: where libraries are going wrong with RSS 

    Blackburn, Gemma; Walker, Mary (Maryville, MO, Northwest Missouri State University, c2008, 2008-11-07)
    During the past several years a lot of attention has been given to RSS feeds and how this syndicating technology can be used to channel information to library patrons. Libraries can certainly benefit from the power of this ...
  • RSS feeds: Promoting new materials 

    Williams, Virginia Kay; Goff, Bobby (2007)
  • Saddling the whirlwind: exploring an organizational culture of a hybrid library 

    Matveyeva, Susan J.; Deyoe, Nancy (Maryville, MO : Northwest Missouri State University, c2006., 2006-11-03)
    How to cope with the whirlwind of changes with no additional staff or money? The small cataloging unit seeks the answer on this familiar question in its organizational culture that includes a “team” and “hierarchical” ...
  • Sharing a project management experience: SOAR / DSpace upgrade and enhancement 

    Matveyeva, Susan J. (Kansas Library Association. College and University Library Section, 2010-10-15)
    This summer SOAR (Shocker Open Access Repository) was going through major upgrade and enhancement. The software system was upgraded from DSpace 1.4.2 to DSpace 1.6.2. A new Manakin XML UI was built for SOAR. Submission ...
  • Simplified dynamic map administration 

    Mallory, Erik; Deng, Sai; Deyoe, Nancy (Ex-Libris Southcentral Users Group (ELSUG) Meeting 2008, 2008-10-10)
    This presentation introduces the dynamic mapping version 2 at Wichita State University (WSU) Libraries. This Java-based new version added a map administration interface and stores shelving map images in an XML database. ...
  • SOAR Marketing 

    Matveyeva, Susan J. (2008-10-23)
    Presentation promoting SOAR to WSU faculty.
  • Technology, scholarship, culture: Trends in higher education and libraries 

    Forrest, Charles (Wichita State University Libraries, 2008-05-09)
    The 1st part of the seminar was devoted to the examination of the major cultural and environmental trends that shape higher education and create an image of a library as collaborative learning space.
  • Vision for primary care providers 

    Fox, Charles R. (2008)
  • Where we’ve been -- where we’re going: Virtual tour 

    Forrest, Charles (Wichita State University Libraries, 2008-05-09)
    The 2nd part of seminar was focused on historical evolution of libraries' buildings and interiors. During the impressive virtual tour, over 120 pictures of historical and contemporary libraries were presented. The following ...
  • Wichita State University Virtual Herbarium: Filling a critical gap 

    Jameson, Mary Liz; Matveyeva, Susan J.; Russell, F. Leland; Deng, Sai; Scott, Stephen (Kansas State University. Great Plains Plant Systematics Symposium, 2010-10-08)
    The Wichita State University (WSU) Herbarium is an active, regional collection with data that fill an important geographical gap in the Great Plains region. Specimens and associated data are essential in the management ...
  • Wichita State University’s implementation of dynamic mapping in WebVoyage 

    Deyoe, Nancy; Deng, Sai; Mallory, Erik (SCVUGM (South Central Voyager User Group Meeting) 2007, 2007-10-19)
    In this session, presenters from Wichita State University will discuss their implementation of dynamic library location maps in WebVoyage. This feature provides customized map displays in the online public access catalog. ...
  • You want me to select for WHAT: Getting started in a new subject area 

    Williams, Virginia Kay (Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, 2009-12-02)
    Librarians are often assigned collection development responsibilities in unfamiliar subject areas, then struggle to learn about new subjects, assess local needs, and identify major publishers. Even experienced selectors ...