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  • E-Resource Statistics: What to do when you have no money 

    Walker, Mary (Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, 2009-02-10)
    Tracking statistics and cost-per-use is more important than ever as budgets continue to shrink. ERMS (Electronic Resource Management Systems) are great but what if you can’t afford one? Using spreadsheets to track ...
  • Enhancing workflow through batch import from Excel to DSpace 

    Deng, Sai; Matveyeva, Susan J.; Khan, Baseer (Kansas Library 2010 Conference., 2010-04-08)
    This presentation will address WSU Libraries' implementation of external programming to enhance workflow in its institutional Repository, SOAR (Shocker Open Access Repository). It will discuss several cases including the ...
  • ERMS Implementation: creating order where there is chaos 

    Walker, Mary (Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, 2009-02-11)
    Implementing 360 Resource Manager and 360 Counter from Serials Solutions has been an adventure. Once the software was activated, the real fun began. High expectations, lots of determination and a little elbow grease have ...
  • Extending the learning process: using the theory of connectivism to inspire student collaboration 

    Mallon, Melissa N. (Kansas Library Association College & University Libraries Section Proceedings, 2013)
    For years, library instruction has taken place in 50-minute class periods in the library. Librarians have traditionally demonstrated various research tools, occasionally provided students with the opportunity for hands-on ...
  • FRBR Training 

    Deng, Sai (Wichita State University Libraries, 2011-09-20)
    This presentation introduces “Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records” (FRBR), a conceptual model the new cataloging standard “Resource Description and Access” (RDA) is built on. It gives a detailed explanation ...
  • From scratch: developing an effective mentoring program 

    Zhang, Sha Li; Deyoe, Nancy; Matveyeva, Susan J. (Internet Chinese Librarians Club, 2007-12)
    Formal mentoring programs are increasingly recognized as a means of recruitment and retention in a library setting. An effective mentoring program assists new librarians with diverse backgrounds in their professional growth ...
  • From vision to occupancy: Design process and implementation 

    Forrest, Charles (Wichita State University Libraries, 2008-05-09)
    The 3rd part of WheatShocker seminar included a group discussion, exercise on the topic of library design, and the presentation described the stages of the capital project development cycle.
  • Gibraltar 

    Madway, Lorraine (Brill, 2010)
  • Going Mobile: the In's and Out's of an Academic Mobile Site 

    Walker, Mary; Holt, Ronda (Kansas Library Association Conference, 2011-04-06)
    More people are joining the mobile society and libraries are beginning to provide on the go library service. There are several types of mobile devices, including cell phones, smartphones, PDAs, the iPad, etc. One-third ...
  • Going Mobile: the In's and Out's of an Academic Library Mobile Site 

    Walker, Mary; Holt, Ronda (2010-10-15)
    More people are joining the mobile society and libraries are beginning to provide on the go library service. There are several types of mobile devices including cell phones, Smartphones, PDAs, the iPad, etc. One-third ...
  • Grants 101 for Educators 

    Williams, Virginia Kay (2007-02-23)
  • Graphic novels in libraries supporting teacher education and librarianship programs 

    Williams, Virginia Kay; Peterson, Damen V. (Association of Library Collections and Technical Services, 2009)
    Academic libraries supporting education and library science programs collect juvenile literature to support courses that teach students to evaluate and use books with children and teenagers. Graphic novels have not only ...
  • How to establish a successful institutional repository in a small or medium-sized academic institution 

    Matveyeva, Susan J. (2011-10-21)
    The presentation is focused on a concept of an institutional repository designed for a medium-sized or small colleges and universities. This concept takes into consideration the needs of smaller institutions and the niche ...
  • Human ecological complexity; epistemological implications of social networking and emerging curriculum theories 

    Gilstrap, Donald L. (University of Alberta, 2011)
    This article explores the growing use of social networking among contemporary students and researchers in education. It is argued that social networking systems exhibit many of the characteristics of complex systems, ...
  • “I cannot tell what the dickens his name is”: Name Disambiguation in Institutional Repositories 

    Walker, Lizzy; Armstrong, Michelle (Pacific University Libraries, 2014-04)
    INTRODUCTION Authors who publish under more than one form of their name, multiple authors with the same name, and incomplete author information can all create challenges for repository staff when entering metadata. Unless ...
  • Identifying Serials Trends through Twenty Years of NASIG Conference Proceedings: A Content Analysis 

    Garner, June; Davidson, Karen; Williams, Virginia Kay (2008-06)
    The North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG), founded in 1985, holds annual conferences to promote communication among librarians, publishers, subscription agents, and others in the serials information chain. The ...
  • Implement online dissertations to support global learning environment 

    Downes, Kathy A.; Matveyeva, Susan J.; Zhang, Sha Li (Wichita State University, 2004-11-10)
    Presented at the Information Technology Conference, Wichita State University, 2004
  • Implementing Shocker Open Access Repository 

    Matveyeva, Susan J. (Kansas Library Association, 2008-04-09)
    With implementation of SOAR (Shocker Open Access Repository), Wichita State University faculty, staff, and students received a secure electronic database to store and access their works, educational material, and university ...
  • Indy $500: Race to the shops 

    Miller, Willie; Huisman, Rhonda K. (American Library Association, 2013)
    The article offers travel tips for Indianapolis, Indiana, host city of Association of College and Research Libraries 2013, and includes recommendations for shopping, sightseeing, and bookshops.