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  • Are E-book Big Deal Bundles Still Valuable? 

    Shrimplin, Aaron K; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2014-11-18)
    The academic e-book market has undergone significant change in the last five years. E-book availability has greatly increased as library demand has grown, with an increasing percentage of library acquisitions preferring ...
  • Change as Opportunity: Re-Vamping LibGuides to Better Engage Students 

    Bazeley, Jennifer W; Natale, Jennifer (2014-11-17)
    Change can be a positive opportunity to evaluate how we engage students with our services and contribute to their success. We will share our experiences surrounding our migration to LibGuides 2.0 and how it presented an ...
  • Engrossed, Enraged, Engaged: Empowering Faculty in Transforming Scholarly Communication 

    Waller, Jen; Bazeley, Jennifer W. (2014-11-10)
    Librarians are deeply invested in the scholarly publishing lifecycle. This investment, in tandem with an evolving scholarly communication system, has encouraged librarians to become advocates for transformation in this ...
  • Creating and Supporting a Borrowable Collection of Portable Digital Technology 

    WIthers, Rob (HighEdWeb Conference, 2012-10-08)
    One University offers a collection of digital equipment, including iPads, laptops, digital cameras, digital audio recorders, microphones, networking cables, projectors and financial/graphing calculators. These items were ...
  • Spanning the University to Improve Information Literacy e-Instruction 

    Miller, LIndsay; Resnis, Eric; Withers, Rob (2010)
    In Fall 2009, the interactive information literacy module "integrity Quickstart"(iQ) was introduced to first and second-year students at Miami University. iQ, which teaches information literacy and academic integrity ...