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  • Taming the Communication Beast: Using LibGuides for Intra-Library Communication 

    Yoose, Becky; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2014-05-13)
    Presentation given at the Library Technology Conference on March 16, 2011. Using LibGuides for communication between technical services and other library departments.
  • Teaching Communities of Faculty About Scholarly Communication 

    Bazeley, Jennifer W; Waller, Jen (2015-01-27)
    This article by Jennifer Bazeley and Jen Waller originally appeared on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog as “Faculty Learning Communities are a positive way for libraries to engage academic staff in scholarly ...
  • Technical Services Transparency: Using a LibGuide to Expose the Mysteries of Technical Services 

    Bazeley, Jennifer W; Yoose, Becky (2013-06-04)
    Technical services departments in academic libraries have long struggled to communicate effectively with other library departments, particularly public services departments. As academic libraries acquire large numbers of ...
  • Technical skills for new digital librarians 

    Tzoc, Elias; Millard, John (2012-10-12)
    The purpose of this paper is to analyze the current technical skills being sought for digital librarian positions, as well as provide a basic exploration of the list of technical courses offered by major library school ...
  • This Could Take a While 

    Ladd, Marcus (2015-01-30)
    Reflections after the first year of a student-aided digitization project. The Bowden Postcard Collection contains a staggering 480,000 postcards, spanning the entire 20th century and the entire globe. The project already ...
  • Transfer 2.0 and Beyond! An Update 

    Devenport, Tim; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2013-06-04)
    e-Journals often get transferred between publishers, whether because of change in commercial ownership (by acquisitions and disposals) or because the owner (frequently a society) takes the opportunity to partner with a ...
  • Transfer 2.0 and Beyond! An Update 

    Devenport, Tim; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2014-05-13)
    Presentation given at the Charleston Conference on November 3, 2011. Information about Project Transfer (v. 2.0) for librarians and publishers.
  • Usage Statistics in the Real World: Two Perspectives 

    Bazeley, Jennifer W; Beals, Nancy (2014-05-13)
    Presentation given at the Great Lakes E-Summit on October 11, 2012. Managing e-resource usage statistics.
  • User Studies with Camtasia 

    Benzing, Matthew (2015-02-12)
    A presentation on using the Camtasia tutorial creation software to collect and document user studies.
  • Using Google Glass to Teach Privacy (and sharing) 

    Waller, Jen (2015-02-22)
    Google Glass is Google’s latest consumer technology and is a wearable, head mounted computer that acts like a voice-activated, hands free smartphone. Hailed by some and reviled by others, Glass provides a peek into the ...
  • The Value of Purchasing E-book Collections from a Large Publisher 

    Shrimplin, Aaron K.; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2013-06-04)
    The academic e-book market is in the midst of rapid change and development. While e-books are still a relatively small percentage of library collections, sales are growing and libraries appear ready to ramp up their e-book ...
  • The Value of Purchasing E-Books From a Large Publisher (Springer E-Books) 

    Shrimplin, Aaron; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2014-05-13)
    Presentation given at the Charleston Conference on November 3, 2011. Usage analysis of Springer e-books at Miami University Libraries.
  • The Value of Purchasing E-Books From a Large Publisher: A Usage-based Analysis of Oxford University Press E-Books 

    Shrimplin, Aaron; Bazeley, Jennifer W (2014-05-13)
    Presentation given at the Acquisitions Institute (Timberline) on May 20, 2012. Usage analysis of Oxford University Press e-books at Miami University Libraries.
  • Will Lightning Strike? 

    Hartsell-Gundy, Arianne (2014-03-26)
  • With the Help of Students and Donors 

    Ladd, Marcus (2015-01-30)
    This poster featured reflections on the first eighteen months of a long-term student-powered project to digitize a large and still-growing cultural heritage collection. Included were strategies developed for anticipating ...