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Center for Research Libraries’ Webinar on Text/Data Mining, Libraries, and Online Publishers, 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Central Time,Wednesday, July 17, 2013.

This webinar featured updates on the latest industry developments, featuring speakers from the journal publishing world, including:

 

DMPTool Webinar on configuring the DMPTool.

We have the slides (with bibliography) and recording available. You’ll find it linked from the Webinar page on the DMPTool blog, along with information about upcoming webinars:

http://blog.dmptool.org/webinar-series/

 

" Sparking Innovation in your Library: Lessons from Startup, R&D, and Venture Capital.”& #160;

 The archived webcast recording is available at:

URL: learningtimesevents.org/acrl/sparking-innovation-in-your-library/

Password:  innovate

Once you’re logged into the page, click on the blue “Play Recording” button to view the archived webcast.  You can also download the PowerPoint from this page. 

 

  How to Help Promote Your Book and Build Your Brand . Paul Signorelli led a fantastic session and engaged a group of your fellow authors in an informative discussion.

The recording of the session is available at: http://goo.gl/9soKK.

If you'd like to access Paul's slides directly, they are on SlideShare at: http://goo.gl/bhBJW

 

Below are the questions that remained unanswered at the conclusion of Wednesday’s ALCTS webinar, Mobilizing the Library.

Q: What have you done for android users?  And how responsive is your 3rd party app designer to updating APIs?

 We started with an iOS app because well over 70% of our mobile users were coming from Apple devices - the remaining 30% were a mix of Android, and other systems, so the cost / benefit ratio wasn't worth it at that stage. Our plans for a responsive web environment will address all devices and platforms in the future.

 Our developer is local and very responsive, so changes can be addressed in a timely fashion. I think it's important to develop expectations with contractors about timelines, and ensure that people doing mobile development can keep up with the fast-paced change that users expect.

  Q: I know they mentioned the number of downloads there have been for the app.  DO they know if students are regularly using the mobile app?  Have they tested satisfaction? 

 We have Flurry Analytics embedded in the app, so we do know how much use it's getting. We have nearly 1400 unique users, who have run over 16,000 sessions on the app. on average, people are using the app twice a week, and sessions average around a minute per use.

 We did user testing after our initial release, not to test satisfaction, but to test usability. We asked several individual students to undertake a series of tasks, and recorded their screens and audio to identify trouble spots. Based on their experiences, we recommended changes, particularly to the search interface, that were integrated in the next version of the app.

  Q: How fast do you iterate on releases and does the itunes store delay cause problems?

 We have been releasing updates as we make design changes, or fix bugs. We're on our 5th release since we launched the app. I think it's important to continue to demonstrate enhancements - you can't just build it and leave it.

 The iTunes store delay hasn't caused problems. We find there's a predictable 10 day delay from the time we upload new code to the store until it's available for download, so we can build that in to our planning. Our developer is also very familiar with the requirements, so it makes it a little easier to manage the intricacies of the store.

 Here is a link to the MacEwan Lib app in the itunes store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/macewan-lib/id560563156?mt=8&uo=4   

 ALCTS "Mobilizing the Library" webinar presented by Sonya Betz and Robert Zylstra. We hope you enjoyed it.

  Webinar Materials

 •  Webinar Recording -  http://downloads.alcts.ala.org/ce/05152013_Mobilizing_the_Library.wmv

 You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

 How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .

 •  Presentation Slides – http://downloads.alcts.ala.org/ce/05152013_Mobilizing_the_Library.pdf

 

 ALCTS "Programmatic Changes to the LC/NACO Authority File for RDA" webinar presented by Dave Reser. We hope you enjoyed it.

  Webinar Materials

 •  Webinar Recording -  http://youtu.be/XSxbQnM0CTc You will only be able to access the webinar using this link. It has not been made public on the ALCTS YouTube page.

 •  Presentation Slides – http://downloads.alcts.ala.org/ce/05082013_Programmatic_Changes.pdf

 

  April 24 NISO/DCMI Webinar: Deployment of RDA (Resource Description and Access) Cataloging and its Expression as Linked Data.

The website, with slides from the event, is located at: http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/dcmi/rda/

The archive of the webinar is available at the link below. If you have any trouble viewing this archive, please contact  nisohq@niso.org. We hope that you enjoyed this event and found it a useful learning experience. If you have any questions or suggestions for future events, please don't hesitate to contact us.

View and/or Download Recording: 

https://niso.webex.com/niso/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=74817392&rKey=ba885c6b47a942be  

 Password: RDA (all caps)

 

Teaching Information Literacy with Discovery Tools on April 24, 2013 using WebEx.

The recording of today's session is available at https://alapublishing.webex.com/alapublishing/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=6757192&rKey=9f91ff377424356f

Today's slides are available at http://www.slideshare.net/ALATechSource/teaching-information-literacy-with-discovery-tools

Nancy Fawley's Learning Outcomes are available at http://www.slideshare.net/ALATechSource/learning-outcomes-19964242  

 

Developing an IT Metric Report Card.-- purchased as a DVD instead of a Webinar.--Held in the IT Office

ACRL e-learning webcast, " When a Librarian met an Archivist: Collaborating to teach and promote the special collections and archives.”  The archived webcast recording is available at:

  http://learningtimesevents.org/acrl/when-a-librarian-met-an-archivist/

Password:  archivist

Once you’re logged into the page, click on the blue “Play Recording” button to view the archived webcast.  You can also download the PowerPoint from this page.

Thank you very much for attending NISO's February 20 Virtual   Conference Future   Perfect: How Libraries Are Implementing Emerging Technologies.

The website, with   slides from the event, is located at: http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/virtual/future/

The archive of the   webinar is available at the below link. If you have any trouble viewing this   archive, please contact  nisohq@niso.org. We hope that you enjoyed   this event and found it a useful learning experience. If you have any   questions or suggestions for future events, please don't hesitate to contact   us.

View   and/or Download Recording: https://niso.webex.com/niso/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=73492237&rKey=871efc470c913723 

Password:   futureperfect

 NISO/DCMI webinar on BibFrame are available in the links below. 

Slides:  http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/dcmi/bibframework/

Audio:  https://niso.webex.com/niso/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=72909477&rKey=a859daf66e1e0310


Date: Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 2:33 PM
:NISO/DCMI Webinar: Translating the Library Catalog from MARC into Linked Data

NISO December 12 webinar, "Connecting the Dots: Constellations in the Linked Data Universe"

The website, with slides from the event, is located at:  http://www.niso.org/news/events/2012/nisowebinars/linked_data/ 

Connecting the Dots: Constellations in the Linked Data Universe

View and/or Download Recording:  https://niso.webex.com/niso/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=72261372&rKey=f896a825649dde0e

Password: constellations

 

What Would Walt Do?: Quality Customer Service for Libraries, this week's WebJunction webinar presented in collaboration with ALA's Learning Round Table. If you were able to attend the webinar, thank you for your participation.

You can now view the archived recording, slides, chat, and related links for the session on WebJunction at http://www.webjunction.org/events/webjunction/What_Would_Walt_Do.html.

NASIG Webinar, Publisher Metadata in Library Systems and How It Helps the User, presented by Steven Shadle on December 6 th, 2012.  The recording of this webinar is now available, and can be accessed via the following URL:  https://nasig.webex.com/nasig/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=6132427&rKey=83759ebbe4eb0d46  (57 mins).

ACRL e-learning webcast, " Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research.”  The archived webcast recording is available at:

 URL:  http://learningtimesevents.org/acrl/curation-as-a-form-of-collaborative-research/

Password:  curate

 

ALCTS webinar, "RDA for the Non-Cataloger: What’s in It for You?" presented by Lori Robare. We hope you enjoyed it.

Webinar Materials

•  Webinar Recording -  http://downloads.alcts.ala.org/ce/103112_RDAforthenoncataloger.wmv

You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .

•  Presentation Slides – http://downloads.alcts.ala.org/ce/103112_RDAforthenoncataloger.pdf

 Below are the links to all three of the webinars from this week.

The How and Why of Research: What Is the Rock in Your Shoe?

An ALCTS Virtual Preconference

June 12–14, 2012

“The How and Why of Research: “What is the Rock in Your Shoe?” will provide insight and guidance into the world of research, encouraging attendees to discover the research possibilities inherent in their daily work. The program will demonstrate how valid research questions can grow out of practical professional quandaries. It will teach attendees how to choose appropriate questions to investigate; how to design effective research strategies; and will explore avenues for sharing results with colleagues. The program aims to demystify the research process and encourage all information professionals to contribute to the body of knowledge in the discipline.

ALCTS Virtual Preconference Sessions

Date

Title

Presenter

Tuesday,   June 12

Avoiding   the Research Rubbish Bin: How to Begin a Research Project

Allyson   Carlyle

Wednesday,   June 13

From   Curiosity to Concept: Developing a Research Plan from Everyday Library Issues

Steven   A. Knowlton

Thursday,   June 14

Bringing   your Work to Press: The Peer Review Process

Sandy   Roe

 You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:

The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 

If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .

Tuesday, June 12

Webinar Materials

•  Webinar Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project.wmv

•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project_slides.pdf

 

Wednesday, June 13

•  Session Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06132012_ACprecon_how_why_research_develop_plan.wmv

•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06132012_ACprecon_how_why_research_develop_plan_slides.pdf

•  Questions and Answers – For those of you interested in the book mentioned by Allyson Carlyle during the webinar, she recommends: John Trimble's “Writing With Style,” 2nd edition (there's a third, but she likes this chapter in the 2nd ed. the best), chapter 6 "Closers" for writing conclusions.

 

Thursday, June 14

•  Session Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06142012_ACPrecon_how_why_research_peer_review_recording.wmv

•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06142012_ACPrecon_how_why_research_peer_review.ppt

 

Thank you for attending today’s ALCTS virtual preconference session, "Bringing your Work to Press: The Peer Review Process," presented by Sandy Roe. We hope you enjoyed it.

Participant Evaluation

Please take a few minutes to fill out our online evaluation form.  Your feedback is very important to us.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8BYPLX6

Session Materials

•  Session Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06142012_ACPrecon_how_why_research_peer_review_recording.wmv

You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .


•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06142012_ACPrecon_how_why_research_peer_review.ppt

•S S S S S S S S S S   Questions and Answers - Any unanswered questions from today’s webinar will be sent to the presenter for a response.  The final questions file will be sent to you as soon as it becomes available

Thank you for attending today’s ALCTS virtual preconference session, "From Curiosity to Concept: Developing a Research Plan from Everyday Library Issues," presented by Steven A. Knowlton. We hope you enjoyed it.

Participant Evaluation

Please take a few minutes to fill out our online evaluation form.  Your feedback is very important to us.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HSLNSLP

Session Materials

•  Session Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06132012_ACprecon_how_why_research_develop_plan.wmv

You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .


•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/06132012_ACprecon_how_why_research_develop_plan_slides.pdf

•S S S S S S S S S S   Questions and Answers – For those of you interested in the book mentioned by Allyson Carlyle during the webinar, she recommends: John Trimble's “Writing With Style,” 2nd edition (there's a third, but she likes this chapter in the 2nd ed. the best), chapter 6 "Closers" for writing conclusions

Qualitative research and evaluation methods /

by Michael Quinn Patton.

 

Main Author:  Patton, Michael Quinn.

Other Names:  Patton, Michael Quinn.

Published:  Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2002.

Edition:  3rd ed.

Topics:  Social sciences - Methodology. | Evaluation research (Social action programs) | Social Sciences. | Evaluation Studies. | Research - methods. | Research Design. 

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:   Main Stacks

 c.1 Temporarily Shelved at: Applied Health Sciences Reserves

Call Number:   300.723 P27q2002

Text me this call number

Copy:   1

Status:   Available


Foundations of behavioral research /

Fred N. Kerlinger, Howard B. Lee.

 

Main Author:  Kerlinger, Fred N.

Other Names:  Lee, Howard B.

Published:  Fort Worth, TX : Harcourt College Publishers, c2000.

Edition:  4th ed.

Topics:  Psychology - Research. | Sociology - Research. | Psychology - Statistical methods. | Sociology - Statistical methods. | Behavioral Sciences - methods | Research | Psychology - Methodology. | Social sciences - Methodology. 

 

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:   Undergrad

Call Number:   BF76.5 .K4 2000

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Copy:   1

Status:   Available


Social research methods : qualitative and quantitative approaches /

W. Lawrence Neuman.

 

Main Author:  Neuman, William Lawrence

Published:  Boston : Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, c2006.

Edition:  6th ed.

Topics:  Sociology - Research - Methodology. | Social sciences - Research - Methodology. 

 

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:   Education

Call Number:   301.01 N397s2006

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Copy:   1

Status:   c.1 - Renewed(Due: August 14, 2012)


Educational research : planning, conducting, and evaluating quantitative and qualitative research /

John W. Creswell.

 

Main Author:  Creswell, John W.

Published:  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, c2008.

Edition:  3rd ed.

Topics:  Eğitim - Araştırma - Metodoloji. | Education - Research - Methodology. 

Online Access: Table of contents only

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:   Oak Street Facility [request only]

Call Number:   370.72 C864e2008

Text me this call number

Copy:   1

Status:   c.1 - Renewed(Due: June 14, 2012)

 


Research methods in education /

Louis Cohen, Lawrence Manion and Keith Morrison.

 

Main Author:  Cohen, Louis

Other Names:  Manion, Lawrence. | Morrison, Keith 

Published:  London ; Routledge, 2007.

Edition:  6th ed.

Topics:  Education - Research. | Education - Research - Great Britain. 

Online Access: Table of contents only

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:   Education

Call Number:   370.78 C66r2007

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Copy:   1

Status:   c.1 – Overdue


Demystifying dissertation writing : a streamlined process from choice of topic to final text /

Peg Boyle Single ; foreword by Richard M. Reis.

 

Main Author:  Single, Peg Boyle

Published:  Sterling, Va. : Stylus, c2010.

Edition:  1st ed.

Topics:  Dissertations, Academic - Authorship. | Academic writing. | Dissertation. | Wissenschaftliche Literatur. 

 

Library:    Roosevelt University

Location:    Chicago Circulating Books--Auditorium 10th Floor

Call Number:    LB2369 .S55 2009

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Status:    Available

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Library:    Illinois State University

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Library:    Eastern Illinois University

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Library:    Trinity International University

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Library:    University of Illinois at Chicago

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Destination dissertation : a traveler's guide to a done dissertation /

Sonja K. Foss and William Waters.

 

Main Author:  Foss, Sonja K.

Other Names:  Waters, William Joseph Condon.

Published:  Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2007.

Topics:  Dissertations, Academic - Authorship - Handbooks, manuals, etc. | Academic writing - Handbooks, manuals, etc. | Thèses et écrits académiques. | Écriture savante. 

 

Library:    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Location:    Education

 c.1 Temporarily Shelved at: Education Reserves

Call Number:    808.02 F79d

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Status:    Available

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Library:    Eastern Illinois University

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Library:    University of Illinois at Chicago

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Library:    Northern Illinois University

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From: Alyssa Novak [ mailto:anovak@ala.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 2:17 PM
To: Julie Reese
Cc: Christine McConnell; esorrell@csusb.edu; Allyson Carlyle; Susan C. Wynne; Aycock, Mary; Wright, Lynda W
Subject: ALCTS Virtual Preconference "Avoiding the Research Rubbish Bin: How to Begin a Research Project" - Evaluation Form & Materials

 

Dear Preconference Attendees,
 
Thank you for attending today’s ALCTS virtual preconference session, "Avoiding the Research Rubbish Bin: How to Begin a Research Project," presented by Allyson Carlyle. We hope you enjoyed it.

Participant Evaluation

Please take a few minutes to fill out our online evaluation form.  Your feedback is very important to us.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/X83V86P

Webinar Materials

•  Webinar Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project.wmv

You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .


•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project_slides.pdf

•  Questions and Answers - Any unanswered questions from today’s webinar will be sent to the presenter for a response.  The final questions file will be sent to you as soon as it becomes available.



ALCTS ALA Annual preconference: “The How and Why of Research: What Is the
Rock in Your Shoe?”
June 12 - 14, 2012.

Webinar Materials

•  Webinar Recording -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project.wmv

You will need to have the Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording.

How to Troubleshoot a Codec Error:
The Codec acts as a patch that allows the recording, which is created with a higher version of Media Player, to play in version 7. 
If you receive a Codec Error when playing the recorded file with Windows Media Player, go to the following web page and download the G2M2 codec file for free: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec .


•  Presentation Slides -  http://alcts.ala.org/ce/061212_ACprecon_how_why_research_begin_project_slides.pdf

•  Questions and Answers - Any unanswered questions from today’s webinar will be sent to the presenter for a response.  The final questions file will be sent to you as soon as it becomes available.

 

*Tuesday, June 12  * “Avoiding the Research Rubbish Bin: How to Begin a Research Project” with
Allyson Carlyle,  University of Washington Information School.

*Wednesday, June 13*
“From Curiosity to Concept: Developing a Research Plan from Everyday
Library Issues” with Steven A. Knowlton, University of Memphis.

*Thursday, June 14 *
“Bringing your Work to Press: The Peer Review Process” with Sandy Roe,
Illinois State University and editor, Cataloging and Classification
Quarterly.

This is just to let you know that all of the RDA presentation materials from 05/16 and 05/23 are now available on the CAM website at

 

http://www.library.illinois.edu/cam/training/index.html

 

Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions.

 

Atoma

 

Here is the recording from yesterday's webinar:  http://library.uncg.edu/info/distance_education/internationalgovdocs/internationalgovdocs.html   The slides are available from here: http://www.nclaonline.org/government-resources/grs-past-events

And if you joined us please fill out our evaluation form: http://tinyurl.com/grs-eval15

And please join us for the next one: http://lyndamk.com/2012/04/18/help-webinar-series-is-one-year-old-and-still-kicking/  It is the same day as the GODORT webinar unfortunately, but it is not at the same time. It could be a double-header!


 

 

Thank you for attending 10 Steps to a User-Friendly Library Website on January 25, 2012 using WebEx.You can view the archive at https://alapublishing.webex.com/alapublishing/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=4725907&rKey=c4ae5cf7c84406ee

The follow-up blog post, which contains Today's slides, is available at http://www.alatechsource.org/blog/2012/01/continuing-the-conversation-10-steps-to-a-user-friendly-library-website.html

 

Thank you very much for attending NISO/DCMI's November 16 webinar, "The RDA Vocabularies: Implementation, Extensions, and Mapping."

 

The website, with slides from the event, is located at:  http://www.niso.org/news/events/2011/dcmi/rda/.

The archive of the webinar is available at the below link. If you have any trouble viewing this archive, please contact  nisohq@niso.org. We hope that you enjoyed this event and found it a useful learning experience. If you have any questions or suggestions for future events, please don't hesitate to contact us.

The RDA Vocabularies: Implementation, Extension, and Mapping

View Recording:  https://meetingconnect.webex.com/meetingconnect/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=65336677&rKey=77da287eb0b48e6b 

Password: dcmiQHQ9WB9

 

The North Carolina Library Association's Government Resources Section have two sessions coming up in November. Join us for legislative histories on Nov 9 and maps on Nov 16. More info on both is below.

 

Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian presents ...Beginner’s Guide to Legislative History (Rebecca Hyman, Reference and Outreach Librarian, and Steve Case, Access Services Librarian, State Library of North Carolina)

The Government Resources Section of the North Carolina Library Association welcomes you to a series of webinars designed to help us all do better reference work by increasing our familiarity with government information resources, and by discovering the best strategies for navigating them.

 

Online

Upcoming Webinars

 

2013

 

2012

 

march 2011

Thanks for participating in the ACRL e-learning webcast, " The Not-So-Distant Librarian.”  The archived webcast recording is available at:
 
http://www.learningtimes.net/acrl02222011/


Please enter the log-in and password below to access the recording:
 
username:  acrl02222011

password:  distant


Once you’re logged into the page, click on the yellow “View Webcast” button to view the archived webcast.  You can also download the PowerPoint file by click on the link.  
 
Fall 2011


 

The first of five upcoming online workshops on RDA (Resource Description and Access) will take place Wednesday, August 31 st, 2011 from 1 pm to 2 pm in 295 UGL.

 

 Recommendations from the RDA Test: Where Do We Go from Here

 

Review of the findings and recommendations concerning the RDA implementation presented in the Report and Recommendations of the U.S. RDA Test Coordinating Committee that highlights key findings and the basis for those findings. Discussion of the rationale behind the specific recommendations and timelines and strategies for individuals and institutions preparing for the RDA implementation.

 

Who Should Attend?

Anyone wanting to learn about RDA.

 

Presenters

Barbara Bushman is the Assistant Head, Cataloging Section, National Library of Medicine. Prior to coming to NLM in 2006 she held a variety of positions at UCLA including Special Projects Cataloger at the UCLA Law Library; Assistant Head, Catalog & Bindery Division, UCLA Biomedical Library; and Sciences and Hebrew/Judaica Cataloger, UCLA Cataloging & Metadata Center. Ms. Bushman serves as one of the NLM's representatives on the U.S. RDA Test Coordinating Committee. In addition she is a member of the ALCTS CCS RDA Planning and Training Task Force and previously served as the PCC liaison to the ALCTS RDA Implementation Task Force. Ms. Bushman has previously presented on the U.S. RDA test for the Special Libraries Association, the American Library Association, and the Federal Library and Information Center Committee. . She received her MLIS from UCLA.

 

Regina Romano Reynolds is ISSN Coordinator at the Library of Congress and former head of the National Serials Data Program, now called the U.S. ISSN Center. She has been trying to tame various e-serials beasts since the late 1980’s when they first began to seek ISSN. She co-chairs an internal LC group coordinating the development of projects related to the recommendations of LC’s Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control and is a member of the U.S. National Libraries RDA Test Steering Committee. A frequent speaker at conferences and meetings held around the world, she is the incoming co-chair of the working group which will revise ISO 8:1977, the Presentation of Periodicals, and currently serves on NISO’s PIE-J Working Group, which is developing recommended practices for the presentation and identification of e-journals. Reynolds was the 1999 recipient of the Ulrich’s Serials Librarian Award and the 2004 winner of NASIG’s Marcia Tuttle International Grant. Reynolds has an A.M.L.S. (Beta Phi Mu) from the University of Michigan

 

There are many workflows available for the cataloging process using RDA. One example is:

http://www.rda-jsc.org/docs/5rda-fulldraft-workflow-book.pdf

 

Another is a separate workflow from the JSC that discusses transcription:

http://www.rda-jsc.org/docs/5rda-fulldraft-workflow-transcription.pdf

 

 

NCSU’s site for the RDA test has a lot of good documentation:

https://staff.lib.ncsu.edu/confluence/display/MNC/RDA+Test

 

For example, a document which LC created for the RDA test that compares fields under both sets of rules can be found at:

https://staff.lib.ncsu.edu/confluence/download/attachments/17600159/LC+AACR2+RDA+Book+Examples.doc?version=1&modificationDate=1284640944000

 

NCSU’s workflow for a single part monograph is at:

https://staff.lib.ncsu.edu/confluence/display/MNC/Single+Part+Monograph+RDA+Test+Workflow

 

ALCTS Spring 2011

Five webinars about RDA will be offered as a series between January and June 2011. They are:

February 2 Changes from AACR2 to RDA. Part 1 Adam Schiff
February 9 Changes from AACR2 to RDA. Part 2 Adam Schiff
February 17 RDA Ask-the-Experts Webinar Linda Gabel, Erin Stalberg, Trina Grover, Kathryn La Barre
March 2 RDA and Serials Catalogers Steve Schadle
March 16 Linked Library Data Corey Harper
March 23 The Fine Art of Weeding Keri Cascio
April 6 Preparing Copy Catalogers for RDA Irina Kandarasheva and Mark Wilson

Webinar Archives

 

 

 2010

For those of you who were unable to come to the NISO webinar on Managing Data Sets for Scholarly Content, see below for instructions on how to access the archive.

 

NISO Data Sets Webinar Archive

View Recording: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/niso/view?id=JB3Z3H&pw=B%22f%3F8M8

 

If you have trouble with the above link, you can also access the archive by:

1 - Go to Recording URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/niso/view

2 - Enter: Recording ID: JB3Z3H

3 - Enter: Attendee Key: B"f?8M8

 

 

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