Monthly Archives: December 2010

Two good articles from Current Cites

Volume 56, Issue 1 of Current Cites came out just before Christmas (subscribe here). It had two articles that I found particularly interesting; the first an article by Keith Webster of the University of Queensland, discussing the conversion of the … Continue reading

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LIANZA conference papers online

The presentations and powerpoints from the LIANZA conference were published a little while ago. You can see videos and (PDFs of) presentations here. Two I liked were: Carol Tenepir on ways of quantifying thevalue of academic libraries – critical incident … Continue reading

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Discussing college students, Meredith Farkas asks ‘what do they really need?‘ She discusses innovations such as screencasting and federated searching, noting that they may seem like good ideas, but might not be ideal for her particular library’s population – we … Continue reading

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