- Creating Connections through Collections: Assessing Diversity of a Teacher Resource Collection in an Academic Library
Through exploring relevant literature, collection assessment methods, and the challenges of defining and assessing diversity in collections, this poster describes the process of evaluating diversity in a collection of teacher resources at an academic library situated in a large culturally and economically diverse community.
- Facebook PR for Archives at Winona State: How a University Used Facebook to Expose Their Archival Collections to the Campus
The university archives at Winona State has raised its campus profile and use through short videos on the University's Facebook page as part of a Throwback Thursdays theme.
- Facilitating Exploratory Search Beyond the Work Level
The Reading Chicago Reading project explores how readers across the City of Chicago have experienced the One Book One Chicago program over the past 15 years.
- Finding the Right Words: Bringing Text Accessibility to the Digital Library
A small group of staff interested in the implementation of OCR and greater text accessibility across the libraries of a public university began gathering in early 2016 to determine use cases, user requirements, and likely targets for bringing OCR into workflows across the organization. Based on those early discussions, two digital production workflows were selected to begin experimenting with this work: the interlibrary
- Found You! Identifying and Accessing Hidden Collections
In 2010, the University of North Texas Libraries attempted to identify, document, and increase access to those materials.
- Mobile Apps in Academia: Where Do They Belong?
Libraries have an opportunity to provide materials and services to a large population of users via mobile and new patterns of collection development and resource support are emerging to support this demand.