1. Answerland Tutorial


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    This short tutorial was created with a high school audience in mind. It describes what Answerland is, how to use it via chat, email, and text, and gives suggestions for situations where Answerland may be useful. It refers to http://answerland.org, the Oregon library community's statewide virtual reference service.

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    • Social Media in the Library: Discovering Best Practice | A Taylor & Francis webinar


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      Do you want to get more out of your library’s social media accounts? Would you like some new ideas on how to achieve maximum impact from your own social media activity? For key findings from the Taylor & Francis white paper on social media use in the libraries, including case studies and best practice recommendations, listen to the webinar: Social Media in the Library: Discovering Best Practice. For more information on the latest Taylor & Francis white paper, visit http://www.tandf.co.uk/libsite/whitePapers/socialMedia/ The transcript for this video is available here http://www.tandf.co.uk/libsite/pdf/social-media-in-the-library-webinar-transcript.pdf

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      • The Other Bill of Rights: Constitutional Foundations of Librarianship


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        Principles central to American culture, as codified in the U.S. Constitution, are also central to librarianship. In 1939, the American Library Association adopted the Library Bill of Rights, affirming "that all libraries are forums for information and ideas." Ensuring that our citizens are informed, given the freedom to explore interests while protected from personal privacy violations, is imperative to libraries' success. Join Molly Keener, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, for the University's annual Constitution Day lecture to hear how librarianship's Constitutional foundations inform responses to our critical current issues, from freedom of speech to privacy to net neutrality.

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        • When Solo Met IT Webinar


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          March 6, 2013 Webinar Presented by the SLA Solo Librarians and IT Divisions Challenges and Successes of Solo IT Info Pros Panelists: Tammy Bearden David W. Hartman Rana Salzmann

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          • Hitler on Professional Librarianship


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            Hitler rants about what professional librarians should act in a zombie attack. This is the video made by Xiaoli Chen and Kai Li for IST511.

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            • Jill: The MLIS Sack of Skills


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              Syracuse University School of Information Studies professor Jill Hurst-Wahl talks about how she sees graduate study in library and information science.

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              • Dill5 Summer School in Florence 2012 - Questions and Answers Session


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                After listening to R. David Lankes Lecture DILL6 students prepare Questions for him to be answered.

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                • Expect More Introduction


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                  Lankes introduces his new book Expect More: Demanding Better Libraries For Today's Complex World

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                  • The Bad, The Good, and The Great


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                    Bad libraries build collections; good libraries build services (after all a collection is only one type of service); great libraries build communities. In a time of great change and challenges to the very model of higher education, libraries must move beyond a focus on collections to a focus on communities. As new models of instruction (flipped classrooms, inquiry based instruction, etc.) and research emerge (interdisciplinary, large scale, collaborative, data driven), libraries find themselves well positioned – but only if they see their strongest assets as the librarians, not the materials librarians have organized. This talk will look to a new librarianship that moves past artifacts to knowledge and sets a new path.

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                    • Library History: Today and Tomorrow


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                      This video is part six of a six-part video series focusing on the history of libraries. The section focuses on libraries today and tomorrow. The video is intended for use with an online course, but anyone is free to explore the materials. To learn more about the history of libraries, go to http://eduscapes.com/history/future

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