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2018 Fall Workshop

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Technical Services

North Carolina A&T State University

October 19, 2018

Program

Keynote :  Developing a Social Justice Mindset in Technical Services (pptx)

Ione T. Damasco, University of Dayton

Accessibility for All: training librarians and auditing materials for accessibility issues

Beth Bernhardt and Sam Harlow, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Utilizing Course Work as Building Blocks to Prepare and Preserve a University’s History

            Iyanna Sims, Netta S. Cox, and James Stewart, North Carolina A&T State University

Completing the A&T Story: Recovering Lost Institutional Histories Through Archival, Biographical, and Genealogical Research

            James Stewart, North Carolina A&T State University

Building Diverse Collections: Barriers, Assessment, and Solutions

            Jessica Zellers, Western Carolina University

Lightning Rounds

Streaming media - Kate Hill, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

The Case for OERs at HBCUs - Kate Silton, North Carolina A&T State University

NC Metadata Connect - Anna Craft and Tiffany Henry, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Patricia Dragon, East Carolina University

2016 Fall Workshop

New Directions in Technical Services

North Carolina A&T State University

October 7, 2016

Program


An Update: Introduction to BIBFRAME and Linked Data 

Elizabeth Cramer and Andrea Leonard, Appalachian State University

Watch This! Including Streaming Video in Our Collections

Angela Dresselhaus, East Carolina University and Christine Fischer, UNC Greensboro

Supporting Research Data: Public and Technical Services Collaboration

Lynda Kellam and Anna Craft, UNC Greensboro

OERs and Alt-Texts in Tech Services: How to Get the Job Done

Cindy Shirkey and Lisa Barricella, East Carolina University

OERs and Alt-Texts in Tech Services: How to Get the Job Done

Beth Bernhardt, UNC Greensboro

2010 Fall Workshop

Navigating the New Frontier

UNC Greensboro

September 30, 2010

Program

Keynote:  The New Information Landscape: Technical Services Futures (ppt)

Bradford Eden, UC Santa Barbara

Beyond Books: Cataloging Non-Print Resources (ppt)

Rachel Holderied, Elon University and Lynne Brisko, Guilford Technical Community College

Pioneering E-book Reader Lending at a Public Library, University Library, and Community College Library
Part 1 (ppt), Part 2 (ppt), Part 3

David Woodbury, North Carolina State University, Kimberley Balcos, Central Piedmont Community College, and Ruth Ann Copley, Davidson County Public Library System

User-Centered Collection Development: Purchase On-Demand
Part 1 (ppt), Part 2 (ppt), Part 3

James Harper, North Carolina State University, Christine Fischer, UNC Greensboro, and William Gee, East Carolina University

Community Analysis for Public Librarians

Patrick Valentine, East Carolina University

Open Journal Systems (OJS): AN Open-Source Software for Publishing Electronic Journals, Newsletters, & Serials (ppt)

Stephen Dew, UNC Greensboro

Recycle, Repair, or Rebind: Diagnosing Damaged Books

Krisan Gregson, Wake Technical Community College

Technical Services Today: "Living with the New Normal"
Part 1 (ppt), Part 2 (ppt), Part 3 (ppt)

Mary Rose Adkins, UNC Charlotte, Gloria Kelly, Central Piedmont Community College and Linda Raymond, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Making E-Resources Accessible from the Catalog (ppt)

Yan Wang, Central Piedmont community College

2008 Spring Workshop

Living on a New Frontier!

Wake Technical Community College

May 22, 2008

Program

Registration

Keynote: The New Diaspora: The Dispersal of Bibliographic Control in a Collaborative Universe, An Overview of "On the Record: Report of the Library of Congress Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control"

José-Marie Griffiths, UNC Chapel Hill

Next Generation Cataloging Standards: RDA + FRBR (ppt)

Erin Stalberg, North Carolina State University

UNC System Pilot Institutional Repository Overview

Rob Wolf, UNC Pembroke

Promotional Plans for an Institutional Repository

Stephen Dew, UNC Greensboro

Title Source 3

Gardner E. Cobb III, Baker & Taylor 

2006 Spring Workshop

Moving to a New Frontier!

Elon University

May 30, 2006

Program

The Web in Our Libraries and Catalogs
Part 1 (ppt), Part 2 (ppt)

Alan Scherlen, Appalachian State University (moderator)

Bao-Chu Chang, North Carolina State University

2004 NCLA Centennial Conference/SELA Biennial Conference


Program Summaries

Audrey Fenner

2000 NCLA RTSS, UNC-CH, CONSER, & SCCTP Serials Cataloging Cooperative Training Program Workshop

2000 RTSS & CUS Workshop

The License Process: We Promised to Do What?

Program

Routes Through The Maze: Dealing with Overlapping Access to Electronic Information
Bibliography, Survey, Survey Results

Running the Rapids: After the License is Signed
Bibliography

1999 NCLA Biennial Conference

 Managing Electronic Resources by John Web




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