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This collection contains published works by librarians and staff of the IUB Libraries.

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  • Hayes, Clayton; Kelly, Heidi Elaine (Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2017-04-18)
    INTRODUCTION This study analyzes the gender dynamics of the American Library Association’s SCHOLCOMM listserv in order to determine the accuracy of concerns expressed by participants in early 2016 regarding the dominance ...
  • Cohen, Rachael; Thorpe, Angie (Taylor & Francis Group, 2015)
    This investigation sought to develop a broad view of discovery service user behavior by analyzing vendor-provided and Google Analytics usage data from discovery service implementations at two Indiana University campuses. ...
  • Donaldson, Devan Ray; Hill, Racquel; Dowding, Heidi; Keitel, Christian (iPRES 2016 Proceedings, 2016-10)
    Security is critical to repository trustworthiness. Recent international standards for Trustworthy Digital Repositories (TDRs) all specify some sort of security criteria that are necessary to adhere to in order to attain ...
  • Meister, Sam; Wilson, Carl; Peltzman, Shira; Dowding, Heidi (iPRES 2016 Proceedings, 2016-10)
    In this paper, we describe the structure and contents for the OSS4Pres 2.0 workshop.
  • Liss, Jennifer A. (Taylor & Francis, 2016-12-12)
    At its 2016 Annual Meeting in Orlando, Competencies and Education for a Career in Cataloging Interest Group co-chairs Karen Snow (Dominican University, Graduate School of Library & Information Science) and Jennifer A. Liss ...
  • Courtney, Michael (Purdue University Press, 2014-11-01)
    A shift in user focus and information need has necessitated the development of tools to aid in the discovery of resources and, to be sure, resource discovery is arguably one of the most pressing issues that concerns libraries ...
  • Courtney, Michael; Donovan, Carrie (Routledge, 2016-05-23)
    The application of ethnographic methods to library instructional programs can provide opportunities for students to develop their own self-awareness and advance their thought processes. In addition, these methods have the ...
  • Dowding, Heidi (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
    As libraries are increasingly charged with long-term preservation of materials, they are having to make difficult decisions about what can be preserved and for how long. This chapter explores how open access materials are ...
  • Cohen, Rachael; Blakiston, Rebecca (Sage, 2015-06-28)
    Libraries and publishers are paying increasing attention to the information experiences of today’s emerging scholars – but what is the underlying value in understanding the researcher experience? What have we learned about ...
  • Cohen, Rachael (Indiana University Bloomington Libraries In-House Institute, 2010-05-11)
    Do you ever wonder what students really think about IUCAT? Or the libraries in general? Through traditional user studies and focus groups, I set out to discover these students' attitudes, preferences, and their overall ...
  • Moore, Kate B.; Greene, Courtney (Serials Review, 2012)
    In early 2011, an Indiana University Libraries task force was charged with selecting an open source discovery layer to serve as the public interface for IU's online catalog, IUCAT. This process included creating a rubric ...
  • Pennington, Buddy; Chapman, Suzanne; Fry, Amy; Deschenes, Amy; McDonald, Courtney Greene (Serials Review, 2016-02)
    Libraries are increasingly embracing user experience (UX) and user-centered design principles to improve the satisfaction and success of library users. Electronic resources management can utilize such principles to better ...
  • Baer, Andrea (ALA Publishing, 2015)
    This lesson plan addresses the concept of research and information sources as reflections of larger conversations. The instruction plan is most relevant to undergraduate students, though it might be modified for other ...
  • McDonald, Courtney Greene (The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2013)
    Thinking about the future of libraries, librarianship and the work librarians do is as old as libraries themselves. At no time in our memory, though, have these discussions and conversations been so profound and critical. ...
  • Jagman, Heather; Koenig, Melissa; McDonald, Courtney Greene (IGI Global, 2008)
    Through leveraging the relationship between libraries and technology, colleges and universities can make the best use of the skills that librarians bring to the table. At DePaul University, three positions have been created, ...
  • Baer, Andrea (Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2014-06)
    This classic article discusses research-based writing assignments. Schwegler and Shamoon sought to identify differences between college students’ and college instructors’ conceptions of research and research paper assignments, ...
  • Liss, Jennifer A.; Horne, Carl; Castrataro, James; Sewald, Ronda L.; Wheeler, Rachel (2013-11-01)
    The Indiana University PCC Non-MARC Authorities Issues Group was formed in response to the Program for Cooperative Cataloging’s (PCC) call for "… a well-articulated plan as to how [a non-MARC authorities] future could work ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet L. (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014-03)
    This case study describes Indiana University Libraries’ use of Omeka for online exhibits of digital collections. Omeka is placed in the context of other online exhibit tools being used by galleries, libraries, archives, ...
  • Baer, Andrea (Library Juice Press, 2013)
    As a growing number of librarians and educators argue for a more critical praxis for information literacy instruction (ILI), one which encourages students to critically evaluate all information and to consider it in relation ...
  • McDonald, Courtney Greene (IGI Global, 2012)
    In early 2010, Indiana University Bloomington Libraries became a beta tester for the EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS)™ product, and subsequently selected it in September of that year. After working through various issues with ...

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