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Presented as a lightning talk at the 2014 LAUNC-CH conference.

Presented as a lightning talk at the 2014 LAUNC-CH conference.

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Semi-Automatic Chat: Using a Library of Common Responses to Speed Up Chat Sessions Semi-Automatic Chat: Using a Library of Common Responses to Speed Up Chat Sessions Presentation Transcript

  • Chad Haefele Emerging Technologies Librarian UNC Chapel Hill cHaefele@email.unc.edu
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  • • Hello! How can I help you today? • Do you mind holding on for a minute? I'll be right back. • Your best bet is probably to submit an Interlibrary Loan request… • You're welcome, have a good day! • I'm going to transfer you over to our circulation department, they can best help you with something like this. Hold on, they'll be right with you. • What's the article you're looking for? • If you have a research question I'd be happy to help you, but otherwise I need to end this chat now. View slide
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