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my part of the ALA Midwinter 2009 presentation "Thx 4 the txt :) - communicating with users in their space"

my part of the ALA Midwinter 2009 presentation "Thx 4 the txt :) - communicating with users in their space"

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  • Putting your content where your users are... A bit about me, thank Christa for invitation
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    • 1. No more dead-end silos Making library content more accessible with LibX
    • 2. Where users start
    • 3. Give me the info I need and ONLY the info I need, for free. Now. Please. What users want
    • 4. The Library website?
    • 5. Hey! Your library’s in my ...
    • 6. LibX Toolbar Context Menu Browser Cues Auto Links Google Scholar Integration
    • 7. LibX Search Toolbar
    • 8. Toolbar Search in WorldCat.org
    • 9. More LibX Magic: the context menu
    • 10.  
    • 11.
      • equest screen for title search for James Still title
    • 12.  
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    • 15.  
    • 16.  
    • 17. Hightlight ISBN, Right-click
    • 18. Links to other sources, in case your library doesn’t own the item or if the ISBN doesn’t resolve.
    • 19.  
    • 20.  
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    • 22. LibX Inside: Browser Cues
    • 23.  
    • 24.  
    • 25. Click to search SFX e-journal holdings Click to search SFX e-journal holdings
    • 26. Click to search library catalog
    • 27. The Magic Button
    • 28. Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
    • 29. SFX Search (if match) Google Scholar search (just in case)
    • 30. Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
    • 31. Google Scholar search only (no SFX match) Looks like a promising link...
    • 32. D’oh! Aha!
    • 33. Yay!
    • 34. So, are you ready for LibX?
    • 35.  
    • 36. Users can change settings once LibX is installed
    • 37. Thank you! cindi trainor | citegeist.com | IM: cinditrainor | ALA Midwinter 2009
    • 38. Photos gratefully acknowledged... Silos at the end of the road (CC:by-nc-sa-2.0) http://flickr.com/tonyjcase/2168532048/ Stop! You’re Confusing Me! (CC:by-nc-sa-2.0) http://flickr.com/sp3ccylad/476892162/ Peanut Butter Cup Heart (CC:by-nc-sa-2.0) http://flickr.com/fornal/373418814/ Rubik (CC:by-nc-nd-2.0) http://flickr.com/toniblay/52445415/ macbook pro inside out (CC:by-sa-2.0) h ttp://www.flickr .com/h34dy/318422674 9/ Magic (CC:by-2.0) http://www.flick r.com/ bohman/174718774/ Human Questio ns (CC:by-nc-nd-2.0) http://flickr.co m/amberflykez zie/2370861203/ Thank you (CC:by-nc-nd-2.0) http://flickr.com/kvanlierop/2219077757/ for information on Creative Commons licensing, please see creativecommons.org

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