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No more dead-end silos Making library content more accessible  with LibX
Where users start
Give me the info I need and ONLY the info I need, for free. Now. Please.  What users want
The Library website?
Hey! Your library’s in my ...
LibX Toolbar Context Menu Browser Cues Auto Links Google Scholar Integration
LibX Search Toolbar
Toolbar Search in WorldCat.org
More LibX Magic: the context menu
 
<ul><li>equest screen for title search for James Still title </li></ul>
 
 
 
 
 
Hightlight ISBN, Right-click
Links to other sources, in case your library doesn’t own the item or if the ISBN doesn’t resolve.
 
 
 
LibX Inside: Browser Cues
 
 
Click to search SFX e-journal holdings Click to search SFX e-journal holdings
Click to search library catalog
The Magic Button
Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
SFX Search (if match) Google Scholar search (just in case)
Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
Google Scholar search only (no SFX match) Looks like a promising link...
D’oh! Aha!
Yay!
So, are you ready for LibX?
 
Users can change settings once LibX is installed
Thank you! cindi trainor | citegeist.com | IM: cinditrainor | ALA Midwinter 2009
Photos gratefully acknowledged... Silos at the end of the road (CC:by-nc-sa-2.0) http://flickr.com/tonyjcase/2168532048/ S...
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my part of the ALA Midwinter 2009 presentation "Thx 4 the txt :) - communicating with users in their space"

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  • Transcript of "Intro to LibX"

    1. 1. No more dead-end silos Making library content more accessible with LibX
    2. 2. Where users start
    3. 3. Give me the info I need and ONLY the info I need, for free. Now. Please. What users want
    4. 4. The Library website?
    5. 5. Hey! Your library’s in my ...
    6. 6. LibX Toolbar Context Menu Browser Cues Auto Links Google Scholar Integration
    7. 7. LibX Search Toolbar
    8. 8. Toolbar Search in WorldCat.org
    9. 9. More LibX Magic: the context menu
    10. 11. <ul><li>equest screen for title search for James Still title </li></ul>
    11. 17. Hightlight ISBN, Right-click
    12. 18. Links to other sources, in case your library doesn’t own the item or if the ISBN doesn’t resolve.
    13. 22. LibX Inside: Browser Cues
    14. 25. Click to search SFX e-journal holdings Click to search SFX e-journal holdings
    15. 26. Click to search library catalog
    16. 27. The Magic Button
    17. 28. Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
    18. 29. SFX Search (if match) Google Scholar search (just in case)
    19. 30. Drag highlighted text onto Scholar button
    20. 31. Google Scholar search only (no SFX match) Looks like a promising link...
    21. 32. D’oh! Aha!
    22. 33. Yay!
    23. 34. So, are you ready for LibX?
    24. 36. Users can change settings once LibX is installed
    25. 37. Thank you! cindi trainor | citegeist.com | IM: cinditrainor | ALA Midwinter 2009
    26. 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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