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    • Library Liaison: Services and Outlook
        • Bruce Gilbert
        • Cowles Library
        • 19 Feb 2008
        • http://www.slideshare.net/drakelibguy
    • I. Library Services
      • What you can do “@Cowles”
        • Access 30,000 Journal Titles, or 50,000 E-books
          • Get them Anywhere!
          • Accessible in BlueView “tab” as well as the Library home page: http://www.drake.edu/
          • Link to any book or article (in BB or elsewhere) with persistent URL
    • EBSCO Link Example
    • I. Library Services, continued
      • What ELSE you can do “@Cowles”
        • Contact us!
          • By Phone or Email (reference@drake.edu)‏
          • Meebo Us! @ “CowlesLib”
    • “ Meebo” screenshot
    • I. Library Services, continued
      • What ELSE we have “@Cowles”
        • RefWorks!
          • Web-based equivalent of “Procite” or “Endnotes”
    • Refworks screenshot
    • I. Library Services, continued
      • Digital Projects:
        • eScholarshare, our Repository for Scholarly Information
        • Drake Heritage Collections
          • Both are highly collaborative
          • Both concerned with preserving and developing stewardship over Drake's Digital Assets
    • Screenshot for eScholarShare
    • Screenshot for eScholarShare
    • Screenshot for Heritage Collections
    • I. Library Services, COMING SOON!
      • Coming soon at Cowles!
        • “ MyLibrary”; check your own account, renew your own books
        • SciFinderScholar
        • Ebrary WITHOUT the plug-in
        • Online “tutorials” on linking, using other services
        • More proactive approach towards new faculty and library services
    • Library Services, continued
      • Instruction:
        • First Year Services
          • Mireille (Mimi) Djenno
        • Library 046
          • Satisfies Info Lit AOI
        • Liaison Librarians
          • Sean Stone in Sciences is “embedded librarian”
        • All these offerings are highly collaborative
        • Concerned with enhancing Information Literacy at Drake
    • II. Information Literacy
      • Quote from SelfStudy:
      • Challenges at Drake include:
        • “ Keeping up with advances in teaching technologies, especially the training of teachers and students for effective use of technology in learning.”
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • But what is Information Literacy?
      • Cowles Library has always embraced a wider view (skills and facility with technology PLUS values and ethics inherent in “Information Society”)
    • II. Information Literacy
      • Challenges / Opportunities for Information Literacy:
        • “ Web 2.0”
        • “ Library 2.0”
        • “ Business 2.0”
        • “ Learning 2.0”
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • What is Information Literacy?
      • Applied critical thinking, in the areas of technology and information resources
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • What are the hallmarks of Information Literacy?
        • Knowledgeable of current trends
        • Problem-solving
        • Skeptical
        • Collaborative!
    • Info Lit in the News:
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • How to apply Information Lit, pt. 1
      • “ Old days,” collaboration meant:
        • Us with Vendors
        • Library-to-Library
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • How to apply Information Lit, pt. 1
      • Today, collaboration means:
        • L. with Drake Colleagues
        • L. with “Open” communities
          • Open Source Software
          • Open Access Initiative (with Harvard signed on!)‏
          • Open Educational Resources (see http://www.oercommons.org/ )‏
        • L. with “Nonprofit” vendors
        • L. with “Competitors”
    • II. Information Literacy, continued
      • How does this “play out”
        • See Teri's “GoldRush”
        • In search of “Open Source” ILS solution
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