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Presentation given at Dartmouth October Conference, October 15, 2010, by Emily Alling and Amber Johnson Hunt. Discusses the use of open source tools (Koha, CUFTS, Ubuntu, Zotero) in teaching and …

Presentation given at Dartmouth October Conference, October 15, 2010, by Emily Alling and Amber Johnson Hunt. Discusses the use of open source tools (Koha, CUFTS, Ubuntu, Zotero) in teaching and outreach at Marlboro College's Rice-Aron Library.


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  • 1. Opening Doors with Open Source Emily Alling, Library Director Amber Johnson Hunt, Librarian Marlboro College Dartmouth October Conference, October 15, 2010
  • 2. Open source in teaching & outreach
    • Remixability
    • Customizability
    • Economics
    • Philosophy (organizational, professional)
    • Lifelong learning
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  • 4. Self-Check Out
  • 5.  
  • 6. Tagging
  • 7. Tags in the Catalog
  • 8. Lists
  • 9. Public/Private/Open
  • 10.  
  • 11. Enhanced Content
  • 12. Catalog as object of curriculum…
  • 13. New partnerships
  • 14.  
  • 15. Before and After…
    • Subscription
      • A-Z Journals List
    • Free (as in kittens)
      • A-Z Journals List
      • OpenURL link resolver
      • ERM
      • Database locator
    Image of kittens from Flickr Creative Commons: http://tiny.cc/09tvz
  • 16.  
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  • 19. Google Scholar Integration
  • 20. Pre-filled ILL Request Forms
  • 21. Consistency
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  • 32. Questions? Emily Alling [email_address] Amber Johnson [email_address]