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Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009
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Blackboard presentation for Computers in Libraries 2009

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Presentation by Lynda Kellam and Richard Cox

Presentation by Lynda Kellam and Richard Cox

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  • 1. Hacking Blackboard: Customized Content Portals
    • Richard Cox and Lynda Kellam
  • 2. Previously on …
  • 3. Previously on …
    • Should we always expect students to come to our pages?
    • Do students want us in their social networking spaces?
    • What about their academic spaces? What about integrating with the course management system?
  • 4.  
  • 5. Lessons Learned
    • Navigation issues
    • Promotional issues
    • Getting buy-in
  • 6. This Episode: Hacking the Library Tab ...
  • 7. Students with a major
  • 8. Students without a major
  • 9. University Faculty
  • 10. University Staff
  • 11. Developing the Portal
  • 12. Challenges
    • IT Perspective
    • Timing of student data pull from Banner and work flows.
    • Finding the correct data in Banner.
    • Library Liaison Perspective
    • How do we assess?
    • Outreach and marketing
    • Mixed reactions (Old school v. New school)
  • 13.  

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