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Is the Drop-in Dead?
 

Is the Drop-in Dead?

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Pecha Kucha for LOTW in Las Vegas 2008.

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  • The drop-in is far from dead, in fact I predict we will see a huge resurgence of the drop-in in the very near future. So let me ask you this: What would you teach?   About a year ago, I was teaching a drop-in session on how to use RefWorks. I thought it had gone relatively well until the end of the session when a student asked me, "How do you keep all your information organized?"

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  • IS THE DROP-IN DEAD? MERINDA KAYE HENSLEY, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LOEX of the West, Las Vegas 2008
  • TOOL OR CONCEPT?
  • getting organized with INFOHACKS
  • -> Citation management -> Current Awareness -> Social bookmarking -> Quick Tips
  • What Google Scholar CAN do for you
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  • Guess who DIDN’T show up?
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  • SEXY
  • - Seth Godin ” The key is to focus on the BENEFIT, not the tool. “
  • make big promises DELIVER
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  • No man ever listened himself out of a job. - Calvin Coolidge “ ”
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  • Librarian is a service occupation. Gas station attendant of the mind . — In The Gold Bug Variations Richard Powers
  • WIBNI…
  • What would you teach?
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