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Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011
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Dottie Hawthorne Open Forum - MLA 2011

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Library Solutions to Tracking Scholarly Publications Open Forum, MLA 2011. This presentation is by Dottie Hawthorne and is uploaded with permission

Library Solutions to Tracking Scholarly Publications Open Forum, MLA 2011. This presentation is by Dottie Hawthorne and is uploaded with permission

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  • 1. Mayo Authors Database Tracking Scholarly Publications with MS Access and MySQL Dottie Hawthorne, AHIP; Mark Wentz; Larry Prokop; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP; Scott Vermeersch Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Authors Database Project Team
  • 2. Economy
  • 3. Additional Benefits
    • Local control
    • Flexibility
    • Improved usability
    • Easier to maintain updates
    • Add new features on an “as needed” basis
    • Robust and handle our growing database
  • 4. Data Flow Process Records Enhanced Data mining MS ACCESS MySQL PHP Web Generated Interface Multiple data- bases searched New user Interface
  • 5. Basic Search Page
  • 6. Advanced Page Multiple Search Options …
  • 7.  
  • 8. Statistics Display for Search Results
  • 9. Outcomes
    • A usability study provided some resolutions to refine and improve quality
    • Feedback from users has been positive
    • Database use is on the upswing
  • 10. Data Collection Comparisons Jan – May 11 12,734 7,559 2011 Mayo 16,690 5,733 2010 Ovid 18,841 5,294 2009 Ovid Time Frame Searches Accesses Year Mayo Authors Database Usage Statistics
  • 11. Contact Information
    • Dottie Hawthorne, MSL, AHIP
    • Project Manager, Mayo Authors Database
    • Mayo Clinic Libraries
    • Mayo Clinic
    • Rochester, MN
    • [email_address]
    • Poster Session 3, Tuesday , May 17, 2011 @ 2:00 PM
    • Poster #28 “Refining a Local Bibliographic Database Design with Usability Testing: The Mayo Authors User Interface Project”

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