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Flex Day Workshop presented at Citrus College Feb 22, 2011 by Sarah Bosler and Lanette Granger

Flex Day Workshop presented at Citrus College Feb 22, 2011 by Sarah Bosler and Lanette Granger

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  • Sarah begin intro
  • Sarah The goal of this presentation is to two-fold to introduce (or perhaps reintroduce) you to the resources and services the Hayden Memorial Library provides. 2) To invite you to participate in “weeding and seeding” the library collection to help us all grow.
  • Lanette Provide Hate Free Zone flyers for workshop attendees to post in their office spaces or classrooms. Also provide Database password handouts and business cards
  • Sarah Since the primary function of the library is to serve instruction, the library encourages Citrus faculty to participate actively in support of the library and in policy making Need to post liason list on website and link here http://www.citruscollege.edu/library/Pages/LibraryLiaisons.aspx Update this page with new info w/ Jolie Discuss reorganization from general Subjects to Disciplines How librarians are assigned (6 adjuncts who assist LG &I)
  • Sarah
  • Lanette
  • Sarah-In light of evaluating our collection, we like to keep our eye on the future. Since 2002, the 2011 Horizon Report, examines emerging technologies for their potential impact on and use in teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in higher education.
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  • Lanette
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  • Sarah 10 mins to experiment Use catalog entry Once inside, show reference collection
  • Lanette Can customize collection for your class/displine Bring ipad
  • Lanette
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  • Lanette VHS, DVD, CD, BluRay, Playaway, 100 records
  • Lanette professors in all fields and “film and media studies students” to hack encrypted DVD content and clip “short portions” into documentary films and “non-commercial videos.” (The agency does not define “short portions.")This means that any professors can legally extract movie clips and incorporate them into lectures, as long as they are willing to decrypt them — a task made relatively easy by widely available programs known as “ DVD rippers.”
  • Lanette Are HighWire resources built into Serials Solutions? Demo how it works
  • Lanette
  • Sarah
  • Sarah Mission: Provide quality instructional services and programs in the use of information resources and in support of the college's curriculum;
  • Sarah
  • Sarah Working with DSPS to make sure we have the resources to meet the needs of students with disabilities in orientations and in the library. Maing sure characters with disabilities are represented in our children’s and fiction collections and job resources are also available.
  • Sarah
  • How many items in print ref?
  • Add screen shot
  • Sarah? Add graphics to a few databases… Demo a couple if time permits.
  • How many items?
  • 10 mins discuss with a colleague how you already use or might use these resources presented so far.

Flex Day Workshop 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Pulling Weeds & Planting Seeds: Digging for Digital Treasure @ Your Library
    • Sarah Bosler & Lanette Granger
    • Citrus College Flex Day 2/22/11
  • 2. Librarians
    • Sarah Bosler
      • Public Services Librarian X5178
    • Lanette Granger
      • Systems/Technical Services Librarian X5491
  • 3. Goals
    • Collaboration
    • Information Competency
    • Green Processes
    • C ollection Development
    • Diversity
  • 4. Collection Development
    • Primary function: Serve instruction
    • Selection is Discipline-Focused
    • Librarian liaisons assigned by educational background/interest/passion
    • We encourage faculty to participate actively
      • Print or eBooks
      • AV materials
      • Print or ePeriodicals
      • Databases
  • 5. How you can help
    • Check your Dewey areas using our guide
      • In person or online
    • Recommend titles to purchase or weed
      • In person or online
    • Meet with a librarian for a Collection Analysis
  • 6. Collection Analysis
    • Medical/Nursing Collection
  • 7. Technologies to Watch
      • Horizon Report 2011
    • Within next 12 months
      • Electronic books
      • Mobile access
    • Within next 2-3 years
      • Augmented Reality
      • Game-based learning
    • Within next 4-5 years
      • Gesture-based learning
      • Learning analytics
  • 8. Poll Everywhere
  • 9. The Future
    • The value of print?
    • "The future of the academic library will be shaped first and foremost by the needs of the faculty and students who rely on its resources and services” --Brian Loavoie and Lorcan Dempsey in Nextspace
    • “ I think digital books will be the main kinds of books teachers and students will be using, predicting that in about five years, there will be firm rules for citing ebooks.” -William Rankin, director of educational innovation and associate professor of English at Abilene Christian Univ. in Chronicle of Higher Education
  • 10. Infographic
  • 11. Print & eBooks
    • 69% Print (53,000)
      • 2009/10 circulation 13,000
    • 31% eBooks ( 24,000)
      • 2009/10 circulation 1,266
      • 2010/11 circulation 1,657
  • 12. eBook Collection
    • 21,000+ titles
    • Shared collection
    • Search eContent by keyword
    • In July 2011 print up to 60 pages per session
  • 13. Let’s search for eBooks
    • Access via the library website
    • Under Search, click eBooks
    • Enter login if off campus OR
    • Click Search Library Catalog
    • Look for eBook icon in results OR
    • Choose Advanced Search &
    • Limit by Material Type: EBOOKS
  • 14. Gale Virtual Reference Library
    • 200+ titles
    • Audio
      • 8 languages
    • Email & Citations
    • New Mobile App
    • Choose Collection
    • Search Business Collection only
  • 15. Let’s try GVRL
    • Access via the library website
    • Under Quick Links
    • Click GVRL
    • Enter password if off- campus
    • Limit by subject area
    • See Tools (Audio too)
  • 16. Short Break
      • Web 2.0 The Machine is Us/ing Us.
  • 17. What’s New?
    • Wi-Fi serving our entire building!
    • Added 4 study tables and 18 chairs for student use.
    • Visual promotion TV screen.
    • Orientation schedule whiteboard.
    • Color printing or copies 25 cents each
    • Facebook & Twitter
    • Next steps:
      • Wireless printing
      • Sound-proof study rooms and repurpose space to add more.
  • 18. Audiovisuals
      • 7,000 AV items
      • Multiple Formats
      • Listening Rooms
      • Playaway-New Format
      • Place your own videos
      • on temporary reserve at the AV Desk.
  • 19. Audiovisuals
    • Tina Gutierrez,
      • AV Coordinator X8576
    • Moses Crowder,
      • AV Media Asst. X8576
    • Student Generated Content Projects
      • 25 Apple laptops
      • 25 Cameras
      • Training Provided
    • DVD Ripper ( DVDFab )
      • New copyright rules
  • 20. Online Periodicals
    • April Thompson, Acquisitions Coordinator X8648
    • Serials Solutions
      • Journal Titles link on library website
      • Search by subject for related titles
      • Links right into database access
      • Helps to guide which database to use
      • Recommend titles you’d like to see
    • http://highwire.stanford.edu/
  • 21. Let’s try Serial Solutions
    • Under Search, click Journal Titles
    • Search for title or subject
    • See database where journal articles appear.
    • Link to database to search for article.
  • 22. The Information Competent Student...
    • determines nature & extent of information needed.
    • accesses needed information effectively & efficiently.
    • evaluates information and its sources critically.
    • uses information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.
    • understands many of the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information and accesses and uses information ethically and legally.
  • 23. Instruction
    • Full class or one-on-one instruction
    • Customized resources
    • Catalog access
    • Database use
    • Citation instruction
    • LibGuides
    • Website Evaluation
  • 24. Subject Links
    • Links by Subject on the library website
    • Evaluated and Selected by librarians
    • Feel free to recommend links for the collection
    • Check out your own links
  • 25. DSP&S Support
    • Collaboration
    • In compliance with closed captioning
    • Kurzweil 3000
    • ZoomText on all computers
    • Basic Skills print books
    • Grantwriting
    • Updating resources for to students with disabilities
  • 26. Distance Education
    • Skype library orientations
    • Screencast library orientations
    • Permalinks to journal articles
    • Related ebooks
    • Embed Meebo Chat box
    • Online Citation Generators
  • 27. Circulation
    • Lorry Williams,
      • Circulation Coordinator X8640
    • Faculty & Staff Use
    • Community Borrowers
    • IELAC
    • High school students
  • 28. Reference
    • Karen Praeger,
      • Reference Coordinator X5190
    • Points of access
      • Email, phone, chat, in-person
      • Ready Ref
    • Search Strategies
    • Citation Help
  • 29. Interlibrary Loans
    • Need a book(s) or journal article(s) our Citrus College library doesn't own?
    • Library Services
      • Borrow from other libraries
      • Form will prompt you for information to enter
  • 30. Databases
    • Article Databases link on library website OR
    • Databases by Subject
    • Google Scholar Preferences-EBSCOhost
  • 31. Reserve Materials
    • Karen Mosher,
    • Library Technician X8649
    • Textbooks
      • New textbook titles or extra desk copies
      • Instructional Materials
    • eResources
      • Sample Papers
  • 32. How you can help
    • Collaborate with librarians.
    • Require a variety of sources.
    • Recommend titles for purchase.
    • Recommend titles to weed.
    • Place titles on Ready Ref or Reserve.
    • Encourage students to use our resources.
    • Follow Us on Facebook or Twitter .
  • 33. Exit Poll
  • 34. Thanks!
  • 35. Additional Resources
    • Citrus Collection Development Policy
      • Horizon Report 2011
      • Web 2.0 The Machine is Us/ing Us
      • ACRL’s Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education