Talking Tech  Teaching Tech Going Digital Digital Library Services Tech What? $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200...
This proposed new term for future librarians reflects combined expertise in information science and subject-domains. Infor...
A web page or application that combines data or functionality from two or more external sources to create a new service. M...
System of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate an...
A distributed problem-solving and production model. Problems are broadcast to an unknown group of solvers in the form of a...
Creation of library technologies for their own sake, based on the assumption that they are inherently needed and desired. ...
Plagiarism An issue of scholarly integrity that online tools like Blackboard’s Safe Assign and online tutorials like the U...
The term for the following up instructional sessions with a quiz to determine how much a student learned, compared to a si...
The process of placing library resources in places like Blackboard that students already use for class. Embedding
Multimedia Scholarship  The online journals Visualizing Cultures and Emory’s own Practical Matters provide two examples of...
A business model for teaching peers to keep current librarians informed about new techniques, teaching tools, and  practic...
This is an image editing program  which is the “industry standard for graphics Professionals” but is  also popular with ac...
GIS From a software standpoint, these systems are essentially databases for storing spatial data, but are Increasingly bei...
This powerful easy-to-use research tool helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and share the results of your sear...
This is the process of using computer power to extract hidden patterns from data, analyzing the results from different per...
Machine learning allows researchers to work on the corpus of literature much larger than previously possible, and greatly ...
Seen as a vital tool for public access to rare items, while at the same time creating a disaster-proof record. Digitization
Standardization of this by publishers would make harvesting info by libraries and searching by users easier and more effic...
Practices and software systems used by libraries to keep track of electronic information resources.  Electronic Resource M...
Annual forum held at Emory that focuses on keeping up with technologies in classrooms and labs, as well as evaluating them...
SDI decoded refers to a library service that gets users the specific information they want; current-awareness services is ...
The concept that any technological tool becomes outdated, requiring librarians and faculty to teach skills that will allow...
Applications are emerging that are bringing the promise of this new form of web into practice without the need to add addi...
A system for identifying content objects in the digital environment that does not change over time.  Digital Object Identi...
The emergence of these large scale “data farms” – large clusters of networked servers – is bringing huge quantities of pro...
This process assumes that the prevalence of the web will make intermediaries such as libraries unnecessary.  Dis-Intermedi...
 
This group publishes provocative statements each year about the future of libraries and librarians. Taiga
 
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Digital Librarian Jeopardy

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Jeopardy game created by the Digital Librarian Initiative for Emory Libraries, October 22, 2009, to test local knowledge of key terms and concepts in digital librarianship.

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    1. 1. Talking Tech Teaching Tech Going Digital Digital Library Services Tech What? $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
    2. 2. This proposed new term for future librarians reflects combined expertise in information science and subject-domains. Informationists
    3. 3. A web page or application that combines data or functionality from two or more external sources to create a new service. Mashup
    4. 4. System of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content. Folksonomy
    5. 5. A distributed problem-solving and production model. Problems are broadcast to an unknown group of solvers in the form of an open call for solutions. Crowdsourcing
    6. 6. Creation of library technologies for their own sake, based on the assumption that they are inherently needed and desired. Technolust
    7. 7. Plagiarism An issue of scholarly integrity that online tools like Blackboard’s Safe Assign and online tutorials like the University of Texas’s “Cite it” game seeks to address.
    8. 8. The term for the following up instructional sessions with a quiz to determine how much a student learned, compared to a similar quiz offered before the instruction. Post-test survey/ Post-Test Assessment
    9. 9. The process of placing library resources in places like Blackboard that students already use for class. Embedding
    10. 10. Multimedia Scholarship The online journals Visualizing Cultures and Emory’s own Practical Matters provide two examples of this form of scholarship that integrates images and text online.
    11. 11. A business model for teaching peers to keep current librarians informed about new techniques, teaching tools, and practices. Train the Trainer
    12. 12. This is an image editing program which is the “industry standard for graphics Professionals” but is also popular with academics interested In the virtual restoration of damaged manuscripts. Adobe Photoshop
    13. 13. GIS From a software standpoint, these systems are essentially databases for storing spatial data, but are Increasingly being employed to conceptualize changes taking place over time.
    14. 14. This powerful easy-to-use research tool helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and share the results of your search. Zotero
    15. 15. This is the process of using computer power to extract hidden patterns from data, analyzing the results from different perspectives and summarizing it into a useful format, such as a graph or table. Data Mining
    16. 16. Machine learning allows researchers to work on the corpus of literature much larger than previously possible, and greatly benefits this approach to literary studies. Text Analysis
    17. 17. Seen as a vital tool for public access to rare items, while at the same time creating a disaster-proof record. Digitization
    18. 18. Standardization of this by publishers would make harvesting info by libraries and searching by users easier and more efficient. Metadata
    19. 19. Practices and software systems used by libraries to keep track of electronic information resources. Electronic Resource Management (ERM)
    20. 20. Annual forum held at Emory that focuses on keeping up with technologies in classrooms and labs, as well as evaluating them in light of Emory faculty’s personal practices. EDUcate
    21. 21. SDI decoded refers to a library service that gets users the specific information they want; current-awareness services is a form of it. Selective Dissemination of Information
    22. 22. The concept that any technological tool becomes outdated, requiring librarians and faculty to teach skills that will allow students to adopt new technologies on an ongoing basis. Obsolescence
    23. 23. Applications are emerging that are bringing the promise of this new form of web into practice without the need to add additional layers of tags or other top-down methods of defining context. Semantic Web
    24. 24. A system for identifying content objects in the digital environment that does not change over time. Digital Object Identifiers (DOI)
    25. 25. The emergence of these large scale “data farms” – large clusters of networked servers – is bringing huge quantities of processing power within easy reach. Cloud Computing
    26. 26. This process assumes that the prevalence of the web will make intermediaries such as libraries unnecessary. Dis-Intermediation
    27. 28. This group publishes provocative statements each year about the future of libraries and librarians. Taiga

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