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Fri Mar 21 17:07:34 2014 UTClccn-no20060500640.19Targeting the ages programming that hits the mark /0.350.56Google book search its impact on scholarship and libraries /21895427no20060500646941368lccn-no2001101401Nocera, Jimprodrtlccn-no2007148581College of DuPageMultimedia Serviceslccn-no2008083622College of DuPageOffice of Special Serviceslccn-no00049024College of DuPageSatellite Networklccn-no2007148583College of DuPageLibrary Learning Networklccn-no2004039631College of DuPageLibrarynp-fradkin, bernardFradkin, Bernarddrtlccn-nr2005008427Klein, Pamhstmodlccn-no00049026Farnon, Bonnie E.ausprolccn-no2002059818Slusar, LindapdrBarillari, JosephUnited StatesReference services (Libraries)Electronic reference services (Libraries)Public services (Libraries)Fair use (Copyright)Public domain (Copyright law)Conflict of laws--Intellectual propertyCopyrightCopyright and audio-visual educationLibrary techniciansLibraries and communityLibrary planningLibrary buildingsLibraries--MarketingLibraries and societyLibraries--Technological innovationsLibraries--Information technologyLibrary information networksLibrary employeesLibraries--Aims and objectivesInformation literacy--Study and teachingConflict managementLibrary usersInterpersonal conflictInterpersonal communicationPublic libraries--Public relationsTelecommunication in librariesCopyright and electronic data processingLibrary materials--DigitizationLibraries--Space utilizationSpam (Electronic mail)Search enginesWorld Wide WebInternetDigital librariesConsumer behavior--ForecastingGoogle (Firm)Publishers and publishingElectronic information resourcesAdvertising--LibrariesLibraries--Public relationsLibraries and the InternetLibrary employees--AttitudesInformation literacyMentoring in library scienceEmployment portfoliosCareer developmentLibrary orientationAmerican Library AssociationLibrary information desks199519961997199820002001200220032004200520062007200820092010198799149023Z682.4.L52ocn671787224ocn690023280ocn608511086ocn045409348ocn046610895ocn069019889ocn275168851ocn550539546831ocn056578390visu20040.50Making copyright work for your libraryDiscussion focusing on copyright issues facing librarians and educators in the digital age602ocn057489379visu20050.29Soaring to ExcellenceDealing with difficult peopleDebra Wilcox Johnson discusses different types of problem behaviors in people. She then presents strategies for dealing with difficult people, and useful phrases library staff may use to diffuse the situation592ocn216929059visu20080.25Library spaces future needsAlan Kirk Gray moderates a panel discussion featuring practicing architects experienced in planning and design of all types of libraries and information facilities. With a wealth of support visuals, this program explores the relationship between function and form in library spaces582ocn054362490visu20040.31Soaring to ExcellenceA technology toolkit survival skills for everyoneCovers some electronic resources every library worker needs to know, including e-mail, the internet and the World Wide Web, search engines, and spam blockers; includes information on privacy and security573ocn076806206visu20060.24Soaring to ExcellenceBest new technologies keeping up with the stormThis program discusses the new technologies that are now available for libraries to utilize which help librarians more effectively connect with their communities and involve community members in developing resources and content. This program will examine the challenges librarians face as the world of Web changes and grows. It will explore several of the newest technologies, investigate why librarians are adopting them and how they're being used, and examine sensible approaches to choosing and implementing the technologies that are right for your library573ocn068711550visu20060.56Google book search its impact on scholarship and librariesAn exploration of the future of mass digitization, focusing on Google's effort to digitize the world's texts and make them fully searchable. Panelists discuss the implications for libraries, higher education, and publishing572ocn213292345visu20080.23Soaring to ExcellencePeople watching with a purpose meeting needs before they need itLibraries (public, school, and academic) are re-visioning their roles in communities, moving beyond the rapidly outdated paradigm of creating services for patrons and students and instead partnering with community members in building meaningful experiences: whether those happen within the library's walls, on a digital network, or in cultural and political spaces. Taking an asset-based, grassroots view, librarians and library educators advocate using a community informatics model toward library services, where significant engagement can happen. In this program, we discuss this paradigm shift, why it's so necessary, and what it looks like in the real world562ocn057734419visu20050.39Library marketing tips & techniquesDiscusses techniques being used by innovative librarians to promote their libraries and services. Listen to the success stories of fellow librarians as they share their personal experiences in finding interesting and effective ways to mass-communicate and promote the value of their libraries532ocn051915294visu20030.39Soaring to ExcellenceLibrary support staff soar to great heights how library workers give backFocuses specifically on library support staff and what they are already doing to enhance their jobs, their skills, their libraries, their attitudes, and their relationships with patrons, students, or co-workers. The presenters discuss Library Mosaics and ALA's Career Ladders521ocn225867033visu20080.23Soaring to ExcellenceTrends, fads or folly spotting the library trends that really matterIn surveying the landscape of our profession and the technological trends that impact it, it is simple to identify several new technologies that could be used by libraries to improve or enhance the patrons' experience with and perception of the Library. This program will investigate new trends in libraries such as patron-created folksonomic cataloging (, LibraryThing and the new breed of OPAC's), libraries and librarians in virtual environments such as Second Life, as well as give an update on libraries and social networks (mySpace and facebook). Are these trends? Just fads? Plain old Folly? We'll deal with a central question in this teleconference: To what extent do Libraries need to quickly adopt new technologies into their programs? Or, just because you can do it, does that mean that you should?501ocn058834770visu20050.37Library as place where people want to beDiscusses what public and academic libraries are doing to transform their images from building with books into centers for their communities and campuses in order to become the place where people want to be503ocn057028281visu20040.35College of DuPageThe role of teaching in modern librariesThe panel discusses skills needed by library staff not only to find information for but also to teach patrons the skills needed to find, evaluate, and use information502ocn054540482visu20040.53Challenges, tools and opportunities new tools for enhancing digital referenceDiscover the tools, strategies and techniques to help your staff deliver top-notch service. Leading experts from public and academic libraries share their experience. New products for cross-platform searching, serials management, and scheduling are showcased495ocn040604250visu19970.39Soaring to ExcellenceSoaring to excellenceThe moderator and experts in various fields present: an introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web and how they can be used; an introduction to technical services work in libraries, including tools, methods, technology, and other issues; and a discussion of the physical and mental conditions of library workers and techniques for improving health472ocn275168851visu20080.22Soaring to ExcellenceReversing the ratchet basic technology adoption strategies for library workersThis Soaring to Excellence presentation addresses the challenge of the technology ratchet and how to keep it from tightening its grip on library workers. Steven Bell will share ideas and techniques for regaining control over library technology with an exploration of better ways to identify, adopt and leverage the technologies that make sense for us and that create a better library user experience for our communities. With the right attitude and approach every library worker can develop a personal professional development strategy for keeping pace with the technology curve472ocn054861787visu20040.35Soaring to ExcellenceA professional toolkit skills for advancementAddresses skills needed for professional advancement for library staff. Topics include mentoring, creating professional portfolios, career ladders, professional organizations and meetings, and information about the American Library Association's initiatives concerning library support staff442ocn052221896visu20030.53Virtual reference a leadership viewTwo industry leaders, Frank Hermes of Cooperative Discovery Services at OCLC and Phil Kesten, Chair of the Department of Physics at Santa Clara University and founder of Docutek give their views of the future for virtual reference services. John Berry leads a panel of experts in discussing the kind of information needed to plan for virtual reference services432ocn070109498visu20060.35Information literacy for the 21st century learner reaching at-risk high school and community college studentsPanelists present an overview of information literacy theory and practice with special attention to AASL and ACRL standards and identification of core competancies as well as the IMLS grant project's assessment instrument. They will stress the importance of teaching college-level skills in high school and will address the disconnect between high schools and colleges in the teaching of information literacy skills and how active assessment can help422ocn283981289visu20080.20Information literacy for lifeGuest panelists discuss information literacy and the teaching of information literacy skills required to enable lifelong learning412ocn313773838visu20090.19Soaring to ExcellenceTargeting the ages programming that hits the markLooks at innovative programs that libraries are creating to engage library patrons and meet their evolving needs. Provides a basic primer on how to design quality programming that will appeal to the wide range of age groups using the libraryFri Mar 21 15:26:06 EDT 2014batch17809