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I didn't become a worse Librarian when I became a Grad Student
Presentation made at code4Lib North 2017 at University of Ottawa. Looks at the process and reflections of continuing education and graduate studies for mature students.
Walking the plank: how scholarly piracy affects publishers, libraries and their users
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017-03)
The arrival of technology supporting peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing in scholarly communication has, until recently, had minimal impact on libraries. However, threats posed by pirate sites including Library Genesis Project ...
“I think this is a great program”: using qualitative and quantitative data to assess a personal librarian program
(Ontario Library Association, 2017-02)
Gathering Library data and creating visualizations the easy way!
Statistics and visualizations are important tools Libraries use to tell their stories. This poster will present a statistics capturing and display package that runs on the bare minimum: Google Forms, D3, and HTML. The ...
Redux: Tabulating Transactions with Raspberry Pi and Visualizing Results
Often in the library tech world we are not given the opportunity to attempt a project again. Effort spent re-doing a previous project in a different way, in some sense, means wasting time that could be used to work on new ...
Libraries and the Arctic: Language Education Support
(LIBREAS: Library Ideas, 2018-05)
The Arctic inspires awe. This unique region of the world has been studied in many ways by many different disciplines. The discipline of librarianship can also add to its study. In this article, the authors, a practicing ...
The Experience of International Students at Cross-Border University Libraries
(International Journal of Librarianship, 2017-12)
This article describes the results of a small research study investigating international student library use and perceptions in a cross-border setting. The graduate degree program at the center of this study ...
Librarians and ESL Instructors as Campus Partners in Collaboration and Alliance Building
(Collaborative Librarianship, 2018-06)
Librarians and English as a Second Language (ESL) instructors can be campus partners to improve student learning. This article describes one way for librarians to begin working collaboratively with their ESL instructor ...
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2016-06)
This is chapter 8 of "The Librarian's Introduction to Programming Languages" entitled C. It introduces the C language in a context suitable for Librarians and information professionals.
Publish, don’t perish: tips for evaluating journals
So, you want make sure you publish your research in a “good” journal? Maybe your role includes advising others on how to select appropriate publication venues? It’s tricky navigating the complex and rapidly shifting terrain ...