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A call for libraries to go green

Ina Fourie, Kathrin Ambrozic
2012 Library hi tech  
The intention of this contribution is to make sense of the call for "libraries to go green", while at the same time to show the potential of explicitly considering information behaviour and the need to  ...  Findings -Although rather a limited number, publications on "going green" and the "paperless" library/society address a variety of issues ranging from planning "green" library buildings, to assessing the  ...  Within the theme for this edition, I realise that the need for "libraries to go green" is something I first need to make sense of.  ... 
doi:10.1108/07378831211266573 fatcat:x4dweuwcdba2tpywxdohtcgo7i

Where to Go Shopping for Information: Public Libraries or Academic Libraries?

Samantha Larsen Hastings
2013 Against the Grain  
Where to Go Shopping for Information: Public Libraries or Academic Libraries?  ...  Location The convenience of location is another reason why patrons will go to a public library.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.2692 fatcat:57zaif4idjhifdj7dvxzkgucfy

Subgrants from Lilly Endowment Go to Nine Libraries

1957 College and Research Libraries  
The program will provide visiting consultants on the general subject of "The Library in College Instruction," faculty members committing themselves to service regular hours each week in the library as  ...  WEsTERN CoLLEGE FOR WoMEN The Lilly Grant will furnish funds for the Western College for Women to purchase books and related materials for a special reading room in its library devoted to the College's  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_18_04_335 fatcat:bclxt55n7jh5xhrf3saawzd5bu

Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional Repositories and The New York Public Library

Stewart Bodner, Eric Neubacher
2007 Urban Library Journal  
Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional Repositories and The New York Public Library Stewart Bodner, New York Public Library and Eric Neubacher, Baruch College, CUNY The Research Libraries of the  ...  Powerpoint presentation to the OCLC Members Council, May 24, 2004 . Bodner and Neubacher: Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional  ... 
doi:10.31641/ulj140107 fatcat:h3z2z3cwdnbphlydgx6xbofa3q

To boldly go – creating an online library for alumni

Helen Wetherill
2008 Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community  
They were willing, however, to go ahead with a trial for the Alumni Library Online (ALO) using their standard products but with the knowledge that an alumni version was imminent.  ...  Bearing in mind the strong links with business and industry that make Cranfield Serials -21(3), November 2008 Helen Wetherill Creating an online library for alumni 201 To boldly go -creating an online  ... 
doi:10.1629/21201 fatcat:23jnvhjlinbgtd5v4msfcaptzy

EconBiz to go

Tamara Pianos, Kathrin Ambrozic
2012 Library hi tech  
Actual numbers of library apps are hard to come by.  ...  On the library info-card users have the option to set a home library in order to get accessibility information for their library.  ... 
doi:10.1108/07378831211266582 fatcat:242vzccbxzfqlocicw2yj2teae

Lagniappe: Comics Go to College

Megan Lewis
2009 North Carolina Libraries  
From movies (The Matrix) to literature (Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay) to art (Roy Lichtenstein), the footprint of comics on the culture at large is a deep one.  ...  As Randall Scott, curator of Michigan State University's Comic Arts Collection, puts it, "In the entertainment we all enjoy is embedded the information about our culture that we're going to want to study  ...  Superheroes were their favorite genre, and form the collection's core, which includes a near-complete run of Superman going back to the 1930s, many early Batman issues, and debuts of the Incredible Hulk  ... 
doi:10.3776/ncl.v62i3.128 fatcat:sbws226wune7vc7epmj54lw4pi

Go back to start: gathering baseline data about gaming in libraries

Scott Nicholson, Sarah McNicol
2009 Library Review  
Most public libraries have classic games like chess, checkers, backgammon, or Scrabble, and many host regular clubs that play card games like Bridge or traditional games like Chess or Go.  ...  One of our goals was to reach beyond public libraries in order to broaden our understanding of games in libraries.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00242530910942054 fatcat:4uesr3vrg5ftzohlgefkoal7v4

I'll Go to the Library Later: The Relationship between Academic Procrastination and Library Anxiety

Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Qun G. Jiao
2000 College and Research Libraries  
Findings revealed that, overall, academic procrastination was significantly positively related to the following dimensions of library anxiety: affective barriers, comfort with the library, and mechanical  ...  with the library, and knowledge of the library.  ...  "Knowledge of the library" refers to how familiar stu dents feel they are with the library.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl.61.1.45 fatcat:nlw4h4zwarcedbdz2b4zfa4sye

"Library-On-The-Go": Utilizing Technology to Provide Educational Programming

Nandita S. Mani
2008 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author extends appreciation to Nancy Bulgarelli, director of the Sladen Library and Center for Health Information Resources, for her guidance and support and to all Sladen Library staff  ...  The ''Library-On-The-Go'' logo was created by Joseph Escribano, applications specialist for Sladen Library.  ...  To mitigate these barriers, the library developed the ''Library-On-The-Go'' project, funded in part by the National Library of Medicine (contract no.  ... 
doi:10.3163/1536-5050.96.3.009 pmid:18654649 pmcid:PMC2479052 fatcat:fv62vlrievdvvdxjyftr74ncd4

Who Is Going to Mine Digital Library Resources? And How?

Lawrence Rudner
2000 D-Lib Magazine  
The paper concludes that ready access to resources can lead to decreased research quality and ill-informed practice.  ...  For two days in early November 1998, all patrons wanting to search the ERIC database installed at the ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation (ERIC/AE) Web site were required to complete a 10-item  ...  Finally, I would find a few key articles, check the references in those articles, and go back to the library to find them.  ... 
doi:10.1045/may2000-rudner fatcat:ela4qbqlubcjnhegcsn32etivu

Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional Repositories and The New York Public Library, Summary of a Presentation by Stewart Bodner and Eric Neubacher

Beth Evans
2007 Urban Library Journal  
Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional Repositories and The New York Public Library, Stewart Bodner, New York Public Library and Eric Neubacher, Baruch College, CUNY Stewart Bodner opened his talk  ...  Libraries also need to think long-term to develop life-cycle management systems for maintenance and migration of data.  ... 
doi:10.31641/ulj140108 fatcat:le5ssmxjpvcdbk3yiqe5qdtwo4

To keep up, go beyond

Steven J. Bell
2019 College & research libraries news  
Go to http:// for additional information.  ...  It reflects our co erable efforts to cope with the deluge of in formation needed to keep pace with the rapid and turbulent change affecting the library pro fession.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.61.7.581 fatcat:pooiettnvfdszhe7k4qh7jt5hi

Where do you want to go today [in attribute space]? [chapter]

André Skupin
2007 Geojournal Library  
This paper proposes to conceptualize a geographic trajectory as an attribute-time path (ATP) traversing an n-dimensional attribute space.  ...  Those entities undergo spatialization and the resulting point locations become vertices as the ATP is projected into lower dimensions to form a spatialized attribute-time path (SATP).  ...  The key to achieving this is to conceive of a Skupin, A. (2007) Where do you want to go today [in attribute space]? In Miller, H. (Ed.)  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-5427-0_9 fatcat:e6c4y76c25hald2u2zjpjpr3xq

Where Do We Go From Here? Libraries adapting to Plan S and Funder Mandates

Marco Tullney
2019 Zenodo  
To achieve this, libraries must look at scholarly-owned and library-owned infrastructure.  ...  Libraries need to adapt in reaction to Plan S, not only by supporting and advising their researchers, but by looking at their role in the field of scholarly communication.  ...  metadata Marco Tullney, Technische Informationsbibliothek Thanks to Bianca Kramer and the many participants in the OAI11 workshop on Plan S, see (Kramer and Tullney  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3533608 fatcat:4lh4a32s75d6hbdgdeddvszvke
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