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Course Managment Systems & Librarians

More than two decades ago articles reviewing, posturing, and exploring the potential when course or learning management systems (CMS or LMS) intersect with library work began appearing in library literature and … Continue reading

12/30/2016 · Leave a comment

Cultural Competency

A few years ago after a staff meeting where diversity, higher education communication, and delivering services held central to the discussion, a manager approached me and a colleague inquiring about … Continue reading

05/26/2016 · Leave a comment

Collection Assessment: Done in 3 months

It is February 2016. Snow drifts on the sidewalk; darkness deepens before 6:00 PM and the cross country ski trails are in excellent condition. The past few months were full … Continue reading

02/10/2016 · Leave a comment

What’s integration got to do with it?

Everything.  Absolutely everything. I am fortunate to work with a far-sighted and student-focused faculty that saw that our collaboration would allow them to focus closely on course content.  Curriculum learning objectives and … Continue reading

02/26/2015 · Leave a comment

Shifting Competencies

Web 2.0 has significantly altered how academic librarians develop collections, assist researchers, present findings, and engage and communicate with users. The scope of change is not quantifiable and is often … Continue reading

09/16/2013 · Leave a comment