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Aug 07, 2006 · Podcasts

Meet The Library Systems Help Desk

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Ever wonder what to do when you have a computer or internet problem at the library? The ASU Libraries Help Desk is your answer.

Join us as Fred McIlvain interviews the folks who have heard it all! Learn about the top issues they face everyday, the HelpSTAR system, how to submit a problem report, tracking your service requests, interesting help desk stories, what our staff really think about floppy disks and much more.

problem report page.

Host: Fred McIlvain

Guests: Keith Swartz, James Chudzik, Jeremy Kurtz

Episode 21

© 2006 Arizona Board of Regents

Jul 31, 2006 · Podcasts

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For our 20th episode we are talking with Exhibits Committee Chair, and Life Sciences Librarian Katherine O’Clair.

Katherine is entering her second year as chair of the committee and will talk about current and future exhibits, the current state of the committee, and how it was formed. She will also talk about a new collaborative show underway with the School of Life Sciences on Arizona plants and animals that naturally survive the heat of summer.

Mimmo Bonnani (Digital Projects Librarian) and Matthew Harp (Digital Library Production Manager) join us for the discussion.

For more information please visit the exhibits committee website.

Host: Fred McIlvain

Episode 20 © 2006 Arizona Board of Regents

Jul 22, 2006 · Podcasts

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What We Did This Summer:

A round table discussion about what ASU Libraries have done over the summer preparing for the fall semester.

Host: Fred McIlvain

Guests: Jennifer Duvernay, Tammy Allgood, Mimmo Bonanni

© 2006 Arizona Board of Regents

Jun 19, 2006 · Exhibits, Podcasts

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Exhibit Poster

Fred McIlvain interviews Linda Whitaker of the Arizona Historical Foundation about “A Celebration of the Human Spirit: The Art and Artifacts of Arizona's World War II Relocation Camps” an exhibition showing in the Charles T. Hayden Library Rotunda at Arizona State University's Tempe Campus.

The exhibit runs from May 22 to August 11, 2006.

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Running Time: 12:22

Jun 02, 2006 · Podcasts

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Power Point Presentation

Joan Frye Williams continues her May 16th presentation to the Arizona Library Association explaining how librarians can improve their chances of success by implementing the innovations that best match their particular type of library environment. In this segment Joan concludes her discussion by providing helpful hints on implementing new plans and then takes questions from the audience.

Jun 02, 2006 · Podcasts

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Joan Frye Williams continues her May 16th presentation to the Arizona Library Association explaining how librarians can improve their chances of success by implementing the innovations that best match their particular type of library environment. She demonstrates why innovation is seldom easy, and even best practices aren’t “one size fits all.”

In part 2 Joan discusses:

• Who owns the experience of your service • Accounting Environments • Risk – Averse Environments • Customer – Centered Environments • Rethinking your relationship with your customers

Jun 01, 2006 · Podcasts

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Power Point Presentation

News: Arizona State University Libraries offers a new webpage “Scholarly Communication” as a resource to our academic community for staying abreast of emerging trends that directly impact those involved in research, publication, and teaching. Go to https://lib.asu.edu/colldev for more information.

Program: “Matching Innovations to Environment Part 1″

Joan Frye Williams continues her May 16th presentation to the Arizona Library Association explaining how librarians can improve their chances of success by implementing the innovations that best match their particular type of library environment. She demonstrates why innovation is seldom easy, and even best practices aren’t “one size fits all.”

In part 1 Joan demonstrates:

• How choosing the right Innovations can help you • Being a Library Innovator is easier than you think • Why many library projects fail • Knowing your library environment (Know what works for you)

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May 25, 2006 · Podcasts

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On Tuesday, May 16, 2006 the Arizona Library Association brought library IT consultant Joan Frye Williams to the ASU Tempe campus to explain how libraries can be fast, convenient, and suited to the modern, multi-tasking lives of today’s students and faculty without marginalizing the librarian.

In this segment Joan Frye Williams discusses:

• Recommender Systems and Collaborative Filtering • Continuous Partial Attention • User-Driven Priorities • Library Branding • Libraries Compared to Search Engines • Alternatives to traditional reference services • Questions from the Audience

May 25, 2006 · Podcasts

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On Tuesday, May 16, 2006 the Arizona Library Association brought library IT consultant Joan Frye Williams to the ASU Tempe campus to explain how libraries can be fast, convenient, and suited to the modern, multi-tasking lives of today’s students and faculty without marginalizing the librarian.

In this segment Joan Frye Williams discusses:

• Simplified Way Finding • Roving Support Staff and Wireless Internet • Services for Hunter-Gatherers • Implementing a Library Toolbar • User Supplied Interfaces • Blogs and Wikis • Library Service Via Social Networks

May 25, 2006 · Podcasts

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Power Point Presentation

On Tuesday, May 16, 2006 the Arizona Library Association brought library IT consultant Joan Frye Williams to the ASU Tempe campus to explain how libraries can be fast, convenient, and suited to the modern, multi-tasking lives of today’s students and faculty without marginalizing the librarian. Joan is an internationally recognized library futurist and has been a successful librarian, consultant, trainer, and user of library services for more than 25 years.

Part one will focus on such topics as:

• 24 Hour Conveniences • Full Service Web Sites • Podcast Programs and Training • Pop-Up Library Spaces • Self Directed Services

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