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May 08, 2006 · Podcasts

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In part 3 of our series Liz concludes her discussion and answers questions from the audience.

This portion runs approximately 21 minutes.

May 05, 2006 · Podcasts

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In part two of our series Liz discusses:

Federal Funding Information

May 05, 2006 · Podcasts

 

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Previously Ms. Bishoff was Vice President for Digital Collection Services at OCLC, and former Executive Director of the Colorado Digitization Program. Liz has worked with libraries and museums in many states on various aspects of their collaborative digitization initiatives.

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In part one of our three part series Liz discusses:

Assumptions about grants and libraries

Apr 27, 2006 ·

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The Libraries are proud to present our new TV commercial, currently running on SDTV! Two ASU students have created an outstanding ad focusing on encouraging use of Refworks to create bibliographies for their papers. Make sure you give Refworks a try!

Running Time: 31 seconds

Mar 09, 2006 · Podcasts

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Running Time: 55 minutes

On Thursday, February 16, Detective Terry Lewis, computer crimes officer in the Department of Public Safety at ASU gave a presentation for library staff on “Internet Child Pornography and Arizona Law”

The presentation covered background information on:

• Web-based pornography, • Information on child pornography offenders, • Arizona Law covering this topic and why it is taken so seriously • What to do if you suspect you’ve witnessed child pornography being viewed in the Library.

This portion runs approximately 55 minutes.

Copyright © 2006 Arizona Board of Regents

Feb 28, 2006 · Podcasts Students, resources

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Spring 2006 Arizona University Libraries Consortium Meeting, Tempe, Arizona

On Friday, February 17th, the ASU Libraries hosted the twice-yearly ARIZONA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES CONSORTIUM meeting. This year’s highlight was also the way the attendees started their day: the Student Panel: “Academic Libraries in Transition: Here’s What Students Have to Say”. Five students from various academic levels and backgrounds came together and were engaged as a panel by moderator JoAnn Mulvihill. Panelists were asked questions covering topics such as what types of technologies they preferred to use, what time and where they preferred to write papers, how they learned about how to use the library or new library technologies, and what improvements they’d like to see the libraries undertake.

The panelists were charming, engaging, and offered an amazing amount of insight into how the student community is using the library system and the tools we provide.

Student Participants: Elizabether Miller, Michael Perez, Lynn Mantion, Jenna Lathrop, Brian Collier

Moderator: JoAnn Mulvihill

Runtime: 60 minutes

Copyright © 2006 Arizona Board of Regents

Feb 22, 2006 · Podcasts

ASU's University Technology Officer Adrian Sannier talks to the University Libraries about IT's new Technology Strategy, the four core elements of the strategy, and the University Libraries central role in the strategy.

 

 

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In part three of Adrian Sannier's presentation, he answers questions from the audience covering a wide range of topics, including:

  • Incorporating a 1 to 1 computing strategy for students
  • Developing millennial students technical skills for research and writing
  • Forming strategic alliances with vendors and companies to improve search technologies
  • Emphasizing the need for librarians to play a central role in the new technology strategy
  • Stressing the need to share information across the university through wikis and blogs

This portion runs approximately 33 minutes.

Feb 22, 2006 · Podcasts

ASU's University Technology Officer Adrian Sannier talks to the University Libraries about IT's new Technology Strategy, the four core elements of the strategy, and the University Libraries central role in the strategy.

 

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In part two of Adrian Sannier's presentation, he answers questions from the audience covering a wide range of topics, including:

  • Implementing content management tools and sharing resources
  • Discussing the future of electronic books
  • Providing an alternate means for academic publishing
  • Discussing a paperless campus.

This portion runs approximately 27 minutes.

Feb 22, 2006 · Podcasts

ASU's University Technology Officer Adrian Sannier talks to the University Libraries about IT's new Technology Strategy, the four core elements of the strategy, and the University Libraries central role in the strategy.

 

 

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In part one of our three part series, Sannier describes how the current, “near follower” technology strategy needs to be challenged. The university, as a vertically integrated industry, needs to let go of technologies it helped to create, and look outside the university to form strategic alliances. He then describes the four core businesses in the technology strategy:

  1. Academic or Learning Technology: university needs to lead the way;
  2. Research Technology: new infrastructure of large data sets;
  3. Fifth campus: online campus, one university many places; and
  4. the Library: digital presence. Stay tuned for our next podcast where Dr. Sannier discusses: Content Management Systems, e-Books, For Profit Publishing, e-Publishing, and Paperless University.
Jan 20, 2006 · Podcasts

​New services at ASU Libraries include:

  • Microsoft Office products
  • ASU Libraries Redesigned Web Site
  • Wireless in the Library
  • Writing papers just got easier!

“Get It! @ ASU” “Get It! @ ASU.”Get It” takes you from the e-journal list, article indexes and other resources straight to the article. If the article isn't available online you can connect to Interlibrary Loan or Document Delivery. Find out more: Get It! @ ASU with SFX Citation Linking Service

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What's New at the Library 2005 (Video-MP4)

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