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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Area of Academic Libraries

This is the sixth and final installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the area of academic…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Youth Services Concentration

This is the fourth installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the Youth Services Concentration with…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Archives Studies Concentrations

This is the second installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the Archives Studies concentration…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Health Information Professional and Informatics Concentration

This is the first installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses Health Information Professional and…

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How to Deal with Budget Cuts - Keith Rocci

Libraries will never have enough funding. It seems like more and more our budgets are shrinking. This presentation will discuss dealing with budget cuts proactively. Understanding how to evaluate…

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Empathetic Librarianship - Keith Rocci

This presentation will discuss empathy in the library profession. We will briefly discuss some best practices to build empathy skills, such as cultural humility, person-in-environment, and creating…

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Fast-tracking Your Professional Reputation: Publishing Books and Getting Involved in ALA

How can you get published if you haven’t yet done empirical research? How do you get your name on the cover as editor of a professional book? How does joining library associations—whether…

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The Google Effect: How Search Engines, YouTube, and Other Sites Promote Misinformation

This webinar will introduce recent scholarship that explores how search engines' and social media's algorithms can lead to very different search results for different people and how this…

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Emily Vardell - Health Insurance Literacy in Libraries

Today many adults have difficulty knowing how to find a physician, fill a prescription, use and pay for medications, and use health information to make informed decisions about their health.…

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SLIM Virtual Event - Dr. Blanche Woolls (SLIM Faculty Q&A)

Dr. Blanche Woolls was originally scheduled to answer questions from SLIM students and faculty on the following topic. Due to technology issues, Dr. Woolls was unable to join but the SLIM faculty…

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The View from Olumo Rock Supporting Institutional Repository Development in Abeokuta, Nigeria

How does one promote open access and institutional repositories in a country where they are still relatively novel? Can you communicate effectively about library issues in a place where everyone…

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Accessibility from the Ground Up: Lessons from our First Year working towards Accessibility

Pacific University Libraries started a group to investigate accessibility in 2019. We want to share our experiences from our first year of accessibility work on library facilities, services,…

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Engaging users through accessible and pedagogical guides at the University of Oregon

Online library research guides are often created as a pathfinder with too much text but not enough pedagogical guidance, and a static lists of links that lack context. Pedagogical-style guides can…

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Ken Varnum - Beyond Reality Expanding Your Library's Services to the Virtual

It’s no longer enough to build library services around the real world. Technology is enabling an entirely new set of worlds for libraries and our communities to explore and build, through…

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IT371 Week 12

Gamification, Games-based Learning, and Games-based Inquiry

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IT371 Week 9

Digital Citizenship & Sutori

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