As I was sitting in a CIL2009 session that was essentially something that could have easily been a blog post with a bunch of annotated links, I wondered to myself why this was chosen to be a session over something else, and why I had chosen to attend it rather than something else. I concluded [...]
This is the session that I co-presented with Cindi Trainor (Eastern Kentucky University). The slides don’t convey all of the points we were trying to make, so I’ve also included a cleaned-up version of those notes.
ERM… What Do You Do With All That Data, Anyway? View more presentations from eclecticlibrarian. Title In 2004, the [...]
Speaker: Steven M. Cohen
Zoho – somewhat more popular than Google Docs YouTube RSS search – only the top 10 of any search, however, if you use youtube/rss/search/<search term>.rss, you will get it all X – nothing WwwhatsNew – Spanish language cool tools Votes Database – Washington Post hosted profiles of congressional members including RSS [...]
Speaker: Ryan Deschamps
In the end, you will install and play with several different content management systems until you find the right one for your needs. A good CMS will facilitate the division of labor, support the overall development of the site, and ensure best practices/standards. It’s not about the content, it’s about the cockpit. [...]
Presenter: Shane Beers
Green open access (OA) is the practice of depositing and making available a document on the web. Most frequently, these are peer reviewed research and conference articles. This is not self-publishing! OA repositories allow institutions to store and showcase the research output of institutions, thus increasing their visibility within the academic community.