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Handouts2010

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Handouts and Presentations from the Conference 2010

(as of 5/18/10)

 

Tuesday, April 27 Programs

9:00-9:50am R U a Real Person? Responding to Student Questions Via Chat and Text Messaging 

Presentation Documents:

 

LiveChat Source Code

Cheng Library LiveChat Handbook

9:00-9:50am  The Hybrid Open Source ILS by Middletown Twp. P.L.  Presentation Document 
9:00-9:50 am

What You Should Know About Implementing an eBook Reader Program

 

See Penn State presentation at:

http://www.slideshare.net/binkylush/new-jersey-library-association-sony-reader-panel 

See Princeton Kindle LibGuides Page

http://libguides.princeton.edu/kindle 

11:00-11:50am  Cool Teen Spaces You Could Have Right Now
See
www.sjrlc.org/teenspace/njla
1:30-2:20pm Dimensions of Digital Preservation by Brigid Burke, FDU  Presentation Document
1:30-2:20pm E-Marketing: Best Practices for Your Online Newsletter  Electronic newsletters.pptx  
1:30-2:20pm Dimensions of Digital Preservation by Paul Martinez, MSU 

Presentation Document

1:30-2:20pm I Stole It from John Green : Using Ning.com Closed Social Networking with Teens 

Resourcesning.pdf  

3:30-5:20pm Technology Innovation Forum

 

Presentation from the 2010 award winner -- Rutgers Camden:

Access in the Stacks.ppt

 

See online tutorial website from Richard Stockton College:

http://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/page.cfm?siteID=86&pageID=382 

 

Presentation on UMDNJ's Quick Search Tool:

Implementing_Quick_Search_UMDNJ.ppt

 

Presentation on NJIT's IntegraL search tool:

integral-njla2010-tech-innov-forum.pdf

 

3:30 - 4:20 pm Readers' Advisory: What We Didn't Learn in Library School 

Appeal terms and questions-f and nf.doc  

Booksheet new.doc

Marketing Tips for Readers' advisors.doc

review sources and what to look for.doc

speed reading-readers.doc

 

4:30 - 5:20 pm  On the Scene: Reference for Film, Music, Television and Video Games by Michael Maziekien 

On the Scene presentation.pdf

game consoles.pdf

music cheat sheet.pdf

4:30 - 5:20pm Building Partnerships That Work: Marketing Library Services with Kathy Dempsey Why_Are_Libraries_Worth_Partnering_With.doc  

 

 

Wednesday, April 28 Programs 

9:00 - 9:50 am Genres Without Borders

new rev Adrenaline handout.doc  

new revCharacteristics of Genres that Appeal to the Emotions.doc

new revCharacteristics of Landscape Genres.doc

new rev Intellect Genres 09 characteristics.doc

 9:00 - 9:50 am Still in the Closet: Subject Headings for LGBTIQ Identities by K.R. Roberto, University of Denver

lgbt cataloging.ppt Presentation

9:00 - 9:50 am The Best Party Games for Your Library with Elias Vazquez

Multiplayer_Video_Games_in_Libraries.pptx  

11:30am - 12:20pm LibGuides: Research Guides and Websites Made Easier by Moonitz and Dubicki njla 2010 Libguides.pptx  Presentation
11:30am - 12:20pm Library Renovation Dos and Don'ts

How to Design Functional Flexible and Forgiving Library Spaces compressed[1].pptx Paul Glassman

TradingSpacesNJLA10, compressed[2].pptx  Kathy Schalk-Greene

Nip Tuck NJLA Presentation Final--Pam Price, compressed[2].pptx  Pamela Price

2:30pm - 3:20pm Beyond the Traditional Reference Desk, by Kay Ann Cassell    

Meeting Users' Needs Through New Reference Service.pdf

2:30pm - 4:20pm Best Books for Young Adults AND MORE!

BBYAforNJLA2010.docx

BBYAcommitteechanges.pdf

 

 

 

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