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WAAL09: We're from the Government and We're Here to Help! : Reference and Loan Library Services for Academic Libraries

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on Friday, April 24, 2009 in WLA Blog Archive
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"We're from the Government and We're Here to Help! : Reference and Loan Library Services for Academic Libraries"Martha Farley Berninger, Abby Swanton, Lisa Reale, and Vickie LongReference & Loan Library, DPI - http://dpi.wi.gov/RLLBadgerLink:-- Appreciate getting credit for database links (ex: "provided by BadgerLink" or logo)-- Access is via IP address or library card barcode ranges (please provide both to Badgerlink), or other as needed-- New: Federated searching across all EBSCOhost and Proquest databases, (and WisCat for licensed libraries)-- Support: online form for tech support & promotional materials (bookmarks, posters)WisCat:-- Since 1980s - resource-sharing tool for ILL, MARC record sharing-- Z39.50 compatible-- Includes public, academic, and medical library catalogs, (and Minitex - Minnesota catalogs?)-- For past year, ISO connection with Illiad for UW-Madison libraries (GZM) brokered by WILS-- Splash page is customizable, with up to 4 RSS feeds, calendar message of the day-- "L" list libraries only - can't afford othersWisconsin Digital...

WAAL 2008: Where are we? Academic librarianship in Wisco

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on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 in WLA Blog Archive
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Panelists:Kim LaPlante, Northeast Wisconsin Technical CollegeMary Rieder, UW CollegesEd Van Gemert, UW-MadisonPat Wilkinson, UW-OshkoshPete Gilbert, Lawrence UniversityModerator: Gretchen Revie, Lawrence UniversityRole of library in higher education todayKim:WI Tech Coll system served 400,000 students last yearNWTC 43,000+ students, 6,000 FTEEducation: what you want, how you want it, where you want it#1 teaching IL skills - find, evaluate, use - librarian is most important resource in the library#2 gather materials - not so much in-house, but provide access; currency (ex: nursing or computer tech within past few years); get copyright permission to put online; video streaming online; cover many counties so has to be widely available#3 fostering innovation; disseminate to admin and faculty re: trends, directions to take, grantsMary:Similar to Tech Coll, with multiple campuses/libraries (13) across state; 50 library staff (~3/library, not all FT)Lots to do, little staff time to do itLarge and growing online student population (1,100 now)Undergrad support vs....

WLA 2007: WisconsinEye.com

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on Friday, October 19, 2007 in WLA Blog Archive
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The first I learned of this new C-SPAN-like broadcasting network was from the WLA conference brochure's directory of exhibitors, two days ago: "WisconsinEye is a statewide public affairs network providing independent, nonpartisan coverage of community and civic life, beginning with gavel-to-gavel coverage of state government in Madison."Then Thursday morning, Bonnie Shucha at WisBlawg passed along an announcement of the partnership between WisconsinEye and BadgerNet, the state's network of "voice, data, and video services to state agencies, local governments, UW campuses, technical colleges, private colleges and universities, public and private K-12 schools, and libraries."When I made it into the exhibit hall for the first time late Thursday afternoon, it was my intention to seek out the WisconsinEye booth and find out a bit more about this venture. I found Chris Long, President & CEO, ready to talk, with a back-drop of streaming news playing on both their website and a television,...