Citing the Obvious

Citing the Obvious

Higher Ed Libraries worldwide strive to support institutional goals and drive student success. This podcast will bring together thought leaders from the academic community to discuss the hot topics and issues that face the modern academic library. This podcast is hosted by Ex Libris, is a leading global provider of cloud-based library, research office, and teaching and learning software. Opinions expressed by guests and presenters are their own.... Show More

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September 22, 2020 60 min

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to highlight the critical role of OER efforts, we will explore how Leganto is helping institutions put OER firmly into the hands of students via the learning management system.
This moderated panel of experienced librarians and OER specialists will explore the key topics associated with the rapid move and continued support of online learning by the library, as well as its proactive role in further ...

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In this episode Milersville University’s Krista Higham discusses her short and long-term plans for how to open the library and sustain services in the Fall 2020 semester and beyond. With a special focus on her role in resource sharing and inter-library loans, she explains how remote teaching and learning has affected everything from re-balancing collections to professional and from copyright to communications.

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In this one on one interview with Danuta Nitecki, Dean of Libraries and Professor at Drexel University, we will be discussing the challenges of reopening on-site library services. In this episode recorded in July, Danuta will cover initial ideas and strategies for reopening a university library, strategies around e-resources, how they were prepared for the emergency transition and much more!
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A panel discusses the measures being taken by academic libraries in preparation for the return of students to the physical campus. Topics include the physical facility, e-resource collection development, sharing through ILL, staffing, workflows and ensuring that the libraries assets match the needs of in-person and online classes. While the issues are complex and the situation constantly evolving, the panel will present guidelines ...

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In an engaging and moderator-guided Q&A, a panel of library visionaries will present their views on the long-term needs of academic libraries and will examine how advances in research in intelligent systems could affect the institution over the coming decade. While ten years might seem like an eternity for some, for others it is normal to have both two and five-year plans, as well as speculations about possible needs in ten yea...

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In this episode Rosemary Arneson, University Librarian at the University of Mary Washington, shares her experience of using Leganto to support the move to online learning.

Universities around the world are adapting quickly to the “new normal”, shifting their focus to online learning. Libraries have long offered remote access to content, however, supporting remote learning at scale presents new challenges.

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Bob Banerjee – Director...

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As academic library visionaries plan for an increasingly impactful role, this episode reviews the fundamental drivers and examines ways in which they are uniquely positioned to improve the research outcomes of research faculty in collaboration with the Office of Research. They will also cover ways to objectively measure the impact, in order to further justify increased investment and highlight the true value of the library to the o...

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July 21, 2020 56 min

A panel of distinguished leaders, from different fields within their academic library space, will discuss the impact of recent events on their institutions, and the measures they took in anticipation of a world with an increasing number of remote learners. They will go on to discuss initiatives they are putting in place now to optimize the distance learning model, of which they play a critical part, and the likely consequences for ...

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