2007 Annual Research Forum
Please join us for the 2007 Annual LAUNC-CH Research Forum to hear the latest results on current LIS research and to learn more about exciting new programs and collaborative projects going on in area libraries. This year's Forum will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd from 1pm to 4pm in the Pleasants Family Room of the Wilson Library. Refreshments will be served.
- Creating Online Learning Objects to Illustrate North Carolina's Past
Dayna N. Durbin & Jenny McCraw, UNC Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
- Alternatives to Licensing: The NISO SERU Initiative
Selden D. Lamoureux, UNC Chapel Hill University Library
- Using WorldCat Collection Analysis Data to Indicate Strengths and Interpreting the Results
Luke Swindler, UNC Chapel Hill University Library
- Assessing a Student-Focused Learning Commons
Joe M. Williams, North Carolina State University Library
- Archiving Scientific Literature through the Digitization of the Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science.
William R. Burk, Kari Kozak, Tim Shearer, Mary Katherine Barnes, Gregory P. Copenhaver, UNC Chapel Hill.
- "Who is Irma?" Reshaping the Library's Identity through Play
Amy Harris & Lynda Kellam, UNC Greensboro
- Library Article Linker: Improving access to licensed resources one link at a time.
Josh Boyer & Tito Sierra, North Carolina State University
- New My Library Services: My Course Reserves and My Alerts
Shirley Rodgers & Karen Ciccone, North Carolina State University
- New York Academy of Medicine Collection of International Medical Theses: Finding Treasures in the Grime
Barbara R. Tysinger & Diane McKenzie, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Talking History: A Digital Oral Histories Project
Todd Cooper, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Creating a Pilot Ingest Survey
Jewel Ward, UNC-Chapel Hill
- North Carolina Biographical and Historical Information Online: Building Resources through Community
Katherine M Wisser, UNC-Chapel Hill
- The Information Seeking Behavior of Distance Education Students.
Amy J. Thompson, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Information Economics and Scholarly Communication as Instructional Strategies for Information Literacy
Scott Warren & Kim Duckett, North Carolina State University
The Research Forum is organized by the LAUNC-CH Professional Development Committee. If you have any questions, please contact:
Jim Ovitt, Chair
CB# 3922, Davis Library
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Comments or questions: Tim Shearer
This page was last updated Monday, October 22, 2007.