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IDS Lightning Talk on SUNYONE

SUNYONE is a pilot project of collaborative collection development for purchasing titles not currently owned in SUNY libraries. I've been involved since the beginning and recently gave a Lightning Talk about the project at IDS.

The link below should take you to the Google Doc presentation slides that I used. I suggest viewing the presenter notes for it to make any sense at all. ;) Go to the Actions box on the lower left hand part of the window. Choose Show Speaker Notes. Enjoy!

https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dg7jrg7v_15cfksfhfd

The Mummy Rises @ the Library


The Mummy Rises @ the Library
Originally uploaded by Amerk.
There are days that I am firmly convinced that Technical Services folks have all the fun. Today was one of those days. Take a gander at our latest library acquisition...

No guesses?  Look here for the answer.
There is always excitement in a library. It doesn't always sound like a gunshot hitting glass, but sometimes it does.

No one was hurt, except for the window and perhaps an ego or two.
It was more effective at waking everyone up than a pot of coffee. The downside to that staff-alertness method would be the cost of repairing new windows everyday.

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  • 2 Jun 2008, 19:03
    I think I'm at 90% on those lines of billing. Though that's taken several years and NYLINK blames OCLC for the incoherence.

    Local training and work-flow assistance is my number once concern. As…
  • 2 Jun 2008, 18:52
    As I understand it, in part from Rob at WALDO, and in part from rumor and innuendo heard at Computers in Libraries, OCLC wants to cut out the middle-man as part of their new vision of our shared…
  • 1 Sep 2007, 02:28
    Hi, I have one of those CueCats and have done some research on them. LibraryThing leaves the CueCat unchanged, and it works wonderfully. The people at LibraryThing say that the CueCat will also…
  • 1 Sep 2007, 02:25
    Hi, I have one of those CueCats and have done some research on them. LibraryThing leaves the CueCat unchanged, and it works wonderfully. The people at LibraryThing say that the CueCat will also…
  • (Anonymous)
    14 Feb 2007, 13:25
    I'm looking forward to reading your thoughts on ABL!

    Greetings from Amsterdam,
    Anthony
    http//:www.medialab.nl
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