|College and University Libraries Section [CULS]|
The purpose of this Section shall be to promote the interests and needs of librarians and other personnel associated with college and university libraries in the state.
Our Place: New Frontiers in Meeting Needs
April 22, 2015 | 1pm-4pm
Memphis Hilton | Southeast Ballroom B
IT/Reference Collaboration: Can Two Departments Share the Same Space?
Pam Dennis and Robert Rose, University of Memphis
The University of Memphis Libraries RIS Desk and the IT Desk, both located in the University Libraries Learning Commons, combined their service points this semester to provide a more efficient and meaningful service to users on campus. The pilot program promotes a more cooperative desk that combines the technology skills of the existing IT Desk with the reference and scholarly expertise of Libraries faculty and staff while simultaneously solving staffing problems faced by both desks.
Library-Land Boldly Explores New Frontiers
Regina Lee, Tennessee Technological University
Over the past year or so, several groups on campus have partnered with the library to establish cutting edge technological experiences for students and faculty. The Volpe Library is providing its expertise in supporting learning outside of the classroom and is reconfiguring space to best serve students.
The presentation will provide a brief description of each endeavor, approximately 6 entities outside the library, and how the library benefits from these partnerships with other academic units on campus. Tennessee Tech is one of very few universities, and the only one in the state, to have a VisCube in the HIVE (Hybrid Immersive Visualization Environment).
The Role of a Library Liaison in a Merged Division
Jennifer Ott and Wendy Trenthem, Rhodes College
Several college campuses are merging or have merged library services and information technology in order to provide a cohesive unit for service and support. Since 1999, Rhodes College has had a merged Library and IT division, and now information professionals play many different roles (researcher, instructor, collection developer, IT support, and liaison). At Rhodes, the Information Services Librarian position was created to service the needs of the academic departments and the campus as a whole. The liaison duties of this position involve collaboration with faculty, communication, and relationship building. Learn how this role has changed over the past fifteen years, and how it continues to evolve in a small liberal arts college.
Change: Community Involvement brings Staff Empowerment | Linebaugh Public Library System Case Study
Carol Ghattas, Linebaugh Public Library
Since coming to Linebaugh in 2011, Carol Ghattas has been constantly aware that things needed to change in order to better meet the needs of their community, but it was not until the entire system went through a new strategic planning process under the leadership of Sandra Nelson, that she found the empowerment she longed for to bring effective change.
Everything in its Place: Google Maps for Libraries
Rachel Scott and Anna Neal, University of Memphis
Google Maps are ubiquitous. Libraries and other institutions increasingly use this platform to generate interest in collections and engage users. This presentation describes successful implementations, illustrates how Google Maps can enrich library services, discusses the process of creating the Memphis Music Venues map, and concludes with a demonstration.
Sustain a Book: Recycling Books for Art & Function
Deborah Babb, Christian Brothers University
Inspired by Claremont College's re:book contest, we initiated a similar contest in spring 2014 called Sustain a Book: http://libguides.cbu.edu/
TLA Board Meeting
9/27/2015 » 10/3/2015
Banned Books Week: display contest