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SEP 19

19 September 2016

This webinar will be of interest to librarians, institutional reporting and data warehouse professionals, and academic administrators who are eager to more accurately aggregate the scholarly output of their institutions. Join us to learn how University of Minnesota is helping others on campus save time and improve accuracy in faculty activity reporting, academic program review, current awareness and more.

  • Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]

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Integrating the Library in the Life of the User: An Annotated Bibliography of Practical Ideas

Compiled by Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Annotated by Erin M. Hood

 

Strength in Numbers: The Research Libraries UK (RLUK) Collective Collection

by Constance Malpas and Brian Lavoie

 

Addressing the Challenges with Organizational Identifiers and ISNI

by Karen Smith-Yoshimura, Janifer Gatenby, Grace Agnew, Christopher Brown, Kate Byrne, Matt Carruthers, Peter Fletcher, Stephen Hearn, Xiaoli Li, Marina Muilwijk, Chew Chiat Naun, John Riemer, Roderick Sadler, Jing Wang, Glen Wiley, and Kayla Willey

 

Building Blocks: Laying the Foundation for a Research Data Management Program

by Ricky Erway, Laurence Horton, Amy Nurnberger, Reid Otsuji, and Amy Rushing

 

 

 

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Cookbook Finder is an experimental, works-based application that provides access to thousands of cookbooks and other works about food and nutrition described in library records.

 

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