ALA Conference presentations by OCLC Researchers now available

 
Five presentations made by OCLC Researchers and their colleagues at last month's ALA meeting in New Orleans are now available for viewing.

Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Marie L. Radford (Rutgers)

Seeking Synchronicity: Evaluating Virtual Reference Transcripts

(PPT:428K/22 slides)
QuestionPoint Users Group Meeting
ALA Annual Conference, 25 June, 2006, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

Marie L. Radford (Rutgers) and Lynn Silipigni Connaway

Facework in Chat Reference Encounters

(PPT:179K/29 slides)
Library Research Round Table Research Forum, "Librarians as Research Subjects"
ALA Annual Conference, 24 June, 2006, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

Julianne Beall (Library of Congress) and Diane Vizine-Goetz

Using Dewey to Improve Access to Fiction

(PowerPoint:894K/14 slides)
ALA Annual Conference, 24 June 2006, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

Edward T. O'Neill

FAST: A Faceted LCSH-Based Subject Vocabulary

(PowerPoint:2.0MB/35 slides)
ALA Annual Conference, 24 June 2006, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

Thom Hickey

Virtual International Authority File

(PPT:325K/25 slides)
ALA Annual Conference, 24 June 2006, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

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