This webinar explains the different types of context information needed to preserve data’s meaning in ways that support data reuse over time and to discuss when and how to best capture this information over the course of the data’s lifecycle.
File: video, 56 minutes Topics: Research Data Management
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Lorcan Dempsey's keynote address from ER&L Middle East focuses on libraries' shift to new collection models and engaging in new ways to support needs across communities and organizations.
File: pptx, 111 MB
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
OCLC Research and Product Services team up to share OCLC Delivery Services research interests and product strategy at the Library Futures Conference 2019.
File: video, 48 minutes Topics: Researcher Support
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
In this video, OCLC's Chip Nilges and OCLC Research Library Partnership Executive Director Rachel Frick provide an update on OCLC's work on open content strategy.
File: video, 39 minutes Topics: Open Access
During this webinar, Titia van der Werf will share results pertaining to the category of university and research libraries, which formed the largest group of respondents and provided a powerful and current snapshot of the state of open content support in higher education and research worldwide.
File: video, 53 minutes Topics: Open Access, Research Library Partnership
Burlington, VT (USA)
This presentation shows how libraries can move from designing spaces and services for their community to using key strategies for collaborating with community members to co-create solutions that work. Learn from real-world examples from the participants in the Small Libraries Create Smart Spaces project who applied this community-centered design approach.
File: ppt, 60MB Topics: WebJunction
Lynn Silipigni Connaway details research methods and techniques used in library and information science, the most popular research methods used in LIS, what we’ve learned from mixed methods research, and why teaching research methods is important. This was a keynote presentation at IFLA 2019.
File: pptx, 42MB Topics: Research Methods
In this keynote presentation, Lynn Silipigni Connaway provides context for the state of information seeking, and makes a case for positioning the library as more than just a place. She also provides examples for both academic and public libraries that are meeting the users where they are.
File: pptx, 27MB Topics: Information Literacy, Student Support
Two of the investigators of the “Researching Students’ Information Choices” project provide an in-depth update on this project that examines and compares the judgments and perceptions of students as they select resources for science-related school inquiry projects.
File: pptx, 70MB Topics: Information Literacy, Research Methods
Austin, TX (USA)
In this hands-on workshop, Gutsche leads participants through the basics about asynchronous learning, instructional design, and how to embed the instructor in self-paced design. In addition to the slides, download the workbook (PDF) for the workshop.
File: ppt, 21MB Topics: WebJunction