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ILI 2011

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Linda Vidlund

on 3 November 2011

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Transcript of ILI 2011

Our main focus
students in the building
still shelf-browsing
gap between physical and digital
expensive digital collections
Why a pilot project?
to show what really works
organisational development
skill development
Dropbox and EN Web
involve students, researchers and co-workers
presentations in various context
What did the researchers think?
discussions about Ipads and other digital reading devices
pricing models
good for students; up-to-date and "free" material
student associations
information desk
What did the students think?
They love the idea of e-books for course collections!
It's difficult to find e-books
Why doesn't the library ...
have pop-up boxes in the catalogue?
tell responsible teachers about e-books?
1/3 - read e-books
2/3 - rarely or never
text searching
from anywhere
hard to lose
easy to carry
no relevant books
difficult to print, copy and use
Why don't you read e-books?
prefer printed books
e-books? where?
difficult to print, copy and use
technical issues
Librarians, webmasters, information specialists
Go creative with Open Space!
What did our colleagues think?
more creative meetings
positive to our ideas about screens and QR-codes
new Intranet to support sharing
More than talk ...
QR codes
Positive and negative experiences?
Next step...
think, plan and coordinate together. It saves time!
it wasn't our good examples that turned the staff on...
make sure to have a clear decision-making mandate from the beginning to avoid misunderstandings
it's ok to make mistakes!
a new task
expand student and faculty participation and collaboration
add YouTube-lectures
easy to move screens and change content
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Further readings
malfunctions often
prefer printed books
e-books where?
technical issues
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