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Links 1 through 10 of 356 by Stephan Rosenke tagged library

Welcome to the New England e-Science Portal for Librarians. A collaborative project devoted to educating science and medical librarians on e-Science, the portal was initiated at the University of Massachusetts Medical School through funding from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.

Content for the portal is contributed by a dedicated team of subject specialists from diverse New England research libraries. This team has scoured the web for e-Science news, events, projects, and tutorials. We encourage your involvement in the portal through comments, discussions, and content contributions. Come join in the conversation and become part of the New England e-Science Librarian Community!

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The Journal of eScience Librarianship is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that advances the theory and practice of librarianship with a special focus on services related to data-driven research in the physical, biological, and medical sciences.

This project has been partially funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. N01-LM-6-3508 with the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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In creating a mobile-optimized website for Drexel University Libraries, we have strived to preserve the seamless transition between platforms that our desktop users experience. We employ separate technology and coding solutions to make Drupal, WordPress, and HTML sections mobile optimized, while continuously improving the mobile user experience in terms of design, usability, and site performance. This paper details how, through extensive research, design, and development, we found the best solution for creating a steady mobile experience for our users.

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Here you can ask and answer questions, comment and vote for the questions of others and their answers. Both questions and answers can be revised and improved. Questions can be tagged with the relevant keywords to simplify future access and organize the accumulated material.

Libcatcode is moderated by its members, hopefully - including yourself! Moderation rights are gradually assigned to the site users based on the accumulated "karma" points. These points are added to the users account when others vote for his/her questions or answers. These points (very) roughly reflect the level of trust of the community.

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Prezi einer Informationsveranstaltung für Bibliotheks-MitarbeiterInnen an der UB der Leuphana

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"Is your library thinking about jumping into open source software, but not sure if you have the tools in place to succeed, or where to start? You've come to the right place.

Whether you are looking to decide if open source software is right for your library or need help finding what open source software package meets your needs, this site has the content and the community to help you with those decisions."

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"The aim of HELibTech is to provide a starting point for anyone interested in library technology in Higher Eduction. The focus is UK but most of the issues will be relevant elsewhere."

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"An unusual tour of the library at the University of Huddersfield"

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"As mobile technologies develop and become more integrated into our daily lives, libraries are utilising them in innovative ways to support key functions such as gaining access to resources and helping users discover more information. Many are experimenting with functionality such as developing mobile websites, specific library apps, or utilising mobile technologies such as using location awareness and cameras for scanning QR codes, barcodes or enabling virtual reality.

The aim of the m-library community support project as part of the JISC Mobile Infrastructure for Libraries programme is to:

provide a mobile library community support project to help support and engage the emerging m-library community by reviewing and synthesising existing research and evidence-based guidance"

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