Mobius 2008

Mobius Conference Overview

Mobuis is a consortium of Missouri Libraries, predominately universities and colleges, with a few public libraries, like MRRL. It’s a relatively small conference aimed at academics, but so many things translate across the board – podcasting, social networking, improving your…

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Reviving the OPAC: an overview of catalog overlay software products

Reviving the OPAC: an overview of catalog overlay software products by Mary Aycock & Jee Davis University of Missouri-Columbia Link: http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/staff/catalogdept/presentations/mobius2008.ppt Aquabrowser Encore Endeca Primo  Next gen catalogs Catalog overlay Catalog search overlay  Facets From metadata sources Authority control  Possible facets:…

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Session 2 – Free and open source software

Free and open source software = Benefits and hidden costs Stephen Pryor Tech mngr St. Louis University Free software – can do what you what – think free speech not free beer  Open source software Who uses it? Approximately 87%…

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Session 1 – Podcasting 101

Podcasting 101, Using Podcasting in an Academic setting by  Jodie Borgerding & Martha Allen Piux XII Memorial Library St Louis University   Definition of podcasting Definition of vodcasting   What’s the buzz? Stats about tech savvy users, 1st qrtr of…

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