This collection contains materials created by the faculty and staff members of MU Libraries at the University of Missouri--Columbia.

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  • What's New in Cataloging 2012? 

    Dykas, Felicity; Blonigen, Jacqueline; Schweitzberger, Kathleen (2015-04-07)
    This presentation provided an overview of changes in cataloging standards and practices since June 2011. It was presented at the MOBIUS Annual Conference on June 6, 2012 in Columbia, Missouri.
  • The whats, whys and hows of collection level cataloging 

    Schweitzberger, Kathleen; Sistrunk, Wendy; Dykas, Felicity (2005-06-08)
  • What's new in cataloging, 2014 

    Schweitzberger, Kathleen; Dykas, Felicity (2014-06-03)
    This presentation provided an overview of changes in cataloging standards and practices since June 2013. It was presented at the MOBIUS Annual Conference on June 3, 2014 in Columbia, Missouri.
  • Missouri J-School and the 'backstory' 

    Victoria McCargar Consulting (Victoria McCargar Consulting, 2006)
    When MU's School of Journalism opened its doors in 1908, Associated Press was already 54 years old-a venerable history. However, one of the things AP didn't pay much attention to until very recently was its archives. As a ...
  • Digital archives at MU : the J-School and beyond 

    Victoria McCargar Consulting (Victoria McCargar, 2006)
    As the J-School prepares to celebrate its centenary in 2008, it is also heading toward a digital crossroads. The new Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, with its mandate to explore new frontiers of news gathering in ...
  • Managing & Sharing Your Research Data 

    Anderson, Kate (2014)
    Presentation slides from an October 10, 2014 session of the MU Libraries Fall 2014 Friday Workshop series. This session provided an overview on facilitating the access and reuse of research data. Topics covered included ...
  • Missing links: The digital news preservation discontinuity 

    Carner, Dorothy; McCain, Edward, 1957-; Zarndt, Frederick (2014-08)
    That the spread of printed news has changed dramatically since the Internet and the Web is no news to anyone. The Christian Science Monitor, in print since 1908, ceased daily publication in 2009 to focus on web-based ...
  • Introducing DSpace 3.1 

    Pottinger, Hardy J., IV (Hardy J. Pottinger, IV, 2013-03)
    DSpace 3.0, released in November of 2012, includes many community-driven feature enhancements, including type-based submissions, advanced embargo support, item-level versioning, ElasticSearch-based usage statistics, and a ...
  • DSpace 4 Roundup 

    Pottinger, Hardy J., IV (Hardy J. Pottinger, IV, 2014-01)
    Slides supporting a webinar given on January 21, 2014 by Hardy Pottinger IV on the topic of DSpace 4.
  • Breaking Down Barriers: This is your community, here's how to participate! 

    Pottinger, Hardy J., IV (Hardy J. Pottinger, IV, 2014-03)
    The presenter, a DSpace Committer, covers the importance of community participation in the development of DSpace open-source software products. He includes ways in which one can participate in DSpace development and lists ...
  • Do NIH grant awardees have access to the articles they need? 

    Scoville, Caryn (2013-09)
    Title: Do NIH grant awardees have access to the articles they need? Author: Caryn L. Scoville, MA; J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, University of Missouri; Columbia, Missouri 65212, scovillec@health.missouri.ed ...
  • Index to Focus articles in the Missouri Monthly Vital Statistics, 1981-1998 

    University of Missouri Health Sciences Library (1998)
    This item is an index to the “Focus” articles published in Missouri Monthly Vital Statistics from 1981-1998, with dates, volume & issue numbers. The index was compiled by the staff of the University of Missouri Health ...
  • Study results in a whole new ball game 

    Johnson, E. Diane (2012-05)
    Since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began requireing the reporting of trial results, the number of records in containing study results has grown rapidly. This poster presents a content analysis ...
  • Readability of top consumer health books: analysis & implications 

    Schmick, Darell (2012-05)
    Readability levels were assessed on all book titles from a popular library list of best consumer health books. This was done to discover how literate a reader needed to be in order to successfully read a top-rated book in ...
  • Views of the library: a regional study in selected Missouri and Colorado libraries 

    Ward, Deborah H.; Sievert, Mary Ellen C.; Burhans, Dirk E., 1955-; Jones, Barbara B.; Bandy, Margaret; Carlson, Jerry; Decker, Sandy; Henderson, Holly (2010-10)
    This poster summarized a study to determine the use of health sciences library information and services among clinicians and other health care professionals in four hospitals serving medium and large communities in Colorado ...

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