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Notes from the Trenches

Developing a New Curriculum for One-Shot Sessions at Heidelberg University After finishing up my first year as an Instruction and Reference Librarian, I have the opportunity to reflect on what I did well and what I can improve for next … Continue reading

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Notes from the Trenches

Teaching UNV 101 at Miami University I recently had the pleasure of teaching a one credit Introduction to university resources course to incoming first year and transfer students, called UNV 101 at Miami University. The course introduced students to resources … Continue reading

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Notes from the Trenches

Conventional word processing software can’t do everything: Teaching LaTeX to faculty, students, and staff. In 2010, my advisor and I submitted an article for publication. The journal provided a LaTeX template, so I tried LaTeX, which is a typesetting system … Continue reading

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Notes from the Trenches

Speech Pathology Writing Boot Camp at Miami University This article describes the successful collaboration between a Speech Pathology faculty member and library liaison to use library space and resources to achieve student success at Miami University. The library as a … Continue reading

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Notes from the Trenches: Anecdotes and Best Practices from the Library World

Adding Theses and Dissertations from OhioLINK to our bepress Digital Commons IR, CORE Scholar This past summer, 1,443 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) were uploaded to CORE Scholar. We had talked about adding the ETDs for nearly a year, and decided Summer 2016 … Continue reading

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