Kate Hill

There are 15 included publications by Kate Hill :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Broadening the Reference Interview: Teaching E-Resource Troubleshooting to Front Line Staff [slides] 2017 62 Slides from a panel presentation on troubleshooting library e-resources. Delivered March 24, 2017 at the ACRL Conference in Baltimore, MD.
Engaging the Skill Set of the Millennials: Librarians, Content and Technology in the Mobile Age [slides] 2015 56 Slides from a presentation on strategies on how to improve library services to Millennial students. Delivered November 5, 2015 at the Charleston Conference in Charleston, SC.
Every eBook its Reader: Six Best Practices for eBook Marketing and Discovery from High Usage Libraries [slides] 2017 71 Slides from a presentation on a study conducted about eBook usage, access, and marketing. Delivered April 3, 2017 at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin, TX.
From Stage to Library: Conquering Public Speaking Through the Power of Theater and Improv [slides] 2017 37 Slides from a presentation on incorporating theater and improvisational skills into public speaking. Delivered October 20, 2017 at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference in Winston-Salem, NC.
GOKb collaborations: Enhancing knowledge base data through crowdsourcing [slides] 2016 33 Slides from a presentation on using Global Open Knowledge Base (GOKb) as a compliment to OCLC’s service for managing e-resources for libraries. Delivered April 5, 2016 at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin, TX.
In search of useful collection metadata: Using OpenRefine to create accurate, complete and clean title-level collection information [slides] 2016 97 Slides from a presentation on how to utilize OpenRefine to clean up metadata for electronic resources. Delivered March 21, 2016 at the North Carolina Serials Conference in Chapel Hill, NC.
In Search of Useful Collection Metadata: Using OpenRefine to Create Accurate, Complete, and Clean Title-level Collection Information 2016 125 University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), like many libraries, recently migrated to a new knowledgebase and integrated library system (ILS) and found they had to clean up a great deal of messy serial title list data. In their search for solu...
Lets Market eBooks with Vendors! [slides] 2017 42 Slides from a presentation on promoting and marketing e-books in academic libraries. Delivered April 7, 2017 at the Charleston Conference in Charleston, SC.
Marketing Electronic Resources at University of North Carolina at Greensboro [slides] 2017 44 Slides from a presentation on how to improve marketing strategies for library electronic resources. Delivered October 18, 2017 at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference in Winston-Salem, NC.
Principles of Negotiation 2015 59 This article summarizes a presentation given at the 2015 North Carolina Serials Conference by Derrik Hiatt and Lesley Jackson. The talk focused on principles useful when conducting license negotiations that Hiatt and Jackson discovered through their ...
Print Collections: How are we Responding to Usage Trends [slides] 2017 28 Slides from a presentation on trends in print library materials and electronic resources usage. Delivered May 16, 2017 at the Carolina Consortium Annual Meeting in Greensboro, NC.
Small Staff? No Problem: Developing new products and programming out of scarcity [slides] 2016 46 Slides from a presentation on electronic resource management, technology troubleshooting, and serving as a distance education librarian to support online education programs. Delivered April 4, 2016 at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference...
Some of my Favorite Things: OpenRefine and BrowZine [slides] 2015 74 Slides from a presentation on OpenRefine and BrowZine use in libraries. Delivered at the 2015 North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference in Greensboro, NC.
The State of Serials and E-Resource Education: An Interview with Professor Sarah Sutton 2016 78 In this column of Serial Conversations, Kate Hill interviews Sarah Sutton, assistant professor of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University and a main developer of the NASIG core competencies. In this interview, Sutton discusses ...
Website usability without the website 2017 17 Presentation on library website usability testing given at the 2017 LITA Forum, in Denver, Colorado.