Christine M. Fischer

Christine received her BA in Humanities from East Tennessee State University and received her MSLS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her interests include topics related to library resources, streaming video, collections, and the evolving electronic scholarship and publishing environment.

There are 11 included publications by Christine M. Fischer :

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Crystal Clear? Today’s Libraries, Tomorrow’s Library Users 2006 563 The Fifteenth North Carolina Serials Conference, hosted by the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Library and Information Sciences (SILS), was opened by Carol Nicholson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Dr. Irene Owens, D...
Electronic Resources Pricing: A Variety of Models 2006 1067 Building and maintaining library collections is increasingly complex. Determining pricing for physical resources actually housed in the bricks and mortar facility is relatively simple. In contrast, libraries must select electronic resources that rang...
Group Therapy: Database Trials 2008 500 Practicing librarians respond to a question about the advantages and disadvantages of making database trials available to university faculty.
Group Therapy: Managing OA Journals 2007 432 Experienced librarians respond to a question on how academic libraries can best provide links to open access journals from the web page or catalog.
Group Therapy: Moving fully to Electronic Journals 2008 409 Experienced academic librarians respond to a question on how to identify which journals can be electronic-only and which titles faculty still need to see current issues of in a physical form.
Group Therapy: Screening of Donations 2007 514 Experienced academic librarians respond to a question about best practice for preliminary screening or filtering of prospective book donations.
In Celebration of University Faculty: The Promotion and Tenure Recognition Event 2007 758 Earning tenure and being promoted in the university setting should be reasons for celebration. Yet, all too often these milestones in the lives and careers of faculty get little celebratory notice. In the past, a few of the individual schools and the...
Streaming Film: How to Serve Our Users 2014 232 Streaming video is an integral part of the curriculum for many academic courses. While faculty may have used DVDs in the classroom, the increase in online course instruction and the expectations of students comfortable with using streaming video in t...
UNC Greensboro & Kanopy 2015 97 These slides from an ASERL webinar present the UNCG experience with the Kanopy streaming video site.This presentation was part of a larger presentation entitled, "ASERL Members' Experiences with Kanopy Streaming Video", a ASERL Webinar, co-presented ...
UNC Greensboro and Our Experience with Swank Digital Campus 2015 16 The presentation describes the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's experience with the digital streaming video service through Swank Motion Picture's Digital Campus portal. This was the beginning segment of the "Overview of ASERL Offer from ...
Watch This: Promoting Streaming Video on Campus 2015 79 Promoting streaming video is important in ensuring use of the resource. These presentation slides cover the UNCG experience with promoting a variety of streaming services to faculty and the wider campus community.This presentation was part of a large...