|The American Community Survey: Benefits and Challenges
||In the United States' decennial census, all persons living in the US are asked to fill out a short form asking basic questions such as age, race, and number of people living in a housing unit. In addition to the short form, starting in 1960 a sample ...
|At the Corner of Personality and Competencies: Exploring Professional Personas for Librarians
||Cultural representations of the profession are familiar to librarians. Stereotypes are common, and when librarians appear in the media—whether in song, television, or film—there are certain assumptions about what librarians should look like (e.g., ca...
|Hacking Blackboard: Customizing Access to Library Resources Through the Blackboard Course Management System
||Academic libraries have long been trying to gain access to users through their favorite online spaces, such as social networking sites. In this article a project of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's University Libraries, which integrat...
|Instructional Technology: It’s a Team Thing.
||PowerPoint slides from a panel presentation on instructional technologies at the Computers in Libraries 2010 Conference in Arlington, VA
|Intellectual property: Everything the digital-age librarian needs to know (book review)
||Book review of Intellectual property: Everything the digital-age librarian needs to know by Timothy Lee Wherry.
|Intro to Creative Commons
||PowerPoint slides from an online workshop offered to UNCG faculty and students on the Creative Commons license.
|Statistics & the Single Girl: Incorporating Statistical Literacy into Information Literacy Instruction
||This article will address how subject specialists and general instruction librarians can integrate numeric information (in the form of statistics) into library instruction sessions and information literacy programs. In this context, data refers to nu...
|Supporting research data: a collaborative library approach [slides]
||Slides from a presentation discussing the UNCG University Libraries' research data management services, which strive to best meet the needs of the campuses while also maximizing limited resources. At UNCG, librarians collaborate across departments to...
|Teaching information literacy: A conceptual approach (book review)
||Book review of Teaching information literacy: A conceptual approach by Christy Gavin.
|UNCG University Libraries' Support of High Impact Practices.
||This report addresses the University Libraries’ significant role in participating in the high impact initiatives identified by the AAC&U’s LEAP Report and adopted by UNCG in its Strategic Plan 2009-14. These practices are proven to positively impact ...
|Under construction: building research data services at UNCG [slides]
||Slides from a presentation discussing the development of the UNCG University Libraries' research data management services. Many university libraries are expanding their research services to include support for research data needs. But in a climate of...
|The Who, What, and Where of America: Understanding the American Community Survey (Book Review)
||This article is a review of the book The Who, What, and Where of America: Understanding the American Community Survey by Deirdre A. Gaquin.