June LaVoie Power

  • Access Services/Reference Librarian
  • Mary Livermore Library, UNCP
  • june.power@uncp.edu
  • 910-521-6369
  • P.O. Box 1510
  • Pembroke NC 28372

There are 36 included publications by June LaVoie Power :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Access Interviews: An Interview with Hayden Battle 2006 727 Article of interview with Hayden Battle of Tulane University
Access Interviews: An Interview with Jane Mirandette 2008 429 An interview with Jane Mirandette about the lending library system she started in Nicaragua, which previously had only a non-lending system.
Access Interviews: An Interview with Karen Glover 2011 1030 An interview about the development of the now annual Access Services Conference with Karen Glover, one of the librarians who was formative in its foundation
Access Interviews: An Interview with Kimberly Burke Sweetman 2006 3124 Interview with Kimberly Burke Sweetman about her book Managing Student Assistants and the publication process
Access the Web – IM and SMS for the Circulation Desk 2012 85 : It’s been well documented in a number of articles regarding the contemporary library patron that with the rise in mobile computing and smart phone technology, our patrons are looking for fast and easy service from whichever technological avenue the...
Access the Web: Best Practices 2009 1906 Book chapter reviewing 10 best practices websites for Access Services. Included in Best Practices in Access Services, edited by Lori Driscoll and W. Bede Mitchell, Routledge: New York, 2009.
Access the Web: Best Practices 2007 1906 Article reviewing 10 best practices websites for Access Services
Access the Web: Copyright on the Web 2006 661 Article reviewing 10 library copyright Websites
Access the Web: Dealing with Problem Patrons 2006 3295 Article reviewing 10 library websites containing problem patron policies and procedures
Access the Web: Fire Plans 2011 379 Article reviewing the fire plans of 10 libraries
Access the Web: Group Study and Meeting Room Policies and Procedures 2008 495 Article reviewing 10 library study room or meeting room policies and procedures
Access the Web: Library Renovations 2006 1698 Article reviewing 10 library renovation websites
Access the Web: Mobile Apps for Librarians 2013 60 In an increasing mobile environment, library and reading related activities often take place on a phone or tablet device. Not only does this mean that library web sites must keep mobile navigability in mind, but also that apps will into how people i...
Access the Web: Online Library Videos 2010 333 Article reviewing 10 library related Youtube videos
Access the Web: RFID and Libraries 2005 982 Article reviewing 10 websites related to libraries and RFID
Access the Web: Staff Development 2005 611 Article reviewing 10 library staff development websites
Access the Web: Training Student Assistants 2005 8212 Article reviewing 10 student assistant library websites
Access the Web: Tumblr 2014 112 Tumblr is a recent Yahoo acquisition, which didn’t seem to generate the same outcry that Amazon’s purchase of Goodreads did shortly before. Tumblr is a mish mash of thematic blogs revolving around every topic imaginable – so beware those NSFW blogs ...
Adding Departmental Libraries in a Shared ILS System 2011 353 A presentation given at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Innovative Users Group describing the process of bringing non-library based departments into the use of an integrated library system shared by three institutions.
Build It and They Will Come: Making Recreational Collections Matter at Mary Livermore Library 2015 70 Can DVDs, comics and “juvenile” books entice today’s students to visit the library for the first time and keep them coming back? This panel presentation will be the inspiration to make popular collections matter. UNCP’s Library thinks outside the su...
Circulation on the Go: Implementing Laptop Circulation in a State University Academic Library 2009 951 Book chapter describing the implementation and evolution of Mary Livermore Library's laptop lending program. Included in the book Best Practices in Access Services, edited by Lori Driscoll and W. Bede Mitchell, Routledge: New York, 2009.
Circulation on the Go: Implementing Laptop Circulation in a State University Academic Library 2007 951 Article describing the implementation and evolution of Mary Livermore Library's laptop lending program
Copyright and Access Right: A Balancing Act 2008 520 A presentation on the application of copyright law to the use of materials in a college/university setting, including a description of copyright, fair use guidelines, a summary of the TEACH Act, and sample scenarios. This presentation has been given...
Do You Want to Ask My Avatar? A Real Life Librarian in a Virtual World 2011 65 This is a presentation of some of the types of libraries and library services available in Second Life, how virtual library services differ from real life service needs, and a tour of the UNCP Mary Livermore Library in Second Life with an overview of...
Extreme Makeover: ILLiad Edition 2008 543 A poster presentation, prepared with the help of Margie Labadie, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the UNCP Digital Academy. Presented at the 2008 ILLiad Conference
Freedom Lies in Being Bold: III, ERes, and Ares - A Reserves Comparison 2010 383 A presentation given at the 2010 Access Services Conference comparing three major reserve systems - an ILS (III in this case), Docutek's ERes, and Atlas Systems Ares - as implemented at UNCP.
III, ERes, and Ares - A Reserves Comparison 2011 43 Founded in 1887 as the Croatan Normal School, UNCP is a smaller branch of the UNC System (with an FTE of about 6500), yet with awarded diversity and a historical dedication to individualized service. Our dedication to services drives our approach to...
III, ERes, and Ares—A Reserves Comparison 2011 101 A comparison of the pros and cons of three different reserves systems–Innovative’s Millennium software, Docutek’s Eres, and Atlas Systems Ares—as implemented at the University of North Carolinaat Pembroke.
Making it Work...Taking the Frustration out of Course Reserves 2008 419 A presentation describing the course reserves system and the reserves request process for UNCP faculty. It has been given several times as part of the UNCP Teaching and Learning Center faculty development series.
Migrating from Consortially Shared Millennium to Individually Hosted Sierra Without a Systems Librarian 2015 76 In 2014 the Coastal Carolina Consortium comprised of UNCP, UNCW, and FSU dissolved, as the former to migrated to Sierra and the latter to OCLC. UNCP went from sharing a consortially maintained server with Millennium to an individual instance of Sier...
Our First Automated Inventory: A Learning Experience 2007 589 A presentation given at the Carolina Innovative Users Group Annual Meeting in 2007 on implementing the automated inventory module of the Innovative integrated library system.
Sample Student Worker Handbook 2007 2448 A manual I first developed as part of training student workers at Averett University. It was modified for the Mary Livermore Library at UNCP and included as an appendix in Kimberly Burke Sweetman's How-To-Do-It book on managing student assistants in ...
Training 2.0 - Library Assistants in the Age of Information 2009 586 A presentation given at the 2009 Access Services Conference in Atlanta, GA about the development of a more efficient training method. This training focused on using digital tools to replace outmoded and less successful training alternatives.
Training 2.0 - Library Assistants in the Age of Information 2011 158 With less staff time and more things to do, providing consistent and thorough training is sometimes a challenge. In order to streamline training and provide for more effective communication among staff and student assistants, a Blackboard course was ...
Where Has the Summer Gone? Changes at Access Services 2007 574 The summer months are often thought to be a quiet and peaceful time in academic libraries, a time to catch up from the frenzy of the fall and spring semesters. Since there are fewer students on campus, one might think there should be less to do. How...
Winds of Change: Librarians in a Mobile World 2014 50 In an increasing mobile environment, library and reading-related activities often take place on a phone or tablet device. Not only does this mean that library Web sites must keep mobile navigability in mind, but also develop and utilize apps that all...