Library Faculty and Staff Publications

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Publications, presentations, etc. produced by the faculty and staff of the Daniel J. Kaufman Library and Learning Center at Georgia Gwinnett College .


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    New Adventures: FOLIO and More (Kaufman Library Staff Meeting Presentation, June 22, 2023)
    (Georgia Gwinnett College, 2023-06-22) Eklund, Amy; Cardona, Andres; Georgia Gwinnett College
    Presentation for library staff professional development event on June 22, 2023. Describes the preliminary timeline and process for the library system migration from Alma to FOLIO, EBSCO Discovery Service upcoming enhancements, tips for linking to library resources, and an update on the Kaufman Library's Grizzly Shelves project.
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    Preserving and Digitizing GGC History (GGC Digital Humanities Lab Sandbox poster, May 2, 2023)
    (Georgia Gwinnett College, 2023-05-02) Eklund, Amy; Downey, Catherine; Georgia Gwinnett College
    Digital Humanities Lab Sandbox Experience poster presentation, held on Tuesday, May 2, 2023 in Kaufman Library. Poster describes the project involving the preservation of college publications in General Space, GGC's Institutional Repository, with the intention of mining them for key historical events of the institution. Starting with The Globe student newspaper, two GGC librarians located, inventoried, OCRed, digitized, applied metadata and uploaded files to the repository.
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    GALILEO Tools Enable Boldly Playing in a Digital Humanities Sandbox (GALILEO Conference presentation, June 14, 2023)
    (2023-06-14) Downey, Catherine; Eklund, Amy; Georgia Gwinnett College
    Presentation by Catherine Downey and Amy Eklund at GALILEO Annual Conference, June 14, 2023. "Two GGC librarians discussed their Digital Humanities Sandbox Project involving the preservation of student newspaper articles in General Space, GGC's Institutional Repository. (General Space makes use of GALILEO's costshare agreement for the hosting of DSpace, and the repository content is harvested and made available in the GALILEO Knowledge Repository. Considerations for inclusion in the Digital Library of Georgia were expored. Challenges, opportunities, and future goals of the project were shared, in hopes of inspiring and/or connecting with others seeking to utilize institutional repositories as sources of digital humanities work."
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    Grizzly Shelves: Campus-Sourced Collection Development (Georgia Libraries Conference, October 6, 2023)
    (2023-10-06) Eklund, Amy; Georgia Gwinnett College
    Presentation by Amy Eklund (Head of Resource Management, Daniel J. Kaufman Library) at Georgia Libraries Conference, October 6, 2023. Describes a faculty and student-driven collection development initiative, an effort to revitalize engagement with library collections. In fall 2022, Georgia Gwinnett College’s Kaufman Library implemented the Grizzly Shelves collection of print and electronic titles selected for students by GGC faculty and by Registered Student Organizations’ leadership. Modeling similar initiatives at Arizona State University and Southeast Missouri State University, the presenter solicited lists from each college department and registered student organizations of their “top” books and videos, emphasizing the selection of titles that “students need to see and use when they walk out of classrooms and into the library” and that “will encourage marginalized and at-risk students to engage in learning”. The goals of the collection include encouraging all students to engage in learning and supplemental reading, improving equity in education through relevant, engaging, and inclusive collections centered on students’ needs, and revitalizing use of print and electronic collections. The project’s phases and outcomes were examined, and the presenter shared successes, challenges, and future goals.
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    Analyzing EZproxy logs with ezPAARSE
    (2015) Greer, Kathryn; Georgia Gwinnett College
    Presentation given at the 2015 GIL Users Group Meeting in Macon, Georgia.