Miniconference Presentation Materials (NEOS Library Consortium)
Contains presentation materials from NEOS miniconferences.
Items in this Collection
- 2Polkinghorne, Sarah
- 2Pow, Virginia
- 2Ramgoolam, Gisele
- 2Stearns, Brian
- 1Betmanis, Michael
- 1Blanchard, Jeanette
- 1Academic libraries
- 1Acknowledgement statement
- 1Business Library Instruction
- 1COVID-19 pandemic
A call to action: How Knowledge Resource Service (KRS) is supporting Alberta Health Services’ (AHS) response to the COVID-19 pandemicDownload
This presentation discusses Knowledge Resource Service’s (KRS) role in providing rapid COVID-19 research support for Alberta Health Services. We will go through our process of addressing COVID-19 requests: the difficulty of searching for new yet rapidly developing information, performing quality...
Learn how the University of Alberta’s Collection Strategies Unit planned and worked through a year of reductions to acquisitions, staff, and services.
AHS’s Knowledge Resource Service sought to understand the use and value of its 6 geographically dispersed libraries, to inform future strategic planning. Under normal circumstances, gate counts and exit interviews would be used to gather information from library users regarding their satisfaction...
The NEOS Decolonizing Description Working Group was established last summer to actualise the work in which the University of Alberta has been engaged for a number of years to develop more respectful subject headings relating to Indigenous peoples and topics. The working group has made significant...
NEOS libraries have been using Demand-Driven Acquisition (DDA) as part of their collections development strategy for over a decade. DDA has moved well beyond a pilot project to being a mature, stable approach to collecting ebooks. Collections librarians from the University of Alberta and MacEwan...
Developing Graduate Education Students’ Metacognition Regarding Citing and Their Use of Citations: The Value of PodcastsDownload
How might we use podcasts as an element of an integrated approach to instruction to develop students’ metacognition regarding their understanding and use of citations?
Honouring the Truth, Reparative Cataloguing for the Future
NEOS Miniconference 2022 Presentation Slides.
Library guides are widely used to organize and share information. At the University of Alberta, subject librarians use library guides to create subject area guides, topical guides and course-specific guides. These guides are a common tool, but how helpful are they to our users? How often are they...
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, NEOS libraries suddenly had to work out how to serve their clients in a radically changed world, and during reopening stages, and then the second and third waves, they had to adapt rapidly again. Via the NEOS Access Services Committee, creative ILS configurations...