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Parliament II [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 4
 

9:30am CDT

Destination Unknown: Repurposing a Collection Stuck in Transit
In 2015, Covenant Seminary began implementing plans for a second campus. The Library received a donation of over 2,000 books to create a library on-site in Nashville, TN. Using a combination of paper work forms, Sierra Mobile Worklists, and simplified technical and physical processing, the bulk of this collection was ready to ship to Nashville within a year. When evolving realities on the ground failed to live up to expectations, library leadership decided this collection would best serve the institution’s needs if located on-site in St. Louis for the indefinite future. Using Create Lists, Excel, lots of math, and elbow grease, we set up this collection in a special location within the Covenant Seminary Library in St. Louis. We'll talk about barcode numbering; prepping and sorting physical books; quick technical and physical processing; collection development to augment the designated book donation; prep for shipment and unloading off-site; the actual set up when off-site became on-site; and the use of the collection and the space to-date.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Jamieson

Steve Jamieson

Associate Librarian for Public Services / Library Director Designate, Covenant Theological Seminary


Tuesday June 4, 2019 9:30am - 10:20am CDT
Parliament II
  Parliament II

10:30am CDT

Rescuing the Reserves
Updating and managing a course reserve section can feel like a battle, particularly for a new librarian. Join Access Services Librarian Jessie Robey as she recounts her first year of working with Lincoln University's course reserves. Learn what worked, what didn't work, and what she's planning next.

Speakers
avatar for Jessie Robey

Jessie Robey

Access Services Librarian, Lincoln University
I am a new Access Services librarian coming from a public library position. I want to learn as much as I can about our discipline! I'm open to any and all information.


Tuesday June 4, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am CDT
Parliament II
  Parliament II

12:50pm CDT

Public Library Round-table Discussion
This discussion will focus on what it’s like to be a public library in predominantly academic consotia and how to advocate for ourselves and unite our growing membership

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Claudia Cook

Library Director, Missouri River Regional Library


Tuesday June 4, 2019 12:50pm - 1:40pm CDT
Parliament II
  Parliament II

1:50pm CDT

The after-hours Library concept: open+ with Bibliothecha
open+ is a comprehensive system that allows libraries to provide more flexible hours, making them more accessible to the community. Designed to complement staffed library hours, open+ can be implemented in a number of different ways to meet various library service models. From extending access to an entire library or only a section of it, providing full self-service resources or mainly a holds pick-up area, open+ allows libraries the flexibility to extend access in the way that best meets the needs of their community and space. There is no one size fits all approach with this technology.
Adding more open hours in the mornings or evenings can create a consistent and convenient schedule for your community and meet the needs of different users. Currently averaging 52.8 open hours per week, US public libraries have a way to go before they approach 2008’s high mark of nearly 60 hours, according to Library Journal1. open+ allows libraries to easily increase their hours to provide the most convenient access to their community without a large need for increased staffing cost.


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Scott Hackstadt

Bibliotecha



Tuesday June 4, 2019 1:50pm - 2:40pm CDT
Parliament II
  Parliament II

3:00pm CDT

Wellness Works! The Importance of a healthy workplace
Join Chris Pryor from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region as she discusses ways to improve personal health and well-being by creating a healthy library workplace. The session will explore what a healthy work environment looks like and help attendees identify changes they can make at an individual, team, and organizational level to improve health and wellness for everyone.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Pryor

Chris Pryor

Library Engagement and Missouri Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region


Tuesday June 4, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm CDT
Parliament II
  Parliament II

4:00pm CDT

New from the digital collaboration frontlines: update on DPLA and Missouri Hub
DPLA, the Digital Public Library of America, aggregates metadata for digitized resources and offers a portal for searching across collections. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of MOBIUS, MissouriHub was able to join DPLA in 2018 as a full member. (MOBIUS rocks!) How has the membership model changed our relationship with DPLA? What else is going on with DPLA? (Spoiler alert: A lot.) What are MissouriHub's plans for the coming year?

Speakers
avatar for Emily Jaycox

Emily Jaycox

Librarian, Missouri History Museum



Tuesday June 4, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm CDT
Parliament II