LIS Students' Perceptions of the Libraries Web Based Catalogs: Can a Better Library OPAC Make a Difference?
Professor Selenay Aytac will bring her students from Pratt Institute, St. John's University, and the Palmer School to make brief presentations to the science librarians.
The scheduled talks are:
Pratt Institute SILS Students:
Authority Control: The Challenge of Diversity and Time for University Libraries - Gretchen Nadasky
Assessing Special Collections: Library OPACs - Alison Rhonemus
Two Web Based Catalogs: The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Austin Texas and the New York Public Library - Boni Joi Koelliker
St. John's University Students:
Googling OPAC: A Comparison of Two Medium-Sized Academic Libraries on Long Island - Molly Mann
Old-Timey Audio and Online Catalogs - Leslie Chen
Long Island University Palmer School of Library and Information Science Students:
Keys to a Secret Society: The OPACs of Masonic Libraries - Scott Bisogni
Designing OPACs for the Google "Scholar": Marist College and Fairfield University