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SpringyCamp Academic Track Day 1

SpringyCamp Academic Track Day 1

Date:
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Time U.S. ET:
11:30am - 3:15pm
Springy:
Michelle Lustig
Products Covered:
SpringyCamp

In this session:

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All Times Listed in U.S. Eastern Time

11:30am - 11:40am: Opening Remarks

11:40am - 12:40pm: Right on Time! Using LibGuides to Highlight Current Events

Beyonce LibGuide

#Libeyrianship: Using Pop Culture to Promote Information Literacy through LibGuides​

Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' and Information Resources

Jennifer Ferretti, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Decker Library - Maryland Institute College of Art

Pokemon Go Guide

From Aliens to Zika: Creating Time-Sensitive, Topical Guides

​PokéGuide: Pokémon GO and Zika Virus LibGuides

Melissa Del Castillo & Barbara Sorondo, Florida International University

Black Lives Matter

Learning Community Project: Social Issues Prompting Collaboration and Dialogue

Black Lives Matter LibGuide

Isabel M. Duque, Learning Resources Librarian, InterAmerican Campus Library - Miami Dade College

12:40pm - 12:50pm: Short Break

12:50pm - 2:10pm: Using Springy Tools to Connect with Users

ASK US @ FIU Libraries: Visually Focused & Intuitive

By combining analytics and a simplified design, our libraries' public-facing LibAnswers platform was able to better meet the needs of our patrons.

Alvin Dantes

Alvin Dantes

Amanda Peach

Amanda Peach

It's Not Magic.... It's LibWizard

This session will examine the ways in which LibWizard plays a critical role in the library instruction program at Berea College's Hutchins Library.

Elissa Checov

Elissa Checov

It's About Them! Managing Transition with a User Focus

Presenters will discuss how they have used LibGuides to increase library usage and be valuable to the college community atGwinnett Technical College.

Song Yang

Song Yang

2:10pm - 3:05pm: Using Springy Tools to Build & Re-Brand Your Library Homepage (Part 1)

Emily Newberry

Emily Newberry

Doctored Homepage or: how I learned to stop worrying about Drupal and love LibGuides CMS.

When University of Michigan, Flint decided to switch our CMS to Drupal, the library needed to decide if we would host our content on Drupal, or if we should useLibGuides CMS and start from scratch. 

Dana Defebbo

Dana DeFebbo

Going All In: Redesigning the Library Website with Springy Suite

This past spring, the Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas at Austin, migrated an aging and outdated website from Drupal 7 to a newly redesigned site built on the LibGuides CMS platform.

 

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