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    • C.U. at the Library: Then and Now, Olin Library 1961-2011 

      Kenney, Anne R.; Krafft, Dean B. (2011-02-23)
      For a light-hearted review of the past 50 years and an eye-opening look into the future, please join us in a stimulating discussion of how Cornell University Library is weaving together its traditional strengths and cherished ...
    • Public Libraries/Academic Libraries: More alike than different? 

      Currie, Susan (2011-02-17)
      Think academic libraries and public libraries have nothing in common? While there are distinct differences, (communities served, services and programs), they are more alike than you might think (collections, online resources ...
    • A Panel Discussion on CUL's International Projects 

      Green, Greg; Krkoska, Baseema Banoo; Li, Xin; Mills, Thomas; Ochs, Mary; Porciello, Jaron (2010-11-03)
      CUL staff who are or have been involved in an international project, or a project that carries with it an international scope, will come together to discuss and answer questions about these projects with the larger CUL audience.
    • "Practice of Collection Development in Tsinghua University Library" and "What is Special in Tsinghua University Library" 

      Yuan, Xin; Wu, Dongman (2010-10-22)
      Dongman Wu, Director of Acquisitions, Tsinghua University Library. Ms. Wu will discuss the organization and practice of collection development at Tsinghua and trends in this area. She’ll also touch on cataloging of both ...
    • Parabiosis in the Academic Research Library Community: 2CUL as Parable or Paradigm or Paragon 

      Neal, James (2010-10-06)
      This presentation will outline key trends affecting the current and future vitality of the academic research library, suggest the key qualities of effective partnership, and reflect on the 2CUL initiative as a significant ...
    • Managing Change Brown Bag Lunch 

      Opperman, Mangum, Elmira Mary (2010-08-23)
      Cornell is going through what will perhaps be the most transformative time in its history. Budgets, organizational structures, staffing, and many other issues are all under close examination as the university positions ...
    • How Can We Help Haiti's Libraries 

      Weil, Patrick (Cornell University Library, 2010-03-11)
      On January 12, 2010, a major earthquake hit Haiti, destroying hundreds of thousands of lives and most infrastructures of the capital, but also a significant portion of this poor country’s cultural and educational structures. ...
    • Discussion of the Strategic Plan and Q&A Session 

      Fuchs, Kent; Lawler, Edward (Cornell University Library, 2010-02-12)
      On February 12, 2010, Provost Kent Fuchs and Professor Ed Lawler hosted a discussion of the draft Cornell University Strategic Plan with the Library Forum. A Question and Answer Session followed.
    • So, What Does a Chief Technology Strategist Actually Do? 

      Krafft, Dean B. (Cornell University Library, 2010-01-13)
      The Chief Technology Strategist helps the Library manage the disruptive transition to digital tools and resources. In this presentation Dean Krafft speaks of the challenges facing the Cornell Library and on some of the ...