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Noteworthy-A&M-Commerce Libraries

Noteworthy-A&M-Commerce Libraries

Other presentations by Librarians during the 2012-2013 Academic Year:

“Speed Weeding: Improve Your Library Collection in 5 Hours a Week” Emily Witsell and Dr. Scott Lancaster at 2012 Library Without Walls Conference in Tulsa, Ok, November 2012.
“Digital Popcorn: Making Media Better” Sean Northam and Adam Northam at Educause West/Southwest Regional Conference, February 2013.
“Skype in the Classroom” Dr. Scott Lancaster and John Atabaev at TAMU Teaching with Technology Conference, February 2013.
“Presenting the Web: One Institution’s Foray into Digital Preservation through Web Archiving” Jeremy Floyd at Indiana University of American Archivists Student Chapter’s “We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat: Archival Growth in the Modern Age”, March 2013.
“The Emerging Figure of the Author in the Paratext of the Works of Early Modern Publisher William Ferbrand” Scott Lancaster at Society for Textual Scholarship Conference held in Chicago, March 2013.
“Sarah’s Top Ten for Facebook” Sarah Northam at Oklahoma Library Association Annual Conference, April 2013.
“Weeding an Academic Library A-Z” Marsha Keenan, Sandy Hayes, and Dione Mahan at the Innovative User Group’s annual conference in San Francisco, April 2013.
“A Practical Approach to Web Archiving: Applying Archival Theory to Websites and Social Media Pages” a Panel presented by Jeremy Floyd, Andrea Weddle, and Adam Northam, at the Society of Southwest Archivists annual meeting in Austin, May 2013. Each of them are presenting a separate paper for the panel. Jeremy Floyd presented for the lightning round “Things they Never told you in Graduate School” at the same conference.

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