They're up at 5am to train. They're consuming 3,000 calories/day in preparation. They're pushing their mental muscles to the very limit.
Okay, we might be exaggerating slightly - but these Olympians are ready for the October SpringyCamp event!
Registration is limited to the first 500 campers. So please register as soon as possible to ensure your SpringyCamp seat.
Be kind, and computer pool! If you have multiple colleagues wishing to attend, register once and watch SpringyCamp from a single computer/projector. This way, you're opening up seats for other campers to join!
All times listed in U.S. Eastern Time.
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.
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.
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 at Gwinnett Technical College.
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 use LibGuides CMS and start from scratch.
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This past spring, the Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas at Austin, migrated an aging and outdated website from Drupal 7 to a newly redesigned site built on the LibGuides CMS platform.
LibGuides 2.0 Toolkit for Staff
At Northwestern University, as part of our transition to LibGuides 2.0 we developed a LibGuides 2.0 Toolkit for staff. The toolkit offers guidance on how to create a guide, add content, and publish and maintain a guide with lots of examples.
“Ready, Set, Go!”: Using LibGuides Training Modules to Quickly Orient New Student Employees and Streamline Training
At the University of Saint Mary Library, training student workers is a time-consuming and repetitive task. To provide a baseline student worker training orientation, Ashley constructed online interactive tutorials with embedded photos, videos, and capstone quizzes using LibGuides, Google Forms, and Flubaroo.
A (Lib)Wizard of a Training: Using LibWizard Tools to Train your Student Workers
LibWizard's interactive tutorials are ideal for teaching users to accomplish a specific task. Andrew will showcase how Georgetown College Library is using their LibWizard tool to train student workers on the circulation desk procedures and policies.
Using LibGuides to Promote Black History Month
Latanya will present on how the Temple University Library collaborates with other departments to promote Black History Month across the campus. Her Black History Month 2016 LibGuide contains scans from the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American collection and books covers and resources from Temple University Library.
Kids Books Invade the Texas A&M University Library
University libraries don’t always have a children’s and young adult collection. Texas A&M Library provides a children’s and young adult collection, but they needed to create an easy system for students to find the materials needed. LibGuides was the answer.
The CSUDH Library Website: From Fragmented and Unamenable, to Streamlined and Usable
This presentation consists of an overview of how the CSUDH library re-designed it’s website to be more user friendly, dynamic, and streamline upkeep for employees, using Springshare products.
LibGuides for All! Working Toward an Accessible Library Experience
The University of Phoenix Library has been focused on incorporating WCAG 2.0 AA standards into their LibGuides CMS site. They will discuss how they're tracking issues, addressing accessibility, and how Springshare supports their efforts.
When Two Become One: Developing a Digital Home for a Teaching & Learning Center
In the process of redesigning a digital space for teaching and learning resources? Learn how the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University brought together teaching and learning resources for faculty from an Intranet site and a Blackboard Community Organization into one merged Center for Teaching & Learning using LibGuides v2.
Needed Now! Using LibGuides to Publish Information When its Needed
Andrew will discuss the library's process for creating information now guides that benefit the community on a multitude of levels.
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners: Celebrating 125 Years
In 2015, the MBLC – the oldest state library agency in the country – celebrated its 125th anniversary! Presenter Callan Bignoli will discuss how the MBLC made a “microsite” using LibGuides CMS v2 to look back on those 125 years and put their accomplishments in historical context. Combined with a social media campaign to highlight one year per day, LibGuides gave them a great platform for creating beautiful, easily customizable, responsive web content to share with library & history fans.
Ashe County 2016 Reading Challenge
This presentation will show others how readers advisory can involve community participation and encourage readers to diversify their reading by discovering new books and authors. Viewers will get a look at how the guide works, as well as tips for creating, marketing, and gaining community support.