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Ranti Junus, Julia Perez and Shawn Nicholson Michigan State University Libraries A presentation given for Recreation Knowledge Management Workshop May 25-27, 2004 Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing, MI. Data Smog, Data Delirium, Data Dreck: Decision Making in Libraries.

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data smog data delirium data dreck decision making in libraries
Ranti Junus, Julia Perez and Shawn Nicholson

Michigan State University Libraries

A presentation given for Recreation Knowledge Management Workshop

May 25-27, 2004

Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing, MI

Data Smog, Data Delirium, Data Dreck: Decision Making in Libraries
what s in our collection
What's in our collection
  • Resources with a moderate to high degree of URL stability; resources we own, lease or select from freely available WWW sites; all types of content.
  • Scope tends to be less specialized; selector perception that accessibility of resource via Electronic Resources page will result in high-to-medium level of use.
tools
Tools
  • Back-end Management
    • Why?
    • How?
      • ILS
      • Electronic Finding Aid
  • Front-end Management
    • Delivering Content
      • Seamless
      • Understandable
      • Convenient
categories
Additional “categories”

All Resources

New Resources

Trial Resources

Categories

Main categories

  • Indexes/databases
  • Electronic Journals
  • Newspaper Resources
  • Texts and Links
  • Primary Sources
  • Numeric Data
  • Research Guides
search list functions
Search/List Functions
  • Search by title, alternative title, or part of title
  • List alphabetically
  • List by a specific discipline
data entry1
Data Entry

Guidelines

  • Guidelines are available on our Intranet.

Procedures

  • The system allows subject specialists to annotate each resource with subject headings and other descriptive information, allowing the creation of interfaces guiding the user in the selection of the appropriate resource (i.e. “About” the resource.)
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