Wednesday May 23rd 2018

Powerpoint and Others

Search engine optimization for the research librarian, or how librarians can beat spammers at their own game
Los primeros libros de las Américas: impresos mexicanos del siglo XVI en las bibliotecas del mundo
Digging for treasure: zarzuelas and other gems in the historical sound recordings collection at Yale University
Making book fairs friendlier through technology
Gifts-in-kind: a model for increasing benefits and a boon for area studies
FRBR: Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records
OCLC RDA-related policy
RDA y el registro del librero: qué campos cambiaron y los que tienen que registrar…
Bibliotecas digitais no contexto do desenvolvimento humano, um estudo de caso: Brasil
German views of Amazonia through the centuries
What do I do now? Strategies for providing access to library materials in languages you don't know (slide show)
Latin American digital projects: student, faculty, and library collaborations at Vanderbilt
5 things I learned during the Novela Mundial digitization project
Cache Valley, Utah: Latino/Latina voices & history
Finding your history in the library catalog: how subject analysis can improve access to family and local histories
Challenges to Caribbean family history and genealogy: archives, sources, and oral history in Puerto Rico
Opening the vault of eighteenth-century Andean history: a portal to the Conde de Montemar letters at the University of Illinois Library (1761-1799)
The femicide fallacy: tyranny of the ten percent
Integrating the Panama Canal Museum Collection into the University of Florida Libraries
Embedding Latin American archives into library instruction and practice
Mujeres, damas y señoritas: el mundo de las revistas femeninas españolas del siglo XIX al alcance de la mano; the Women's Magazine Digital Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
From trash to treasure: the libros cartoneros of Latin America & Spain: selections from the collection of Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington, Indiana (part 1)
From trash to treasure: the libros cartoneros of Latin America & Spain: selections from the collection of Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington, Indiana (part 2)
Following the clues and getting help from your friends (slide show)
Uso y preservación de colecciones del patrimonio cultural brasileño y mexicano en la Biblioteca Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (slide show)
Crowdfunding and collection development
Luces y sombras de GREI en bibliotecas académicas
Difusão e acesso às fontes históricas: o impacto da disponibilização online de documentos através do projeto de preservação e disseminação do acervo histórico do Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil (CPDOC/FGV)
Descrever é preciso
Descrever é preciso
Building on a history of collaboration: the evolution of LAMP and LARRP
A liaison’s role in implementing an open access policy on campus
LARRP today: strategic directions and a vision for the future
LAMP (CRL): Collaborative preservation of Brazilian primary source materials
From public policies to academic initiatives towards electronic resources access in Brazil: the challenge of overcoming the shortage of resources while ensuring quality in academic research
Serials acquisitions in the digital “future”: if it’s all online, what’s the problem?
Contemporary indigenous scholarly and cultural dialog: a view from Latin American serial publications
Another BRIC on the web
Maximizing the use and exposure of archival authority data
Graduate students tell all
The Wikipedia death thread
Big data, mapping and predicting human rights abuses