Here, I walk through a hypothetical student project and explain how I, as an academic librarian, would assist throughout the process.
These are the slides and notes from a presentation I did on the state of open access in academic libraries.
I describe several key topics affecting academic libraries and how I could assist faculty with them: data management plans, open access, and intellectual property policy.
In conjunction with my student support project, this is an example data management plan I created.
I explain the pros and cons of using the Ex Libris OPAC for an academic library.
I worked with a team to create this original collection development policy a fictional library and critiqued three existing policies.
I selected books with funds donated to a fictional university library. To aid selection, I compared policies from similar, real-world, institutions.
I worked with a team that researched the distribution of Hispanic and Latino children's books in various US libraries.
These are the slides and notes from a presentation I did on using language analysis of Twitter accounts with the R programming language.
I wrote this analysis of the community surrounding the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries in Columbus, GA.
I've published a guide to running a library chess tournament on Programming Librarian. It covers all of the basic knowledge such as scorekeeping and pairing, plus other tips that a library worker (or anyone directing a tournament) would need to know.
I've run a succesful chess program since 2017. At the time, I couldn't find any satisfactory guides to give to participants. This is one that I wrote myself which aims to cover all of the necessary knowledge without being too long or too short.