MLibrary Lightning Talks August 2014

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Past events: MLibrary Lightning Talks March 2014, MLibrary Lightning Talks 2013, MLibrary Lightning Talks 2012, MLibrary Lightning Talks 2011

[edit] 2014 August Edition

Tuesday, August 12th
3 PM to 4:15 PM
Hatcher Gallery
Hatcher Graduate Library

Come and learn about the exciting work that your MLibrary colleagues have been doing in these rapid five-minute presentations. A lightning talk is a brief presentation that quickly informs the audience about a specific topic. In this case, each talk will be just 5 minutes long, and will focus on an area of interest or innovation within the MLibrary community.

Light refreshments will be served.

Topics and presenters:

(Abstracts coming soon!)

  • Your data are bad, and you should feel bad - Bill Dueber (dueberb; Library Systems) -
  • What Kind of Wolverine Are You? - Jamie Vander Broek and Amanda Peters (jlausch, arforres; Learning & Teaching) -
  • Gamers as Teachers - Johnathon Beals (johnathb; Language Resource Center) -
  • Transforming Ideas to Rich Media in the Engaged Media Laboratory - Jacques Mersereau (jacmer; Digital Media Commons) -
  • Conservation of an 1826 iron gall ink manuscript - Erin Kraus (; Preservation and Conservation) -
  • "I Graduated! Now What?": Providing the Best Career Resources for Undergraduates and New U-M Graduates at the UGL and AAEL Libraries - Alix Norton and Alex Purcell (nortona, apurc; Learning & Teaching) -
  • The Michigan Publishing Backlist Rights and Permissions Project: Overview, problems, and what we’ve learned so far - Bryan Birchmeier (bryanbir; Michigan Publishing) -
  • Graphic Design with Librarians in Mind: "" - Jennifer Brown (jencb; Learning & Teaching) -
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