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          Five Strategic Areas of Library Focus
                     Over 3-5 years

             A debate & discussion between:
        Anne Ciliberti, William Paterson University &
    Richard Sweeney, New Jersey Institute of Technology

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          Five Strategic Areas of Library Focus
                     Over 3-5 years

             A debate & discussion between:
        Anne Ciliberti, William Paterson University &
    Richard Sweeney, New Jersey Institute of Technology


                 Hosted by Farleigh Dickinson University
                             June 16, 2009

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  A strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve a
  particular goal. The word strategy has military
  connotations, because it derives from the Greek word for
  army.[1]
  Strategy is different from tactics. In military terms, tactics
  is concerned with the conduct of an engagement while
  strategy is concerned with how different engagements are
  linked. In other words, how a battle is fought is a matter of
  tactics: whether it should be fought at all is a matter of
  strategy.

  "Strategy." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 8 Jun. 2009. Wikimedia
  Foundation. 22 Aug. 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strategies


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    Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
     1. Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning
        Innovations




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  Harnessing collective            User behavior not             Leverage user
  intelligence                     predetermined                 self-service
  Software that gets better        Network effects from          Modular /
  the more it is used.             user contributions            Components
  User Participation               Syndication                   Reuse / remix
  Wikis. Blogs, etc.               (RSS)                         Information
  Value of the software is  The web as platform;                 Wisdom of
  proportional to the scale beats an application                 Crowds; users
  and dynamism of the data every time.                           add value; treat as
  it helps to manage                                             co-developers
  Long Tail / More Choices         Data is the next Intel        Ethic of
  (Not just the popular)           Inside                        cooperation
  Faster Developments             What is Web 2.0?               Tagging

O’Reilly, Tim. ―What is Web 2.0 and Business Models for the Next Generation of
Software‖. O’Reilly. 30 Sep 2005.
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 Paul’s principles of Web 2.0

 Freeing of data                   Trust
 Work for the user                 Remix and Reuse
 Modular                           Participative
 Smart                             The Long Tail
 Sharing code, content, ideas
 Permits the building of virtual applications
 Communication and facilitating community




  Miller, Paul. ―Web 2.0 Building the New Library‖ Ariadne. 30 Oct 2005. 45:
  http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue45/

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                                             IL is for learners
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  Leveraging the approaches typified by Web 2.0’s principles
  and technology offers libraries many opportunities to
  serve their existing audiences better, and to reach out to
  potential beneficiaries where they happen to be, and in
  association with the task that they happen to be
  undertaking.




  Miller, Paul. ―Web 2.0 Building the New Library‖ Ariadne. 30 Oct 2005. 45:6
  http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue45/


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                                             IL is for learners
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                              Knowledgebase


         A natural language knowledge base
         makes it possible to answer specific
         questions that are likely to be asked
         repeatedly by other users but perhaps in
         a slightly different manner.



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                  Type: How do I place a book on
                  hold?


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                 Benefits to Library Users
      1. Users are empowered to get questions
         answered anywhere, anytime via the web
      2. Answers are more up-to-date, accurate and
         consistent
      3. Saves time to email / make phone calls / to
         chat / to go the library / to navigate library
         website, Q&A or FAQ solutions



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                                            Answer: Steps to place
                                            a request for a book
                                            that is on loan to
                                            someone else.

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                                            Links to web pages for
                                            the online catalog &
                                            library barcode.


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  Rate the Q & A




  Here’s the answer from ASK THE LIBRARY
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                                           How do I find a book?
                                           What is the code of conduct?
                                           Where can I find my professor's course
                                             reserves?
                                           What are the library hours?
                                           How do I cite my sources?
                                           Where can I find information on
                                             workshops and instruction?
                                           How do I find articles on my topic?
                                           Can I access the library resources
                                             remotely and on campus?
                                           How do I find a specific handbook,
                                             encyclopedia, etc?
                                           How can I get help if I have trouble
                                             finding what I need?


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             NJIT faculty publications -
                   Feed from Scopus on
             RSShttp://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
             library home page.
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             NJIT faculty publications -
                   Feed from Scopus on
             RSShttp://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
             library home page.
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  Web 2.0 offers a lot of opportunities for librarians
  to develop new services for clients that are more
  personalized and customized with direct user
  input. Web 3.0 is likely to provide even greater
  accelerated learning options.




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  Leveraging the approaches typified by Web 2.0’s principles
  and technology offers libraries many opportunities to
  serve their existing audiences better, and to reach out
  potential beneficiaries where they happen to be, and in
  association with the task that they happen to be
  undertaking.




  Miller, Paul. ―Web 2.0 Building the New Library‖ Ariadne. 30 Oct 2005. 45:6
  http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue45/


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    Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
     1. Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning
        Innovations
     2. Promote & Expand Student Information
        Literacy (IL)




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  ―The goal of the NJIT Information Literacy Plan is to
  ensure that NJIT undergraduate (UG) students graduate
  with adequate and competitive information literacy (IL)
  skills This plan is intended to meet and/or exceed the
  Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
  IL skills accreditation requirements and the New Jersey
  Commission on Higher Education (NJCHE) academic
  licensure rules.‖

  Adopted May 20, 2009 by the NJIT Committee on Academic Affairs


  Marhaba, Taha. ―INSTITUTE INFORMATION LITERACY PLAN‖. New Jersey
  Institute of Technology. May 20, 2009 http://library.njit.edu/docs/njit-info-lit-
  plan-caa-approved-05-20-2009.pdf

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  Who is IL assessment for?

  1. Assessment should inform the learner about skill levels
  compared to other learners.

  2. Assessment should inform the institution how their
  students are collectively performing.

  3. Assessment should comparatively inform outside
  agencies and the public how that institution is performing.




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 ―The revised standards for accreditation in the Middle States
 Region, especially the emphasis on information literacy as a
 meta-outcome, could have an impact on higher education in
 at least three areas: long range planning, especially with
 regard to assessment, a change in the institution dialogue
 about student learning, and increased collaboration woven
 into the campus culture.‖
 p. 374



  Rattery, Oswald M T. ―Information Literacy in Self Study‖. Journal of
  Academic Librarianship, v28 n6 p368-375 Nov 2002


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―Currently in higher education, both on campus and
online, we individualize faculty practice (that is, we allow
individual faculty members great latitude in course
development and delivery) and standardize the student
learning experience (that, is we treat all students in a
course as if their learning needs, interests, and abilities
were the same). Instead we need to do just the
opposite: individualize student learning and standardize
faculty practice. ‖ p. 38

  Twigg, Carol A. ―Improving Learning and ReducingTechnologyModels
  Foreman, Joel. “Next-Generation Educational Costs: New
  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
  for Online Learning‖. EDUCAUSE Review Sep/Oct 2003: 28-38
  Versus the Lecture.”

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    Teaching-Centered                     Learning-Centered
    Deliver instruction                   Produce learning
    Transfer of knowledge from Discovery and construction of
    teacher to student         knowledge
    Active faculty                        Active students
    One teaching style                    Multiple learning styles
                                          Learning technologies
    Curriculum development                development
    Quantity and quality of
    resources                             Quantity and quality of outcomes

Robert B. Barr and John Tagg, "From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for
Undergraduate Education," Change, vol. 27, no. 6 (November/December 1995): 12–
25.
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   Teaching-Centered                       Learning-Centered
   Quality of faculty                      Quality of students
   Time held constant; learning            Learning held constant; time
   varies                                  varies
   Learning is linear and                  Learning is a nesting and
   cumulative                              interacting of frameworks
   Promote recall                          Promote understanding
                                           Faculty are designers of learning
   Faculty are lecturers                   environments
   Learning is competitive and             Learning is cooperative and
   individualistic                         collaborative
Robert B. Barr and John Tagg, "From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for
Undergraduate Education," Change, vol. 27, no. 6 (November/December 1995): 12–
25.
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                 Learning Strategies for Millennials:

 1. Increase teacher – student interaction; feedback
 2. Engage students (motivation; involvement)
 3. Accelerate student learning
 4. Increase experiential learning (gaming;
    simulations, role playing)
 5. Increase learning options
 6. Increase peer-to-peer (collaboration) learning
 7. Offer more ―pull‖ web based learning options
 8. Offer more interactive multimedia learning.


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                                Millennial Learning Strategies
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 Information Literacy education on campus could
 become a prototype for a whole new higher
 education model of interactive, multimedia,
 student engaged learning freed from the
 constraints or credit hours and standard
 semesters and, even sometimes from the
 classroom with librarians providing leadership.



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    Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
     1. Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning
        Innovations
     2. Promote & Expand Student Information
        Literacy (IL)
     3. Outsource Feasible Resources and
        Services to Consortia Alternatives




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  ―As mentioned above, Web 2.0 is participative. That
  participation is often seen to be on the part of end-users
  such as bloggers, and this is certainly true. For libraries
  and associated organisations, though, there is equal scope
  for participation. We need to work together. Libraries,
  library systems vendors, publishers, standards bodies,
  government agencies, more. None of us can do all of this
  alone, and all of us stand to benefit from doing it together.‖



  Miller, Paul. ―Web 2.0 Building the New Library‖ Ariadne. 30 Oct 2005. 45:6
  http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue45/


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 ―Libraries are uniquely situated to work at the nexus of
 disciplines. But doing this work effectively requires new
 types of outreach and collaboration‖. p. 5




  No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the 21st Century.
  Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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 ―In the future, the economic viability of libraries is likely to
 increasingly depend on their ability to forge alliances with
 the larger community‖. p. 5, 6




  No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the 21st Century.
  Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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 ―Change will require collective action, and such action will
 be impossible unless people are closer in spirit with regard
 to risk. We need to experiment and develop opportunities
 for work in new sectors or new alignments with different
 organizations. There is a cost to not taking a risk—a
 danger that libraries will become stuck in a niche that
 becomes smaller and smaller. p. 2




  No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the 21st Century.
  Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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 ―The traditional separation between libraries and
 commercial entities needs to be reconsidered.‖


 Collaboration should undergird all strategic developments
 of the university, especially at the service level. ‖ p.10




  No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the 21st Century.
  Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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 ―Open source software, Open Access Publishing,
 Information Literacy, Networking, Social Networking and
 most future library services require unprecedented levels
 of collaboration and risk taking. Are librarians ready for
 this challenge?‖




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    Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
     1. Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning
        Innovations
     2. Promote & Expand Student Information
        Literacy (IL)
     3. Outsource Feasible Resources and
        Services to Consortia Alternatives
     4. Support & Promote Open Access
        Publishing



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                                                                     VanOrsdel, Lee
                                                                     & Kathleen Born
                                                                     “Reality Bites:
                                                                     Periodicals Price
                                                                     Survey 2009”
                                                                     Library Journal.
                                                                     Vol 134:7




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 ―In publishing, open access (OA) is free online
 access to articles that have traditionally been
 published in scholarly journals. Most open access
 material in this context is distributed via the World
 Wide Web. OA articles usually have limited
 copyright and licensing restrictions.‖



  ―Open access (publishing) ‖. Wikipedia Foundation, Inc. May15, 2009
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_access_(publishing)


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 ―There are several variations in open access publishing:
 "Gold OA": A fully open access journal hosted by the publisher
 with no barriers to online access.[citations needed]
 Hybrid open access journals provide open access only for some
 articles, those for which payment is made on behalf of the author.
 Delayed open access journals open access to particular articles
 only after a period of embargo.
 "Green OA" is open access self-archiving (deposit by its authors)
 of material which may have been published as non-open
 access.[citations needed]
 Non-open access distribution is called "toll access" or
 "subscription access". ‖
  ―Open access (publishing) ‖. Wikipedia Foundation, Inc. May15, 2009
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_access_(publishing)


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 ―It will be important for publishers and librarians together
 to engage in experiments that test various models for
 creating and disseminating
 content‖. p.40




  Wittenberg, Kate. No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the
  21st Century. Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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     Different Models or Methods of Financing OA

                  •Advertising
                  •Government funding
                  •Voluntary donations
                  •Author fees
                  •Institutional subsidies
                  •Foundations


  ―Open access (publishing) ‖. Wikipedia Foundation, Inc. May15, 2009
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_access_(publishing)


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―Another area requiring attention and leadership is the
development of innovative and effective business models for
sustaining digital resources. Business planning plays a critical
role in this environment and provides one of the most
interesting areas for experimentation. Business planning in this
field requires having a grasp of real costs. Models for covering
those costs include subscription-based revenue streams, open
access funded by university budgets, or grant funding for
individual projects or collective infrastructure/staffing. All these
projects come with significant costs, whether we call the
resulting resources open access or revenue-supported
projects.‖ p.40
  Wittenberg, Kate. No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the
  21st Century. Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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 ―It will be important for publishers and librarians together
 to engage in experiments that test various models for
 creating and disseminating
 content‖. p.40




  Wittenberg, Kate. No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the
  21st Century. Council on Library Information Resources. August 2008.
  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub142/pub142.pdf

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Robert B. Barr and John Tagg, "From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm
Suber, Peter, “Open Access Overview (definition, introduction) June 15, 2009.
for Undergraduate Education," Change, vol. 27, no. 6 (November/December
http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/overview.htm
1995): 12–25.
                 Open Access Publishing
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                 leadership.
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    Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
     1. Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning
        Innovations
     2. Promote & Expand Student Information
        Literacy (IL)
     3. Outsource Feasible Resources and
        Services to Consortia Alternatives
     4. Support & Promote Open Access
        Publishing
     5. Support, Staff and Implement an Open
        Library Environment (OLE)

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The OLE Project June 16, 2009.          http://oleproject.org/
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    ―With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, a
    multinational group of libraries is developing the design
    for an Open Library Environment (OLE), an alternative to
    the current model of an Integrated Library System. The
    goal is to produce a design document to inform open
    source library system development efforts, to guide
    future library system implementations, and to influence
    current Integrated Library System vendor products.‖

The OLE Project June 16, 2009.          http://oleproject.org/
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    Create the Common Open Infrastructure and
    Standards to Collaborate & Accelerate Academic
    Library Innovation & Student Learning
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   Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
 1.     Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning Innovations
 2.     Promote & Expand Student Information Literacy (IL)
 3.     Outsource Feasible Resources and Services to
        Consortia Alternatives
 4.     Support & Promote Open Access Publishing
 5.     Support, Staff and Implement an Open Library
        Environment (OLE)



                   http://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
                     Five Strategic Areas of Library Focus                         52
Anne Ciliberti   cilibertia@wpunj.edu       Richard Sweeney     sweeney@njit.edu

            Thanks for your kind attention.

   Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
 1.     Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning Innovations
 2.     Promote & Expand Student Information Literacy (IL)
 3.     Outsource Feasible Resources and Services to
        Consortia Alternatives
 4.     Support & Promote Open Access Publishing
 5.     Support, Staff and Implement an Open Library
        Environment (OLE)



                   http://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
                     Five Strategic Areas of Library Focus                         53
Anne Ciliberti   cilibertia@wpunj.edu       Richard Sweeney     sweeney@njit.edu

            Thanks for your kind attention.

   Five Strategic Areas of NJIT Library Focus
 1.     Expand Local Web 2.0+ Learning Innovations
 2.     Promote & Expand Student Information Literacy (IL)
 3.     Outsource Feasible Resources and Services to
        Consortia Alternatives
 4.     Support & Promote Open Access Publishing
 5.     Support, Staff and Implement an Open Library
        Environment (OLE)

   Powerpoint (available at the bottom of the page:
   http://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
                   http://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/
                     Five Strategic Areas of Library Focus
Anne Ciliberti   cilibertia@wpunj.edu       Richard Sweeney     sweeney@njit.edu

     Additional Strategic Areas of NJIT Library
                       Focus
    1. Librarians and Other Staff Skill Sets
    2. Support Digital Learning Objects
    3. Kindle; E-books

    4. Library Buildings and Equipment
    5. Preservation (LOCKSS & )


                   http://library1.njit.edu/staff-folders/sweeney/

				
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