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2 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: Collaborating for Classroom and Library Technology Integration Brian Nielsen, Academic Technologies Denise Shorey, University Library Northwestern University EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference, Chicago, IL March 26, 2003 Copyright Brian Nielsen and Denise Shorey This work is the intellectual property of the authors. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the authors. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the authors.

3 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative The Project The Software The Rollout The Evaluation The Lessons Learned Directions

4 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: The Message It’s about Collaboration, Deep Integration, and Respect for Distinct Institutional Roles.

5 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: The Project Information literacy/media literacy effort in Northwestern Writing Program, 2001 – Problem of student access to bibliographic database management software (BDMS) Informal task force: academic technologies, library, writing program, teaching center

6 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: The Software BDMS products have been available since mid-1980’s (ProCite & bib) ISI (Thomson) owns three of the most well-known products Campus-wide licensing offered 2001 (IU and others) RefWorks offered on the Web 2002

7 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: The Users Knowledge building: a foundation for the scholarly process, and shared bibliographies Undergraduates: free, easy to use Faculty and graduate students: use on the road for later conversion to client- based software

8 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: Features Input choices: manual, file import, search Users have choice of output and export Need MS Word loaded for output to create a bibliography Variety of styles are supported (Chicago, CBE, MLA, etc.)

9 A Web-based BDMS: The Rollout A late start The Writing Program deployment Documentation Training Integration with library system

10 A Web-based BDMS: The Evaluation Necessary to fund ongoing commitment Task force discussions Student survey

11 A Web-based BDMS: The Survey Targeted to 4 classes Administered via Blackboard Analysis using Bb and subsequent processing

12 A Web-based BDMS: The Survey

13 A Web-based BDMS: Lessons Learned Initiative requires multiple units collaborating Need for further integration with library information systems Use of the software recasts the information literacy problem

14 A Web-based BDMS: Directions for the future Further work with the vendor Local hosting to improve integration Possible embedding within our course management system Need to explore the relationship of bibliographic data to more generalized standards

15 A Web-based BDMS: Embedding into CMS

16 A Web-based Bibliography Management Initiative: The Message It’s about Collaboration, Deep Integration, and Respect for Distinct Institutional Roles. Questions?


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