Category Archives: Proceedings

Expect More: Why Libraries Cannot Become STEM Educators

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Expect More: Why Libraries Cannot Become STEM Educators. Lankes, R. D (2015). Public Libraries and STEM Conference.   ABSTRACT: America’s public libraries can play an important role in furthering STEM education. However, this will be true only if STEM learning efforts focus on librarians and librarians acting as facilitators. Any effort to transform librarians into…

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The Roles of Digital Reference in a Digital Library Environment

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The Roles of Digital Reference in a Digital Library Environment, Lankes, R.D. (2004). In Zhan Furui (Ed), The Proceedings of Digital Library – Advance the Efficiency of Knowledge Utilization (pp. 262-274). Scientific and Technical Documents Publishing House, Beijing, China. http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Publications/Proceedings/DigRefWP.pdf

Taxonomies for Automated Question Triage in Digital Reference

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Taxonomies for Automated Question Triage in Digital Reference. Pomerantz, J., and Lankes, R. D. (2003). In C. C. Marshall, G. Henry and L. Delcambre (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2003 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, May 27-31 2003, Rice University, Houston, TX (pp. 119-121). Washington DC: IEEE Computer Society.

Assessing Quality in Digital Reference Services

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Assessing Quality in Digital Reference Services. Lankes , R. David, McClure, C., and Gross, M. (2001). In 2001 Proceedings of the 64st Annual Meeting (Vol. 38). The American Society for Information Science, Silver Spring, MD.

Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval for Educational Materials on the Internet: Metadata Development, Deployment, and Evolution

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Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval for Educational Materials on the Internet: Metadata Development, Deployment, and Evolution. Sutton , Stuart A., Lankes, R. David, Small , Ruth and Eisenberg , Michael (1998). In Preston, C. (Ed.), 1998 Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting (Vol. 35). The American Society for Information Science, Silver Spring, MD.