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  • Title: Welcome to VALE: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: .. Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey.. Contact Us.. Feedback.. Subscribe to Listserv.. Login.. Create New Account.. About Vale.. Committees.. Conference.. Membership.. Publications.. Home.. Databases.. Digital Media.. Major Initiatives.. Press Room.. Related Links.. Services Resources.. Subscribed Databases.. Caldwell College.. 2013 Technology Innovation.. Eastwick College.. Sidney Silverman Library Bergen Community College.. Felician College.. Kean University: Nancy Thompson Library.. Pillar College.. Union County College.. Gloucester County College.. Princeton University.. New Jersey Institute of Technology: Robert W.. Van Houten Library and Littman Architecture Library.. Rutgers University: Alexander Library, Douglass Library, Library of Science and Medicine.. The College of New Jersey.. Montclair State University.. Fairleigh Dickinson University - Metropolitan Campus.. William Paterson University.. Stevens Institute of Technology.. Seton Hall University.. Rowan University.. County College of Morris.. Text Resize.. -.. A.. +.. Welcome to VALE: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey.. The VALE Consortium was developed in 1998 as a  ...   Project!.. VALE Digital Delivery Video Offerings, 2012-2013.. More.. Member News.. Report for June 2014 Meeting.. Trial Access to VAST: Academic Video Online for VALE Member Institutions Through February 15.. Annual Conference.. 2014 Conference.. Past Conferences.. Flickr Photos Sets.. VALE Upcoming Events.. VALE Assessment Fair 2014.. Thursday, July 17, 2014 -.. 9:30am.. -.. 1:30pm.. VALE BCMC Meeting.. Thursday, October 23, 2014 -.. 10:00am.. 12:00pm.. VALE Digital Media Committee Meeting.. Friday, October 24, 2014 -.. 11:30am.. VALE News.. VALE Issues RFP for VALID Consultant.. WANTED: Your Evaluation/Feedback for the 2014 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Users Conference.. VALE Open Library Systems Project.. VALE VALID Mission, Objectives, and Principles.. VALE VALID Charter.. VALE VALID FAQ.. VALE VALID News.. VALE VALID Steering.. VALE VALID Implementation Taskforce.. VALE VALID Logos.. VALE VALID Annual Report.. VALE Photo Gallery: 2014 Conference.. Copyright 2011 VALE - Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey.. All rights reserved.. |.. |..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: Printer-friendly version.. Your comments are important to us and we will address them as quickly as possible.. The VALE Consortium has a lot of information already available online.. We invite you to start by reading the.. About VALE.. page where many of your questions may already have been addressed.. Access the Contact Form.. If you cannot find the answer to your questions on any of these web pages please contact us using the.. contact form.. or direct contact using information below.. Add information to the website, set up trials, make announcements, etc.. Report  ...   creating a user account.. Contact Information for General Inquiry.. Address:.. VALE, Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey.. c/o William Paterson University Library.. 300 Pompton Road.. Wayne, NJ 07470.. First Contact:.. Judy Avrin, (avrinj@wpunj.. edu), 973-720-3188.. Secondary Contact:.. Anne Ciliberti, (cilibertia@wpunj.. edu), 973-720-3179.. For Additional Inquiries.. Subscribe to VALE listserv.. Join a VALE committee.. Suggest a new database.. Contact a member of the Executive committee.. Report technical issues with the VALE website.. contact us.. feedback.. information.. listserv.. report technical issues.. About the Databases.. Overview of the Consortium.. Governance Organization.. Publications Reports.. Logos.. Contact us..

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  • Title: Subscribe to Listserv | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: The VALE listserv is open to staff of all VALE member libraries as well as the Executive Directors of New Jersey s regional library cooperatives.. It is a moderated list so it means that your subscription request will be held for approval.. To subscribe, unsubscribe, set a password, change your delivery options, or access more information on the VALE-L please go to:.. https://tcnjlists.. tcnj.. edu/mailman/listinfo/vale-l.. Alternatively, you can use the following e-mail commands:.. SUBSCRIBE to VALE-L listserv.. Send your message to.. vale-l-request@tcnjlists.. edu.. Leave the subject line blank.. In the body type:.. subscribe [password].. Remove your signature, if any, from the body of the message.. For example: subscribe abracadabra.. Password [no parenthesis] is optional  ...   all members of the list.. If you want to respond to an individual directly, just type in their e-mail address in the To: field.. UNSUBSCRIBE from VALE-L listserv.. Send an email to:.. In the body, type:.. unsubscribe [password].. Remove your signature, if any from the body of the message.. For example: unsubscribe abracadabra.. Please type your password [no parenthesis] that you received in your Welcome message.. If omitted, a confirmation email will be sent to you.. Questions and concerns for the attention of a person should be sent to.. vale-l-owner@tcnjlists.. *****.. VALE Listserv is hosted by The College of New Jersey.. Members.. Member Institutions.. Members Council by Institution.. Members Council by Name.. Member Map..

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  • Title: User account | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: User account.. Create new account.. Log in.. Request new password.. Username:.. *.. Enter your Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey username.. Password:.. Enter the password that accompanies your username..

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  • Title: User account | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: ›.. Any member affiliated with VALE: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey member library can request a user account.. With a VALE user account you will be able:.. to register for the annual users' conference; committee meetings and workshops;.. to post comments to the VALE website;.. to join VALE Committee(s).. You must use your.. work or school email address.. to create your user account otherwise VALE will not be able to authenticate your identity and your user account may not be approved.. Approval notification will be sent within 24-hours, if not please.. To ensure proper delivery of VALE email messages, please add.. vale-noreply@valenj.. org.. to your email address book.. Please note that VALE is not a library, but a consortium of libraries in New Jersey.. All access to databases and resources is offered through individual college and university libraries, not through the VALE website.. If your initial request sought access to these types of materials, please contact your institution for assistance.. ***********************.. Account information.. Spaces are allowed; punctuation is not allowed except for periods, hyphens, and underscores.. E-mail address:.. A valid e-mail address.. All e-mails from the system will be sent to this address.. The e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new password or wish to receive certain news or notifications by e-mail.. User Information.. First Name (required):.. Last Name (required):.. Your name will be visible for public viewing..  ...   Theological Seminary.. Princeton University.. Ramapo College of New Jersey.. Raritan Valley Community College.. Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.. Rider University.. Rowan University.. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.. Salem Community College.. Seton Hall University.. Saint Peter s University.. Stevens Institute of Technology.. Sussex County Community College.. The College of New Jersey.. Thomas Edison State College.. Union County College.. VALE: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey.. Warren County Community College.. William Paterson University.. Non-member (enter information in below box).. Institution (non-member):.. If you are not currently affiliated with a VALE member library, select "Non-member" and enter your institution name in the next box.. Work Address (required):.. Please enter your institution's work address.. Your work address will be visible for public viewing.. Work Phone Number (required):.. Work Fax Number:.. Please enter your institution phone and fax numbers.. These numbers are needed if you are your institution contact for reciprocal borrowing or general contact.. Your numbers will be visible for public viewing.. Enter a rationale for creating a new account or updating your current account (required):.. Enter the reason why you want to create a user account or edit your existing account at VALE website.. This information is needed to approve your request and to filter out potential spam accounts.. The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.. CAPTCHA.. This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions..

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  • Title: About Vale | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: Mission.. The Virtual Academic Library Environment (VALE), a consortium of New Jersey college and university libraries and the New Jersey State Library, is dedicated to furthering excellence in learning and research through innovative and collaborative approaches to information resources and services.. About the databases.. Overview of the consortium.. Governance and organization.. Bylaws:.. HTML file.. PDF file.. VALE Memorandum of Understanding.. (PDF) [revised March 26, 2006].. NJEDge-VALE Memorandum of Understanding.. (PDF) [December 23, 2013].. Strategic planning initiatives.. Members' Council.. Members' Council Directory.. Member institutions.. Publications and reports.. VALE Logos.. VALID Logos..

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  • Title: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey | Dedicated to Innovation & Collaboration
    Descriptive info: About VALE Committees.. The ongoing work of VALE is being conducted through a series of committees chaired by and composed of members from college and university libraries in the state of New Jersey.. A member of the Executive Committee acts as a liaison to each of the designated committees.. The number and scope of these committees may change over time as VALE matures.. The  ...   for VALE Committee Chairs and Liaisons.. Project Request Form:.. PDF.. Interactive PDF.. Join a Committee.. VALE Committees.. VALE Executive.. Meetings Events.. Members Roster.. Minutes Notes.. News.. Photo.. Reports.. Members Council.. VALE Assessment, Evaluation and Statistics.. VALE Bibliographic Control and Metadata.. VALE Cooperative Collection Management.. VALE Digital Media.. VALE Electronic Resources.. VALE Reference Services.. VALE Resource Sharing.. VALE Shared Information Literacy.. VALE Users’ Conference.. VALE Website..

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  • Title: 2014 Annual Users' Conference: Program | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
    Descriptive info: 2014 Annual Users Conference: Program.. VALE / NJ ACRL / NJLA CUS.. Fifteenth Annual Users' Conference.. Friday, January 10, 2014.. Libraries as Leaders: Off the Ropes and Into the Ring.. Busch Campus Center, Rutgers University.. Piscataway, NJ.. Schedule of Events.. 8:30 am - 10:00 am.. Registration / Breakfast - International Lounge.. 9:00 am - 10:00 am.. Poster Sessions.. - International Lounge.. 10:00 am - 11:00 am.. Welcome and Keynote Speaker - Multipurpose Room.. David Weinberger.. , Senior Researcher, Berkman Center for Internet Society at Harvard University and Co-Director, Harvard Library Innovation Lab.. 11:10 am - 12:00 pm.. Breakout Sessions I.. 12:10 pm - 1:00 pm.. Breakout Sessions II.. 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm.. Lunch - Multipurpose Room.. 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm.. Announcements and Organizational Updates - Multipurpose Room.. Announcements.. Richard Kearney, VALE Users' Conference Committee.. Gracemary Smulewitz, President, NJLA College and University Section / ACRL NJ Chapter.. Organizational Updates.. Colleen Daze, Director of the State Library Information Center, New Jersey State Library.. Gracemary Smulewitz, President, NJLA College and University Section / ACRL NJ Chapter.. Andrew D.. Scrimgeour, VALE Executive Committee.. 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm.. Poster Sessions - International Lounge.. 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm.. Breakout Sessions III.. 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm.. Post-Conference Networking / Dessert Reception / Committee Recruitment - Multipurpose Room.. 11:10 am to 12:00 pm.. **********.. B01: Keynote Speaker Follow-Up Session.. David Weinberger, Senior Researcher, Berkman Center for Internet Society at Harvard University and Co-Director, Havard Library Innovation Lab.. You are invited to continue the conversation with our Keynote Speaker in an informal exchange session.. Intended Audience: All Librarians.. Level: Introductory.. B02: Understanding Altmetrics and Their Impact on Scholarly Communication.. Yingting Zhang, Rutgers University.. Minglu Wang, Rutgers University.. Laura Bowering Mullen, Rutgers University.. In today s constantly changing library world, the focus of academic librarians is evolving from reader services to researcher services.. When new metrics are introduced to measure the impact of scholarly works, it is important for librarians to understand what altmetrics are, how they differ from the traditional metrics, what they have to do with research data citation and social media such as Twitter, and how they affect measurement of research quality and scholarly communication.. This session presents an introduction to altmetrics so attendees will gain a better understanding of this concept and better serve their researchers.. B03: Joining Paths: How to Become One.. Gracemary Smulewitz, Rutgers University.. Elizabeth Sosnowska, Rutgers University.. Members of the New Jersey academic community are aware that on July 1, 2013 two of the UMDNJ medical schools and Rutgers University officially merged.. For the libraries this meant that a great deal of analysis was performed prior to the merger to understand the impact on collections, including licenses, duplication, cataloging and holdings and responsibilities.. Many spreadsheets were created and an approach for merging was established.. The process required that the libraries be introspective and learn more about their own operations, audiences and culture as well as that of their new colleagues.. The latter required strong communication skills and strong leadership.. The benefits of the introspection transcend the merger.. The intent of the presentation is to share our findings and how they applied to other projects, and how they can be of value to other institutions.. Level: Intermediate.. B04: Off the Ropes and Away from the Desk: How to Lead the Way for Lifelong Learning Through Successful Programming.. Amanda Piekart, Berkeley College.. Bonnie Lafazan, Director, Berkeley College.. Academic librarians frequently wear many hats in serving our library users, but there are various ways we can reach our community beyond our library walls.. Library programming provides librarians the opportunity to be the face of our libraries, actively collaborate with other departments and reach a diverse population of users.. This breakout session will demonstrate how to create meaningful programs that instill lifelong learning, provide an array of delivery methods and include numerous examples of successful programs that you can implement at your institution in order to make your library a leader within your campus community.. B05: Personal Librarians: A Collaborative Approach to Easing Students’ Research Anxiety.. Cara Berg, Felician College.. Dr.. Julie O Connell, Felician College.. This session will detail Felician College s Personal Librarians Project, a collaborative effort between the college library, the first-year experience program, and the developmental studies program of Felician College.. The four library faculty members at Felician worked closely with the four learning communities of developmental first-year students to craft research assignments, deliver information literacy instruction, develop research methodologies, and meet individually with those students - all in an effort to reduce library anxiety.. B06: Don t Flip Out- Flip Your Classroom! Using Hybrid Information Literacy Instruction to Get Your Students Into the Ring.. Alyssa Valenti, Raritan Valley Community College.. Teaching information literacy in a hybrid environment can allow librarians to utilize several 'flipped' classroom techniques.. Assigning students to familiarize themselves with a specific database, or brainstorm narrower keywords in an online discussion forum before they come to the physical classroom are some examples.. This breakout session will highlight several successful techniques and allow for time to brainstorm some new ways to teach information literacy in a flipped manner.. Give your students the opportunity to train before the fight, know their opponent before they get in the ring, and go pound-for-pound with your library s resources.. B07: Sneak Preview of VALID Functionality and Project Updates.. Grace Agnew, Rutgers University.. Anne Ciliberti, William Paterson University.. Marianne Gaunt, Rutgers University.. This break-out session will feature an update on the VALE Academic Libraries Information Discovery (VALID) project provided by VALE OLS Steering Committee (VOSC) co-chairs, Ciliberti and Gaunt.. They will review the planning efforts of the past year, focusing on recent achievements and the current status of the project.. The update will be followed by a presentation by Agnew who will provide an in-depth analysis and review of progress on the development of Kuali OLE, the community-based software upon which the VALID project will be built.. Agnew will describe the architecture and design principles which form the foundation of the OLE software as well as the current status of the OLE modules, including plans for an Electronic Resources Management (ERM) functionality.. The presentation will conclude with a question and answer session.. 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm.. Title.. B08: Who knew? Virtual Reference May Have a Demographic!.. Sharon Q.. Yang, Rider University.. Heather Dalal, Rider University.. Virtual reference (VR) extends user services beyond library walls and open hours.. It is becoming increasingly important with distance learning and electronic resources proliferating in academic institutions and libraries.. This presentation presents findings from a survey of virtual reference on the websites of 362 academic libraries.. The discussion will include the popular technologies for VR and the profile of those providing or not providing VR.. Evidence indicates that the decision to provide virtual reference may be related to the annual cost for the parent institution, the number of graduate students, the highest degree offered, and the type of institution.. The libraries that are open longer hours are more likely to provide chat as well.. The targeted audience is not limited to public services librarians, but anyone who wants to learn interesting facts about VR.. B09: Using LibAnalytics for Assessment.. Mary Mallery, Montclair State University.. Heather Cook, Caldwell College.. Ginna Nicolas, Springshare.. Talia Richards, Springshare.. This panel session describes how LibAnalytics from Springshare provides an easy and cost-effective way for libraries to track different data points for assessment requirements, such as reference transactions, Access Service Desk transactions, information literacy pre- and post-tests, as well as database usage.. Presenters will demonstrate how to create a reference data instance in LibAnalytics, best practices for training and communication, and methods for data analysis using the Data Explorer utility.. B10: Changing the F.. A.. C.. E.. of the Library: Facilitating Academic Collegiate Excellence through Gamification.. Christy Goodnight, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.. Facilitating Academic Collegiate Excellence or F.. is what we aim to do, it is our mission as an academic library.. What is the image of the library today? How do students view us? Changing the face of the library is essential to keeping up with our students, but we must also keep to our missions.. How can we engage in Facilitating Academic Collegiate Excellence while engaging with our students? What is the new F.. of the library today? This session will look at using gamification in two different formats both in-person and online as ways to do both.. B11: Surveying Graduate Students About Workshops of Interest: Librarians Take the Lead at Rutgers-Newark.. Bonnie L.. Fong, Rutgers University.. Krista White, Rutgers University.. Relatively little literature discuss graduate students information needs.. To more fully support this underserved population in their roles as students, teachers (TA), researchers, and authors, librarians on the Rutgers-Newark campus led the development of a study to identify workshop topics most suitable for these students.. Graduate program directors will be interviewed and their students surveyed about training needs in the areas of research, teaching, technology, finding grants and jobs.. This presentation will focus primarily on results of most interest to librarians - responses related to information literacy, scholarly communication, digital humanities tools, data skills, and thesis writing.. B12: A Three Session Approach to Library Instruction for Freshman English.. Martin J.. Crabtree, Mercer County Community College..  ...   knowing how to make their own videos.. Poster Sessions 2014.. The poster sessions provide an opportunity for individual librarians and/or libraries to share graphic representations of current research, programs or creative solutions to library problems.. Poster Sessions Presenters are available during these scheduled time (at registration 9:00 am to 10:00 am and during lunch from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm) to present posters, answer questions, and give away handouts relating to their sessions.. P01: New Jersey Prizefighters: Librarians at the Top of Their Game.. Lynn Schott, Bergen Community College.. James Keehbler, NJLA Member Services Committee, Piscataway Public Library.. Lisa DeLuca, William Paterson University.. Kate Hossain, Bergen Community College.. Erin Ackerman, The College of New Jersey.. Whether sparring in Trenton or training in Toms River, NJLA is supporting academic librarians, conditioning new leaders, and spotlighting the brightest and best in the state.. These days standing still doesn't get it done, so the Association is proud to offer diverse, cutting-edge programs that spark ideas and solve problems.. Networking, social activities, awards and presentation opportunities abound for active members at NJ's colleges and universities.. Talk to us about how we can keep on our toes and stay a step ahead - for you and with you in NJLA and the College and University Section (CUS) which includes membership in ACRL-NJ.. Not a member? Join today and make sure to register for the College and University Section.. P02: 2014 NJLA CUS/ACRL Technology Innovation Award: Future Technology for Today.. Romel Espinel, Steven Institute of Technology.. Innovation is not limited to the latest and greatest technology.. This year the Technology Committee, is not only offering an award for innovative technologies, but also looking for nominees who have wrangled existing technology like social media, Google docs, mobile apps, etc to solve problems in their academic libraries.. We welcome nominations and self-nominations to be considered for the annual awards.. Nominees present their innovations in February and decisions are made in March.. Winners and some nominees are invited to give a presentation at the 2014 NJLA Annual Conference in June in Atlantic City.. P03: Boxing our Shadows: Going from Physical to Virtual.. Judit Ward, Rutgers University.. William Bejarano, Rutgers University.. The Center of Alcohol Studies (CAS) Library took a leadership role in the celebrations of the Center s anniversary by offering material from its collection and setting up physical and virtual exhibits.. A digital archive is currently under construction to extend the existing in-house physical displays in the conference room and the library with in-depth history and further details.. A work in progress, the CAS Digital Archives is a virtual collection of documents, objects, and artifacts, as well as facts and concepts behind them held by the founders of alcohol studies.. The poster highlights the challenges of undertaking the complex task with a small staff.. P04: Consistency In Your Corner: Using a Common Handout for Information Literacy Instruction.. Megan Dempsey, Raritan Valley Community College.. Having consistency in your corner will help you come out swinging in Information Literacy Instruction (ILI).. Every section of English Composition I attends an ILI session taught by one of our librarians.. We were already going into the ring with a standard course outline, but our fans (aka faculty) observed that our students were still walking away from the fight a little dazed.. We developed a Common Handout to be used by every librarian teaching English Comp I sessions.. The Common Handout focuses on essential skills, not tools, and provides a clear, consistent, effective strategy for students to knock out their research assignment.. P05: Embracing the Zombie Apocalypse: Leading the Way Into the Ring of Student Interests.. Katie Maricic, Berkeley College.. Instead of waiting passively on the ropes, librarians at Berkeley College have come out swinging in our effort to attract new library users.. Focusing on students current interest in the growing phenomenon of Zombie literature and films, librarians have purchased new Zombie materials and promoted them with a successful traveling program entitled The Zombie Apocalypse: Why We re Obsessed With the End of the World.. The creator of the program will discuss the outcomes of Berkeley College Libraries Zombie program, and will show you how to create programming that promotes your library resources, encourages critical reading, and connects with your students.. P06: Getting in on the Game: A Library and Athletics Partnership.. Megan Bratkovich, Caldwell College.. Caldwell College s Athletic Department administers the Cougar Enrichment Program for new student athletes requiring monitored study hours.. The Jennings Library established a partnership with the Athletic Department to enhance this program.. Library space was dedicated to the program; student tutors were incorporated into study sessions; and targeted information literacy workshops directly related to student requests were developed.. In addition to creating a new relationship with the Athletic Department, the library forged connections with a targeted student population.. This poster session will highlight the challenges faced and the solutions found as well as report the outcomes of the enhanced Cougar Enrichment Program.. P07: Going Hosted-Server Migration.. Rita Lo, Brookdale Community College.. This poster presentation will discuss server migration, a major event for any library system.. Brookdale Community College decided in the fall of 2012 to have our Innovative library system server be hosted by Innovative in California.. Highlights from our server migration experience in Spring 2013 will be presented.. In addition to outlining the factors leading up to the decision to go hosted , this poster presentation will address our migration process and the overall experience of having all of our information in the cloud.. P08: Implementing RDA – What’s in it for me?.. Cathy Weng, The College of New Jersey.. Jianrong Wang, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.. RDA (Resource Description and Access) is the new international cataloging standard that provides instructions and guidelines on formulating descriptive data for resource description and discovery.. RDA was developed to meet the needs of users in the current rapidly-changing digital environment which the legacy AACR2 has failed to address.. Implementing RDA has many benefits.. However, it will also take tremendous time and effort to transform the current AACR2 environment to the RDA environment.. This poster presentation will discuss the cost and benefits of implementing RDA and why it has become an inevitable trend.. Practical approaches and steps of making the transition as easy as possible will also be illustrated.. P09: LIS Students: Step into the Ring of Academic Librarianship - Becoming the Best Candidate.. Leslin Charles, Rutgers University.. Lynee R.. Dokus, County College of Morris.. Jaimie Donnelly, Georgian Court University.. Increasingly, teaching skills are becoming necessary for academic librarians.. Do administrators acknowledge the priority of these skills in the daily work of librarians? Do LIS students recognize the value of information literacy or education coursework in acquiring these skills? This poster session will highlight the types of instructional responsibilities of academic librarians (Lesson Planning, Assessment Strategies, Constructing Learning Outcomes, Instructional Technology, etc.. ).. These tasks are not only important to articulate to students the type of coursework that can be considered, but to administrators the types of skills that can be emphasized on job postings.. P10: Marketing and Delivering Information Literacy on the Web, Yesterday and Today.. The Web is an ideal place to market and deliver library services.. This poster session presents data/statistical evidence that academic libraries have increased their information literacy (IL) related activities on the Web since 2009.. Research data from 2009 and 2013 are compared and findings revealed interesting facts.. Academic libraries are more vigorously marketing and delivering IL in the form of tutorials and videos today than three years ago.. The term information literacy has gained more use than ever before.. This poster session documents the achievements of academic libraries in marketing and delivering IL for the past three years.. P11: Rolling with the Vendors’ Apps: Librarians as Leaders in Promoting Easy Access to Databases.. LawrenWilkins, Hudson County Community College.. David McMillian, William Paterson University.. Research shows that 68% of smart phone users search daily for information on their mobile devices and students prefer apps versus mobile websites.. A number of library vendors have developed free mobile applications for various devices.. At the 2013 VALE conference, the Reference Services Committee presented on this topic and received many questions from the audience about the different apps.. The goal of this poster presentation is to revisit the apps mentioned in the presentation, highlight their strengths and weaknesses, and address any updates made to them.. Familiarity with these apps could encourage academic librarians to promote these valuable tools in an increasingly mobile environment.. P12: The Evolving NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Newsletter.. Joan Dalrymple, Bergen Community College.. Sharon Whitfield, Rowan University.. The NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Newsletter has entered the ring.. We have come out swinging by using website technology to promote and enhance newsletter features.. The editors of the newsletter will present to you how website technology has become our latest weapon in conveying information to New Jersey librarians.. We will present the pros and cons of the different media and discuss the impact on the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ constituents.. 2014.. annual_conference.. breakout sessions.. keynote speaker.. organizational updates.. poster sessions.. General Information.. Call for Proposals.. Keynote Speaker.. Program and Registration.. Confirmation, Cancellation, and Questions.. Directions and Weather.. Network and Connect.. Evaluation.. 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000..

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  • Title: Member Institutions | Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey
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  • Title: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey | Dedicated to Innovation & Collaboration
    Descriptive info: Posting of publications and reports approved by the Executive Committee for public consumption.. Publications and Reports.. Post Date.. VALE Triennial Report 2009 - 2011 -.. [Download this Link].. 06/18/2012.. Bylaws -.. 11/11/2010.. VALE Triennial Report 2006 - 2008 -.. 02/06/2010.. State of VALE NJ - 2008 -.. VALE 2007 Cost Savings Study Report, December 2007  ...   VALE 2007 Assessment Survey Final Report, Executive Summary, June 2007 -.. VALE 2007 Assessment Survey Final Report, June 2007 -.. VALE 2007 Open Library System Report, May 2007 -.. VALE 2006 Final Report of the 2006 Visions for VALE Planning Retreat -.. VALE Brochure 2004 -.. VALE 2004/2005 biennial report -.. VALE 2002/2003 biennial report -..

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  • Title: Virtual Academic Library Environment of New Jersey | Dedicated to Innovation & Collaboration
    Descriptive info: List of databases VALE negotiated for its members.. Some resources on this page may be password protected.. Select:.. (login required) |.. Preferred licensing terms.. Database licenses.. Database.. Vendor.. ABI/Inform.. Proquest.. ABI/Inform Global.. Academic Search Elite (funded by the NJ State Library).. EBSCO.. ACM Digital Library.. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).. Alt-Health Watch.. America: History and Life.. Art Abstracts.. Art Full Text.. Art Retrospective.. ATLA Religion.. ATLAS Full-Text Plus.. Biographies Plus.. Biography Reference Bank.. Biological Abstracts.. Biomedical Reference Collection.. Books in Print.. Bowker.. Business Source Elite (Funded by the NJ State Library).. Chronicle of Higher Education.. CINAHL.. CINAHL - Full Text.. CINAHL Complete.. CINAHL Plus with Full Text.. Communication  ...   Health and Wellness Resource Center.. Gale Cengage.. Historic Documents Series: Online Edition.. Historical Abstracts.. Historical New York Times.. Humanities International Complete.. Lexis-Nexis Academic.. Lexis-Nexis.. Lippincott Williams Wilkins Journals.. Ovid.. Literature Online (LION).. Literature Resource Center.. Mental Measurements Yearbook.. MLA International Bibliography.. EBSCO.. Proquest.. Nature Journals.. Nature Publishing.. Nature Weekly.. Nursing Allied Health Collection.. Opposing Viewpoints.. Oxford Art Online (formerly Grove Art Online).. Oxford University Press.. Oxford English Dictionary.. Oxford Music Online (formerly Grove Music Online).. Proquest Central.. Proquest Dissertations Theses.. Proquest Education Journals.. Proquest Journal Bundle.. Proquest Nursing Allied Health Source.. Proquest Social Science Journals.. PsycArticles.. PsycINFO.. Science Direct.. Elsevier.. Social Work Abstracts.. SocINDEX with Full Text.. Database Licenses..

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