I Love Mendeley!

I recently signed up for a webinar on Mendeley, which just released it’s 1.0 version.  I had experimented with the beta version some time ago and then quickly forgot about it, as I delved more deeply into Zotero and the cumbersome, inflated Endnote (which is paid for by my university and offered for free to poor doctoral Continue Reading →

QR Code Tips & Best Practices

As promised, here are some tips and best practices for using QR codes in your library: Use codes sparingly and wisely QR codes are awesome, I agree, but beware of QR code saturation.  Wallpapering your library with QR codes may actually be counterproductive.  If students are overloaded with too many QR codes they might end up blocking them Continue Reading →

QR Codes @ Your Library

I gave an online  presentation Tuesday on how we are using QR codes at my library. We are doing some unique things with our QR codes, and I thought I’d share them with you along with a select few of the slides from my presentation (NOTE: The presentation is viewable only by Florida college librarians). Before I Continue Reading →