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ARLIS Two Innovative Sessions

Two innovative sessions that are available on the web are What’s Hot & What’s Not: Trends in Technologies and Services in Libraries and Visual Pedagogy: Do You See What I See?.   The first session showed innovative projects using web 2.0 tools, such as mashups to display public art location on campus along with links to the library catalog about that artwork/artist. The second discussed innovative techniques to engage patrons, such as a fellow IU graduate of mine, Jessica Bozeman, at Depauw University discussed their recent Murder Mystery to involve art students with databases, print collection and visual resources in order to solve the murder. 
 You can find posters for these sessions and others, at: http://arlisnamw.wordpress.com/virtual-poster-sessions/

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