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B305 – Tools, Apps, & Creativity = Customized Products

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
3:45 PM – 4:30 PM
, Systems & Training Librarian, Baldwinsville Public Library
, Web Development Librarian, University of Guelph

Baldwinsville Public Library is using open courseware and textbooks to create a “poor man’s version of Libguides,” customizing and expanding resources for small business, and LibreOffice Office Suite, Seamonkey HTML browser/editor, and Calibre ebook reader/converter to create locally produced ebooks in epub and mobi formats. And at University of Guelph, McLaughlin Library is taking a vendor application, a little coding knowledge, and mixing it with a bit of JavaScript and jQuery to customize a seemingly locked-down vendor application. Hear how collaboration between a web application developer and a Primo administrator resulted in user requested usability enhancements to the Primo discovery layer interface.

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