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Wednesday, November 7 • 5:45pm - 6:45pm
34 Utilizing Microsoft OneNote for Transitioning Collection Development and Liaison Duties

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When taking over subject areas from one librarian to another, the new specialist, if they are lucky, may receive a folder and/or a thumb drive of some files. If they are very lucky, the interim or outgoing specialist may be available for consultation or leave some type of written narrative to help the new person in learning their duties. The information may be well organized (or not), but thumb drives of individual files and/or paper folders can be cumbersome and lacking in clarity. Organizing things through Microsoft OneNote may be the answer. OneNote lets you organize and share your notes and images as well as embed various Microsoft file formats like Word and Excel. With OneNote, transitions between liaisons can become more transparent because it lets a user demonstrate the thought processes behind decisions well as the final decision itself.

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Barbara Bishop

Librarian for Communication, Journalism & Theatre, Auburn University Libraries


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