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Created Date: 2017-09-26
Contributors: Perry, Anali Maughan

Created Date: 2016-11-02
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: In this 25-minute presentation, I will describe how we have been helping to build an OER and Open Access awareness and adoption campaign at a large, four-year public research university. Tactics, successes, and challenges will be shared, and a conversation with participants will be engaged. I will also describe the successes and challenges of establishing and maintaining an open access repository for ASU researchers, as well as the library's efforts to promote OER.

Created Date: 2016-10-20
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Chaney, Dan, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: With students increasingly buried under crushing debt for their college education, open educational resources (OER) attempt to lower their costs by using free, openly licensed alternatives. Many academic libraries nationally are encouraging faculty to ditch the expensive textbooks and incentivizing the adoption of OER in the classroom, or offering Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to increase access to education to all. This program will offer attendees an overview of OER, how libraries can encourage faculty to adopt OER, and discuss programs in place at Oklahoma State University and Arizona State University

Created Date: 2015-09-25
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Chaney, Dan, Sump-Crethor, Nicole, et al.
Description: There’s a “Gold rush” happening in the new frontier of open access publishing! As publishers experiment with new business models, there’s an explosion of new journal titles and publishers. In the tradition of all boomtowns, outlaws move in as well as upstanding citizens - and they often look alike. With no real marshall in town, how can librarians sort out the good guys from the bad? This discussion will guide you through the wild landscape of open access journal publishing, the advantages and disadvantages for libraries and authors, and give tips on sizing up the good, the bad, and the ...

Created Date: 2015-11-19
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: As libraries are increasingly asked to do more with less, we all have more things to do and less time to do them. Sometimes, the tools we have to help -like email and smartphones - actually make things worse! The trick is connecting technology and techniques that can best help us to manage our time and productivity effectively. In this presentation, Anali will lead an intrepid party on the eternal quest of improving personal productivity. Together, we’ll fight the email dragon, vanquish the time stealing goblins, and explore an arsenal of tools that help us get things done. By sharing ...

Created Date: 2009-12-07
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: Do you feel oppressed by your email inbox? Does your growing pile of projects and responsibilities threaten to become an avalanche? With libraries facing budget and staffing cuts, we are all trying to do more with less and find ourselves dealing with new jobs and responsibilities. This 3-hour pre-conference will offer a variety of productivity tips, an introduction to technological tools to help you manage your workflow, and the opportunity to put what you’ve learned to use during the session. By finding the right combination of techniques and tools, you can regain control and master the disaster!

Created Date: 2013-09-26
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Pannabecker, Virginia, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: Take a journey to discover how you can provide quality information to your patrons for free! Explore the world of Open Access Resources! Open Access refers to scholarly information that is free, online, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. This makes it easier for people to find and use reliable information on a myriad of subjects, such as health information, educational materials, or business resources. Knowledge of Open Access is important for all librarians to help us best serve our communities and stretch our dwindling budgets. Your tour guides will give an overview of Open Access, discuss legislative ...

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Created Date: 2010-10-12
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Harp, Matthew, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: Marketing library resources, services and personnel to information-overloaded university students can be a challenge. Learn how Arizona State University Libraries produces the fun and informative Library Minute video series, how it’s used by instructors, and how it’s received by students.

Created Date: 2011-09-01
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Borchert, Carol Ann, Deliyannides, Timothy S., et al.
Description: Increasing library involvement in journal hosting and publishing is an important topic for serialists. This installment of “The Balance Point” column presents articles that offer descriptions and analyses of the current state of ideas and activities related to libraries as publishers. Featured authors discuss the publishing and journal hosting tasks libraries can perform, programs and activities related to journal hosting, titles hosted, challenges, next steps and the benefits or drawbacks foreseen in the current paths of the libraries they represent.

Created Date: 2011-05-01
Contributors: Perry, Anali, Arizona State University. ASU Library
Description: Videos are a useful and popular way to reach an audience—we all know videos that have gone viral online, garnering millions of views. However, the type of video that can compete with Old Spice commercials takes weeks to plan and produce, as well as a significant budget. Arizona State University (ASU) Libraries wanted to nd a sustainable way to share videos that would require minimal staff time to cre- ate and produce. With that goal in mind, “The Library Minute” was born. We initially envisioned a weekly newscast, but it has evolved into a successful and fun video series. Episodes ...

A collection of scholarly work created by Anali Maughan Perry.

Anali Maughan Perry received her Master's degree in Information Resources and Library Science from the University of Arizona in 2005, and her Bachelor's of Music in Guitar Performance from Arizona State University in 2000. Prior to completing her master's degree, she worked as a library specialist at ASU Libraries for six years in the interlibrary loan department. Since 2006, she has been the Collections & Scholarly Communications Librarian at ASU Libraries.

Anali's research interests are: the application of personal productivity techniques and tools; scholarly communication, and copyright and intellectual property issues.