This Week in IUL News
- The Employee Center is Now Mobile
- January 8 Metadata Discussion Group
Library News and Events
Employee Center is Now Mobile
employees are now able to access their Employee
Center information from mobile devices. Payroll,
Benefits, and Employee Information such as
paycheck details, direct deposit, and benefits
elections may be viewed. Information may not be
updated through the mobile site at this time. To
access your Employee Center information, go to the
IU Mobile site (https://m.iu.edu), select Employee Services,
and log in using your IU username and passphrase.
Additional information about the IU Mobile
Web may be found in the Knowledge Base at http://kb.iu.edu/data.mobi.html. A screenshot
of the Employee Services mobile page displaying
the Employee Center is shown below.
Submitted by: Jen
Geary, Human Resources and Staff Development
Metadata Discussion Group Meeting
The Metadata Discussion Group meeting will
be held on Tuesday, January 8, from 9:30am -
10:30am in room 043 of the Wells Library. The
Metadata Discussion Group meets monthly to discuss
metadata issues pertaining to libraries, archives,
and museums. The group has no formal membership.
Library staff, SLIS faculty and students, and
those on campus interested in the topic are
welcome to attend.
What is preservation metadata and why
should you care? Join us to chat about
preservation from a metadata perspective, explore
PREMIS, and more!
Tuesday, January 8
9:30am - 10:30am
Wells Library 043
RESOURCES YOU MIGHT CONSULT
I have 15 minutes:
* Digital Content Creation, University
Library, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. (2010). Best practices for
preservation metadata. In Best Practices for
Creation Digital Collections. Retrieved from http://www.library.illinois.edu/dcc/pdfs
* Riley, J. (2007). An introduction to
PREMIS. Indiana University Libraries Digital
Library Brown Bag. [PowerPoint slides] Retrieved
* Florida Center for Library
Automation's Description Service
outputs a PREMIS record
for an image file you upload
- I have an hour:
* Caplan, P. (2006). Preservation metadata.
In S. Ross & M. Day (Eds.), DCC Digital
Curation Manual. Retrieved from http://www.dcc.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/resource
Learn more about the Metadata Discussion
Group at our blog, blogs.libraries.iub.edu/metadata
, or join the
group email list by sending the following in the
subject line of the message (leave the body of the
message blank) to email@example.com
Suggestions for future topics are welcome.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with suggestions or questions.
Submitted by: Jennifer Liss,
Metadata/Cataloging Librarian, IUB
Law Library Welcomes Two New
Susan David deMaine and Benjamin J. Keele
have recently joined the Indiana University Robert
H. McKinney School of Law, Ruth Lilly Law Library
as Research and Instruction Librarians.
Susan deMaine first joined the law library
as Visiting Librarian in January. She co-teaches
the law school's required for-credit online
legal research class for second-year students,
serves as a faculty research liaison, provides
reference services, and facilitates the Faculty
Writer's Circle. She recently presented at the
Mid-America Association of Law Libraries'
annual meeting and has an upcoming program at the
Southeastern Chapter of the American Association
of Law Libraries' annual conference. Susan was
selected to be a member of the inaugural class of
the Indiana Library Leadership Academy of the
Indiana State Library.
Prior to her appointment in the law school,
Susan clerked for the late Honorable David A.
Nelson on the United States Court of Appeals for
the Sixth Circuit. She also spent several years
working with nonprofit corporations specializing
in education. At the University of Kentucky, she
served as the Special Projects Editor of the
Kentucky Law Review, was selected as a Bert T.
Combs Scholar, and received the Faculty Cup for
Outstanding Contributions to the Law School.
Benjamin Keele is the newest member of the
law library staff coming from William and Mary Law
School, Wolf Law Library where he served as
Reference Librarian and Adjunct Professor of Law.
He taught legal research classes and will be a
talented addition to the law library instruction
team. He is chair of the AALL Lexis/Nexis Call for
Papers committee and has presented at professional
association meetings. Ben has written numerous
articles and recently published The
Librarian's Copyright Companion 2nd edition
with co-authors Jim Heller and Paul Hellyer.
Ben is a graduate of Indiana University
Maurer School of Law where he served as
Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana Journal of Global
Legal Studies. While in law school he clerked for
the Indiana Attorney General's office.
Submitted by: Miriam Murphy, Associate
Director Ruth Lilly Law Library