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Danielle Kane

Research Librarian for Emerging Technologies and Service Innovation


M.L.I.S., University of Arizona, 2004

Phone: (949) 824-2024
Email: danielle.kane@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
226 Science Library
Mail Code: 8200
Irvine, CA 92697

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Research
Interests
Emerging technologies, evaluation of new technologies, practical application of new technologies for libraries.
   
URL ORCID
   
Publications “The Ins and Outs of Screen Sharing: Google+ Hangouts and Join.me.” 2013 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL: June 27- July 2, 2013, w/C. Johnson
   
  Kane, D. (2012). “Evaluation & Iteration: Using Statistics to Help Craft Your Libraries Social Media Presence.” Poster session presented at the CARL Conference 2012: April 5-7, 2012; San Diego, CA
   
  “Librarians Online! Screen-sharing with Google+ Hangouts and Join.me.” Library 2.012 Worldwide Virtual Conference, October 3-5, 2012, w/C. Johnson
   
  Invited Speaker (September 2012), “Tech Trends on the Horizon for Libraries.” Southern California Innovative Users Group (SCIUG) Annual Conference - Loyola Marymount University, October 10, 2012, w/J. Schneidewind
   
  Kane, D. & Schneidewind, J. (2011). QR Codes as Finding Aides: Linking Electronic and Print Library Resources. Public Services Quarterly, 7(3/4), 111-124
   
  “In the Stacks with QR Codes.” American Library Association Midwinter Conference – San Diego, CA, January 7-11. 2011•
   
  “QR codes in action: Mobilizing the Stacks.” Internet Librarian 2011- Monterey, CA, October 17-19, 2011.
   
  Kane, D., Allison, V., Gelfand, J., Williams, B. (2010). Proceedings from the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) ’10: Digital Environments and Libraries: Using Second Life as a Catalyst for Campus Wide Visual Literacy Initiatives.
   
  Kane, D. (2010). “Beyond Creation: Managing and Maintaining a Virtual Presence.” Poster session presented at: The Future is Now: Libraries and Museums in Virtual Worlds: March 5 and 6, 2010; Second Life.
   
  Jacobson, J.J., Kane, D. A., Runquist K., Hamilton, J., and Clark, S. (2009). Proceedings from Internet Librarian ’09: Fictioneurs, Versifiers, Thinkers & Tinkerers: Managing virtual collections across platforms in the Web 2.0 era. Medford, N.J.: Information Today.
   
  “Fictioneurs, Versifiers, Thinkers & Tinkerers: Managing virtual collections across platforms in the Web 2.0 era.” Internet Librarian 2010 – Monterey, CA, October 26 – 28, 2009, w/ JJ Jacobson and J. Hamilton.
   
  Invited Speaker, “Military Libraries Can 2.0 Too!” 52nd Annual MLW Conference - Monterey, CA, December 10, 2008, w/ S. Perry, K. Lyons, K. Scott, & A. Hubble
   
  Invited Speaker, “Exploring Second Life: in the library and the classroom.” MOBAC Future Technologies Workshop – Capitola, CA, May 2, 2008, w/ S. Rotenberg

Slideshare Title: MOBAC Future Technologies Workshop – Introduction: (http://tiny.cc/09BuI)

Slideshare Title: MOBAC Future Technologies Workshop – Libraries: (http://tiny.cc/szwdj)
   
  Caldwell, C., Hubble, A., Kane, D. (2008). “Virtual Plans, Real Projects: Second Life® Helps the UCSC S&E Library Plan Its Future.” Poster session presented at: SLA 2008: Special Libraries Association, Chemistry Division; June 15 – 18; Seattle, WA.
   
  “Second Life: Education in a Virtual World.” Academic Library 2.0 held by LAUC-B - Berkley, CA, November 2, 2007, w/ B. D. Swanson (UCD)

Slideshare Title: Second Life: Education in a Virtual World (slidecast) (Made Slidecast of the day): http://tiny.cc/8L76r
   
  Kane, D., Soehner, C., & Wei, W. (2006). Building a Special Collection of Video Games at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Science & Technology Libraries, 27(4), 77-87.
   
Other Experience Electrical Engineering & Chemistry Librarian
Univeristy of California, Santa Cruz 2005—2009

   
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Last updated 09/15/2014