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Future Considerations The RMU library is making an effort to keep things going in terms of the future in several different ways. For example, the RMU library is making clear attempts to adapt to changing technology. Specifically, the faculty of the library just recently announced on their web page that they would be offering a new media service to help transfer VHS to DVD, SB Cards to USB or CD/DVD, USB to CD/DVD, as well as cleaning and repairing scratched discs.
Another way they are making strides towards the future is by trialing various newer and bigger online databases. The trial is run by making the new potential database available to students and faculty on the RMU library website along with another link where users can provide feedback letting them know how they feel about the database. Their most recent trial involved a database called “AtoZ Databases”. This data resource provides basic profile and directory information for over 30 million U.S. Businesses. However, it is very similar in content to the ReferenceUSA database which is what they currently have available.
With students, along with most of the population, growing more and more computer and internet savvy, the RMU library has shown readiness to adapt to the future through implementation of a new “Library Chat” feature on their website. On July 9th 2013, the library announced to the RMU community that they’d installed a new chat client on the RMU Library site that was soon to be seen within many other library web pages, databases, etc. The way it works is if you see the note “available” above a chat window when clicking on the library’s site, you are able to click on it and type in a reference question or other type of library question and you will instantly be connected to an RMU librarian who is able to use their expertise to offer the help that you’ve requested.
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