Ariel Turner is a Cataloging Librarian/Assistant Professor of Library Science for
the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University. In addition to her work with
adding materials to the collection and maintaining the accuracy of the library's
catalog, Ariel offers research assistance to the Kennesaw State University community. 

Prior to earning her MLIS from Valdosta State University, Ariel worked for the Cobb
County Public Library System as an Information Assistant for three years. She also has
experience in museum management, and earned her BA in Art History and International
Studies. 

Unpublished Papers

iLibraries: Maintaining Relevancy in a Mobile World (2013)

Though the wealth of opportunities mobile technologies provide to libraries is widely acknowledged, some libraries...

 
Implementation Decisions for Social Tagging in Library Catalogs (2012)

As social tagging becomes more prominent, there is a greater push toward incorporating user-supplied data...

 

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German Expressionist Film — A Thesaurus (2011)

There is no existing thesaurus on the subject of German Expressionist film. This would be...

 

Presentations

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5 New Librarians + 4 New Parapro + 1 New Brainstorming Tool = 6 Thinking Hats and Tutus in the Library (with Linda M. Golian-Lui, Jennifer Sutcliffe, Hyun Chu Kim, Alan Lebish, Eli Arnold, and Sandra Barclay), COMO 2013 (2013)

No abstract is currently available.

 

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Six Thinking Hats in the Library (with Sandra Barclay and Linda M. Golian-Lui), American Library Association Conference (2013)

No abstract is currently available.

 

Other

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Art & Design Libguide (2014)

A research guide for Art & Design.

 

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Foreign Languages Libguide (2014)

A research guide for Foreign Languages, focusing on French, German, Spanish and Italian.

 

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International Affairs Libguide (2014)

A research guide for International Affairs.