University Libraries faculty and some staff members participate actively in scholarly discourse within the library and information science discipline, as well as in various specialty areas such as history and art.

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Submissions from 2013

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Developing a Premodern Manuscript Application Profile Using Dublin Core, Sheila A. Bair and Susan M.B. Steuer

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Is It Really Time to Replace Your ILS With a Next-Generation Option?, Keith Kelley, Carrie C. Leatherman, and Geraldine Rinna

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Opening Pandoraʼs Stream: Piping Music into the Information Literacy Classroom, Kathleen Langan and Dianna E. Sachs

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Inspiring Results: Designing Innovative Instruction using Faculty Feedback on Technology Use and Attitudes toward Library Research Instruction, Maria A. Perez-Stable, Dianna E. Sachs, and Patricia F. Vander Meer

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Online Information Literacy Tutorials for Millennial Undergraduates, Dianna E. Sachs, Kathleen Langan, Carrie C. Leatherman, and Jennifer L. Walters

Submissions from 2011

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Taming Lightning in More Than One Bottle: Implementing a Local Next-Generation Catalog Versus a Hosted Web-Scale Discovery Service, Sheila A. Bair, George Boston, and Scott Garrison

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An Android/LAMP Mobile In/Out Board Based on Wi-Fi Fingerprinting, Keith Kelley, Karlis Kaugars, and Scott Garrison

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Striking a Balance: Effective Use of Facebook in an Academic Library, Dianna Sachs, Edward J. Eckel, and Kathleen Langan

Submissions from 2004

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A Poet in Your Pocket: Contemporary Poetry for Middle School Students, Maria A. Perez-Stable and Mary H. Cordier