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After The Interview, Jenna E. Nolt Jul 2017

After The Interview, Jenna E. Nolt

Jenna Nolt

No abstract provided.


Collection Highlights-Ajl.Pptx, Geraldine Dickel Jun 2017

Collection Highlights-Ajl.Pptx, Geraldine Dickel

Jerry Anne Dickel

The American Jewish Immigration Collection is an archival collection of over 300 items, mostly correspondence, with reports of various kinds, some pamphlets, articles or essays, mainly from the archives of Louis Levy and Joseph Erhlich. Louis Levy and Joseph Erhlich were very active in organizations established to assist Jewish immigrants. The bulk of the collection dates from 1888-1918, which were peak years of Russian Jewish immigration. Much of the collection relates to the work of, or supported by, the Baron de Hirsch fund. This collection sheds light on the lives of Russian Jewish immigrants, and the efforts made by various ...


A Tale Of Two Chemists: Academic Journals And The Technology Of Science Communication, Shawn Martin May 2017

A Tale Of Two Chemists: Academic Journals And The Technology Of Science Communication, Shawn Martin

Shawn Martin

No abstract provided.


Science Serving Industry: Documentary Authority And Industrial Influence In 19th Century American Chemistry, Shawn Martin Dec 2016

Science Serving Industry: Documentary Authority And Industrial Influence In 19th Century American Chemistry, Shawn Martin

Shawn Martin

No abstract provided.


Digital Libraries, Digital History, And The Use Of Omeka, Shawn Martin Dec 2016

Digital Libraries, Digital History, And The Use Of Omeka, Shawn Martin

Shawn Martin

A module focusing on using Omeka as way to build digital libraries, particularly focusing on a digital history project, Leadership at Indiana University: Andrew and Theophilus Wylie, 1820 - 1890.


Scholarly Communication Institutions: Transforming Scholarship With History, Shawn Martin Oct 2015

Scholarly Communication Institutions: Transforming Scholarship With History, Shawn Martin

Shawn Martin

The current scholarly communication system has developed over centuries; yet, more recently it has been breaking down.  Different disciplines have diagnosed this as an economic breakdown between libraries and publishers, a social failure among academics, and as a technological disruption.  Of course, all of these answers are true to some degree.  By combining approaches from information science and history, it may be possible to understand scholarly communication system more clearly.  Historians such as Steven Shapin in A Social History of Truth (1994) have suggested that academic dialogue rests on “trust.”  As the number of people participating became larger, that trust ...


It's All About Connections:Utilizing Webinars And Online Learning To Enhance Education, Diane Fulkerson Dec 2014

It's All About Connections:Utilizing Webinars And Online Learning To Enhance Education, Diane Fulkerson

Diane Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


Multiliteracy Is The New Information Literacy, Diane Fulkerson Dec 2014

Multiliteracy Is The New Information Literacy, Diane Fulkerson

Diane Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


Pioneers In Your Attic: Uvu's Sutherland Archives' Experience-Updated., Catherine Mcintyre Aug 2014

Pioneers In Your Attic: Uvu's Sutherland Archives' Experience-Updated., Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

Utah Valley University's George Sutherland Archives participated in a state-wide digitization project called Pioneers In Your Attic: Preserving the Legacy of the Overland Migration. Developed by Scott Eldredge of Brigham Young University, several university digitization centers, or hubs, collaborated with regional public libraries, museums, and historical societies to host "scanning events," inviting members of the public to bring unique, historic family photographs and documents, such as diaries, journals, letters, and business papers, to be scanned for free, and added to an openly accessible online digital collection called Pioneers In Your Attic. This presentation focuses on the overall experiences of ...


It's All About Connections:Utilizing Webinars And Online Learning To Enhance Education, Diane M. Fulkerson Oct 2012

It's All About Connections:Utilizing Webinars And Online Learning To Enhance Education, Diane M. Fulkerson

Diane M. Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Information Literacy In Service Learning Courses: A Case Study And Best Practices, Christopher A. Sweet May 2012

The Role Of Information Literacy In Service Learning Courses: A Case Study And Best Practices, Christopher A. Sweet

Christopher A. Sweet

Service Learning is a quickly growing movement within higher education that empowers students to utilize classroom knowledge to solve a problem or effect a change within their local community. Information Literacy is critical for getting students to understand the “why” and “how” that should ground all service learning projects.

This presentation will begin with an overview of the service learning movement. Next, I will present a case study of my experiences as an embedded librarian in an Environmental Studies Senior Seminar. The presentation will conclude with a summary of emerging best practices for incorporating information literacy into service learning courses.


Engaging Students In Information Literacy: The First Year And Beyond, Diane M. Fulkerson Mar 2012

Engaging Students In Information Literacy: The First Year And Beyond, Diane M. Fulkerson

Diane Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


Past And Present Contributions Of Idaho Women: Advancing Northwest Women’S History And The Crafting Of Idaho Women’S History Day, Erin Passehl, Stephanie Milne, Ashley Chapman Nov 2010

Past And Present Contributions Of Idaho Women: Advancing Northwest Women’S History And The Crafting Of Idaho Women’S History Day, Erin Passehl, Stephanie Milne, Ashley Chapman

Erin Passehl Stoddart

Students in the Boise State University course, “History of Women in Idaho,” helped develop Idaho Women’s History Day with research papers and poster exhibits at the Idaho State Capitol. These papers represent three perspectives on that project and highlight research on three individual women in Idaho history: Espe Alegria, May Arkwright Hutton, and Agnes Just Reid.


A Retrospective Look At The Future Of Libraries, Kim Read, Jim Holmes Oct 2010

A Retrospective Look At The Future Of Libraries, Kim Read, Jim Holmes

Kim Read

No abstract provided.


Gems From Iwu’S History, Meg Miner Oct 2010

Gems From Iwu’S History, Meg Miner

Meg Miner

This presentation was made at the request of the Alumni Office, Illinois Wesleyan University.


Scholars' Open Archive, Catherine Mcintyre May 2010

Scholars' Open Archive, Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

No abstract provided.


Rounding Up Unique Collections With The Mountain West Digital Library, Catherine Mcintyre Apr 2010

Rounding Up Unique Collections With The Mountain West Digital Library, Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

No abstract provided.


Mail Order Archives: Starting The Archives At Utah Valley University, Catherine Mcintyre Nov 2009

Mail Order Archives: Starting The Archives At Utah Valley University, Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

This humorous presentation traces the history of Utah Valley University from a vocational school to a university, and tells how the school's first centralized archives was started by an inexperienced librarian who learned a lot about archives from the mail-order catalogs from which she ordered materials.


First Year Students Uwg 1101 And Ingram Library: Introducing First Years Students To Library Resources Through Google Books And Scholar, Diane Fulkerson Aug 2009

First Year Students Uwg 1101 And Ingram Library: Introducing First Years Students To Library Resources Through Google Books And Scholar, Diane Fulkerson

Diane M. Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


First Year Students Uwg 1101 And Ingram Library: Introducing First Years Students To Library Resources Through Google Books And Scholar, Diane M. Fulkerson Aug 2009

First Year Students Uwg 1101 And Ingram Library: Introducing First Years Students To Library Resources Through Google Books And Scholar, Diane M. Fulkerson

Diane Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


Turning Up The Volume On Digital Collections, Catherine Mcintyre Apr 2009

Turning Up The Volume On Digital Collections, Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

No abstract provided.


The Challenges And Advantages Of Teaching Information Literacy Online, Diane Fulkerson Sep 2007

The Challenges And Advantages Of Teaching Information Literacy Online, Diane Fulkerson

Diane M. Fulkerson

No abstract provided.


The Challenges And Advantages Of Teaching Information Literacy Online, Diane M. Fulkerson Sep 2007

The Challenges And Advantages Of Teaching Information Literacy Online, Diane M. Fulkerson

Diane Fulkerson

No abstract provided.