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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.


The Santa Barbara Public Library: History And Thematic Identifications, Michele Gibney May 2007

The Santa Barbara Public Library: History And Thematic Identifications, Michele Gibney

Michele Gibney

The paper describes the history of the public library in Santa Barbara from 1870 to 1926 while taking into account two of the thematic underpinnings of the American library tradition: women in the profession and the importance of books and libraries in the community. It is divided into three sections including, the importance of books and libraries, women librarianship, and the history of the Santa Barbara Public Library. The library’s ideology and history espouses the themes inherent in American library history. At the same time, some of the qualities of Santa Barbara’s library contradict prevalent ideas of the ...


Unlocking The Stories Of Serendipitous Cultural Object Collections With Digital Libraries, Claudia Dold, James Ascher Mar 2007

Unlocking The Stories Of Serendipitous Cultural Object Collections With Digital Libraries, Claudia Dold, James Ascher

Claudia J. Dold

As a library exercise, we created an online visual database, using objects from the Karam Lebanon Collection at USF-Tampa Special Collections.