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My Teaching Philosophy, Marilyn R. Pukkila Dec 2009

My Teaching Philosophy, Marilyn R. Pukkila

Faculty Scholarship

This is my philosophy of teaching and learning, as developed during the ACRL Immersion Intentional Teacher Track in Nashville, TN in December of 2009


Tco And Roi: Assessing And Evaluating An Institutional Repository, Pamela Bluh Jul 2009

Tco And Roi: Assessing And Evaluating An Institutional Repository, Pamela Bluh

Faculty Scholarship

This presentation was given at the American Association of Law Libraries meeting, July 27, 2009 in Washington, DC. The powerpoint contains two video snippets. In order for the snippets to play users should download the presentation as well as the two supplemental files to the desktop.


Permanent Electronic Access To Government Information: A Study Of Federal, State, And Local Documents., Claudene Sproles, Angel Clemons Jul 2009

Permanent Electronic Access To Government Information: A Study Of Federal, State, And Local Documents., Claudene Sproles, Angel Clemons

Faculty Scholarship

Even before the conception of electronic-only documents, providing permanent public access to government information was challenging. Since 1813, federal depository libraries have acquired and maintained tangible items to ensure continued access for the public. Fugitive documents, or government-produced information which escapes distribution through the Federal Depository Library System (FDLP), have always been a major concern. In our current environment, where the vast majority of government information is distributed electronic-only, this problem has only worsened. That, coupled with the ability to completely destroy electronic documents with the click of a mouse, has made the task of finding and ensuring permanent public …


Bibliography/Webliography For Visual Literacy : Visual Imagery, Databases, And A Contextual Approach To Understanding Images, Margaret D. Ericson Apr 2009

Bibliography/Webliography For Visual Literacy : Visual Imagery, Databases, And A Contextual Approach To Understanding Images, Margaret D. Ericson

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Visual Literacy : Visual Imagery, Databases, And A Contextual Approach To Understanding Images, Margaret D. Ericson Apr 2009

Visual Literacy : Visual Imagery, Databases, And A Contextual Approach To Understanding Images, Margaret D. Ericson

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


In Search Of The Information Commons Model In Arts Libraries: Bibliography, Margaret D. Ericson Mar 2009

In Search Of The Information Commons Model In Arts Libraries: Bibliography, Margaret D. Ericson

Faculty Scholarship

Recommended resources for the study of the information commons model in art and music libraries.


In Search Of The Information Commons Model In Arts Libraries: A Library Travelogue And Discussion, Margaret D. Ericson, Janette Blackburn Mar 2009

In Search Of The Information Commons Model In Arts Libraries: A Library Travelogue And Discussion, Margaret D. Ericson, Janette Blackburn

Faculty Scholarship

This presentation offers a new model for art and music libraries spaces using the precepts of the information commons.


"This Page Intentionally Blank:" Writing The Next Chapter In The Future Of The Federal Depository Library Program, Bill Sleeman Jan 2009

"This Page Intentionally Blank:" Writing The Next Chapter In The Future Of The Federal Depository Library Program, Bill Sleeman

Faculty Scholarship

This paper reviews the history of the FDLP and offers suggestions on how best to position the program and prepare librarians for the future of government information.


Making The Leap To Management: Tips For The Aspiring And New Manager, Femi Cadmus Jan 2009

Making The Leap To Management: Tips For The Aspiring And New Manager, Femi Cadmus

Faculty Scholarship

As the result of innate ability, a fortunate few are able to effortlessly transition from line positions. However, most of us need to plot the path to management astutely and with deliberation. Library professionals might also become "accidental" managers, finding themselves thrust into an unplanned and perhaps unwanted managerial position for which they were not prepared. This is particularly true in the current climate of constrained budgets characterized by restructuring, job freezes, and layoffs.


The Law Librarian’S Tool For Fair Compensation In The Best - And Worst - Of Times, Femi Cadmus, Loretta Orndoff Jan 2009

The Law Librarian’S Tool For Fair Compensation In The Best - And Worst - Of Times, Femi Cadmus, Loretta Orndoff

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Business Liaison Collaboration: A Case Study, Angel Clemons, Fannie Cox, Glenda Neely, Mark Paul Jan 2009

Business Liaison Collaboration: A Case Study, Angel Clemons, Fannie Cox, Glenda Neely, Mark Paul

Faculty Scholarship

The academic library has always been known as a place to go for a book, journal article, or item on reserve. During the past decade the format of these sources has changed from primarily print resources to a mix of print and electronic. Traditional resources and services have expanded to become electronically available from one’s desktop. Accessing online scholarly materials is challenging for both the librarian and faculty member. But while the tools of scholarly research have changed, the need for library instruction remains: “Since most faculty find it difficult to keep up with the rapid growth in electronic information …


Book Review : Here Comes Everybody : The Power Of Organizing Without Organizations., Anna Marie Johnson Jan 2009

Book Review : Here Comes Everybody : The Power Of Organizing Without Organizations., Anna Marie Johnson

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.