Importance Of School Library Programs, 2014 Seattle Pacific University
Importance Of School Library Programs, Cynthia Strong
Within the discipline of library science, over 20 research studies have been done in the United States attesting to how high-quality school library programs contribute to improved academic achievement. On the other hand, in the fields of education, school counseling, administration, and school leadership, and so on, there is a dearth of scholarship and recognition of the positive impact librarians and library media program have on student success. This conceptual paper first presents an overview of the empirical research on school library programs and the positive impact they have on the academic achievement of students in the United States. Second ...
Project Management Open Access Presentation, 2014 Claremont Colleges
Project Management Open Access Presentation, Bruce Y. Yan
Interface Compendium of Student Work
This keynote presentation was created to illustrate the benefits of sharing your work to the open access community. It also contains information on showing how a user may copyright their work and provide attribution to other authors whose work they are borrowing from. Additionally, it contains notable works done by individuals around the world using open information and data accessible to the open access community.
What Freedom Means To Me: Library Sponsored Student Video Competition, 2014 Marquette University
What Freedom Means To Me: Library Sponsored Student Video Competition, Eric A. Kowalik, Rose Trupiano
Eric A. Kowalik
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Civil War, Marquette University planned a series of events highlighting the history and importance of freedom.
In order to participate in the campus-wide “Freedom Project” program and to promote the Libraries’ digital media equipment and services, Raynor Memorial Libraries created a student video contest, “What Freedom Means to Me” inviting undergraduate and graduate students to participate by providing recorded video reflections regarding freedom.
This poster session describes the process of planning and executing the contest – creation and revision of competition objectives, guidelines and forms; promotion, procurement of funds and prizes, judging ...
H13-1851. Van Lente, Janice. Papers, 1854-1966. 0.50 Linear Ft., 2014 Hope College
H13-1851. Van Lente, Janice. Papers, 1854-1966. 0.50 Linear Ft., Hope College
Collection Registers and Abstracts
The majority of this collection surrounds the John H. Kleinheksel and Anna Sophia Van Raalte family. Anna Sophia was the youngest daughter of Holland founder, Rev. Albertus Christiaan Van Raalte. She married John H. Kleinheksel from Fillmore Township. He was the head of the mathematics department and a professor at Hope College, along with being vice president of Hope College until his death in 1916. John was director of the Peoples State Bank and Sunday school superintendent of Hope Church. Also included in the collection is correspondence of Gerrit J Diekema and John B. Nykerk, both renowned in the Hope ...
H05-1581. Zuidema, George D. (1928- ). Papers, 1897-2009 (Bulk 1948-2009). 7.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College
Collection Registers and Abstracts
George Dale Zuidema, son of Jacob and Reka Zuidema, was born in Holland, Michigan in 1928. In 1953, he married Joan Houtman and together they had four children—Karen, David, Nancy and Sarah. Zuidema was a graduate of Holland High School in 1946, Hope College in 1949, and Johns Hopkins University in 1953. He served in the United States Air Force Medical Corps and completed his surgical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital. Zuidema was named chief resident surgeon from 1958-1960. Throughout his career, he was chief of surgery at Johns Hopkins University, assistant professor of surgery at University of Michigan ...
Digtization At Western, 2014 SelectedWorks
Digtization At Western, Nicholas Rapp
This presentation is an examination of the challenges and considerations that surround digitization at Western Libraries. Some of the highlighted areas include hosting and displaying materials, institutional repository software, storage, metadata, infrastructure and copyright.
Librarian, Heal Thyself: A Scholarly Communication Analysis Of Lis Journals, 2014 The Florida State University
Librarian, Heal Thyself: A Scholarly Communication Analysis Of Lis Journals, Chealsye Bowley, Micah Vandegrift
Library Faculty Publications
This article presents an analysis of 111 journals in Library and Information Science based on measurements of "openness" including copyright policies, open access self-archiving policies and open access publishing options. We propose a new metric to rank journals: the H.O.i.i. Factor (How Open Is It). Finally, the article calls for librarians and researchers in LIS to examine our scholarly literature and hold it to the principles and standards that we are asking of other disciplines.
Data are accessible at http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.994258
Information Literacy In The New Core Curriculum, 2014 Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School
Information Literacy In The New Core Curriculum, Elisa Slater Acosta
Elisa Slater Acosta
Faculty and librarians at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) are partnering to embed important information literacy skills into the new core curriculum. Beginning fall 2013, every freshman at LMU will spend some mandatory time in their Freshman Seminar course developing basic information literacy skills. The same skills will be reinforced and enhanced in their Rhetorical Arts course the following semester. This will provide the foundation for students to later develop more advanced information literacy skills during a required course that has been “flagged” for information literacy at the upper level. This tiered and systematic approach will allow for a more consistent ...
Entire Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Entire Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, Stacy Creel, Teresa S. Welsh
Entire issue of SLIS Connecting, Volume 3, Issue 1
A Comparative Analysis Of The Religious Non-Fiction Collections Of A Public Library And A Christian Church Library, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
A Comparative Analysis Of The Religious Non-Fiction Collections Of A Public Library And A Christian Church Library, Tanya C. Bolton
The purpose of this study is to compare the religious non-fiction collection of a public library (Natchitoches Parish Library) with the religious non-fiction collection of a Christian church library (First Baptist Church, Natchitoches) focusing on those books classified in the 200s of the Dewey Decimal Classification system. The two libraries that are the focus of this study are located directly across the street from each other. By uncovering strengths and weaknesses of each collection and pinpointing areas of overlap, the staff of the two libraries may be able to use the findings to identify ways in which they may be ...
Map And Geographical Imagery In Editorial Cartoons By Eldon Pletcher: Archival Research Paper, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Map And Geographical Imagery In Editorial Cartoons By Eldon Pletcher: Archival Research Paper, Linda Ginn
The purpose of this study was to identify how often map and geographical imagery was part of Eldon Pletcher’s cartoon, the type of map imagery, geographic locations represented, the scale of the imagery, types of geographical landforms, manmade structures indicating place, and whether the imagery was merely locational or important to an understanding of the cartoon’s message.
A Sleuth Of Our Own: A Historical View Of Nancy Drew, Girl Detective, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
A Sleuth Of Our Own: A Historical View Of Nancy Drew, Girl Detective, Jeannie A. Ferriss
Nancy Drew was and is the ideal young woman; smart, independent, fearless, thin, wealthy, athletic and invincible. She would be a new kind of female character-independent, exciting, and in charge of her own destiny. Nancy Drew acted on her own and survived to tell about it. She changed forever the way girls looked at themselves and their abilities. No longer would female characters have to sit on the sidelines and wait for the man to rescue them, Nancy rescued herself. This study looks at the evolution of Nancy Drew and the people who created her from 1930 to the present ...
Getting Young Adults To Stop & Participate @ Your Library, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Getting Young Adults To Stop & Participate @ Your Library, Antoinette Giamalva
Young adults can be one of the hardest demographics to get to participate in library programs in substantial numbers. Young adults, or teenagers in the 7-12 grades, tend to have busy schedules and may not have time to come to long, drawn out programs. However, just because young adults do not seem to have time to attend extensive programs does not mean they do not have time for the library. Passive programming or independent programming can draw young adults into the library and get them active in the young adult section.
Family Place Libraries: Recognizing Best Practices In Child Development, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Family Place Libraries: Recognizing Best Practices In Child Development, Lindsey Miller
The Family Place Libraries™ Initiative was created to meet a need for library programming that catered to the educational needs of parents and the developmental needs of very young children. Established in 1996, the initiative has worked to create a network of libraries nationwide that actively works toward meeting the needs of modern families. Core components were created as a foundation for all programming and training of other libraries, which began in 1999.
From The Gas, Congratulations, Publications, And Presentations, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
From The Gas, Congratulations, Publications, And Presentations, Teresa S. Welsh
Read a highlight from one of the GAs, and all about what our alum, students, and faculty have been doing
Student Associations And Upcoming Events, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Student Associations And Upcoming Events, Teresa S. Welsh
Presents updates and news from the Library and Information Science Student Association (LISSA) and the Southern Miss Student Archivists Association (Southern Miss SAA) along with upcoming events of interest.
Spotlights: Faculty, Alum, And Course, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Spotlights: Faculty, Alum, And Course, Stacy Creel
Meet Dr. Elizabeth Haynes, Director of The School of Library and Information Science, and SLIS alum, Stephen Cunetto, who is the Administrator of Systems at Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries. Discover how you can become an expert in genealogy by taking LIS 692 Independent Study: Genealogy Research with Dr. Teresa S. Welsh.
Slis Update, 2014 The University of Southern Mississippi
Slis Update, Elizabeth Haynes
Updates and welcome from the Director of the School of Library and Information Science, Dr. Elizabeth Haynes.
Back Matter, 2014 Kennesaw State University
Back Matter, Brian Wilson
Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists
No abstract provided.
Reviews, 2014 Kennesaw State University
Reviews, Luke Meagher, Ryan Speer, Carol Waggoner-Angleton
Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists
No abstract provided.