Robert Holley Papers, 2016 Ouachita Baptist University
Robert Holley Papers, Archivists
Robert Holley served twenty-nine years with the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, retiring in 1997 as director of the Discipleship and Family Ministry Department. He is a graduate of Howard College (now Samford University) and The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Holley served as minister of education at First Baptist Church McGehee, First Baptist Church Conway, First Baptist Church West Memphis, and Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, before joining the ABSC in 1968. He also wrote training material focused on equipping church leaders, and taught for Boyce Bible School and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Holley currently resides in Arkadelphia with his ...
Arkadelphia City Government Records, 2016 Ouachita Baptist University
Arkadelphia City Government Records, Archivists
The City of Arkadelphia is located in Clark County, Arkansas, and is the county's largest town. Originally known as Blakelytown (named for pioneer settler Adam Blakely), Arkadelphia became the Clark County seat in 1842. Since that time, the town has been the political, economic, and cultural center of Clark County.
This collection contains City Council minutes, City ordinances, and correspondence of the City Manager.
What Is Possible: Setting The Stage For Co-Exploration In Archives And Special Collections, 2016 Syracuse University
What Is Possible: Setting The Stage For Co-Exploration In Archives And Special Collections, Patrick Williams
Libraries' and Librarians' Publications
Chapter Tweleve in Pagowsky, N. & McElroy, K. (2016) Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, Volume 1: Essays and Workbook Activities. ACRL Press.
Yo Soy Colorado: Three Collaborative Hispanic Cultural Heritage Initiatives, 2016 Colorado State University-Pueblo
Yo Soy Colorado: Three Collaborative Hispanic Cultural Heritage Initiatives, Beverly B. Allen, Dana Echohawk, Rhonda Gonzales, Fawn-Amber Montoya, Mary M. Somerville
Collaborative activities that reflect ‘ethnicity as provenance’ benefit from collaborative, interdependent relationships among archives, classroom, and community. Examples from Center for Colorado & the West at Auraria Library (University of Colorado Denver) and the Southern Colorado Ethnic Heritage and Diversity Archives and the Voices of Protest Oral History Project (Colorado State University-Pueblo) illustrate collection development practices that advance joint ownership of archival materials by the archives and the originating cultural population. Concluding reflections offer transferable principles for working collaboratively with cultural communities on creation, identification, interpretation, and preservation of photographs, videos, documents, oral histories and ephemeral material reflective of culture, achievements ...
Slis Connecting, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Slis Connecting, Volume 5, Issue 1, Stacy Creel, Teresa S. Welsh Ph.D., Mlis
No abstract provided.
Reluctant Readers: An Analysis Of Educational And Lis Literature From 1993-2013, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Reluctant Readers: An Analysis Of Educational And Lis Literature From 1993-2013, Kelli Bennett
The purpose of this study was to examine the scholarly educational and library and information science (LIS) literature related to reluctant readers. It sought to determine the publication trend over time, core journals, and the age group that was the focus of the articles. The study included other demographic characteristics such as gender or ethnicity and resources or strategies to engage reluctant readers.
Assessing The High School Graphic Novel Collections In Northeast Mississippi High Schools: A Collection Analysis, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Assessing The High School Graphic Novel Collections In Northeast Mississippi High Schools: A Collection Analysis, Nicole Minor
This study examines graphic novels collections with genres and themes that may be appealing to both males and females in six Northeastern Mississippi high schools as well as how many (and what percentage) of these items are on YALSA’s “Great Graphic Novels for Teens” lists from 2010 through 2015 in both nonfiction and fiction.
Reading Materials And Reading Trends Of Youth Incarcerated In Mississippi’S State-Run Training School, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Reading Materials And Reading Trends Of Youth Incarcerated In Mississippi’S State-Run Training School, Rodney M. Ashmore
While MS Code 43-21-321(5)(i) requires juvenile detention centers to make reading materials available to delinquents, it fails to define specifics about the types of reading materials to which youth are to have access. Likewise, while the Robertson and Dunaway (2006) report identified facilities that provided materials and levels of access, it fell short of providing specific information on the reading materials available in the juvenile detention centers because it was not within the scope of the report. Thus, there is no clear picture of what materials delinquents have access to or read when they are placed in a ...
Teen Tested: The State Of Ya Services In America's Public Libraries, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Teen Tested: The State Of Ya Services In America's Public Libraries, James Pinkard
The field of young adult services has been the recipient of much attention in library literature. However, current research on the status of young adult services is lacking, as noted by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA, 2011, Priority Area 1, para. 1). This research focuses on staffing, programming and collection development practices for young adults in selected U.S. public libraries. It will also seek to reveal whether a correlation exists between the presence of a young adult librarian and the state of a library's young adult services, as well as whether a correlation exists between the ...
Young Adult Literature: The State Of A Restless Art, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Young Adult Literature: The State Of A Restless Art, Michael Cart
Speech on young adult literature by Michael Cart for the Ezra Jack Keats Lecture at the 2016 Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival (unedited).
In The Trenches: A Comparison Of Public Children’S Librarianship And School Librarianship, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
In The Trenches: A Comparison Of Public Children’S Librarianship And School Librarianship, Lindsey Miller Beck
Public children’s librarianship and school librarianship share some sweet similarities. You’ll receive many hugs, have an incredible impact on the growing literacy development of small minds, and have as many books as you can read… children’s books are the best books, of course! Some of the main differences come into play when considering required education and subsequent pay, the structure of programming and scheduling, and the responsibilities and additional duties of both.
Graphic Novels, Comics, Manga, & Anime, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Graphic Novels, Comics, Manga, & Anime, Stacy Creel
Student reviews of graphic novels, comics, manga, or anime were produced in LIS 670, an introduction to history and development of graphic novels, manga, comic books, and anime, and their role in libraries and information settings. Students modeled their reviews after VOYA’s Graphically Speaking by Kat Kan.
Student Associations News And Events, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Student Associations News And Events, Teresa S. Welsh Ph.D., Mlis
Learn about news from the Library and Information Science Student Association (LISSA) and the Southern Miss Student Archivists (SMSA) along with recent events of interest.
From The Gas, Congratulations, Publications, Presentations, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
From The Gas, Congratulations, Publications, Presentations, Teresa S. Welsh Ph.D., Mlis
SLIS GAs, students, alums, and faculty congratulations, publications, presentations.
Spotlights: Faculty, Alum, And Courses, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Spotlights: Faculty, Alum, And Courses, Stacy Creel
Meet SLIS Associate Professor Dr. Stacy Creel and SLIS alum Ash Parsons, award-winning author of young adult books. Learn about the Graduate Certificate in Youth Services and Literature and two selected courses, LIS 591: Library Instruction and LIS 634: History of Children's Literature.
Slis Director's Update, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Slis Director's Update, Teresa S. Welsh Ph.D., Mlis
Director's update on the Southern Miss School of Library and Information Science.
Collaboration For A 21st Century Archives: Connecting University Archives With The Library’S Information Technology Professionals, 2016 University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Collaboration For A 21st Century Archives: Connecting University Archives With The Library’S Information Technology Professionals, Erin Lawrimore
As communication technologies change, so do the records being produced and acquired by the archival repositories tasked with documenting society. This article, written from the perspective of a University Archivist, discusses the need for collaboration between archivists and information technology professionals in a university library in order to manage the university’s born-digital archival records. Using specific examples of collaborative projects of University Archives and the Electronic Resources and Information Technology (ERIT) department in the University Libraries of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the article makes specific recommendations for overcoming challenges related to professional jargon and work practices ...
Library Testimonial: Mary Kuttler, 2016 University of Dayton
Library Testimonial: Mary Kuttler, Maureen E. Schlangen
Maureen E. Schlangen
Graduate Mary Kuttler '15 shares the value of her library skills in her career.
Giving Access Through Collaboration: Uconn Library & Crl's Collaborations Through Icon, Lamp & Larrp, 2016 University of Connecticut - Storrs
Giving Access Through Collaboration: Uconn Library & Crl's Collaborations Through Icon, Lamp & Larrp, Marisol Ramos
UConn Library Presentations
Presentation that outline several projects (microfilming and digitization) done between the UConn Library and the Center of Research Libraries (CRL) and their impact on providing access to Latin American cultural heritage primary sources located at the UConn Library's Archives and Special Collections Department.
Review Of Start A Revolution: Stop Acting Like A Library, 2016 South Arkansas Community College
Review Of Start A Revolution: Stop Acting Like A Library, Philip Shackelford
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
Start a Revolution: Stop Acting Like a Library is a convenient and thought-provoking manual for libraries and other cultural institutions interested in enhancing their community presence and marketing efforts. Technology Director Ben Bizzle offers insights gained from experience, marketing results, and other individuals who contribute appendices on related topics.