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Finding and Using Open Educational Resources in k-12
Presentation from the Librarian to Librarian Networking Summit
Is the term ‘serials’ relevant any longer? Some thoughts on the matter…
The authors solicited opinions from eight thought leaders in publishing and librarianship asking them to reflect on the term “serials.” Is this word losing its relevance? The discussion centers around several common themes. ...
Student Use of Library-Provided Materials in EdD Dissertations
One of the tools collection managers can use to guide the selection and retention of books and journals is citation analysis. Although time-consuming to collect and analyze, citations by library ...
From “The Lost Colony” to “Unto These Hills”: Outdoor Theatre in North Carolina
Summertime is high season for outdoor dramas, and North Carolina has a rich history of them. Many NC natives have at-tended a production of “The Lost Colony” in Manteo or “Unto These Hills” in ...
Curriculum Mapping Checklist
From Dawn to Desk: Finding the Sparkle in Everyday Reference Practice
Poster Presentation at NCLA oct 2019
Data, Video, Coding, Making: Libraries are Spaces to Create
As the purveyors of literacy on campus, the library may be centrally poised to be the location where students will come for help with multimodal assignments; similarly, faculty members may turn to the library to assist ...
Are We Burned Out Yet? Librarians Experiencing Burnout in their Careers
Our profession has been perceived historically as one that carries low levels of stress (Sheesley, 2001), a gentle profession which takes place in a quiet and peaceful space. But as any librarian can tell you, the work is ...
Linked data in ECU digital collections
Presentation given as part of a panel entitled Linked Data Experiments in North Carolina Libraries, at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Winston-Salem, N.C., 2019.