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They Really Like Us!: Move From Outputs to Outcomes with Your Library's Research Consultations
Learn how librarians at East Carolina took an evidence-based approach to those academic library standbys: one-on-one research consultations. This poster presentation will share our experiences developing a post-meeting ...
Uncommon Conversations: What is Open Access Button? An interview with Joe McArthur
Articles published behind a paywall in commercial journals are often inaccessible to potential readers who are not affiliated with a subscribing institution. Open Access Button is an application that assists readers in ...
Scholarly Communication Boot Camp: Getting Liaisons Up to Speed
Liaison librarians everywhere are being asked to share more and more in the work of scholarly communication. In many cases they need extensive training to be prepared to talk about these topics with faculty and students. ...
The Isaiah Rice Collection at D. H. Ramsey Library, UNC Asheville
The Isaiah Rice Collection presents vivid images of African American life in Asheville, North Carolina, from the 1950s through the 1970s, and builds on other existing collections within Ramsey Library.
US Dollar verse Chinese Yuan: A Global Currency Cat Fight
The U.S dollar is an internationally recognized and well used form of currency. However, just because the US dollar has been this global monetary benchmark does not secure its position as the premier internationally ...
HUAC Investigates North Carolina: How Federal Documents Can Help Uncover State and Local History
Federal government documents tend to be all too often overlooked when providing general reference assistance, especially on topics involving state and local history. Reasons include the unique and often arcane nature of ...
The Charles Waddell Chesnutt Collection at Fayetteville State University
The history of Fayetteville State University and its Charles W. Chesnutt Library are intimately connected with one of the most important writers from North Carolina. Charles Waddell Chesnutt, 1858-1933, was a celebrated ...
That's Mine! How to Cite, Modify, and Create OERs using Creative Commons
Open Educational Resource use is on the rise. Due to budget restraints and a general shift of sharing information, many institutions and creators are opening their creative works for other educators to freely use, modify, ...