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Publishing in Open Access Education Journals: The Authors’ Perspectives
Abstract Open access publishing is now an accepted method of scholarly communication. However, the greatest traction for open access publishing thus far has been in the sciences. Penetration of open access publishing ...
Open Access Publishing in Business Research: The Authors’ Perspective
Open access (OA) publishing is now accepted as an integral part of the emerging trends within scholarly communication. Business librarians, like their subject specialist colleagues in other disciplines, are increasingly ...
Reference Interviews: Getting Things Right
Few would disagree that successful communication between librarian and patron is critical to success in the reference process. Based on Atul Gawande's book, The Checklist Manifesto, the authors indicate how a well-executed ...
Open Access Publishing in the Social Sciences and Humanities
(East Carolina University, 2009)
Open access publishing is now an accepted pillar of the scholarly communication movement. However, the greatest traction for open access publishing thus far has been in the sciences. Penetration of open access publishing ...
Talking to our faculty about open access and authors' rights
(East Carolina University, 2008-10-23)
Establishing Accessibility for E-Journals: A Suggested Approach
(East Carolina University, 2002)
Libraries in the United States are required by law to make library programs and services accessible to people with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (1998) ...
Serving Sci-Tech Library Users With Disabilities
(East Carolina University, 2001)
Service to library users with disabilities has been the subject of numerous books, articles, and presentations, but it is useful to consider this issue specifically in the context of science libraries for several reasons. ...
(East Carolina University, 2006)
Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians
This study addresses a gap in the research concerning generational roles in the academic library workforce, particularly with regard to Millennials.
Cross-generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians: A Preliminary Report Following Up with Millennials
Paper presents a preliminary analysis of survey research designed to elicit information about Millennial academic librarians, their most valued colleagues at work, and reasons why they value these colleagues, and compares ...