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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.
Sci-Hub: What Is It, and Why Does It Matter to Academic Libraries? An Interview with Michael Levine-Clark and Peter Katz
Piracy of subscription-based scholarly literature has reached a new peak with the advent of Sci-Hub and other sites like it. Sci-Hub is a collection of over 68 million items led by and compiled by a researcher from ...
Collaborating With Your Campus Community To Execute Your Library’s High Impact Educational Practices
The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) LEAP report identified ten high impact practices that contribute to student success and retention. Librarians in the Research & Instructional Services department ...
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 ...
Know your FSB from your KGB: Researching Soviet/Russian Intelligence in America
In light of last year’s election-related hacking, and the popularity of programs such as The Americans, the topic of Russian intelligence activity in America is once again prominent in the news and in popular culture. This ...
The Past is Prologue: Telling our Stories about Textbook Affordability Programs
Conversations about textbook affordability and open educational resources are gaining traction and visibility across the nation with advocacy by student groups, state legislators, and leaders in higher education. Responding ...
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 ...
Information Literacy Concepts
Overview: Purpose and goals This open educational resource provides learners with an overview of major information literacy concepts identified in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. Information literacy skills ...
The University of California Pay-It-Forward Open Access Publishing Research Project: An Interview with MacKenzie Smith
In 2014, University of California- Davis University Library and the California Digital Library collaborated on an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant-funded project to explore costs associated with moving scholarly journal ...