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Spaces to GROW: Library Student Employment as a High Impact Practice
Student employees spend many hours in the academic library workplace each week, frequently more than they spend in the classroom. In addition to the time and effort that having a job requires, other elements of student ...
Creating and Publishing Open Educational Resources: A How-to
As Open Educational Resources (OER) become more popular on college campuses, educators, librarians, and instructional designers are being charged with more involvement in OER initiatives. Along with these initiatives are ...
Creating an Open Educational Resource: Exploring Ways That Libraries Can Support OER Publishing
Open Educational Resources (OER) have been gaining momentum in higher education and K-12 schools. OER are free, and often customizable, resources that can be used as textbooks or supplemental materials in the classroom. ...
From Dawn to Desk: Finding the Sparkle in Everyday Reference Practice
Poster Presentation at NCLA oct 2019
Making Connections: Developing Textbook Affordability Initiatives Across Multiple Campuses
In order to address rising textbook prices, libraries have started to create textbook affordability initiatives that include encouraging faculty to use open educational resources as well as developing stipend programs for ...
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.