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Creating Cherokee Print: Samuel Austin Worcester’s Impact on the Syllabary
(East Carolina University, 2008)
The 1821 creation of a written syllabary for the Cherokee language by Sequoyah and its use in the Nation’s newspaper, the Cherokee Phoenix, are routinely examined within the context of the tribe’s discourse surrounding ...
Copyright and Scholarly Communication
ORCID Identifiers: Planned and Potential Uses by Associations, Publishers, and Librarians
ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary, non-profit organization with a twofold goal: provide an open registry of unique identifiers for researchers and work with the scholarly community to ensure that this persistent ...
Working in the Virtual Stacks (Review)
Review of Laura Townsend Kane's Working in the Virtual Stacks: The New Library and Information Science (Chicago: ALA Editions, 2011).
Author Impact Measures in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Author impact metrics were collected from approximately 2000 academic research faculty in 257 accredited universities in the US and Canada. Three databases (Scopus, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate) were utilized. Indices ...
An Information Literacy Umbrella for Instruction
Instructional activities at Joyner Library, East Carolina University, currently include course-integrated instruction, online tutorial use, class web pages, research consultations, a customizable subject guide database, ...
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 ...
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.