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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 ...
Connect with your Users: Usability Testing and How User Experience May Actually Work for You
For a library, User Experience (UX) refers to studying the emotions and attitudes of its users regarding the library building, website, or services. This can be executed through usability testing, which allows you to truly ...
Accomplished Teaching, Learning and Schools (ATLAS)
The Accomplished Teaching, Learning and Schools (ATLAS) database is a valuable teaching tool that takes some of the mystery out of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification process, and provides ...
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 ...
Insulin in the nervous system and the mind: Functions in metabolism, memory, and mood
Background: Insulin, a pleotrophic hormone, has diverse effects in the body. Recent work has highlighted the important role of insulin's action in the nervous system on glucose and energy homeostasis, memory, and mood. ...
OERs and Alt-Texts in Technical Services: How to Get the Job Done
Libraries are being called upon to do more with OERs (Open Educational Resources) and Alt-Texts. From locating them to cataloging them, technical service departments need to know how to work with them. This session will ...