Shared Collections: Collaborative Stewardship, Chapter 1: Collaboration: The Master Key to Unlocking Twenty-First-Century Library Collections
Strieb, Karla L. (2015-06)
Authors draft of the introductory chapter of the monograph, "Shared Collections: Collaborative Stewardship." The chapter highlights key assumptions underpinning collection development and management that are being rethought. ...
Collaboration with Undergraduate Research Office to Create "Join the Research Conversation" Workshop
Black, Elizabeth L. (2017)
The Join the Research Conversation workshop introduces students to undergraduate research and supports them in the difficult task of identifying potential faculty research mentors on campus through the context of Scholarship ...
Whose Medium? Whose Message?: A Critical Media Literacy Approach to "Information Has Value"
Bussell, Hilary (2018)
This chapter presents a lesson that uses critical media literacy theory to introduce students to "Information Has Value" in the context of news media. Originating in cultural studies, critical media literacy is an educational ...
Introduction to FRIGHTFUL WITNESSING
Kattelman, Beth; Hodalska, Magdalena (2014)
This essay introduces an interdisciplinary volume that explores factual and fictional episodes of fear, horror and terror, and takes a look at how these representations circulate with our global culture. In it, Beth Kattelman ...
Collections at Work: Forming Global Citizens through Outreach and Engagement
Díaz, José O.; Espinosa de los Monteros, Pamela (2019)
The internationalization of higher education has become a focal point for American universities seeking new and effective ways to globalize their curriculum and enhance worldwide research opportunities for students and ...
Mentoring for Retention, Promotion, and Advancement: An Examination of Mentoring Programs at ARL Institutions
Springs, Gene R. (2014)
Mentoring can play a key role in the career development of librarians. Formal mentoring programs are often available for students enrolled in graduate library and information science programs, for early career professionals ...
Authenticity and Audit Trails
Noonan, Daniel (2016)
Maintaining an audit trail—the chronological record of activities that is sufficient to enable the reconstruction, review, and examination of the sequence of environments and activities—is inextricably linked to the ...
Unpacking Identity: Racial, Ethnic, and Professional Identity and Academic Librarians of Color
Gonzalez-Smith, Isabel; Swanson, Juleah; Tanaka, Azusa (2014)
The motivation for “Unpacking Identity: Racial, Ethnic and Professional Identity and Academic Librarians of Color” was the question of why in spite of evolving efforts, does racial and ethnic diversity among academic ...
Feminist Praxis in Library Leadership
Hathcock, April; Vinopal, Jennifer (2017-10)
Veterinary Medicine: All Collections Great and Small
Carrigan, Esther; Ugaz, Ana; Moberly, Heather K.; Page, Jessica R.; Alpi, Kristine M.; Vreeland, Carol (2012-07)
The purpose of this chapter is to present the specifics of veterinary collection development within the context of general health sciences collection development. A basic understanding of the principles of collection ...