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The Five-Year Itch: Are Libraries Losing Their Most Valuable Resources?
This paper is based on the authors’ poster session “Changing Roles and Redefining Goals: The Five-Year Itch,” originally presented at the ACRL 12th National Conference in Minneapolis, April 2005.
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The Experiences of Latina/o Executives in Higher Education
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Interdisciplinary librarians: self-reported non-LIS scholarship and creative work
This paper is an exploratory analysis of the survey results of a study of academic librarians’ scholarship and creative work outside of library and information science. Expand
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Using Old Maps and New Methods to Discover the Early Chemicals and Petroleum Industries of Newtown Creek in New York City
Historical maps can be invaluable as sources of information that are relevant to twenty-first century environmental issues in that they indicate the identities of landowners or lease holders, theExpand
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Teaching the Skills to Question: A Credit-Course Approach to Critical Information Literacy
Critical Information Literacy does not dispense with teaching ‘rules’ (of grammar, citation, research, writing, etc.), but also places these elements within larger frameworks of critical dialogue, creative thinking and learning, and political and historical inquiry. Expand
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Better Professional Training in Physical Education in Europe
Inducing Application of Interdisciplinary Frameworks: Experiences from the Domains of Information Literacy and Responsible Conduct of Research
Constructivist frameworks for information literacy and research ethics can be developed and nurtured in the context of an interdisciplinary course. Using the frameworks of two disciplines, studentsExpand
Brooklyn's Waterfront as a Living Laboratory