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The Library is Undead: Information Seeking During the Zombie Apocalypse
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We developed a library mission that allowed zombie-hunting students to apply 21st century learning skills such as communication; collaboration; critical thinking; problem solving; creativity; innovation; and information, media, and technology literacy. Expand
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Identifying E-Resources: An Exploratory Study of University Students
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This preliminary study assesses university students’ ability to identify document types or information containers (journal, article, book, etc.) and different types of search tools (database, search engine) in the online environment. Expand
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Browsing of E-Journals by Engineering Faculty.
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In response to a hypothesis that researchers who no longer use print journals may miss out on the serendipitous benefits of "poor indexing" provided by print tables of contents, librarians at the University of Florida surveyed their engineering faculty to determine faculty use of Tables of contents and journal browsing to support current awareness and other information-seeking needs. Expand
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Evidence‐Based Data for the Hemodialysis Access Surgeon
The National Kidney Foundation Dialysis Outcomes Quality Initiative Clinical Practice Guidelines for Vascular Access (DOQI) have defined the access‐related care for patients with end‐stage renalExpand
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3D technology in libraries: Applications for teaching and research
As emerging technologies appear on the horizon of education every day, they are changing the world of teaching and research continuously with their adoption and integration into libraries, classroomsExpand
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Perceptions of Plagiarism by STEM Graduate Students: A Case Study
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In this paper, the authors examine the perceptions of graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines at the University of Florida regarding misconduct and integrity issues. Expand
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External Reporting Lines of Academic Special Libraries: A Health Sciences Case Study
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A study of external reporting lines and funding structures of academic health science libraries. Expand
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Authority, Context and Containers: Student Perceptions and Judgments When Using Google for School Work
What really happens when student researchers meet a Google results page? How do students determine the authority behind each result? News, blogs, journals, Wikipedia, websites, e-books--with the vastExpand
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3D Printing for Middle School Outreach: A Collaboration Between the Science Library and the Society of Women Engineers
3D printing is rapidly becoming an essential skill for engineering students as reliable printers become affordable for educational use. Engineering students are trained to use common CAD designExpand
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Building a Participatory Culture: Collaborating with Student Organizations for Twenty-first Century Library Instruction
Today’s students are critical thinkers, collaborators, and creators. They expect to participate in 21st century learning environments not as passive information consumers (think lectures), but asExpand
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