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Liberal Arts Books on Demand: A Decade of Patron-Driven Collection Development, Part 1
TLDR
In their review of the liberal arts titles selected, subject librarians found that the books were appropriate additions and that these titles expanded the cross-disciplinary nature of the collection.
Archival Literacy for History Students: Identifying Faculty Expectations of Archival Research Skills
Although finding, interpreting, and using archives is inherent in the study of history, no standard identifies the archival research competencies college history students should possess. The purpose
Archival Literacy Competencies for Undergraduate History Majors
Abstract Undergraduate history majors need to know how to conduct archival research. This article describes the second phase of a project to identify “archival literacy” competencies. Faculty,
Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 B.C.E.
Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 B.C.E., by Lawrence J. Mykytiuk. SBL Academia Biblica 12. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature; Leiden: Brill, 2004. Pp.
Buy, Don't Borrow
TLDR
The patron-driven Books on Demand program is a valuable complementary collection development tool which consistently adds a very high percentage of relevant scholarly titles to the collection which provides input from patrons who do not ordinarily have a voice in collection development decisions and fills in gaps in interdisciplinary areas.
From Missionary and Graduate Student to Reference Librarian
Summary A service orientation strongly rooted both in mission work and in identification with students has firmly undergirded and motivated my reference service. A missionary's familiarity with
Library Guides: English 106/108: Introduction to Purdue Libraries
This guide has been created for students of English 106 and 108 to help them learn the Libraries' services and get help when they need it. Basic Info on Libraries
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