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The Contribution of the Library to the Reputation of a University
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This paper explores the relationship between a peer-assessed reputation rating for each of the 247 doctoral universities and cross-institutional performance indicators for universities and their libraries. Expand
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Library Quality and Impact: Is There a Relationship between New Measures and Traditional Measures?
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Traditional measures of quality are no longer adequate to reflect library excellence and impact. Expand
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Information Literacy and the Workforce: A Review.
This paper is a review of reports on information literacy and the workforce. There is a substantial body of literature on information literacy in K-16 educational settings, but there is much lessExpand
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Tale of two databases: The history of federally funded information systems for education and medicine
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A literature analysis of their policy history shows important differences in their evolution.Abstract Access to scholarly information in the disciplines of education and medicine occurred primarily through the simultaneous development of two bibliographic databases. Expand
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What do Students Learn from Participation in an Undergraduate Research Journal? Results of an Assessment
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An assessment of the Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (JPUR) that was designed to evaluate student learning outcomes and demonstrate connections between journal participation and student success. Expand
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Who Teaches Information Literacy Competencies? Report of a Study of Faculty
Information literacy is recognized as an essential competency for educational success. It relates to all disciplines but is not a separate discipline, so it is not clear who takes responsibility forExpand
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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 purposeExpand
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High-Impact Educational Practices: An Exploration of the Role of Information Literacy
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We examine recent literature about five of the high-impact educational practices (capstone experiences, learning communities, service learning and community-based learning, undergraduate research, and writing-intensive courses) to understand the extent to which they include the integration of information literacy competencies. Expand
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