Browse by Author "Hogenboom, Karen"
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Teper, Thomas H.; Hogenboom, Karen; Wiley, Lynn N. (Association of Research Libraries, 2011-09-30)Local interest in managing data is part of a broader interest in exploring new options for acquiring resources that will meet the changing needs of our faculty and student communities. Positive developments (such as improved ...
Braxton, Susan; Green, Harriett; Szylowicz, Caroline; Habing, Thomas G.; Hogenboom, Karen; Prom, Chris; Schlembach, Mary; Shreeves, Sarah L.; Williams, Sarah; Namachchivaya, Beth Sandore (2013-01-16)Libraries are uniquely qualified to by mission to manage, curate, publish, and make discoverable research data, through the use of organizing principles, metadata and provenance information, and the systems and services ...
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Lessons Learned About Access to Government Information After World War II Can Be Applied After September 11 Hogenboom, Karen (Elsevier, 2008)The cost of unrestricted dissemination of government information to Americans' safety and security has been a topic of heated debate since September 11, 2001. The risks of dissemination seem to have skyrocketed in this age ...
Hogenboom, Karen; Teper, Thomas H. (2013-04)Librarians’ growing interest in collecting data is part of a broader professional desire to explore new avenues for engaging in faculty scholarship. We explored the challenges of acquiring and delivering small data sets ...
Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Coverage of State and International Information in Government Documents Courses Griffiths, David; Hogenboom, Karen (Elsevier, 2005)The authors surveyed instructors of graduate-level government documents courses in the U.S. regarding their coverage of international government organization, foreign government, and state government information. Though ...
Hogenboom, Karen; Phillips, Carissa M. Holler; Hensley, Merinda Kaye (2011-04-01)The shift to quantitative research methods in social science disciplines is not news in today’s academy, however the relative ease of acquiring data sets via the Internet and the availability of online analysis and ...