Browse School of Information Sciences by Contributor "Schiller, Daniel T."
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Broadcasting the Profession: The American Library Association and the National Children's Radio Hour (2008)This dissertation is an historical study of an attempt, from 1930 to 1936, by the American Library Association to harness the latest technology of the time (radio) in the service of public library outreach, literacy and ...
Invisible Scarlet O'neil and the Whitman authorized editions for girls: homefront representations of the american feminine and the feminine heroic during World War II (2010-05-19)This dissertation analyzes the popular construction of femininity in the United States during World War II and the ways in which a set of mass market series books for girls participated in and reflected the persuasive ...
“Procure, propagate, and distribute among the people”: the information services of the U.S Department of Agriculture, 1862–1888 (2017-07-10)Prior to the establishment of the Department of Agriculture in 1862 and concurrent with its growth and development, farmers had myriad ways of sharing and communicating agricultural information. Some of that information ...
The social shaping of cloud computing: an ethnography of infrastructure in East St. Louis, Illinois (2014-09-16)This study investigates the infrastructural tensions that shaped a cloud computing software implementation within a community-based organization in East St. Louis, Illinois. A community-based organization provides nonprofit ...