Browse School of Information Sciences by Contributor "Williams, Kate"

  • Ginger, Jeffrey A. (2015-07-17)
    This dissertation study examines the role of the public library in fostering digital literacies in underserved Illinois communities. Over the course of two years I collected data on the library as an institution, and as a ...

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  • Williams, Kate; Bailey, Ron; Booth, Ashley E.; Breck, Julianne L.; Cao, Haixia; Chen, I-Ju; Gant, Jon P.; Graham, Lauren M.; Grant, Lily; Green, Ivy Renee; Griebler, Claire; Hallauer, Afton; Hebel, Jennifer; Holland, Anna; Idoniboye, Opubo T.; Kim, Sunghwan 'Sunny"; Kretzer, Lela; Lenstra, Noah; Lin, Yueh-Mei; Liu, Qiyuan; Looby, Mary; Lux, Rachel; McClowry, Colleen; Millsap, Samantha; Newcomer, John; Osisek, Elizabeth; Rosulescu, Andrei; Sackmann, Abigail; Sandberg, Jane; Smeltzer, Mike; Sorgert, Becca; Strillacci, Claire (2012-10)

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  • Williams, Kate; Hagar, Chris; Hall, Tracie D.; Roman, Susan (Dominican University GSLIS and University of Illinois GSLIS, 2008-03-28)
    Proceedings of the inaugural eChicago symposium held at Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, April 20, 2007.

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  • Williams, Kate (Dominican University GSLIS and University of Illinois GSLIS, 2008)
    Proceedings of the second eChicago symposium held at Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, April 3-4, 2008.

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  • Williams, Kate (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 2010)

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  • Gretencord, Timnah Card (2009)
    This study is an investigation and analysis of the process of developing new partnerships among public service agencies and making more durable connections with local Spanish-speaking families that seeks to answer the ...

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  • Mierek, Joanne (2010-05-19)
    Children’s literature is full of animal characters widely understood to be symbolic humans. They are believed to provide the reader with a combination of delight and the neutrality and emotional distance considered necessary ...

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  • Williams, Kate; Baeva, Aleksandra; Boles, Emily; Bowlus, Zoe; Burchard, Sara; Davies, Nora; Diaz, Jessica; Donaldson, Jeremy; Fanslow, Dana; Fary, Alyssa; Foulk, Chloe; Gorden, Jack; Grande, Jorie; Hanchar, Alyssa; Hartley, Abigail; Kaplan, Rachel; Khan, Aaron; Kuehn, Evan; Leigh, Michele; Lorrain, Darian; Monteith, Matthew; Petras, Sarah; Ryan, Emma; Swope, Kate; Thebarge, Nathan; Torres, Hayley; Tubbs, Peter; Tucci, Andrea; Waite, Elaine; Walcott, Ashley; Walter, Mia; Watson Burhans, Rosalyn; Zaldana, Jessica (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign School of Information Sciences., 2021-11-18)
    In the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, in a year of racial reckoning, with climate emergencies bearing down on the United States as never before, two sections of the MSLIS course “Libraries, Information and Society” ...

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  • Ahmed, Shameem (2017-03-20)
    This dissertation investigates the following research question: what skills does a user need to use a health-related app on a smartphone? It coins the term ‘mHealth Literacy’ to refer to all such necessary skills. The ...

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  • Matkovszki, Ilona (2016-12-09)
    Maps have long been used for visualizing and studying urban spatial information. For the early phases of urban development in most cities, however, there are usually few maps due to the high cost of map making. These ...

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  • Lenstra, Noah J (2016-06-23)
    The information society is also an aging society. This means that as information technology becomes woven into the fabric of daily life, the median age of humanity continues to rise. The participation of this growing ...

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  • Valiant, Seonaid (2019-04-23)
    During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the amateur scholar and archaeologist Zelia Nuttall was not only digging in Mexican archaeological fields for artifacts but also digging through European and Mexican ...

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