Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Information Sciences
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Collaboration and Research Practices in the Humanities: Supporting Scholarly Needs and Promoting Innovative Research (2016-10-24)“Humanities Collaboration and Research Practices: Exploring Scholarship in the Global Midwest” is a project funded by a Humanities Without Walls (HWW) Global Midwest award that aims to explore the community of practice ...
(Wiley, 2021-07)The emergence of large multi-institutional digital libraries has opened the door to aggregate-level examinations of the published word. Such large-scale analysis offers a new way to pursue traditional problems in the ...
(Edward Elgar, 2022)Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right that is closely intertwined with information policy. In this time of ubiquitous information, it is necessary to have an agile framework for information policy that responds ...
(2019-05-22)This conference presentation provides an introduction to using Universal Design for Learning in designing library instruction and training sessions.
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(ACM, 2019-06-06)IFLA’s Library Reference Model defines manifestations as sets of carriers sharing relevant physical and intentional properties, and aggregates as manifestations that embody multiple expressions. Taken together, these ...