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Submissions from 2019

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Best of the Best Business Reference Web Resources 2019, Robbi De Peri, LuMarie Guth, Charles Allan, Mary A. Aquila, Amanda Click, Kimberly Lace Lee Fama, Bridget Farrell, Heather Howard, Hiromi Kubo, Helen Kula, Jordan Michael Nielsen, Susan M. Norrisey, Andy Spackman, and Teresa Williams

Report of the ALCTS Collection Management and Electronic Resources Interest Group (CMERIG) Meeting. American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, June 2018, Michael Fernandez and Shannon Tharp

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Emotional Silos: A Review of Doctoral Candidates’ Isolating Experiences and the Role for Academic Librarians in Campus-wide Support Networks, Carrie L. Forbes and Jennifer Bowers

Introducing Information Literacy into a Marketing Budget Class Assignment: A Case Study, Esther L. Gil

Using Visual Materials to Teach Information Literacy Outside the Arts Curriculum, Peggy Keeran, Jennifer Bowers, Katherine Crowe, and Kristen Korfitzen

Imagining the Future Academic Library Collection, Michael Levine-Clark

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Primary Sources as a Vital Part of an Academic Library Collection: The University of Denver Experience, Michael Levine-Clark

Transparency and Subterfuge: Encouraging Creativity in Academic Libraries, Jack M. Maness, Erin Elzi, and Shannon Tharp

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In a Third Space: Building a Connected Digital Collections Ecosystem, Jack M. Maness, Kim Pham, Kevin Clair, Fernando Reyes, and Jeff Rynhart

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Recasting the Narrative: ACRL 2019 Zine, Annie Pho, Matthew Murray, Ann Matsushima Chiu, Elia Trucks, and Katherine Ahnberg

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Preparing Early Career Librarians for Leadership and Management: A Feminist Critique, Camille Thomas, Elia Trucks, and H. B. Kouns

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Making Social Media More Social: A Literature Review of Academic Libraries’ Engagement and Connections Through Social Media Platforms, Elia Trucks

Submissions from 2017

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“If You Want the History of a White Man, You Go to the Library”: Critiquing Our Legacy, Addressing Our Library Collections Gaps, Jennifer Bowers, Katherine Crowe, and Peggy Keeran

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Lending Video Game Consoles in an Academic Library, Ryan F. Buller

Sci-Hub: What Is It, and Why Does It Matter to Academic Libraries? An Interview with Michael Levine-Clark and Peter Katz, Eleanor I. Cook, Michael Levine-Clark, and Peter Katz

Addressing Psychosocial Factors with Library Mentoring, Bridget Farrell, Jaena Alabi, Pambanisha Whaley, and Claudine A. Jenda

Integrated Reference à la Carte: Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing the Best Features for Your Library, Bridget Farrell and Kasia Leousis

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Book Review: Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration Across the Disciplines, Carrie L. Forbes

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Expanding Support for Graduate Students: Library Workshops on Research Funding Opportunities, Carrie L. Forbes, Gina Schlesselman-Tarango, and Peggy Keeran

Maximizing and Assessing a One-shot Information Literacy Session: A Case Study, Esther L. Gil

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Revealing Our Melting Past: Rescuing Historical Snow and Ice Data, Jack M. Maness, Ruth Duer, Michael Dulock, Florence Fetterer, Gloria Hicks, Althea Merredyth, Walker Sampson, and Allaina Wallace

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History of Gulf Coast Citrus, James D. Spiers, Claudine A. Jenda, and Bridget S. Farrell

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Wrongful Convictions and Their Causes: An Annotated Bibliography, Clanitra Stewart Nejdl and Karl Pettitt

Submissions from 2012

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What They Didn’t Tell Me (or What I Didn’t Hear) in Library School, Lisa G. O'Connor, Julie VanHoose, Emily Rae Aldridge, and Bridget S. Farrell

Impact Factor as a Metric to Assess Journals Where OM Research Is Published, Jeffrey S. Stonebraker, Esther Gil, Craig W. Kirkwood, and Robert B. Handfield

Submissions from 2011

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Knowing Where They Went: Six Years of Online Access Statistics via the Online Catalog for Federal Government Information, Christopher C. Brown

Information Literacy for Undergraduate Business Students: Examining Value, Relevancy, and Implications for the New Century, Theresa M. Conley and Esther L. Gil

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Receptivity to Library Involvement in Scientific Data Curation: A Case Study at the University of Colorado Boulder, Kathryn Lage, Barbara Losoff, and Jack M. Maness

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Developing a Model for Long-term Management of Demand-driven Acquisition, Michael Levine-Clark

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Essential Readings in E-Science, Kathy Szigeti; Kathy Wheeler; Jack M. Maness; and Association of College & Research Libraries - Science & Technology Section, Subject & Bibliographic Access to Science Materials Committee

The Cost of Walking: Poems, Shannon Tharp

Submissions from 2010

Literary Research and the British Renaissance and Early Modern Period: Strategies and Sources, Jennifer Bowers and Peggy Keeran

The Alliance Shared Purchase Plan: A New Experiment in Collaborative Collection Development, Yem S. Fong, Ivan Gaetz, Joan G. Lamborn, and Michael Levine-Clark

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The Physical and the Virtual: The Relationship Between Library as Place and Electronic Collections, Jennifer Gerke and Jack M. Maness

Developing a Multiformat Demand-driven Acquisition Model, Michael Levine-Clark

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Uniqueness and Collection Overlap in Academic Libraries, Michael Levine-Clark, Margaret M. Jobe, and Sara Holladay

Turned Loose in the OPAC: URL Selection, Addition, and Management Process, Elizabeth S. Meagher and Christopher C. Brown

The Research Center: Creating an Environment for Interactive Research Consultations, Erin E. Meyer, Carrie L. Forbes, and Jennifer Bowers

Submissions from 2009

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Better, Faster, Stronger: Integrating Archives Processing and Technical Services, Gregory C. Colati, Katherine M. Crowe, and Elizabeth S. Meagher

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Rethinking Monographic Acquisition: Developing a Demand-driven Purchase Model, Michael Levine-Clark, Steve Bosch, Kim Anderson, and Matt Nauman

A Comparative Analysis of Social Sciences Citation Tools, Michael Levine-Clark and Esther Gil

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Use and Non-use of Choice-reviewed Titles: A Comparison Between Undergraduate and Research Libraries, Michael Levine-Clark and Margaret M. Jobe