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Cataloging Education and Cataloging Futures: An Interview with Allyson Carlyle
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-06)
In February 2011, Margaret Dull interviewed Allyson Carlyle, Associate Professor and Chair of the Ph.D. program at the iSchool, University of Washington (Seattle, Washington). Carlyle shares her views on the current ...
Millennial students' mental models of search: Implications for academic librarians and database developers
Today's college students, with their exposure to new technologies, exhibit generational differences in the way in which they search for information. Observations of first-year college students' research behavior revealed ...
Penguin Records: Managing Your Office Files
The Significance and Benefits of Open Education in Academic Libraries
(Journal of LIBR287 Seminar in Information Science: The Open Movement and Libraries, 2011-12)
This article describes what Open Education (OE) and Open Education Resources (OER) are and explains how faculty members working with librarians in an academic library can help students, and communities learn by providing ...
Social Class and Socioeconomic Status: Relevance and Inclusion in MPA/MPP Programs
(Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2011)
Social equity has been challenged in recent years through increasing income inequality. The widening gap between the rich and the poor contributes to economic segregation among regions and neighborhoods and has a direct ...
Mobile Technology for Nonprofits: Harnessing the Power of Crowdsourcing
A mobile app is one of the easiest ways a nonprofit can increase awareness, raise funds, and promote events. The portability and popularity of smartphones can strengthen the connection between users and the nonprofit they ...
Visualizing information graphics: how to design effective charts and graphs
This project will enable users to create more meaningful and engaging presentations that incorporate the theory and principles of information graphics. Leading research findings are distilled, interpreted, and integrated ...
Revisiting population taxonomy: using a social equity framework to analyze health disparities among obese Black American ethnic subgroups
The United States (US) is becoming increasingly racially and ethnically diverse primarily due to the surge of immigrants from around the world. These immigrants have differing cultures, religions, and values, which can ...
The cultural proficiency capacity building model for organizational and systems accountability
Overview: Reportedly, the Black Community represents over 80% of all HIV/AIDS cases in the State of Maryland, now ranking first (1st) in the nation for Blacks/African Americans living with AIDS. This two-phased project ...
Public sector unions and public administration: the impact of statuary collection bargaining
This dissertation attempts fill the gap in public administration research by undertaking a comparative case study of the effects of collective bargaining on public administration and human resource management. The findings ...