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Superhero, Sleeping Beauty, or Devil? The Making of Orphan Myths and Public Administration
(Public Voices, 2015)
Children who are separated from their parents, whether temporarily or permanently, become dependent on representatives of the state to make the day-to-day decisions of their care. In these interactions with vulnerable ...
Administration Without Consideration: Public Administration’s Oversight of Children
(Administrative Theory & Praxis, 2013-12)
American children regularly encounter government through routine interactions with public administrators. Because of the unique nature of working with children, these interactions differ from those with adults. Although ...
Moving Image Preservation 101
(Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, 2015-04-28)
This PowerPoint presentation covers the basic composition and history of film and video technology, particularly as it relates to formats found within personal and family collections. Tips and tricks for preserving your ...
PowerPoint deck from presentation at the University of Baltimore's College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship Day, March 24, 2015.
Top 10 U.S. Municipal Police Departments and Their Social Media Usage
(American Review of Public Administration, 2014-03)
Social media technologies present a new way for government agencies to connect with, and potentially collaborate with, their residents. Police departments (PDs) are a setting ripe for use of social media as an extension ...
Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup of Standards: Practical Support for Managing Electronic Resources
Standardization of both publishing and electronic resources management practices has become increasingly important to support the work of library staff and to better serve our users. This session reviewed three recommended ...
Wrangle those (e-)Dogies! Community-Driven Standards and Best Practices for Librarians and Vendors
I was a member of a panel presentation at the ER&L (Electronic Resources and Libraries) conference in Austin, Texas, March 17, 2014, explaining the importance of standardization efforts for publishing and management practices ...
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 ...
Eyewitness to History: Documenting a Divided City
(University of Baltimore, 2015-09-14)
This PowerPoint presentation was given during the course lecture for University of Baltimore's "Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here? Where Do We Go?" class on September 14, 2015. The presentation introduces the unique ...
Review of The Quality Infrastructure: Measuring, Analyzing, and Improving Library Services.
(University of Chicago Press, 2015-10)