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Meeting them where they are: Library instruction for today’s students in the World Civilizations course
(Taylor & Francis, 2008)
The world civilizations course is an increasingly integral component of undergraduate curricula in the United States. History instruction literature reveals much discussion about desired learning objectives for students ...
The impact of library support on education faculty research productivity: An exploratory study
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
The authors surveyed college and university faculty in the field of professional education to gauge their perceptions pertaining to the impact of library services on their research. The purpose was to illuminate faculty ...
Content analysis of papers submitted to Communications in Information Literacy, 2007-2013
(Communications in Information Literacy, 2014)
The author conducted a content analysis of papers submitted to the journal, Communications in Information Literacy, from the years 2007-2013. The purpose was to investigate and report on the overall quality characteristics ...
Librarians’ views on critical theories and critical practices
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
This study was conducted to investigate levels of familiarity that librarians have with critical theory, to determine the extent to which it informs professional practices, and to examine how the social justice issues ...
An exploratory study on post-tenure research productivity among academic librarians
The author conducted a survey of librarians at different types of academic institutions who had earned tenure or an equivalent form of permanent appointment. The purpose was to illuminate the forms of research that are ...
Creating a digital archive for students’ research in a credit library course
(American Library Association, 2009)
Using wiki technology in a credit library course, the authors created an online exhibit for students’ research entitled the Digital Archive. The purpose of the Digital Archive is to showcase students’ final projects from ...