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  • Webster, Janet G.; Butler, Barbara A. (Bowker, 2009)
    Our oceans surround us, and we depend upon them for food, transportation, and recreation. They affect us daily as they shape our climate and rattle our world with unexpected events. Current headlines indicate that they ...
  • Bahde, Anne; Smedberg, Heather (Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), 2012-09-12)
    The article discusses effective methods for measuring the success of classroom instruction using original primary sources in special collections and archives and how to translate these effects to demonstrate learning imp ...
  • Chau, May (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2000)
    The Internet enables global dissemination and retrieval of information at any time, as a result, it has a tremendous impact on how libraries provide reference services to this new web-based clientele. One impact is t ...
  • McMillen, Paula S.; Hill, Eric (Elsevier, 2005-09-07)
    This article is a follow up to an earlier publication that developed the rationale for using conversation as a metaphor to teach research writing. We presented this proposed teaching approach at several conferences, incl ...
  • Chang, Grace; Mahoney, Kevin; Briggs-Whitmire, Amanda; Kohler, David; Mobley, Curtis; Lewis, Marlon; Moline, Mark; Boss, Emmanuel; Kim, Minsu; Philpot, William; Dickey, Tommy (The Oceanography Society, 2004)
    A multispectral optical sensor collects data at select wavebands or channels. An example is the Sea-viewing Wide-Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) ocean color satellite, which measures eight wavebands between 402 and 885 nm ...
  • Deitering, Anne-Marie; Wilkinson, Richenda (2006-08-01)
    Working collaboratively with faculty, librarians can develop scalable models of information literacy instruction that are integrated with classroom work and spark student learning. In this session, librarians from Oregon ...
  • Liston, Aaron; Boock, Michael; Chau, May; Reese, Terry; Mitchell, Katie (2006-05-22)
    The Oregon State University (OSU) Herbarium is an essential resource for biodiversity research in the Pacific Northwest. With over 400,000 specimens, it maintains the world's largest collection of Oregon plant and fungal ...
  • Wirth, Andrea A. (Geoscience Information Society, 2011)
    Changes in the field of publishing and in scholarly communication have been impacting the distribution of scientific knowledge for years. The economics of publishing continues to have an impact on subscribers’ ability to ...
  • Sutton, Shan C. (Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), 2013-10)
  • Webster, Janet G. (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 2001)
    Assessing the fisheries and wildlife collection at Oregon State University proved to be a useful venture. Using the WLN Conspectus framework, the librarian generated data on the collection that was used to describe its ...
  • Nielsen, Elizabeth (Society of American Archivists, 2006-03-13)
    A sound recording issued with the 1956 Oregon State College yearbook was selected by the OSU Archives as a test case for digitization
  • Boock, Michael (Elsevier, 2008-08-08)
    This article presents a case study of how Oregon State University Libraries (OSUL) organized to accomplish digitization activities. Digitization activities are broken down into 6 major categories: management, copyright, ...
  • Boock, Michael; Vondracek, Ruth (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006-04)
    How are academic libraries organizing themselves in order to engage in the content selection and digitization of local collections? Are libraries creating new positions or units, assigning responsibilities to existing ...
  • Sapon-White, Richard (American Library Association, International Relations Round Table, 2003-09)
  • Sapon-White, Richard (Oregon Library Association, 2000)
  • Nutefall, Jennifer E. (Elsevier, 2004)
    Assessing students' information literacy skills can be difficult depending on the involvement of the librarian in a course. To overcome this, librarians created an assignment called the Paper Trail, where students wrote ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Middleton, Cheryl (Elsevier, 1999-11)
    Technology resource fees provide a possible source of funding for library technology. Integrating these student funds into libraries’ budgets requires strategic planning, good communication, and student involvement. Th ...
  • Webster, Janet G. (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 2005)
    The Oregon State University Libraries began working on implementation of an institutional repository through a five month planning process. The Task Force responsible for the planning identified campus needs for such a ...
  • Bierman, James; Valentino, Maura (2011)
    As the bulletin board was once used to notify patrons of library happenings and impart general information, libraries can now use podcasting for the same purpose. This presentation emphasizes the benefits of podcasting ...
  • Bierman, James; Valentino, Maura (Emerald Group Publishing, 2011)
    Purpose: The paper discovers how many American Research Libraries produce podcasts, on what subjects they are produced and how those podcasts are promoted. Design/methodology/approach: The researchers looked at each A ...

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