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  • McMillen, Paula S.; Miyagishima, Bryan; Maughan, Laurel S. (Pierian Press, 2002)
    In the Spring of 2001, the Oregon State University Libraries began planning for a collaboration with the university’s Freshman Composition Program. In implementing this project, with no additional library resources, and ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Butler, Barbara A. (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 2002)
    We initiated an evaluation of the scholarly communication and publishing process in marine and aquatic sciences. This involves three components: describing the core journals for the discipline; examining the mechanics of ...
  • Salwasser, Janine; Murray-Rust, Catherine (Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), 2002)
    To guide the design, content, and development of a natural resources digital library, the Oregon State University Libraries commissioned a needs assessment. Interviews with citizens, policy makers, and scientists show th ...
  • Boock, Michael; Jeppesen, Bruce; Barrow, William (Haworth Press, 2003)
    Cleveland State University Library, a medium-sized academic library serving approximately 15,000 students, is engaged in large-scale efforts to digitize and make accessible online collections of unique Cleveland-related ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Rielly, Loretta (Elsevier, 2003)
    Measuring the effectiveness of library instruction poses many challenges, yet is essential to validating the time and energy dedicated to it. Over two years, how subject specific library instruction addressed the needs o ...
  • McMillen, Paula S.; Rielly, Loretta (Haworth Press, 2003)
    Reference services at Oregon State University’s Valley Library have undergone several reoganizations in response to institutional changes, shifting service needs and patron demands. Part of this history includes training ...
  • Sapon-White, Richard (American Library Association, International Relations Round Table, 2003-09)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Jung, Seikyung; Herlocker, Jonathan L. (Taylor & Francis, 2004)
    At Oregon State University (OSU), the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and the OSU Libraries are working together on a project to improve the effectiveness and accessibility of digital infor ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2004)
    A broad definition of forestry would be "the study of trees, forests, and their use by people." Modern "science-based forestry" is thought to have begun in the nineteenth century when Europeans looked to specialists to a ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Cole, Maureen (Oregon Library Association, 2004)
    One goal of the Oregon Library Association's Vision 2010 is to promote a strong and diverse workforce throughout all of the state's libraries. The forecasted shortage of librarians in the next decade prompted the OLA Boa ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Herlocker, Jonathan L.; Pennington-Lehman, Heather; Jung, Seikyung (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 2004)
    As librarians, we recognize that users seldom approach a research project with a clear search strategy and thus we develop means to help them clarify their research objectives. However, our traditional methods do not tr ...
  • Jung, Seikyung; Harris, Kevin; Webster, Janet G.; Herlocker, Jonathan L. (Association for Computing Machinery Press, 2004)
    Today's university library has many digitally accessible resources, both indexes to content and considerable original content. Using off-the-shelf search technology provides a single point of access into library resource ...
  • McMillen, Paula S.; Pehrsson, Dale Elizabeth (Haworth Press, 2004)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of bibliotherapy in relation to hospital patients. It includes a brief history as well as discussion of practitioners, patients and problems, methodology and effective ...
  • Mellinger, Margaret (American Society of Engineering Education, 2004-06)
  • Sapon-White, Richard; King, Valery; Christie, Anne (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004-07)
    Academic library faculty require a supportive atmosphere in order to successfully engage in research and publication. At Oregon State University, the Library Faculty Association (LFA) provides avenues for peer criticism ...
  • 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 ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Collins, Jean (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 2005)
    The FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries provides a policy framework for sustainable fisheries management. Decision and policy makers as well as resource managers and users all need diverse information to imple ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Collins, Jean (Food and Agriculture Organization of the U.N, 2005)
    The 1995 FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries provides a policy framework for sustainable fisheries management. Many FAO Members indicate that the lack of information continues to constrain the full and effect ...

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