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  • Sapon-White, Richard E. (American Library Association, 2012-01)
    Academic and public libraries have begun to purchase e-book readers and make them available for check-out to their users. The nature of the e-books on these devices necessitates new approaches to workflow for acquisition ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mellinger, Margaret (American Society of Engineering Education, 2004-06)
  • Hussong-Christian, Uta; Rempel, Hannah Gascho; Deitering, Anne-Marie (Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2010-04)
    At Oregon State University (OSU) Libraries, librarians are evaluating the decade-old information commons in the transition to a learning commons. Visits to commons spaces at libraries across the country provided perspect ...
  • 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 ...
  • Reese, Terry (2006-10-09)
  • Jung, Seikyung; Webster, Janet; Mellinger, Margaret; Frumkin, Jeremy; Herlocker, Jon L. (Wiley InterScience, 2008)
    Using off-the-shelf search technology provides a single point of access into library resources, but we found that such commercial systems are not entirely satisfactory for the academic library setting. In response to t ...
  • Agrawal, Y. C.; Whitmire, Amanda L.; Mikkelsen, Ole A.; Pottsmith, H. C. (American Geophysical Union, 2008)
    We present new observational data on small-angle light scattering properties of natural, random shaped particles, as contrasted with spherical particles. The interest in this "shape effect" on scattering arises from th ...
  • Johnson, Thomas; Boock, Michael (Networked Digital Library for Theses and Dissertations, 2012-09)
    Linked Data presents new opportunities to expand services surrounding theses and dissertations. By creating open datasets, ETD systems can be built to interoperate with other institutional data as well as with outside me ...
  • Rempel, Hannah Gascho (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2010-11)
    This article discusses findings from a longitudinal research study that examined the way graduate students carry out the literature review and how they were impacted by attending a library literature review workshop. Th ...
  • Harte, Michael J.; Campbell, Holly V.; Webster, Janet (The Coastal Society, 2010-06)
    Technological advances in the marine renewable energy industry and increased clarity about the leasing and licensing process are fostering development proposals in both state and federal waters. The ocean is becoming mo ...
  • Bridges, Laurie; Gascho Rempel, Hannah; Griggs, Kimberly (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the current state of worldwide mobile usage; mobile technologies; libraries' use of mobile technologies including a review of library mobile catalog options, both ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Butler, Barbara A. (Bowker, 2007)
    The world’s ocean and estuaries fascinate many – from oceanographers studying the deep-sea to resource managers regulating fishing seasons to children finding their first seashell on the beach. The complexity of the mari ...
  • 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 ...
  • Webster, Janet G.; Butler, Barbara A. (Bowker, 2011)
    People of all ages are intrigued by the ocean, its inhabitants, dynamics and future. Our knowledge grows, but we change the ocean as we use its resources thus creating environmental problems and management challenges. ...
  • Bahde, Anne; Smedberg, Heather (Association of College and Research Libraries, 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 (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 ...

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