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Faculty Research Publications (Libraries)

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Faculty Research Publications (Libraries)


To deposit articles to this collection, please use the Article Deposit Form.

This collection was established in 2005 and includes published articles written by faculty and staff of the Oregon State University Libraries. A few papers published by library faculty have been added retrospectively (back to 1991).

Faculty and staff at OSU Libraries consider "Open Access" to their research and scholarship a priority. In addition to this collection you will find one for "Presentations and Posters (OSU Libraries)" and for "Reports and White Papers (OSU Libraries)."

If you are aware of an article authored by an OSU Libraries employee but do not find it here, please contact the author using the staff directory and request that information about it be deposited.

Oversight of this collection is assigned to the Library Faculty Association "ScholarsArchive Coordinator." The FY 2015-2016 coordinator is Jane Nichols jane[dot]nichols[at]oregonstate[dot]edu

Recent Submissions

  • Zhang, Hui; Jackson, Korey (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016-11)
    The emergence of altmetrics has drawn the attention of academic libraries as a new and effective approach for capturing the types of impact often ignored by traditional citation-based metrics. At Oregon State University ...
  • Boock, Michael; Zhang, Hui; Clark, Erin (Pacific University Libraries, 2016-11-03)
    INTRODUCTION: Academic libraries have experimented with a variety of services to encourage article deposit to institutional repositories, with varying degrees of success. Universities now face the challenge of meeting fe ...
  • Robertshaw, M. Brooke (2016-09-19)
    A survey of workplace climate surveys for libraries. The document includes a brief description, information about costs, positive reasons to use the survey or service, a url where available, and questions or sample quest ...
  • Fernández, Natalia (Taylor & Francis, 2016-08-11)
    When multicultural educators and archivists collaborate to design projects that engage students with multicultural history through archival research, students can learn in-depth research skills with primary source docume ...
  • Filar Williams, Beth; Folkman, Michelle (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    Recent trends in librarianship point to themes of crafters, artisans, and makers in library spaces. The American Library Association’s Center for the Future of Libraries includes the Maker Movement as one of its trends ...