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  • Parks, Bonnie (2005-05-31)
    Presentation discusses options for providing access to electronic journals within aggregated packages.
  • Chang, Grace; Whitmire, Amanda L. (Optical Society of America, 2009)
    Optical closure is essential for the determination of biogeochemical properties from ocean color remote sensing information. Mie scattering theory, a radiative transfer model, and a semi-analytical inversion algorithm we ...
  • Boock, Michael; Kunda, Sue (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
    In July 2005, the Oregon State University Libraries began accepting electronic versions of student theses and dissertations into ScholarsArchive@OSU, the library’s institutional repository. By January 2007, all Oregon St ...
  • Webster, Janet G. (International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, 1994)
    The endangered salmon crisis in the Pacific Northwest has researchers scouring the scientific and institutional literature for data, analysis and information. The accessible publications are the foundation for much of t ...
  • Wilkinson, Richenda (2006-02-01)
    This bibliography focuses on works that will provide the reader with supplemental resources on the history of ethnic minorities in Oregon. An effort has been made to highlight materials that are particularly appropriate ...
  • Rempel, Hannah; Buck, Stefanie; Deitering, Anne-Marie (The John Hopkins University Press, 2013-10)
    Students today perform research in a disintermediated environment, which often allows them to struggle directly with the process of selecting research tools and choosing scholarly sources. The authors conducted a qualita ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bridges, Laurie M. (Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 2009)
  • Boock, Michael (International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication, 2007-12-13)
    Oregon State University’s recent response to the crisis in scholarly communications recognizes that teaching faculty must be involved in communicating an appropriate response to their faculty colleagues. As authors, edit ...
  • 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 ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2013)
    A broad definition of forestry would include the study of trees, forests, and the habitat they provide as well as their use by people. Modern “science-based” forestry began in the nineteenth century, when Europeans look ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2011)
    A broad definition of forestry would include the study of trees, forests, and the habitat they provide as well as their use by people. Modern “science-based” forestry began in the nineteenth century, when Europeans look ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2009)
    A broad definition of forestry would include the study of trees, forests, and the habitat they provide as well as their use by people. Modern, "science-based" forestry began in the nineteenth century when Europeans looke ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2005)
    A broad definition of forestry would include the study of trees and forests and their use by people. Modern or "science-based" forestry began in the nineteenth century when Europeans looked to specialists to address ques ...
  • Forestry 
    Avery, Bonnie E. (Bowker, 2007)
    A broad definition of forestry would include the study of trees and forests and their use by people. Modern, "science-based" forestry began in the nineteenth century when Europeans looked for specialists who could addres ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rempel, Hannah Gascho; Hussong-Christian, Uta; Mellinger, Margaret (Elsevier, 2011-08-17)
    Focus group methodology was used to investigate graduate students' cross-campus technology, space and service needs. Although the library provides valued services and spaces, graduate students need enhanced and more equi ...
  • Pollitz, John H.; Christie, Anne (E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship, 2006-08)
    Recent publications about the rising cost of college textbooks by the Public Interest Research and the US Government Accountability Office have caused student groups across the country to explore novel ways to address th ...

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