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Cultural background influences information-seeking behaviors and verbal and non-verbal communication styles in reference encounters and in our interactions with library staff. Recognizing these differences will help us create an inclusive work...
2003-04 (iso8601)
Cultural background influences information-seeking behaviors and verbal and non-verbal communication styles both in reference encounters and in our interactions with colleagues on the library staff. Recognizing these differences will help us...
2005-04 (iso8601)
We are all keenly aware that serials prices continue to grow faster than the rate of inflation, stretching library budgets this and every year. Online access has also increased to the point that our serials environment is a confusing place for...
2005-08-22T13:37:35Z (iso8601)
Writing literacy, in the form of Writing Intensive Curricula or Writing Across the Curriculum, has made significant inroads in undergraduate education, and is now often required for graduation. As library faculty increase collaborative teaching...
2005 (iso8601)
After 4 years of revisions, a collaborative project involving library and counselor education faculty on evaluating child/adolescent literature for therapeutic use has made the leap to the World Wide Web. Originally designed as a paper and pencil...
2004 (iso8601)
Presentation on Oregon State University's efforts to build an Institutional Repository with a focus on establishing buy-in, customization, and future directions. Presented as part of a panel entitled "Managing Digital Assets: the Promise of IRs"...
2005-10-04T21:33:27Z (iso8601)
2004-11 (iso8601)
Czech libraries have undergone significant changes since the fall of communism in 1989. All facets of Czech librarianship have been affected and continue to evolve as the country adopts international practices and standards. OSU catalog...
2005-11-17T21:27:12Z (iso8601)
Librarians at Oregon State University Libraries perceive that there is a disconnection between the organization of libraries’ information resources and the way our users search for information. Librarians are curious to learn how users of OSU...
2006-04-12T16:17:08Z (iso8601)
Consists of 12 PowerPoint presentations created for a course in subject analysis taught at Charles University, Prague, in 2005. Topics covered include subject heading construction, classification, shelf listing, and subject authority work, with...
2006-04-18T13:44:20Z (iso8601)
Section I contains an introduction to the subject of Scientific Evidence Review. Section II reviews Oregon state mandates to use “best available science” in policymaking and summarizes ODF efforts to address these mandates. Section III provides an...
2006-04-18T16:26:34Z (iso8601)
Describes efforts at Oregon State University to combat serials inflation through involvement of faculty in a Scholarly Communication Task Force. Includes brief discussion of context of scholarly communication crisis and information about the...
2006-04-21T17:55:04Z (iso8601)
Over 70 percent of college students both use and report that they like using CMS (Course Management Systems), according to a 2005 ECAR survey. As librarians we have the opportunity to reach our large number of courseware users by integrating our...
2006-04-27T22:49:13Z (iso8601)
In schools at every level, teachers and administrators are under pressure to demonstrate how effective they are by showing exactly what it is their students are learning. These pressures have fueled campus-wide assessment efforts at schools across...
2006-05-05T23:43:05Z (iso8601)
Once the purview of the geeks and the early adopters, social software applications like blogs and wikis have made their way into the mainstream. And it seems that every day more tools emerge: social bookmarking, citation-sharing, RSS and more....
2006-05-16T17:58:55Z (iso8601)
The summary data reports academic standing of undergraduate students at the end of each term, Fall 2001 (200201) through Winter 2006 (200602) showing academic reinstatements as of the beginning of the term, arranged by class.
2006-06-06T23:14:29Z (iso8601)
Butterfly bush (Buddleja davidii), an ornamental native to China, is an invasive species in Oregon and many other areas. In Oregon, butterfly bush invades disturbed areas, particularly riparian areas. The Oregon nursery industry has the highest...
2006-06-19T22:19:50Z (iso8601)
Power reduction can be achieved at many different levels, such as architecture, algorithm, logic, and transistor levels in circuit design. This thesis focuses on low power scheduling at the algorithm level. We present a latency-constrained...
2006-07-25T16:15:34Z (iso8601)
Libraries represent a complex “information system.” Librarians understand the nature of this system and, working collaboratively with engineering faculty, can make this system more accessible to undergraduate chemical engineering students. The...
2004-11-10 (iso8601)
This poster session presents the results of the authors' survey of chemical engineering students from 20 institutions with student chapters of AIChE. The students were asked to rate their fluency in using several key library resources for chemical...
2005-06-13 (iso8601)
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 State University discuss...
2006-08-01T13:46:49Z (iso8601)
In the spring of 2005 Oregon State University librarians conducted an undergraduate survey and focus groups that confirmed Reeb and Gibbons’ assertion that our students want library sources targeted to their specific courses. In response to this...
2006-06-24 (iso8601)
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