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Saying "yes" to your Career
(Chandos Publishing, 2009)
Cataloging tool that finds variable and fixed MARC fields (bibliographic and authority data), language codes, geographic area codes, publication country ...
User Perceptions and Virtual Reference Services
As academic librarians embrace the Internet as an appropriate medium for information exchange, communication, and instruction, college and university students are also becoming more familiar and comfortable with emerging ...
WSU Wizard using EXCEL
An EXCEL macro was developed at Washington State University to standardize titles generated by the integrated library system. This macro will remove initial articles such as "A, An and The" and remove the period at the end ...
Hip-Hop Mundial: Latino Voices, Global Hip-Hop, and the Academy
(SALALM Secretariat, Latin American Library, Tulane University., 2014)
Exhibit: Census 2010; How We Count America
An exhibit, Census 2010; How We Count America was displayed in the Terrell Library Atrium March 12-Apr. 2, 2010
Research Group Data Archive, 1985-2018
Included here are two parallel archives, one of raw spectral DATA and the other of spectral ANALYSIS. There is a small number of other spectra, such as of positron lifetimes, x-ray diffractograms, “DATA” contains raw ...
Pollution Abatement R&D Investment Under Different Market Structures and Regulatory Regimes
In this dissertation, I explore how the incentives for firms to invest in green technology are affected by changes in market structure and regulation. In the first chapter, I use an entry-deterrence model in which the ...
"DIVINE" INTERVENTION: JAPANESE AND AMERICAN CHRISTIAN NARRATIVES OF THE PACIFIC WAR, THE ATOMIC BOMBINGS, AND THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION
In 1995, American public opinion rallied around the sacrosanct "Good War" and its atomic culmination above Hiroshima and Nagasaki. When the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum contemplated an inclusion of the ...
Unusual Campaign: NGOs' Long Battle to End Contra Aid
In April 1985 the Reagan administration asked for $14 million in nonmilitary Contra aid. The House of Representatives rejected the request by a vote of 215 to 213. Shocked CIA director William Casey credited non-governmental ...