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The ILE project: A scalable option for customized information literacy instruction and assessment
(Communications in Information Literacy, 2009)
With the vast amount of information available today, information literacy (IL) education is a critical component of undergraduate education necessary to prepare students for tomorrow’s world. Instructors want students to ...
The Record, volume 61, no. 3, Fall/Winter
(Friends of the Library, Washington State University, 2003)
Thinking About Technology and Change, or, "What Do You Mean It's Already 2-point-O-ver?"
(Pacific Northwest Library Association 2008 Annual Conference, 2008-08-07)
Web 2.0 and Library 2.0, including such applications as Facebook, del.icio.us, meebo, and blogger, seem to be everywhere in librarianship today. Even as libraries work to adopt these technologies, some pundits are already ...
From Babine to Yakima: Academic Libraries and Endangered Language Preservation
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2009)
The Northwest Pacific Coast is home to over 50 Native American languages, yet this area has also been identified as one of the most severe hotspots for language loss. Libraries of the Pacific Northwest have a unique role ...
ALA Annual 2009: 3M/NMRT Professional Development Grant Report
(NMRT Footnotes, 2009-08)
Managing Pacific Northwest forests for band-tailed pigeons
(Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2007)
Down and Out in Negishi: Reclusion and Struggle in an Edo Suburb
(Journal of Japanese Studies, 2009)
As administratively ambiguous zones, suburbs in early modern Japan (1600â 1868) became favored as secluded sites conducive to self-reinvention. The community occupying Negishi in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries ...
The impact of electronic journals on use of print in geology.
(American Library Association, 2009-01)
This study examines the use of geology journals at Washington State University (WSU), before and after electronic access was provided, to determine if the use of the print collection increased as in the previous studies ...