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  • The World Civilizations library assignment: Development and analysis 

    Johnson, Corey M.; Spitzer, Alice (World History Connected, 2005)
    In 1986 a faculty group at Washington State University (WSU) embarked on a project that resulted in a new requirement for all prospective graduates of the university, a two-semester sequence in World Civilizations (Gen Ed ...
  • Volunteers in Libraries: Program Structure, Evaluation, and Theoretical Analysis 

    Nicol, Erica A.; Johnson, Corey M. (Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2008)
    Volunteers have had a major impact on libraries throughout U.S. history. The rapid changes in the information world of the last decade serve as a catalyst for evaluation of library programs including those for volunteers. ...
  • Why We Do What We Do: Exploring Priorities within Public Services Librarianship 

    Johnson, Corey M.; Lindsay, Elizabeth Blakesley (portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2006-07)
    Public services librarians perform an increasingly diverse set of duties, and this study explores which job components are most important to librarians. The researchers surveyed public services librarians at ARL libraries ...