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Saying "yes" to your Career
(Chandos Publishing, 2009)
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 ...
When is online not enough? A comparison of the print and online versions of 14 veterinary journal from 13 different vendors/publishers
(Veterinary Science Library, Szent Istvan University, Budapest, Hungary (with the support of the Ministry of Education), 2003-08)
As more and more journals are made available in online format, the question arises "When is online enough?" During these times of stagnant journal budgets, rising inflation, and a growing preference of library users for ...
Print versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: what's going on here?
(American Library Association, 2004-09)
In 2003, an evaluation of journal use statistics at Washington State University was undertaken to determine if the selection of electronic journals in the Owen Science and Engineering Library was changing student and ...
Reaching Your Local History Patrons Through the Web: Palouse Digital Project
(Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association Joint Conference, 4/18/2008)
PowerPoint presentation of the development of the Palouse Digital Project, a digital collection of text, maps, photos, and other resources on the Palouse Bioregion of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, USA. The database ...
Graphic Novels in Academic Libraries: From Maus to Manga and Beyond
This article addresses graphic novels and their growing popularity in academic libraries. Graphic novels are increasingly used as instructional resources, and they play an important role in supporting the recreational ...
A visual journey through Leonard and Virginia Woolf’s personal library and other Woolf related collections at the Washington State University Libraries
Shortly after Leonard Woolf’s death in 1969, Washington State University purchased the bulk of Leonard and Virginia Woolf’s personal, working library: some 9,912 books. Since this initial acquisition, librarians in the ...
Cool Tools: Online Productivity Resources
An overview of resources that are freely available on the Web that can expand your personal and professional productivity, including EverNote, online document creation storage and sharing services, social bookmarking, and ...
An introduction to scholarly open access