The faculty and professional staff of the Libraries, Press, and Copyright Office advance the creation of knowledge for the global community through provision and preservation of scholarly information resources; teaching of information literacy; research in library, archival, and information sciences; and the development of dynamic physical and virtual learning environments.
The Libraries Faculty and Staff Creative Materials series contains creative materials (e.g. learning objects, tutorials, workshops, etc.) created by members of the faculty and staff of the Libraries.
Any questions or concerns about this series should be directed to the Purdue e-Pubs Administrator (email@example.com).
Submissions from 2016
Competitive Intelligence for MBA Students: Credit Courses, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr
Navigating Business Resources Using Concept Maps, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr
Submissions from 2015
Submissions from 2014
Collection Development in the Context of Research Data, Michael Witt, Courtney Earl Matthews, Nastasha Johnson, Amy Barton, Charlotte Erdmann, and Marianne Stowell Bracke
Submissions from 2013
Applied DMP Consultation Workshop, Lisa Zilinski
Data Management Planning Consultation Workshop, Lisa Zilinski
Submissions from 2012
Reconceptualizing and Renovating an Academic Business Library: The Parrish Library of Management & Economics, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr and Tomalee Doan
Papers from 2011
Geopolitics: A Guide to the Issues, Bert Chapman
Purdue Libraries in Second Life, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr, Monica Kirkwood, and Victoria Thomas
Submissions from 2010
Information Literacy, Changing Spaces, & Changing Perceptions, Hal P. Kirkwood Jr
Papers from 2008
Introduction to Institutional Data Repositories Workshop, Michael Witt and Melissa Cragin
Preparing Batch Deposits for Digital Commons Repositories, Michael Witt and Mark P. Newton
Papers from 2007
The EAS Library Through the Ages, Carolyn J. Laffoon, Michael J. Fosmire, and Christopher C. Miller