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 Scholarship and Research series contains scholarship by faculty and staff of the Libraries in the form of published journal articles, letters to the editor in response to published journal articles, book chapters, books, and conference proceedings.

Any questions or concerns about this series should be directed to the Purdue e-Pubs Administrator (epubs@purdue.edu).

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Submissions from 2011

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Assessing Engineering Students' Information Literacy Skills: An Alpha Version of a Multiple-choice Instrument, Ruth EH Wertz, Meagan Ross, Senay Purzer, Michael Fosmire, and Monica Cardella

Papers from 2010

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Increasing Resources in Tough Times: A New Funding Model for the Purdue University Career Wiki, George Bergstrom and Mary Dugan

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E-science, Cyberinfrastructure and the Changing Face of Scholarship: Organizing for New Models of Research Support at the Purdue University Libraries, Jake R. Carlson and Jeremy R. Garritano

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Agriculture: a review of federal and Indiana state information resources, Bert Chapman

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Energy: a review of federal and Indiana state information resources, Bert Chapman

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Transportation: a review of federal and Indiana state information resources, Bert Chapman

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Useful Government Information Resources for Public Librarians, Bert Chapman

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Data sharing, small science and institutional repositories, Melissa Cragin, Carol L. Palmer, Jake R. Carlson, and Michael Witt

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Strategically Leveraging Learning Space to Create Partnership Opportunities, Tomalee Doan and Hal Kirkwood

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Calibrated Peer Review: A New Tool for Integrating Information Literacy Skills in Writing-Intensive Large Classroom Settings., Michael Fosmire

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Trends in Chemical Information Literacy and Collection Development, 2000–2009, Jeremy R. Garritano

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Chemical Information Instruction in Academe: Who Is Leading the Charge?, Jeremy R. Garritano and F. Bartow Culp

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Information Portals: A New Tool for Teaching Information Literacy Skills, Debra Kolah and Michael Fosmire

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Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, 1992-2008, Part 1: Introducing a Bibliographic Essay in Five Parts, Lawrence J. Mykytiuk

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Annual Reports to Shareholders: Historical Collections in Libraries, Judith M. Nixon

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Liberal Arts Books on Demand: A Decade of Patron-Initiated Collection Development, Part 1, Judith M. Nixon, Kristine J. Anderson, Robert S. Freeman, Jean-Pierre Herubel, Lawrence J. Mykytiuk, and Suzanne M. Ward

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A Study of Circulation Statistics of Books on Demand: A Decade of Patron-Driven Collection Development, Part 3, Judith M. Nixon and E. Stewart Saunders

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Editorial: On Information Literacy in the Library Workforce, Sharon A. Weiner

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Information Literacy: A Call to Action, Sharon A. Weiner

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Information Literacy: A Call to Action, Sharon A. Weiner

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Information Literacy: A Neglected Core Competency, Sharon A. Weiner

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The Learning Commons as a Locus for Information Literacy, Sharon A. Weiner, Tomalee Doan, and Hal Kirkwood

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Information literacy beyond the library: The National Forum on Information Literacy, Sharon A. Weiner and Lana W. Jackman

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Using a Student-Generated Survey to Inform Planning For a User-Focused Learning Commons, Sharon A. Weiner and John Weiner

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The Learning Commons as a Locus for Information Literacy, Sharon Weiner, Tomalee Doan, and Hal Kirkwood

Submissions from 2009

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Developing Core Leadership Competencies for the Library Profession, Shorlette Ammons-Stephens, Holly J. Cole, Keisha Jenkins-Gibbs, Catherine Fraser Riehle, and William H. Weare Jr.

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Letters to the Editor, Bert Chapman and Jon Shuler

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Innovation, Creativity and Meaning: Leading in the Information Age, Tomalee Doan

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Campus career collaboration: "Do the research. Land the job.", Mary M. Dugan, George Bergstrom, and Tomalee Doan

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A Subject Librarian’s Guide to Collaborating on e-Science Projects, Jeremy R. Garritano and Jake R. Carlson

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An Introduction to Archives for Librarians, Sammie L. Morris

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Invisible Hands: Recognizing Archivists’ Work to Make Records Accessible, Sammie L. Morris and Shirley K. Rose

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Corrections and Updates to "Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 B.C.E.", Lawrence J. Mykytiuk

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A Reprise, Or Round Three: Using a Database Management Program as a Decision-Support System for the Cancellation of Serials, Judith M. Nixon

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The Right Book on the Right Shelf: Missing and Misshelved Books-- How Barcode Scanning Inventories Can Solve the Patrons' Dilemma, Judith M. Nixon

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How Scholars Work: Panning for Gold in Libraries, Judith M. Nixon and Marianne Ryan

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Librarians in the Hall: Instructional Outreach in Campus Residences, Catherine Fraser Riehle and Michael Witt

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Positioning libraries to support the goals of higher education institutions: The Peabody Academic Library Leadership Institute, Sharon A. Weiner, Patricia Senn Breivik, Timothy Caboni, and Dennis Clark

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Institutional Repositories and Research Data Curation in a Distributed Environment, Michael Witt

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Constructing Data Curation Profiles, Michael Witt, Jacob R. Carlson, Melissa Cragin, and D. Scott Brandt

Papers from 2005

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Science and Technology Libraries Partnering with Knovel, Jay W. Bhatt, W. Charles Paulsen, Lisa G. Dunn, and Amy S. Van Epps

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Preservation Considerations for Digitization of Archival Materials, Sammie L. Morris

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An Introduction to Scripting New Functionality in ILLiad, Michael Witt