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Submissions from 2021
Teaching with Data in the Social Sciences: The Purdue Report, Jane Yatcilla, Clarence Maybee, Bethany McGowan, Gang Shao, and D Trevor Burrows
Submissions from 2018
Marketing Study of Parrish Library of Management and Economics, Shan Lin, Bhuvan Jindal, Mrithula Suresh Babu, Kelly Adams, Tanner Mellon, Sairam Venkatasubramanian, and Alexander Batta
Submissions from 2015
Final Report for 2015 ER&L + EBSCO Library Fellowship Research Project, Tao Zhang and Xi Niu
Submissions from 2014
A Crowdsourced Library Help System, Tao Zhang and Ilana Stonebraker
Submissions from 2013
Participatory Design of Purdue University’s Active Learning Center Final Report, Nancy Fried Foster, Teresa Balser, Rae Lynn Boes, Dianna Deputy, William Ferrall, Michael Fosmire, Jeremy R. Garritano, Amanda Gill, Vicki Killion, Monica Kirkwood, Clarence Maybee, Kristen Twardowski, Jane Yatcilla, and Tao Zhang
Submissions from 2012
Databib: IMLS LG-46-11-0091-11 Final Report (White Paper), Michael Witt and Michael J. Giarlo