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Clear as Glass: A Combined List of Print and Electronic Journals in the Knowledge Base
(Haworth Press, 2008)
The non-standard practice at Cowles Library at Drake University has been to display electronic journals and some print journals in the Knowledge Base while simultaneously listing print journals and some electronic journals ...
"Active learning and cooperative learning: understanding the difference and using both styles effectively"
(Elsevier Science, Inc., 2000)
Active learning is any teaching method that gets students actively involved; cooperative learning is one variety of active learning which structures students into groups with defined roles for each student and a task for ...
"The Academic mission and copyright law: are these values in conflict?"
If the academic mission of a university is to foster teaching and research, and the purpose of copyright is to "promote the sciences and useful arts," where is the conflict? It is in the day-to-day use of copyrighted ...
"What one person can do: a theory of personal involvement in establishing library-faculty partnerships"
Centers on some of the theoretical and philosophical concerns that are encountered in the process of establishing librarian-teacher-faculty relationships. These thoughts should be of interest to those (particularly librarians) ...
Public school libraries: their history, curriculum, and impact on student achievement
(Kennedy-Western University, 2005-02)
This dissertation explores the development of public school libraries from their origins in the late 18th century in New England to today’s dynamic, modern places where students and faculty use 21st century technology to ...