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Are Serials Worth Their Weight in Knowledge? A Value Study
(Journal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier), 2015-09)
The researchers aimed to use qualitative measures to define value as applied to print and electronic serial publications held at Sam Houston State University. Researchers examined faculty key activities—namely, Research, ...
Higher education as a human right: Comparing early college approaches to university access for racial minority students in Costa Rica and the United States
(Current Issues in Education, 2015)
Despite the United Nations emphasis on Education as a human right for all world citizens, access to higher education by students representing traditionally marginalized racial minority groups, particularly those of African ...
School Size and Incidents of Violence among Texas Middle Schools
(Journal of Educational Issues, 2015)
Although many studies have been conducted regarding (a) school violence in middle schools and (b) the size of schools, to date, no researcher appears to have examined the role that the size of the middle school plays in ...
The US Hispanic Flapper: Pelonas and Flapperismo in US Spanish-Language Newspapers 1920-1929
(American Humor Studies Association, 2015-07)
Mexican exile journalist Julio Arce’s chronicles “Todo se arregla con money” (1924), “Cosas del Exhibition Day” (1924), and “La estenógrafa” (1925) are analyzed for their farcical portrayal of the 1920s Modern Girl, who ...
Ready, Set, Hire! Perceptions of new technical services librarian preparedness
(Library Leadership & Management, 2015)
Previous studies have investigated technical services librarian job availability and preparedness, but have not compared library administrators’ and librarians’ assessments of entry-level technical services librarian ...
Biz of Acq - LibGuides: Changing the Game for Technical Services Procedures & Policies
(Against the Grain, 2015-09)