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Collecting Sex Materials for Libraries
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2017-02-21)
This article analyzes data gathered over a year-long survey of library employees’ opinions of sexually related materials in library collections. Surveys generally examine patron attitudes rather than the attitudes of library ...
Open Education, Open Opportunities
To Whom Are We Listening? Measuring the Pulse of Geography Education Research, 2010
(Gilbert M. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2017)
This study analyzes citations from thirty-six articles published in volume 34 (2010) of the Journal of Geography in Higher Education (JGHE). This is one of the dominant publications in the suite of international journals ...
Social Media as Everyday Practice: Reflections on Multiplicitous ~ Becoming ~ Activist
(Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, 2017)
Highlighting my own daily social media practices as an example, I will unpack the various tensions and possibilities associated with being a scholar and social media activist as everyday practice. In what I refer to as ...
Nomadic Subjectivity: Movement in contemporary student development theory
(Thresholds in Education, 2017)
This essay opens space for movement in higher education~student affairs by using post-structural philosophy as a counterweight to balance the corpus of student development theories that create and inscribe in/dividualized ...
Patron Preferences: Recreational Reading in an Academic Library
(The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2017-01)
Research background and method In 2014, Sam Houston State University Library librarians distributed a survey to students, faculty and staff to better understand how the university community was using library materials for ...