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Faculty-Librarian Micro-Level Collaboration in an Online Graduate History Course
(Elsevier (Journal of Academic Librarianship), 2013-11)
This paper describes a micro-level faculty-librarian collaboration implemented at the authors' state university to address students' information literacy deficiencies in a graduate-level history research methods course. ...
Scholarly Communication Outside the R1: Measuring Faculty and Graduate Student Knowledge and Interest at a Doctoral/Professional University
(Pacific University Libraries (Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication), 2021)
This study explores the baseline knowledge and interest of faculty and graduate students at a Carnegie-classified Doctoral/Professional University regarding different components of scholarly communication. A survey was ...
Where’s the EASY Button? Uncovering E-Book Usability
E-book platforms have multiplied among vendors and publishers, complicating not only acquisitions and collection development decisions, but also the user experience. Using a methodology of task-based user testing, the ...
Open Education, Open Opportunities
Higher Education and Emerging Technologies: Student Usage, Preferences, and Lessons for Library Services
(Reference and User Services Association of the American Library Association (Reference & User Services Quarterly), 2011)
This study examines the utilization and preference of popular Internet and communication technologies among students at Sam Houston State University (SHSU), a Carnegie Research Doctoral university in East Texas. The ...
Institutional repository promotion: Current practices and opinions in Texas academia
(New Review of Academic Librarianship, 2019-04-26)
Promoting an institutional repository (IR) to both faculty and end-users can be challenging. We surveyed academic libraries with an IR in Texas, and asked both library administrators and IR managers about their efforts to ...
Rethinking the Role of Circulation Staff in Academic Libraries
(Taylor & Francis, International Information & Library Review, 2021-04)
The traditional functions of Access Services shrink as many academic libraries see physical circulation rates continue to decline, but the need for staff trained in customer service skills does not diminish. This column ...
SHSU Recreational Reading Survey
This online survey was sent to Sam Houston State University students, faculty, and staff on April 2, 2014 on behalf of several SHSU librarians. The purpose of the survey was to gain insight into recreational reading habits ...
Impostor Phenomenon and Skills Confidence among Scholarly Communications Librarians in the United States
(ACRL (College & Research Libraries), 2021)
This survey-based study sought to measure the experience of impostor phenomenon among library personnel supporting scholarly communications in academic libraries in the United States. Additionally, the survey sought to ...
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 ...