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Submissions from 2017

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Pre-Print: Measuring Perceptual (In)Congruence between Information Service Providers and Users, Crystal Boyce

Submissions from 2016

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Peoria's Early Cycling History, Chris Sweet

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WGLT Interview: History of Cycling in Central Illinois, Christopher Sweet

Submissions from 2015

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Seeking Social Justice in the ACRL Framework, Andrew Battista, Dave Ellenwood, Lua Gregory, Shana Higgins, Yasmin Sokkar Harker, Jeff Lilburn, and Chris Sweet

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Library as Publisher: A New Initiative for RUSA?, Elizabeth Boatright, Crystal Boyce, Sarah Espinosa, Angela Kent, and Rebecca Marrall

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ALA Emerging Leaders Poster Presentation 2015, Elizabeth Boatright, Crystal Boyce, Sarah Espinosa, Rebecca Marrall, and Angela Kent

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Pre-Print - Secret Shopping as User Experience Assessment Tool, Crystal Boyce

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Secret Shopping as User Experience Assessment Tool, Crystal Boyce

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The Alchemy of Open: Ideas, Discovery and Action, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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A Survey of Campus Coordinators of Undergraduate Research Programs, Merinda Hensley, Sarah Shreeves, and Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Digital Preservation Strategies for a Small Private College, Meg Miner

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The Forgotten Contributions of Central Illinois to the Bicycle Boom of the 1890s, Chris Sweet

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The History of Cycling in Illinois, Chris Sweet

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Developing the Writing-Information Literacy Nexus: Results of a Three-Year Illinois Wesleyan Mellon Grant, Chris Sweet and Joel Haefner

Submissions from 2014

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Practice Makes Perfect: Updating Borrowing Policies and Practices at a Small Academic Library, Crystal Boyce

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Practice Makes Perfect: Updating borrowing policies and procedures at a small academic library, Crystal Boyce

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What’s in the box? Introducing research environments to first-year students, Crystal Boyce

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Celebrating Open Access Week: Scholarly Communication Initiatives in Academic Libraries, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Getting to Gobsmacked: Faculty, Students & Open Access, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Weaving the threads: Scholarly communication and information literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Teresa Fishel, and Merinda Hensley

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Cultivating Creators: Copyright in the Classroom, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Molly Keener

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Moments Musicaux: episodes in 150 years of music at Illinois Wesleyan University, Robert Delvin

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A Survey of Library Support for Formal Undergraduate Research Programs, Merinda Hensley, Sarah Shreeves, and Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Starting from Scratch: Meaningful Integration of Information Literacy through Collaborative Course and Assignment Design, Chris Sweet and Meghan Burke

Submissions from 2013

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The Value of Library Publishing & Undergraduate Education, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication: Mutually Exclusive or Naturally Symbiotic?, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Kim Duckett, Julia Gelfand, and Cathy Palmer

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Library Publishing and Undergraduate Education: Strategies for Collaboration, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Michael Seeborg, and Isaac Gilman

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Service-Learning and Information Literacy: Creating Powerful Synergies, Christopher Sweet

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Digital Data Capture for Small and Mid-Sized Institutions, Lynne Thomas and Meg Miner

Submissions from 2012

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Engaging Undergraduates in Scholarly Communication, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Publishing & Pedagogy: Extending the Capstone Experience, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Springboard to Awareness: Student Publishing & Intellectual Entrepreneurship, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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The Swahili Expressive Arts Collection: Exploring Methods, Ethics and Perception, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Promoting Active Learning through Undergraduate Economics Journals, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Robert Leekley, and Michael Seeborg

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A View from the Trenches: Current Digitization Activities of Illinois Academic Libraries, Eben English, Ellen Corrigan, and Meg Miner

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Creating a Records Management Program at Illinois Wesleyan University, Meg Miner

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"Illinois" and "Richard the Raker", Christopher Sweet

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Intellectual Property and Attribution in a Cross-Cultural Context: Understanding International Students’ Attitudes Towards Citation and Plagiarism, Christopher Sweet

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Selecting, Implementing and Teaching a Web-Scale Discovery Tool, Christopher Sweet

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S.O.P.A., P.I.P.A and O.P.E.N.: What’s the Big Deal?, Christopher Sweet

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The Role of Information Literacy in Service Learning Courses: A Case Study and Best Practices, Christopher Sweet

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Wikipedia’s Success and the Rise of the Amateur-Expert, Christopher Sweet

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Disruption and Disintermediation: A Review of the Collection Development and Management Literature, 2009 and 2010, Marcia Thomas

Submissions from 2011

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Illuminating Undergraduate Scholarship and Creative Activity: The Illinois Wesleyan Experience, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Intellectual Entrepreneurship & Library Publishing Programs, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Completing the Research Cycle: The role of libraries in the publication and dissemination of undergraduate student research, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Merinda Hensley, and Sarah Shreeves

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Collecting Campus Culture: Collaborations and Collisions, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Meg Miner

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Beyond the Basics: How Can Librarians Teach What We Truly Care About?, Christopher Sweet

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Departing the Desk: Reference, Change and the Art of Letting Go, Christopher Sweet, Sue Stroyan, and Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter: What Faculty Tell Us about How Our Collections Support Student Learning, Marcia Thomas

Submissions from 2010

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Digital Commons Initiatives at The Ames Library, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Evaluating the Impact of the Swahili Expressive Arts Collection, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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From Education to Preservation: Emerging Institutional Repository Services in the Scholarship Lifecycle: Peer Review & Publishing, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Human Rights Reference Sources: A Critical Annotated Bibliography, Chad Kahl and Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Women’s Health Guides [Review Article], Meg Miner

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Nurturing Failure: Creating a risk-tolerant library culture that embraces change and innovation, Christopher Sweet

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Wikipedia and the Making of a (Wo)Man: Biographical Construction in the Digital Age, Christopher Sweet

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Writing and Refining Information Literacy Learning Outcomes, Christopher Sweet

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Going Green to Save Some Green: Library Contributions to Campus Sustainability, Christopher Sweet and Meg Miner

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Towards an Information Literacy Continuum: Examining the High School to College Research Transition, Christopher Sweet, Amanda Pilgrim, and Dana Convery

Submissions from 2009

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Capturing Student Content: The IWU Story, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Shape-Notes, “The Sacred Harp” and the Hollow Square: an American Musical Tradition., Robert Delvin

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Overhauling Interlibrary Loan Procedures at a Small Community College to Increase Efficiency and Decrease Waste, Christopher Sweet

Emergency Response Planning in College Libraries, Marcia Thomas

Submissions from 2008

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Analog, Digital and In-Between: Managing Transitions in the Media Center, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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The Case for Chick Lit in Academic Libraries, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Focus on Students in the Institutional Repository: Building Bridges from the Past to the Future, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Karen Schmidt

Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music: a chronicle of events and persons, 1863-2005, Robert C. Delvin

Approaches to Selection, Access, and Collection Development in the Web World: A Case Study with Fugitive Literature, Karen Schmidt, Wendy Shelburne, and David Vess

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Nurturing Failure: Re-conceptualizing library leadership to embrace change and encourage innovation, Christopher Sweet

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Video Games and the Da Vinci Code: Effective use of Multimedia in Information Literacy Instruction and Tutorials, Christopher Sweet

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Following the Public’s Lead: What Public Libraries Do Better Than Academic Libraries, Christopher Sweet and Aimee Dziekan

Submissions from 2007

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Assessing Teaching and Learning with Digital Collections, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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Analyzing the Dynamics of Race with Information & Visual Literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Kira Banks

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An Ounce of Different Is Worth a Pound of Same: Sustaining rich collections by adapting what we know & learning skills we need, Karen Schmidt

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Library Technology, Gadgets & Paraphernalia, Karen Schmidt

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Feast and Famine: A statewide science serial collection assessment in Illinois, Karen Schmidt, Tina Chrzastowski, Naun Chiat, and Michael Norman

Should mySpace be your space? Social Networking and Academic Libraries, Christopher Sweet

Staying Safe in Cyberspace: Guidelines for Academic Libraries, Christopher Sweet

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John Wesley Powell: White Water to White City, Marcia L. Thomas

Submissions from 2006

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Collecting Fugitive Literature: Bringing Collection Development Expertise into the Digital Age, Karen Schmidt, Wendy Shelburne, and David Vess

Submissions from 2004

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Teaching, Learning and Research: Linking High School Teachers to Information Literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

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John Wesley Powell: An Annotated Bibliography, Marcia Thomas

Submissions from 2003

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Community Connections for Teacher Information Literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Lisa Payne

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Community Connections for Teacher Information Literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Lisa Payne

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Handout for Community Connections for Teacher Information Literacy, Stephanie Davis-Kahl and Lisa Payne

Submissions from 2002

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Partnership for a Community Cancer Information Center, Marcia Thomas

Submissions from 2000

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Lecture/Recital ; Henry Erben, American Organ Builder, 1800-1884, Robert Delvin

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A Tale of Two Organs: Henry Erben and Apalachicola, Florida, Robert C. Delvin

Submissions from 1999

Erben Organs of Trintiy Episcopal Church, Apalachicola, Florida, Robert Delvin

Documents from 1990

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Education for Acquisitions: A History, Karen Schmidt

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Education for Acquisitions: A History, Karen Schmidt