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From outreach to engagement: An actor-network-theory analysis of attracting Spanish-speaking participants to public programming.

Ph.D.

Assessment of Information Literacy Instruction.

M.L.I.S.

Leaving librarianship: A study of the determinants and consequences of occupational turnover.

Ph.D.

Ephemeral material: Developing a critical archival practice.

Ph.D.

Exploring the experiences of upper elementary school children who are intrinsically motivated to seek information.

Ph.D.

Perceptions of academic library development officers regarding their work in fund raising.

Ed.D.

Collaboration in the elementary setting while introducing the Big6 research process and a pathfinder.

M.Ed.

A systematic evaluation of search methods, search reporting, and selection methods of reviews of physical activity interventions to prevent obesity.

M.P.H.

A most pleasant comedy of Mucedorus.

M.A.

How do you own an idea? How faculty understand copyrighted materials they use in teaching and research.

Ph.D.

Found in translation: A mixed methods study of decision making by U.S. editors who acquire children's books for translation.

Ph.D.

Web 2.0 definition, usage, and self-efficacy: A study of graduate library school students and academic librarians at colleges and universities with ALA accredited degree programs.

Ph.D.

The relationship between social identity and role performance among academic librarians.

Ph.D.

The academic library building in the digital age: A study of new library construction and planning, design, and use of new library space.

Ed.D.

Motivation and discourse in a literate environment: A case study of a Young Adult library.

Ph.D.

Reference librarians' perceptions of chat reference: An exploration of the factors effecting implementation.

Ph.D.

Student perceptions and expectations of library services quality and user satisfaction at Walters State Community College.

Ed.D.

Conceptualizing oral documents.

Ph.D.

An automatic method for classifying medical researchers into domain specific subgroups.

Ph.D.

The development processes of the Second LifeRTM librarians.

Ed.D.