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Submissions from 2014

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Matching Staff and Projects, Ruth E. Bryan

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Building Future Researchers: Training High School Research Academy Students in the Use of Academic Medical Library Electronic Resources, Mary Congleton

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Get Animated! Creating a Memorable Library Welcome with PowToon, Beth Fuchs

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The Writing is on the Wall: Using Padlet for Whole-Class Engagement, Beth Fuchs

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Using Exploratory Image Searching to Invite Inquiry into the Student Research Experience, Beth Fuchs

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What Do You See? Image Searching for Research Topic Selection and Development, Beth Fuchs

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Technology Telling Stories: Library Instruction Perspectives from an Information Literacy Librarian and an Archivist, Beth Fuchs and Jaime Marie Burton

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From Print to Electronic: Using the Open Journal System to Publish an E-Journal, Antoinette Paris Greider

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Investigation of Historical Japanese Paper: An Experiment to Recreate Recycled Paper from 18th-19th Century Japan, Kazuko Hioki

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Partnership between Library and Graduate School for Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Adrian K. Ho

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Capturing Collective Updates and Upgrades: Using OCLC WorldShare MARC Record Delivery at University of Kentucky Libraries, Julene L. Jones

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Global Data Change: Overview, Tips and Tricks [2014], Julene L. Jones

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A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Information Literacy in First-Year Agriculture Courses, Jason Keinsley, Beth Reeder, Lauren Robinson, and Melinda Borie

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From Adair to Woodford County and All Points In-Between, Jason Keinsley and Lauren Robinson

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Tomcat WebVoyáge Skins: So Many Possibilities, Tari Keller

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Dead Links? No Problem. We’re In This Together, Kathryn Lybarger

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Mining the Blob: There’s Gold in the Directory!, Kathryn Lybarger

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So, Who Has the WPA Historical Records Survey Publications? The ASERL Center of Excellence for the Works Progress/Work Projects Administration at the University of Kentucky, Sandra McAninch

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Meeting the Challenge of Focused Collection Development at a Federal Regional Depository, Sandra McAninch and Heath Martin

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Using a Train-the-Trainer Model and Active Learning to Reach Biology Freshmen, Valerie E. Perry, Beth Reeder, and Melinda Borie

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Straight from the Horse’s Mouth: Making Oral History Interviews Accessible, Judy Sackett and Kopana Terry

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Methods of Oral History Description, Kopana Terry

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OHMS Changes Everything: The Impact of OHMS on the Nunn Center for Oral History, Kopana Terry

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Coming Together: Successful Press, Library, Vendor Content Collaboration: A Case Study, Mary Beth Thomson

Submissions from 2013

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Enhancing Access to Oral History, Douglas A. Boyd