Kim, Sung-Min (2015) Towards Organizing And Retrieving Classical Music Based On Functional Requirements For Bibliographic Records (FRBR).
Soyka, Heather (2015) Records As Force Multiplier: Understanding The Records Continuum As A Framework For Examining The Role Of Records In A Community.
Cheng, I-Ling (2015) Factors Affecting the Usability of Educational Portals and their Influence on the Information Practices of Pre-Collegiate Educators.
Leininger, Michele A (2015) From Librarian to Proficient Manager: The Journey of Public Library Front-Line Managers.
Sutherland, Tonia (2014) Restaging the Record: The Role of Contemporary Archives in Safeguarding and Preserving Performance as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Mattern, Eleanor (2014) The Replevin Process In Government Archives: Recovery And The Contentious Question Of Ownership.
Rodriguez, Elisabeth (2014) Information-Seeking Behavior and the Intercultural Learning Process: Experiences of International Graduate Students from China: A Qualitative Sense-Making Case Study.
Yue, Zhen (2014) Investigating Search Processes In Collaborative Exploratory Web Search.
Lincoln, Gerald (2014) The Information Literacy Competencies Of Evangelical Pastors: A Study Of Sermon Preparation.
Al-Issa, Reham (2013) Concepts Of Information Literacy And Information Literacy Standards Among Undergraduate Students In Public And Private Universities In The State Of Kuwait.
Ceja, Janet (2013) Informal Records And The Autochthonous Preservation Of The Fiesta Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe In Rural Mexico.
PARK, JONG DO (2013) Automated Question Triage For Social Reference: A Study Of Adopting Decision Factors From Digital Reference.
Lu, Chi-Jung (2012) Accidental Discovery Of Information On The User-defined Social Web: A Mixed-method Study.
FOWLER, PAMELA (2012) Copyright, Fair Use, And The Teach Act: Opinions And Practices Of Academic Libraries And Librarians.
Blanco-Rivera, Joel A. (2012) Archives as Agents of Accountability and Justice: An Examination of the National Security Archive in the Context of Transitional Justice in Latin America.
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