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    • The Writer's Voice: The Sound Recordings of Katherine Anne Porter 

      Cartier, Eric (2017-06-08)
      The Texan-born American writer Katherine Anne Porter made sound recordings of her readings, conference speeches, classroom lectures, interviews, public ceremonies, and personal telephone conversations. Paul Porter, Jr., ...
    • Make and Remake: Adapting Library Makerspaces to Meet Institutional Needs 

      Soergel, Elizabeth; Banyas, Kelly (2017-06-19)
      Makerspaces have become a mainstay in many universities in the United States. At the University of Maryland (UMD), there are a variety of makerspaces available to the university community, including in private labs, ...
    • Using Chronicling America: Genealogy 

      Pike, Robin C.; McElrath, Douglas (2016)
      This brochure is to be distributed by institutions, and to be used to assist genealogists in using Chronicling America, the Library of Congress database that hosts newspapers. This brochure was created by the Co-Principal ...
    • Wild to Wildscape: Designing the Urban Wild 

      LaGue, Renee (2017)
      Urban wasteland, terrain vague, postindustrial site, urban wild and wildscape: these are but a few of the terms describing sites which have been disturbed by humans and contain novel or spontaneous vegetation. In this ...
    • The Contemporary Local Market: Creating a Network of Food Distribution 

      Shanklin, Eli William (2017)
      During the United Nations’ 1996 World Food Summit, the concept of “food security” was defined as existing “when all people, at all times, have physical, [social] and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food ...