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    • Off the Page: Reconstructing/Re-imagining a Dance Score 

      Wiesner, Susan L (2017-04-27)
      The idea for Schrifftanz Zwei, a collaboration between two choreographers, an archivist, a composer, and an animator, began at the Digital Humanities conference where four DHers decided to collaborate to re-imagine a dance ...
    • Habits of Mind: A Case Study of Three Teachers' Experiences with a Mindfulness-Based Intervention 

      Dunn, Molly (2016)
      K-12 teachers encounter numerous occupational stressors as part of their profession, and these stressors place them at risk of job-related stress and burnout (Maslach & Jackson, 1981; Maslach, Schaufeli, & Leiter, 2001). ...
    • Using PICO in Library Instruction for STEM Disciplines 

      Ritchie, Stephanie (2017-05)
      PICO is understood to support evidence based practice/medicine research, part of the medical and health sciences disciplines. However, very little use of the PICO methodology found outside of these disciplines. The idea ...
    • Why Do Libraries Matter? 

      Sly, Jordan (2017-04-18)
      Timothy Snyder, in his latest work titled On Tyranny, states that we must both "defend institutions," and "believe in the truth." Libraries are a critical American institution in dire need of defense, but one that shares ...
    • Participatory Learning Strategies for One-Shot Instruction Sessions 

      Durham, Erin (2017)
      Poster presentation at LOEX Conference 2017. As information literacy instructors we may be familiar with the experience of asking a question and getting vacant stares from a class of undergraduate college students. What ...