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Print versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: the cultural shift in process
This study examines journal use in three scientific disciplines. A previous study found that print use increased after electronic access was added. This paper uses the same methods to determine if the increase in the use ...
Assessing and refining group take-home exams as authentic, effective learning experiences
(Journal of College Science Teaching, 2015)
The learning goals of an honors course, “Science as a Way of Knowing,” include critical thinking, scientific literacy, quantitative reasoning, communication, and teamwork. As a direct measure of student attainment of these ...
Information Literacy Instruction and Assessment in an Honors College Science Fundamentals Course
(College and Research Libraries (C&RL), 2011)
The Washington State University Honors College course, UH 290, “Science as a Way of Knowing,” engages freshmen in scientific inquiry and scholarly literature research. The UH 290 instructor, a learning design consultant, ...
Print versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: what's going on here?
(American Library Association, 2004-09)
In 2003, an evaluation of journal use statistics at Washington State University was undertaken to determine if the selection of electronic journals in the Owen Science and Engineering Library was changing student and ...
The impact of electronic journals on use of print in geology.
(American Library Association, 2009-01)
This study examines the use of geology journals at Washington State University (WSU), before and after electronic access was provided, to determine if the use of the print collection increased as in the previous studies ...
Government and Waste
Waste, debris, garbage, trash—all words for the unwanted material that is discarded (either intentionally or not) and has become a problem of immense proportions in the United States. Debris permeates not just the land ...