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Graphic Novels in Academic Libraries: From Maus to Manga and Beyond
This article addresses graphic novels and their growing popularity in academic libraries. Graphic novels are increasingly used as instructional resources, and they play an important role in supporting the recreational ...
Sustaining a digital collection after the grants: the Early Washington Maps Project
Abstract: Purpose – Aims to provide an overview of methods for digitizing maps, the creation and preservation of a digital collection, interoperable database construction, and an examination of the real costs associated ...
The wonderful world of Printed ephemera. Podcast (audio slide show)
(Washington State Magazine, 2006-11)
A brief overview of printed ephemera, most notable the chapbook, and the time I spent working in the John Johnson Collection at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.
A Palouse Yankee in Sir Bodley's Court or Ephemera in Oxford and in the Pacific Northwest
(Northwest Archivists, 2006-12)
This essay describes my sabbatical (2006) in the Rare Books Department at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. I describe the notion of printed ephemera and how such materials are managed in Britain and at Washington ...
Why We Do What We Do: Exploring Priorities within Public Services Librarianship
(portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2006-07)
Public services librarians perform an increasingly diverse set of duties, and this study explores which job components are most important to librarians. The researchers surveyed public services librarians at ARL libraries ...
Native XML demonstration
Northwest Digital Archives Technology
Evaluation and Management of Print and Electronic Journals Using a Serials Decision Database
(Online Northwest Conference, 2/10/2006)
Selection and management of serials, always a complex process, became more complicated with the addition of online journals. In 2000, the Oregon Health & Science University Library staff developed a serials decision ...
Preserving access to multimedia collections
Tracking Properness: Repackaging Culture in a Remote Australian Town
(Cultural Anthropology, 2006-08)
This article examines the production and circulation of digitized indigenous traditions as cultural objects that repackage tradition and reposition indigeneity. From its initial release in 2000, Yawulyu Mungamunga Women's ...