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Does Information Really Want to be Free? Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Question of Openness
(International Journal of Communication, 2012)
The "information wants to be free" meme was born some 20 years ago from the free and open source software development community. In the ensuing decades, information freedom has merged with debates over open access, digital ...
Lascivious Pilgrims: Sexuality and Sexual Laws in the British Puritan New England Colonies During the Seventeenth-Century
Modern audiences often see the Puritan religion and early American colonial culture as rigid and traditional, the beliefs of which were satirically summed up by H. L. Mencken as "the haunting fear that someone, somewhere ...
Technology tools used to create the Naval Reactors History Database
The Naval Reactors History Database is a unique online resource that provides access to publicly-available digital content on the joint United States Navy/Department of Energy nuclear propulsion program. The database ...
The Role of Paraprofessionals in Technical Services in Academic Libraries
Due to factors including technological advances, budget cuts, reorganizations, downsizing, outsourcing, expanded roles of professionals and changes in the information world, the workload among professionals and paraprofessionals ...
Exhibit: Taxes Through Time
An exhibit, Taxes Through Time was displayed in the Terrell Library Atrium May 17-July 31, 2012.
Systematic reviews in theory and practice for library and information studies
(Library and Information Research, 2012)
This article is about the use of systematic reviews as a research methodology in library and information studies (LIS). A systematic review is an attempt to gather all of the research on a given topic in order to answer a ...
E-Meetings in NMRT: E-Boarding Since 1999
(American Library Association, 11/28/2012)
NMRT President's Column: Importance of Alumni
(NMRT Footnotes, 2012-05)
Using EZID to enhance access to research data
An Ignite talk on the importance of data citation and the ability of the EZID service, available to the Washington State University community, to support data citation.
NMRT President's Column: It's not what you know, it's who you know
(NMRT Footnotes, 2012-02)