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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Area of Academic Libraries

This is the sixth and final installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the area of academic…

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EE314 Week 2C

Let's look at the KSDE Social Studies Standards - what content and skills are taught at each grade level?

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EL804 Week 1A

Meet Lickteig + Syllabus

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EE314 Week 1B

Pre-Survey Questions on Social Studies; What is Social Studies?

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EE314 Week 1A

Meet Dr. Lickteig and Syllabus

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Bringing Local History Alive - Marlys Lien and Mary Carpenter

Does your library have a special collection full of rich historic details about the community you serve? While relatively few people actively seek out primary local history materials, everyone…

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Archivists Meet-n-Greet the SLIM directors

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Alexa Smith - How to Use Your Profession to be Actionable

Links: Alexa Smith, Sphinx LEAD Participants, Bio http://www.sphinxmusic.org/sphinx-lead-participants-2020/ ESU, Humanity First Series…

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Digital Challenges: Reflecting on the Mellon Project Experience at UO

The presentation will be a reflection on the experience of UO Library and Museum employees with regards to the Mellon Project, which aimed to bring Library and Museum resources together for…

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A Glimpse into Library History: Digitizing OLA's 50th Anniversary Slideshow

The Oregon Library Association's 50th Anniversary Slideshow, produced by Richard C. Forcier of Western Oregon State College, was presented at the Oregon Library Association (OLA) conference held…

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Documenting History - Inclusion, Memory, Community

Who built Portland? What cultural moments do our neighborhoods reflect? What is the history of the city and where is it recorded? Is it complete? Starting from these questions, this panel begins from…

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Core Voices: Infusing Indigenous perspectives across the curriculum - Ginny Blackson

In 2015, the Washington State Legislature passed SB5433 requiring the Since Time Immemorial Tribal Sovereignty curriculum be taught in every public K-12 classroom. This new mandate provides both…

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The Dark Web and Libraries Webinar - Mark Beckstrom and Brady Lund - 11/7/19

With concerns about Internet privacy and security threats, and attacks on policies that protect Internet users – like net neutrality – it is more important than ever to educate yourself…

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E-Resources Expert Interview with Jill Emery on Evaluation and Assessment of Electronic Resources in Libraries

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Learning Analytics and Student Success: Ensuring all Learners Have a Chance at Success - Joshua Key's Thesis Defense

Joshua Key, a student in the Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology program, at Emporia State University, defends his thesis, titled: "Learning Analytics and Student Success:…

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