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Library Programs for Children with Disabilities - Dr. Bobbie Sartin Long

Bobbie Sartin Long is an Assistant Professor at SLIM who researches library service to underserved populations including individuals with disabilities, individuals facing incarceration, folks who are…

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The Uncertainty Construct: A Key Mechanism of Information Behavior- Dr. Amanda Hovious

Assistant Professor Amanda Hovious is the newest addition to the SLIM faculty. She holds a PhD in Information Science from the University of North Texas, a Master of Science in Instructional Design…

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Employability of Today’s LIS Graduates: Library Leadership Perspective-Dr. Stan Trembach

Stan Trembach is an Assistant Professor at the School of Library and Information Management. His research centers around the issues of management and leadership in contemporary information…

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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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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Leadership and Administration Concentration

This is the fifth installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the Leadership and Administration…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Youth Services Concentration

This is the fourth installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the Youth Services Concentration with…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: School Library Media Licensure and Concentration

This is the third installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the School Library Media Licensure and…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Archives Studies Concentrations

This is the second installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the Archives Studies concentration…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Health Information Professional and Informatics Concentration

This is the first installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses Health Information Professional and…

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Conducting a bibliometric study of LIS educators teaching health-related courses- Dr. Emily Vardell

Emily Vardell is an assistant professor in the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University. She teaches courses on the foundations of library science, reference,…

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Ann of Sunflower Lane-Julie A. Sellers

Book Description: Fifteen-year-old Ann doesn’t have much choice in the matter: It’s live with the maternal grandparents she’s never met in Kansas or go to a foster home when her…

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ESU SCALA PhD Student Panel

On March 9, 2022, the ESU Student Chapter of the American Library Association (SCALA) hosted a panel of current School of Library and Information Management (SLIM) Ph.D. students who are at…

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Navigating Nonfiction Readers' Advisory

How much of the library collection is nonfiction? How well does it circulate? How do we let our patrons know our nonfiction collection is broad, engaging, and worth their time to explore? By…

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Romance in the Stacks: Why Genre Fiction is Important for Student Engagement

Reading is a skill, and practice makes perfect. As academic librarians, we need to encourage our students that they can find ways to mitigate the unrewarding reading they have struggled through in…

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Gendered Artificial Intelligence and Implications for Libraries

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly finding a place within libraries in the form of virtual assistants. Though digital, virtual assistants nevertheless embody gender, evident when their…

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Women’s Voices in Library Technology: Explored Through Citation Analysis in Library Publications

Over a decade ago, M. Lamont’s (2009) article, “Gender, Technology, and Libraries”, reported that there is an underrepresentation of women as first authors in library technology…

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