The Organization and Classification of Library Systems in China

An annotated bibliography (2009). Hong, Y., & Liu, L. (1987). The development and use of the Chinese classification system.International Library Review, 18, 47-60. Hong and Liu have created a concise article aimed at the English-speaker interested in Chinese library classification systems. While many articles of this scope and topic use original language in Pinyin to identify […]

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From Documentaries to Fanvids: Participatory Culture, Video Remix and Copyright– an Annotated Bibliography

An annotated bibliography; see accompanying paper. Anderson, N. (2009, Jan 15). What fair use? Three strikes and you’re out… of YouTube [online]. Ars Technica. Retrieved March 27, 2009 from http://arstechnica.com/ tech-policy/news/2009/01/what-fair-use-three-strikes-and-youre-out-of-youtube.ars This short article from Ars Technica, a respected tech-news blog, discusses the questionable policy of YouTube in complying with the DMCA notice-takedown system in regards […]

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Choose Your Own Research Adventure

Presentation at the 2014 Online Northwest. Corvallis, Oregon. DESCRIPTION: Creating online activities that are actually engaging can be a challenge — students with short attention spans often skim (or completely skip over) the content that librarian instructors painstakingly spend hours building. For those who have adopted the flipped classroom model, getting students to actively engage in […]

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“Alternative” Research Education in a Post-R25 World: Assessing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Student Attitudes Toward Research and the Scientific Method

Presentation at the 2012 Medical Library Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. DESCRIPTION: How do alternative medicine students feel about “research” and the scientific method? In the post-R25 age of research education, have the levels of distrust towards the western research paradigm in its ability to adequately measure alternative medicine results been quelled, or do alternative medicine students view research as a nonessential […]

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