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portal: Libraries and the Academy

April 2010 Volume 10, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Calibrated Peer Review: A New Tool for Integrating Information Literacy Skills in Writing-Intensive Large Classroom Settings

    Michael Fosmire

    Calibrated Peer Review[TM] (CPR) is a program that can significantly enhance the ability to integrate intensive information literacy exercises into large classroom settings. CPR is founded on a... More

    pp. 147-163

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  2. Spanish Faculty Preferences and Usage of Library Services in the Field of Science and Technology

    Maria Pinto & Andres Fernandez-Ramos

    The authors compare Spanish faculty use of library services and the interest they express in value-added services and improvement actions. The results are based on data from a survey of 546 faculty... More

    pp. 215-239

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  3. The Imperative for Data Curation

    Joyce L. Ogburn

    The processes of creation and expression of scientific, social, and humanistic inspirations are culminating in a vast corpus of stunning and even life-changing documents, films, recordings, Web... More

    pp. 241-246

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