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Historical note: The Libraries have a rich portfolio of collections, services, and public programming. Distributed in 14 facilities with collections including over 6.5 million volumes and a rapidly growing virtual collection of electronic resources, the Libraries provide critical resources in support of the University's comprehensive programs and land-grant mission. The Libraries are an integral part of the campus life and a significant collaborator within the state, national, and international research library communities.


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Data Curation Steps from Curating Research Data, Volume Two: A Handbook of Current Practice

Johnston, Lisa R (American College & Research Libraries, 2016-11)

How to curate research data: An 8 step guide with incentives to collaborate

Johnston, Lisa R (2016-08-31)
As reproducibility and data sharing emerge as key issues for academic researchers, the data management services offered by the library must continue to scale. Building from a 2013 pilot ( ...

Space as a Service: Advancing the Library’s Mission through Campus Collaboration within Library Spaces

Jaguszewski, Janice M; Aspinall, Erinn; McGuire, Lisa A.; Theis-Mahon, Nicole; Hendrickson, Lois; Sayre, Franklin (2015-10)

Advocating for Better Salaries Toolkit

Dorning, Jennifer; Dunderdale, Tara; Farrell, Shannon L.; Geraci, Aliqae; Rubin, Rachel; Storrs, Jessica (American Library Association-Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA), 2014-04)

Seeing the Big (Art) Picture: Developing a Rotating Art Program in an Academic Health Sciences library

Chew, Katherine; Orr, Michelle (2016-05)
Purpose/Objectives: Develop a rotating art exhibit program to turn an outdated, aesthetically unpleasing 1960s style building interior into a stimulating, thought-provoking, intellectually inspiring atmosphere for studying ...

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