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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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Lessons in grey literature: Applying study results to library practice

Cooper, Kristen; Wanda, Marsolek; Riegelman, Amy; Farrell, Shannon L; Kelly, Julie (2020)
Working with grey literature (GL) in their libraries, the authors bring a breadth of experience with GL, including archiving GL and helping users locate GL for use in their teaching and research, such as systematic reviews, ...

Understanding the new wave of the open access movement

Carter, Sunshine J; Carlson Grebinoski, Jodi; Langham-Putrow, Allison (2019-10-04)
Momentum for the open access movement has increased over the past few years. The presenters review the basic tenets of open access, discuss characteristics of transformative open access agreements, and highlight a few ...

Proposing a C&RL Registered Reports Option

Riegelman, Amy (2020-06-11)

Faculty Perceptions of Grey Literature: A Qualitative Analysis of Faculty Interviews. Grey Journal (TGJ), 16(3).

Marsolek, Wanda; Cooper, Kristen; Riegelman, Amy L.; Farrell, Shannon L.; Kelly, Julia A. (2020)
To examine the use, field perception, citation practices, creation, methods for finding, and dissemination of grey literature, this study used interviews of faculty at a large Rl university. Further, interviewees were ...

Listening to Our Collections: Preserving Records of University-Based Educational Radio Stations in Campus Archives

Moore, Erik A.; Toov, Rebecca (Journal of Archival Organization, 2020)
University-based educational stations transmitted programming to local audiences throughout the U.S. Surviving records remain in the custody of university archives but remain unavailable due to the complicated nature of ...

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