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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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Tailoring Library Instruction to Meet the Needs of Multilingual Students in Higher Education

Gyendina, Mariya; Matts-Benson, Lindsay; Chen, Yao (ACRL, 2019-12)

Collaboration is Key: Advancing the Academic Health Sciences Library's Mission Through Campus Partnerships Within Library Spaces

Jaguszewski, Janice M.; McGuire, Lisa A. (Chandos Publishing, 2019)
Academic health sciences libraries are actively engaged with their health professions faculty and administrators to advance teaching, learning, and research. This chapter offers strategies for success when cultivating and ...

Book Review: Ethical Questions in Name Authority Control

Traill, Stacie (Library Resources & Technical Services, 2019)
Review of Ethical Questions in Name Authority Control, edited by Jane Sandberg (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2019), published in Library Resources & Technical Services.

Quality Issues in Vendor-Provided E-Monograph Records

Traill, Stacie (Library Resources & Technical Services, 2013)
As e-book batchloading workloads have increased, the quality of vendor-provided MARC records has emerged as a major concern for libraries. This paper discusses a study of record quality in e-monograph record sets undertaken ...

Exploring the Terra Incognita of Access and Discovery: The Evolution of Cartographic Cataloging in the Twenty-First Century

Traill, Stacie (Journal of Map & Geography Libraries, 2014)
Cataloging has seen substantial change since 2000, and the cataloging of maps, geospatial data, and other cartographic resources is no exception. The pace and scale of change, tied to the evolution of technology and ...

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