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  • Experiences of Palliative and End-of-Life Care among Older LGBTQ Women: A Review of Current Literature 

    Valenti, Korijna; Jen, Sarah; Parajuli, Jyotsana; Arbogast, Annabelle; Jacobsen, Anna Liss; Kunkel, Suzanne
    Background: Understanding end-of-life (EOL) and palliative care continues to grow. However, little attention has been paid to the experiences, preferences, and needs of older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer ...
  • Transitioning statistics help desk service from in-person to remote: Exploration of risks and opportunities 

    Jacobsen, Anna Liss; Millard, John
    Objective: Examine initiative to transform student staffed, in-person statistical help desk service from physical to remote service. Setting/Resources: Miami University Libraries have offered a student staffed statistics ...
  • Team teaching anatomy using innovative technology: A case study 

    Jacobsen, Anna Liss
    Objective: The aim of this paper was to describe a novel team teach approach to teaching an anatomy class using a 3D computer graphics (3DCG) tool. Setting/Participants: Participants were 38 Speech Pathology and Audiology ...
  • Maker Services in Academic Libraries: A Review of Case Studies 

    Nagle, Sarah Beth
    Makerspaces and maker-centered learning have surged in popularity in higher education and particularly academic libraries in recent years, following trends that initially emerged in primary and secondary education and ...
  • Information Inspiration: Creativity Across the Disciplines in Academic Libraries 

    Dahlquist, Mark; Hilles, Stefanie; Nagle, Sarah
    Placing new emphasis on makerspaces, digital scholarship and publishing, and inventive ideation-centered instruction, academic libraries have in recent years turned their attention to inspiring and supporting creativity. ...
  • An Introduction to the Creative Commons: Creation, Licensing, and Use 

    Myers, Carla S.
    Copyright permeates almost every aspect of the creation and use of Open Educational Resources (OER). Given academic librarians role in championing the OER movement and promoting the ethical and responsible re-use of ...
  • An Introduction to the Creative Commons 

    Myers, Carla S.
    Creative Commons (CC) licenses provide those creating copyrightable works with an opportunity to outline terms under which others can reuse them, eliminating the need for users to seek permission for their use of the ...
  • Copyright and Course Reserves: Electronic and Media Reserves 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In this webinar, we'll explore ways in which academic libraries can lawfully connect faculty and students with access to books, book chapters, articles, and film through electronic and media reserve services. We'll also ...
  • Copyright and Course Reserves: Print Reserves 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In offering print reserve services, academic libraries can help faculty and students access required and supplemental learning materials including, but not limited to books, DVDs, music CDs, and photocopies of works such ...
  • Copyright Under Quarantine 

    Myers, Carla S.
    Our current circumstances are complex and dynamic, and libraries of all types are doing their best to respond to the needs of the diverse communities they serve. If you’re wondering how we move forward under these conditions, ...
  • TEACH-ing Online? 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In recent years, K-12 and academic libraries have seen an increasing demand to provide online access to film that can be used as part of course instruction. The Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) ...
  • OER and Fair Use: Strange Bedfellows or BFFs? 

    Myers, Carla S.; Pai, Sunyeen; Cross, Will
    Fair use is an exception found in U.S. copyright law that authors, educators, and librarians frequently take advantage of when using third-party works in the creation of new scholarship. Can fair use be considered when ...
  • Copyright & OER: Outlining the Issues 

    Myers, Carla S.
    Copyright issues come into play as open educational resources (OER) are created, and people frequently have questions about copyright and licensing when seeking to reuse, remix, and redistribute OER. To help address common ...
  • Copyright and Digital Preservation: Legal and Administrative Issues 

    Myers, Carla S.
    In today’s information landscape, there are fewer topics that more urgently demand expansive discourse than digital preservation, which touches on everything from technology to copyright. The Association for Library ...
  • Walking the Tightrope: Balancing Student’s Desire for Textbooks & the Library Budget 

    Myers, Carla S.; Glazier, Rhonda
    This chapter provides an overview of how academic libraries can adequately budget for and manage textbooks circulated to students through a print course reserve service.
  • Stakes and Stakeholders: OER—Framing the Issues 

    Myers, Carla S.; Yano, Brady
    This book is intended to act as a guide for would-be champions of Open Educational Resources (OER) that anyone—called to action by the example set by the chapter authors—might learn serve as OER champions and guides ...
  • Coaching up the Chain of Command 

    Myers, Carla S.
    An increasing number of academics, especially librarians, find that they need to teach at least the basics of copyright law and its application to a wide variety of audiences. Copyright is a complex and counter-intuitive ...
  • Where do we go from here? Expanding the reach of your gaming events 

    Slobuski, Teresa; Johnson, Eric; Boehme, Ginny; Hays, Lauren
    "This chapter utilizes case studies from various institutions to explore methods of deepening student engagement with games. We begin with exploring ways to engage with student input, then move into how games can support ...
  • Mentoring in Academic Libraries. 

    Tumbleson, Beth; Burke, John
    The authors, who have each engaged in mentoring in higher education, surveyed academic librarians in 2017 on their mentoring experiences. Those findings are placed alongside best practices drawn from the literature to ...

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