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Hip Hop Scholarship: A Descriptive Analysis of Dissertations 1993-2011

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. To better understand the growth and interdisciplinary nature of hip hop, this project investigates the scholarship related to this emerging area of research. Using the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) database as a tool, a sample of 103 out of a total 344 dissertations were examined with a focus on various aspects of the hip hop culture. A descriptive analysis is presented based on institution, geographic location, department, keywords, and year of publication.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-gray-laverne.pdf

 
 

Delivering Clinical Protocols at the Point of Need: Employing Knowledge Management to Create a Mobile Solution

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. Describes a study designed to create a single, authoritative, online, mobile-optimized, and searchable source for institution-specific clinical protocols and algorithms.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-harper-amy.pdf

 
   

African American Student Experience Retold in Library Collections

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. How have research libraries chronicled the lives of African American students on campus? What are the subject headings and finding aids for student organizations, dissertations, sororities and fraternities, or oral histories? What factors (procedure, personnel, Alumni groups) have impacted the inclusion of materials in library collections?

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-maxey-harris-charlene.pdf

 
 

The ARL Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce (IRDW): Participant Perceptions of Program Impact

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. The Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce has succeeded in recruiting librarians from racial and ethnic minority groups to careers in academic and research libraries, with over 75% of program participants who currently hold library positions working in these types of libraries. Participants rate the program highly, with 86% stating that the program was very important/important in advancing their career. Three of the six program components of IRDW scored highly on the very favorable/favorable scale: participants valued the stipend funding, the leadership institute, and the visit to the Purdue University Libraries. The mentorship program was the lowest rated of the program components, and participants perceived this component to need improvement.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-moore-alanna.pdf

 
 

Are Highly Talented, Highly Motivated Incoming First Year Undergraduate Students Information Literate? Pilot Survey Results from the Class of 2016

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. The purpose of this research was to identify whether incoming first year, highly talented, highly motivated students entering the University of Notre Dame are Information Literate. Does this experience prepare them to formalize their Information Literacy-Information Fluency skill sets for the rigors of the curriculum for entering students at Notre Dame and as a life-long learning endeavor?

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-morgan-leslie.pdf

 
 

How Do Music Faculty Look For Library Materials?

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. How do university faculty members in the music department use the library's online catalog (OPAC) to find music materials for themselves or for their students? Interviews, done in February 2012, of four performance faculty members from the University of Maryland School of Music reveal the wide range of materials they search for, and the limitations of the system in being able to find like items in different formats. Faculty members' assumptions of the capabilities of a search provide insight into possibilities for how OPACs can be re-designed or re-configured for more accurate hits and better discovery of similar items.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-shiota-lisa.pdf

 
 

The Rapid Growth of Electronic Resources in East Asian Library Collections

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. Like many other academic libraries, East Asian libraries face tough financial decisions on how they allocate their resources in this time of financial restraints, while fulfilling the library's ultimate mission of supporting teaching and researching. This study was conducted in light of escalating cost of electronic resources in East Asian languages. By analyzing 5-year (2007–2011) statistical data obtained from 32 East Asian libraries in North America, this study explores what portion of a library's total materials expenditures are dedicated to eresources and how fast its e-resources expenditures have been growing over the past five years.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-sung-yunah.pdf

 
 

If You Were in Charge What Would You Do? Survey of Students at Penn State Worthington Scranton Library

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. Students living off-campus are the majority of today's college student population. If a library is to be a success, librarians must understand the needs of this population base. This study attempts to determine if students at the all commuter campus of Penn State Worthington Scranton are satisfied with services and facilities of the library and to determine if their needs are being addressed. Results from the survey are analyzed to develop a profile of the needs of these particular students.

pdf lcdp-2012-poster-walker-billie.pdf

 
 
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