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Submissions from 2013

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Ebooks in Academic Libraries: Management and Access Issues, Andrea Imre

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CORAL Usage Statistics Demonstration, Andrea Imre and Steve Oberg

Submissions from 2012

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CORAL: Implementing an Open Source ERM, Andrea Imre

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Evaluating the Switch from SIUCat to I-Share@Morris, Andrea Imre, Stephanie J. Graves, and Cassie Wagner

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Woodblock Woodstock: A Celebration of Book Arts Technology and the Evolution of the Printing Press, Megan Lotts

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Leaving the Big Deal, revisited, Jonathan Nabe

Submissions from 2011

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Embedding a Chat Widget within the SFX Menu, Andrea Imre

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Leaving the Big Deal: Consequences and Next Steps, Jonathan Nabe and David Fowler

Submissions from 2010

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OpenSIUC: The Subject Liaison and the Institutional Repository, Julie Arendt

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Digging for Buried Treasure: Strategies for Promoting Institutional Repositories (Part 1), Julie Arendt, Jonathan Nabe, and Andrea Imre

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Let the Patron Drive: Purchase on Demand of E-books, Andrea Imre and Jonathan Nabe

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Acquiring From Secondary/Used Sources: Money Saver or Time Sink, Julie Mosbo and John Ballestro

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No Fear: Facing the Future in Collection Development, Jonathan Nabe and Andrea Imre

Submissions from 2009

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Not Just Drifting: Checking Online Serial Issue Availability, Kitti Canepi and Andrea Imre

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MyiLibrary and Patron Driven Acquisition at SIU-Carbondale, Andrea Imre and Jonathan Nabe

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Degrees of Change: Is There Room for the Foreign LIS Degree in Today's Academic Library?, Megan C. Lotts, Amber T. Burtis, and Melissa A. Hubbard

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Author Outreach for Institutional Repositories, Jonathan Nabe

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Fewer Cooks at SIU-Carbondale, Jonathan Nabe

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The University Imperative to Distribute Faculty Research, David Shulenburger

Submissions from 2006

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Open Access and Conscious Selection, Kitti Canepi, Andrea Imre, and Harold Way

Submissions from 2005

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Issues In Scholarly Communication: Do They Affect You?, Andrea Imre, Julie Arendt, Howard Carter, and Joseph Ripp