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Submissions from 2018

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Post-Facts: Information Literacy and Authority after the 2016 Election, Stefanie Bluemle

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Sweats, Pow Wows, and Indian Tacos: How My Year Out in the Middle of Nowhere Makes Me a Better Librarian, María Emerson

Submissions from 2016

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If They Liked It Then You Should Have Put a Number on It: Assessing Archival Instruction and Student Learning in Special Collections, Samantha Crisp

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Much More Than Storage: Re-positioning the Repository as a Cornerstone of Campus Collaboration, Amanda Makula and Connie Ghinazzi

Submissions from 2014

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Beyond Search: Information Literacy, Special Collections, and the First Year, Stefanie R. Bluemle and Sarah M. Horowitz

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Assessing Hands-On Learning in Special Collections: A Pilot Study, Sarah M. Horowitz, Stefanie R. Bluemle, Ellen Hay, and Mark Salisbury

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Good Research (Literally) Pays: The Library Prize for First-Year Research, Amanda Y. Makula

Submissions from 2013

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Concept/Context: Information Literacy and Assessment in the First Year, Stefanie R. Bluemle, Amanda Y. Makula, and Margaret W. Rogal

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Learning by Doing: Performance Assessment of Information Literacy across the First-Year Curriculum, Stefanie R. Bluemle, Amanda Y. Makula, and Margaret W. Rogal

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The Joy of (Performance) Assessment, Amanda Y. Makula, Stefanie R. Bluemle, and Margaret W. Rogal

Submissions from 2009

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Enhancing Pedagogy Through Technology: Using Beyond Question and RefWorks to Engage Students in Information Literacy Across the Curriculum, Amanda Makula and Anne Earel