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  • Foxman, Maxwell; Harris, Brandon C.; Partin, William Clyde (Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group, 2024-04-05)
    Despite Twitch’s dominant position in Western livestreaming markets, institutional journalists rarely produce content on the platform. This paper investigates how journalistic practices, cultures, business models, and ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Nel, François; Henriksson, Teemu; Roper, Dean (WAN-IFRA (World Association of News Publishers), 2024-01-25)
    After the sobering read seen in our 2022-23 report, this year’s World Press Trends study strikes a more cautiously optimistic note, with more than half of the respondents conveying a positive outlook about their companies’ ...
  • Lin, Ting-fen; Linville, Deanna; Nese, Rhonda N. T.; Seeley, John; Shune, Samantha (LISDEN Publishing Inc., 2023-12-19)
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) impacts the physiological and psychoemotional aspects of life. COPD-related secondary sequelae also synergistically interact with each other. For example, dyspnea affects the ...
  • Harlan, Lydia; Buxton, Kristin; Hayden, Gabriele (University of Oregon, 2023-10-27)
    Knowing your value and optimizing your time can help meet your professional and institutional goals. We describe how an ad-hoc team of people from three different departments, with three different primary goals, were able ...
  • Afterword 
    Lee, Corliss S.; Lym, Brian (UC Berkeley, 2022-02-01)
    While working on this book, we encountered other intriguing writings that also offered practical approaches to diversity, equity, and inclusion in libraries. We also found ourselves asking more questions that we hope ...
  • Lee, Corliss S.; Lym, Brian (UC Berkeley, 2022)
    Academic library workers often make use of systemic, bureaucratic, political, collegial, and symbolic dimensions of organizational behavior to achieve their diversity, equity, and inclusion goals, but many are also doing ...
  • Yannotta, Lauren; Lym, Brian; Kung, Shiao-Chuan (City University of New York, 2010)
    This paper reports on the use of podcast audio recordings to assess learning in a hybrid information research course. Evidence of learning that appeared in the audio recordings and how the project affected student learning ...
  • Finder, Lisa; Dent, Valdeda; Lym, Brian (City University of New York, 2006)
    Purpose – The paper aims to provide details of a study conducted at Hunter College Libraries in fall 2005, the focus of which was how presentation of initial digital resource pages (or gateway pages) on the library’s web ...
  • Service, Allia; Vieger, Rayne (Pressbooks, 2023)
  • McGrath, Kelley (Oregon Library Association, 2019-08-14)
    New developments in the cataloging world can help libraries better answer questions like: What music do you have for string quartets? What young adult fiction do you have by African American male authors? Do you have any ...
  • McGrath, Kelley (Taylor & Francis, 2023-06-21)
    Faceted search is a powerful tool that enables searchers to easily and intuitively take advantage of controlled vocabularies and structured metadata. Faceted search has been widely implemented in library discovery interfaces ...
  • Weston, Sara J.; Shryock, Ian; Light, Ryan; Fisher, Phillip A. (Sage Journals, 2023-05-25)
    Topic modeling is a type of text analysis that identifies clusters of co-occurring words, or latent topics. A challenging step of topic modeling is determining the number of topics to extract. This tutorial describes tools ...
  • Trevino, Shaina D.; Kelly, Nichole R.; Budd, Elizabeth L.; Giuliani, Nicole R. (Frontiers in Psychology, 2021-09-10)
    Extant research supports a direct association between parent’s own emotional eating and their child’s emotional eating, and demonstrates correlations among parent emotional eating, feeding practices, and child emotional ...
  • Short, Aidan W.; Streisfeld, Matthew A. (Oxford Academic, 2023-06-05)
    The reuse of old genetic variation can promote rapid diversification in evolutionary radiations, but in most cases, the historical events underlying this divergence are not known. For example, ancient hybridization can ...
  • Sokolowski, Susan L.; Griffin, Linsey; Wu, Yingying; McKinney, Ellen; Morris, Kristen; Bettencourt, Chrissy (SpringerOpen, 2022-11-25)
    Between 2010 and 2014, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimated that female firefighters experienced 1260 injuries on the fireground each year. Previous research attributed some of these injuries to ...
  • Silverstein, Michael C.; Bjälkebring, Pär; Shoots-Reinhard, Brittany; Peters, Ellen (Cambridge University Press, 2023-06-28)
    Numeracy—the ability to understand and use numeric information—is linked to good decision-making. Several problems exist with current numeracy measures, however. Depending on the participant sample, some existing measures ...
  • Shoemaker, Stephen J. (University of California Press, 2022)
    Creating the Qur’an presents the first systematic historical-critical study of the Qur’an’s origins, drawing on methods and perspectives commonly used to study other scriptural traditions. Demonstrating in detail that the ...
  • Shiao, Jiannbin Lee (Sage Journals, 2023-05-23)
    Quantitative sociologists have recognized the challenges of studying Latinx Americans, given their unique racial heterogeneity and unique measurement in surveys through dedicated Latinx-ethnicity questions. Using the ...
  • Saucier, Gerard (Frontiers in Psychology, 2022-07-01)
    Several consecutive productive decades of research on basic dimensions of personality have given a firmer footing to the discipline due, in part, to contributions of lexical studies of personality. These studies helped ...
  • Rowland, Conor; Harland, Julian H.; Smith, Julian H.; Moslehi, Saba; Dalrymple-Alford, John; Taylor, Richard P. (Frontiers in Physiology, 2022-06-23)
    Many of nature’s fractal objects benefit from the favorable functionality that results from their pattern repetition at multiple scales. Our recent research focused on the importance of fractal scaling in establishing ...

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