The librarians and staff of Murray Library are actively engaged in professional development and interactions with peers in their field. Professional publications and presentations of library employees.

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Submissions from 2018

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Above and Beyond: Partnering to Co-Lead and Support Cross Cultural Short-Term Study Abroad Courses, Beth M. Transue

Submissions from 2016

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PPP: Preparing for the Publication Process, Beth M. Transue and Tara Jankouskas

Submissions from 2014

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Not Just Another Assignment: Partnering with Faculty to Assess Student Information Literacy Skills, Beth M. Transue

Submissions from 2013

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Connectivism and information literacy: Moving from learning theory to pedagogical practice, Beth M. Transue

Submissions from 2012

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Ebooks in the Academy: Impacts on Learning and Pedagogy, Beth M. Transue

Submissions from 2011

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The Collaborating Librarian: Partnering Across Campus to Assist Assessment Efforts, Beth M. Transue

Submissions from 2010

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Assessing Assignments: The Library as Partner in Campus-Wide Assessment, Beth M. Transue and Beth Mark

Submissions from 2009

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'From Your Loving Isaac': A Nineteenth-Century Courtship, Beth Mark

Submissions from 2005

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Maggie Leah Steckley Swalm: A Teacher Of Good Things, Beth Mark and Louann Swalm Walker

Submissions from 2003

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Bad Moon Rising: A Candid Examination of Digital Reference and What It Means to the Profession, Jonathan D. Lauer and Steve McKinzie

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Bridging the Gap between Information Literacy and Campus Curricula: Using Curriculum Mapping to Achieve a Holistic Information Literacy Program, Lawrie Merz, Beth Mark, and Lisa J. Hinchliffe

Submissions from 1986

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Personnel: key to successful public service (Book Review), Jonathan D. Lauer