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Sayles Pitch: John Sayles: Author, Auteur, Independent
Wealth Essentialism in Adults and Children
Psychological essentialism is the idea that certain categories, such as male" or "wealthy," are defined by underlying, innate, and non-obvious features. In other words, essentialist reasoning posits that someone is born ...
English Language Institute Oral History Project: Mark Clarke and Sandra Silberstein, Parts 1 & 2
Dale, Dale, Dale
Dale, Dale, Dale is an interactive installation that touches upon systemic and symbolic violence against Latinx immigrants using the traditional act of piñatas to reference the commodification of a community and culture. ...
Find and Cite Three-to-Five Sources: Applying the Sociological Imagination to Critical Information Literacy
This poster presents the draft Sociological Information Literacy Framework, authored by the Sociology Subgroup, Instruction & Information Literacy Committee, Anthropology & Sociology Section, Association of College & ...
Mirlyn Usability Task Force
"Mirlyn Usability Task Force" presentation to library staff, February 10,2011
User Experiences of Accessing Licensed Content
An overview of the library perspective on authentication and authorization for library licensed content. Presented at the Society for Scholarly Publishing's May 9, 2017, webinar, "The Future of Access, Authentication and Privacy".
Unseen: Exploring Users’ Campus Experience
Copyright Camp - Keynote
Keynote from Copyright Camp 2010. More information available at http://copyrightcamp.org
The Tragedy of Faculty Frank: Creating Dynamic Assessment Tools to Inspire Holistic Innovation
In the last decade, user experience methods have become a core tenant of library assessment programs, pushing institutions to think more holistically about their user base and create resources like personas to guide them ...