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De-Centering and Recentering Digital Scholarship
Notes on operations
Automating Controlled Subjects from IR Keywords
Supporting Public Access Compliance at FSU
Acquisitions Everywhere
From Assessment to Implementation
Well Planned is Half Done
What is an Institutional Repository?
What Should a Data Repository Do?
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship
Organizational Socialization Of Academic Librarians In The United States
Open Access and Early-Career STEM Publishing
GoPro as an Ethnographic Tool
It Takes Teamwork to Make the Dream Work
Migrating to an Open Source Institutional Repository
FSU Faculty Senate Open Access Policy
Cross Staffing at FSU Libraries
Living with the Legacy
Everything Old is New Again
Reference Work in Special Collections
Researching Long Island History During the CETA Program
Core Competencies for Subject Librarians at the Florida State University Libraries
Library Express Delivery Service
Efficiencies for Quality Control of Repurposed Metadata
"Free to All"
Graduate Conversations
Research and Class Model for Future Library Instruction in Higher Education
Stories From the Stacks
Copyright Modernization Act: A guide for post-secondary instructors
Building a donor base for college and university libraries
Developing Humanities Collections in the Digital Age
Research and Publishing As An Archivist
Access and Use Issues in Creating Collection Development and Management Policies
EBV Librarianship
Open Access Week 2013 Final Report
Green Libraries on the Cheap
Using Mobile Tools for Advocacy
Apps for Assessment
Relational Communications
Developing Archival Information Package (AIP) for Florida Digital Archive (FDA) using          Metadata Encoding Transmission Standard (METS)
"FSU Lives" Digitization Project
Case for a University Archivist
Documenting History through Teamwork
Processing Archives in Special Collections
Digital Commons
Society of Florida Archivists 2011 Annual Meeting
Why Are All the Primary Sources in Special Collections?
Academic Libraries—Measuring Up
Opening Content to a Wider Audience
Faculty Senate Library Committee - Task Force on Scholarly Communications

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