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You’ve Done PDA, What About PDW?: Patron-Driven Weeding as Engagement and Collection Management
Patron-driven acquisition has become a regular part of the collections development process in many libraries. If we can trust our patrons to provide valuable input on what types of materials belong in the library’s collection, ...
Using Data to Plan Library Renovations
SUNY Maritime librarians have an opportunity to overhaul their space as part of a SUNY grant for an “Academic Success Center” — the first renovation of this AIA-award winning space since the 1970s. The library needed to ...
Technology and Virtualization of Educational Process
There are two methods to limit an individual’s perception of reality. The first is to place constraints on the physical environment and thus create conditions for the senses to convey the available information to the brain, ...
Risk Sensitive Optimal Synchronization of Coupled Stochastic Neural Networks with Chaotic Phenomena
This paper presents a new theoretical design of how an optimal synchronization is achieved for stochastic coupled neural networks with respect to a risk sensitive optimality criterion. The approach is rigorously developed ...
Water-Quality Assessment of Two Slow-Moving Sandy-Bottom Sites on the Saw Mill River, New York
(Eagle Hill Institute, 2015)
We selected 2 sites on the Saw Mill River and conducted biological assessments of water quality using macroinvertebrate composition. Assessment metrics used were: Shannon-Weiner diversity, evenness, species richness, ...
Integrating Alternative Algorithms: Possibilities and Practices
(Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2016)
This article discusses reasons for learning alternative algorithms and the benefits of exposing preservice teachers to alternative algorithms. It presents two alternative multi-digit subtraction algorithm examples, includes ...
More Matter for a May Morning: Evil May Day, 1517
My seminar paper surveys accounts of Evil May Day from 1517 to The Play of Sir Thomas More (1603-04). It begins by analyzing contemporary accounts and chronicle histories. It then moves on to consider the ways in which the ...
Teachers in the Archives: Hosting a Professional Development Day for K-12 Teachers
(Society of American Archivists, 2016-09)
Patron-Driven Weeding as Engagement and Collection Management
(Empire State Library Network (ESLN), 2016-04-04)
Review of Perspectives on Women's Archives by Tanya Zanish-Belcher with Anke Voss (Eds)
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)