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Submissions from 2016

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On Community, Justice, and Libraries, John Buschman and Dorothy Warner

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An old horse revived? In-house use of print books at Seton Hall University., Lisa Rose-Wiles and John P. Irwin

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Seton Hall University Dean of Libraries Annual Report FY: 2015-2016, Seton Hall University Libraries

Submissions from 2015

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State of Faith: Irish-Catholic Church Hierarchy of New Jersey and Reactions to Civil Government Initiatives, 1946-1962 (Drew University Dissertation), Alan Delozier

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LibGuides CMS eReserves: simplify delivering course reserves through Blackboard, Sharon Ince and John Irwin

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A Framework for Interlibrary-loan implementation (in one semester), John Irwin and Sharon Favaro

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In-house print book use at Seton Hall University Libraries, Lisa Rose-Wiles, John Irwin, and Kathryn Wissell

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An Ethnographic Study of eBook use: a Library-Anthropology Collaboration, Lisa Rose-Wiles and Sulekha Kalyan

Submissions from 2014

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Habermas and Intellectual Freedom: Three Paths, John Buschman

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Seven Reasons to be Skeptical about Patron-Driven Acquisitions: A Summary, John Buschman

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“American Irish in Service to Community & Country: A Vocational and New Jersey Perspective,”, Alan Delozier

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Finding & Following Through with Grant Opportunities, Lisa DeLuca

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Grants: Finding and Writing Successful Proposals, Lisa DeLuca

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All Eyes on the Irish: Professors Consider how Their Descendants Have Left Their Mark on New Jersey, Marta Deyrup

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The Changing Role of Digital Tools and Academic Libraries in Scholarly Workflows: A Review, Sharon Favaro and Christopher Hoadley

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Ecology, Information Literacy and Bernard Lonergan: A Librarian Immersed, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Use, experience and future of e-books from University Libraries, Lisa Rose-Wiles

Submissions from 2013

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Full Circle (Or How Success Breeds Success),”, Beth Bloom and Marta Deyrup

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Successful Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Research, Beth Bloom and Marta Deyrup

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Democracy, Market Solutions, and Educative Institutions: A Perspective on Neoliberalism, John Buschman

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Historical Roots of Faith (in the Market): Neoliberalism Before the “Neo”, John Buschman

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Libraries and the Right to the City: Insights from Democratic Theory Prepared for the 2013 LACUNY Institute: Libraries, Information, and the Right to the City, John Buschman

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History of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New Jersey, Alan Delozier

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iPad Usage at VALE Member Libraries, Lisa DeLuca

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Academic Library Leadership, Second-Wave Feminism and Twenty-First Century Humanism: Reflections on a Changing Profession, Marta Deyrup

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Successful Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Student Research, Marta Deyrup and Beth Bloom

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The Truth is out: How Students REALLY Search, Marta Deyrup and Beth Bloom

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The Irish American Experience in New Jersey and Metropolitan New York: Cultural Identity, Hybridity, and Commemoration, Marta Deyrup and Maura Harrington

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The Polish Community of Wallington, N.J., Marta Deyrup and Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz

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College Students' Sense of Belonging. Reviewed by Eunyoung Kim and John Irwin, John Irwin

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RDA in Perspective: how to use the library literature to your advantage, Martha Loesch

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Are print books dead? An investigation of book circulation at a mid-sized academic library, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Scholarly reading as a measure of Library Value at Seton Hall University, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Weeding print book collections at Seton Hall University, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Still Desperately Seeking Citations: Undergraduate Research in the Age of Web-Scale Discovery, Lisa Rose-Wiles and Melissa Hofmann

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Web Scale Discovery and Information Literacy: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown., Lisa Rose-Wiles and Melissa Hofmann

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Still Desperately Seeking Citations: Undergraduate Research in the Age of Web-Scale Discovery, Lisa Rose-Wiles and Melissa M. Hofmann

Submissions from 2012

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Information Rights, Human Rights, and Political Rights: A Précis on Intellectual and Contextual Issues for Library and Information Science, John Buschman

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Information Rights, Human Rights, and Political Rights: A Précis on Intellectual and Contextual Issues for Library and Information Science, John Buschman

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Libraries, classrooms, and the interests of democracy : marking the limits of neoliberalism, John Buschman

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Lite Ethnography: An Essay Review, John Buschman

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Miracle on High Street. The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of St. Benedict's Prep in Newark, N.J. (Review), Alan Delozier

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Information Literacy and Knowledge Management Tools for First Year Students, Sharon Favaro

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Designing tools for the 21st century workflow of research and how it changes what libraries must do, Sharon Favaro and Christopher Hoadley

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If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere: Providing reference and instructional library services in a virtual environment, Elizabeth Leonard and Maureen Morasch

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Book circulation at Seton Hall., Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Circulation @ Seton Hall, Lisa Rose-Wiles and Sulekha Kalyan

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Circulation @ Seton Hall, Lisa Rose-Wiles and Sulekha Kalyan

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Measuring and Applying Data about Users in the Seton Hall Library, Lisa Rose-Wiles, Rachel Volentine, and Carol Tenopir

Submissions from 2011

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Getting Back to Basics: An Online IF workshop for Teaching Faculty at Seton Hall University, Beth Bloom

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Getting Back to Basics: An Online IF workshop for Teaching Faculty at Seton Hall University, Beth Bloom and Marta Deyrup

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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, Alan Delozier

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The Archives & Special Collections Center at Seton Hall University: Diversity in Religious Archives, Alan Delozier

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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, Alan B. Delozier

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Hobart Manor Digitization Project, Lisa DeLuca

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Making Peace with United Nations Data: Learn to navigate UN data information sources., Lisa DeLuca

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From Both Sides, Now: Librarians team up with computer scientist to deliver virtual Computer-Information Literacy instruction, Martha Fallahay Loesch

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Survey of Digitized Rare Catholica: Summary Report of Results, Martha Fallahay Loesch, Marta Deyrup, and Pat Lawton

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From Both Sides, Now: Librarians team up with computer scientist to deliver virtual Computer-Information Literacy instruction., Martha Loesch

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Inventory redux: a twenty-first century adaptation, Martha Loesch

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Survey of Digitized Rare Catholica: Summary Report of Results, Martha Loesch, Marta Deyrup, and Pat Lawton

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The high cost of science journals: a case study and discussion, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Bayley Seton League papers, Seton Hall University, Archives and Special Collections

Submissions from 2010

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Building a Case Against Neoliberalism in LIS from the Ground Up: An Essay Review of John Budd’s Self Examination: The Present and Future of Librarianship and Knowledge and Knowing in Library and Information Science: A Philosophical Framework, John Buschman

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Web 2.0 and the Academic Library, marta deyrup

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Librarian as Professor: A Dynamic New Role Model, Martha Fallahay Loesch

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Searching For Better Research Habits; Inside Higher Ed., Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Why are science journals so expensive? Winning letter: ACS Charleston Conference Scholarship, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Winning letter: ACS Charleston Conference Scholarship, Lisa Rose-Wiles

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Global Lens - An Inside Perspective of Bermuda College's Visiting Librarian Program, Paula Smith and Alan Delozier

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Assessing the Impact of Gender and Race on Earnings in the Library Science Labor Market, Darren Sweeper and Steven A. Smith PhD

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Does Gender and Race Have an Impact on Earnings in the Library and Information Science Labor Market in the United States of America?, Darren Sweeper and Steven A. Smith PhD

Submissions from 2009

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Library open 24/7: A Study of User Needs and Library Management Concerns, Xue-Ming Bao

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Information Literacy, “New” Literacies, and Literacy, John Buschman

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Digital Scholarship, Marta Deyrup

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Information Literacy: Discipline-Specific or Core Competency?, Marta Deyrup

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The Vita Constantini: as Literary and Linguistic Construct for the Early Slavs, Marta Deyrup

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“Catholic Research Resources Alliance: a Collaborative Portal of Digital Catholica.”, Marta Deyrup, Sharon Favaro, and Maura Kenny

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Ten Years Later: has the Blurring of the Roles of Cultural Institutions Helped or Hurt Libraries, Marta Deyrup, Eva Gaus, and Terry Weech

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Rethinking research guides: bringing the library to the user, Sharon Favaro, Lisa Rose-Wiles, and Darren Sweeper

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Non-renewal of print journal subscriptions that duplicate titles in selected electronic databases: a case study, Sulekha Kalyan

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The Person of the Christ from a Methodist-Catholic Perspective, Anthony Lee

Submissions from 2008

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Exploring the New Requirements for Modern Library Buildings from the Needs of Opening 24/7 (从24小时开馆需求看 现代图书馆对建筑的要求), Xue-Ming Bao

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Teaching as Performance, Beth Bloom

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East-Central European Collections of the New York Public Library Research Libraries, Marta Deyrup and Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz

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Using visual resources in library instruction: lessons learned from the museum trade, Martha Loesch and Marta Deyrup

Submissions from 2007

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Librarians in the wired classroom : the Seton Hall University experience, Mary Balkun, Beth Bloom, and Marta Deyrup

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IF=CCC; Information Fluency Is now a Core Competency on Campus, Beth Bloom

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Democratic Theory in LIS: Toward an Emendation, John Buschman

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Talkin’ ‘Bout My (Neoliberal) Generation: Three Theses, John Buschman

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Transgression or Stasis? Challenging Foucault in LIS Theory, John Buschman

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A Rough Measure of Copy Cataloging Productivity in the Academic Library, John Buschman and F. William Chickering

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On Anonymity in Libraryland Blogging, John Buschman, Mark Rosenzweig, and Kathleen de la Peña McCook

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On Anonymity in Libraryland Blogging, John Buschman, Mark Rosenzweig, and Kathleen de la Peña McCook

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ChangeMasters All: A Series on Librarians Who Steered a Clear Course toward the Twenty-First Century An Interview with Howard F. McGinn, Darren Sweeper

Submissions from 2006

Turning the Pressure into a Positive Force: Going through the Promotion and Tenure Process in Academic Library Environment, Xue-Ming Bao

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The Integrity and Obstinacy of Intellectual Creations”: Jürgen Habermas and Librarianship’s Theoretical Literature, John Buschman

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“Bloodlines and Bluelines: Hockey as a Genealogical Study in the French-American Experience,”, Alan Delozier

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Seton Hall University Charter Day 2006: Celebrating the Sesquicentennial, 24 February 2006. Seton Hall University 150 Years : University Charter & Synopsis of School History (1856-2006), Alan Delozier

Submissions from 2005

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The National Science and Technology Library: A Chinese Model of Collaboration, Xue-Ming Bao