The College at Brockport is very proud to showcase works created by our esteemed faculty and staff. This collection features presentations and publications created by the faculty and professionals of the Drake Memorial Library.

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Submissions from 2016

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Antiques and Hidden Treasures, Robert Meringolo, Friends of the Drake Memorial Library, Western Monroe Historical Society, and Kenneth R. Wierzbowski

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APA Reference List Rubric for Blackboard, Logan T. Rath

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Veterans Among Us 2016, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski and Charlie Cowling

Submissions from 2015

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Professional Writing for Librarians, Jennifer Little Kegler

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Building your fan base: Engaging library staff in your IR, Kim Myers

Submissions from 2014

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Concepts for all researchers: the 21st century information landscape, Jennifer Little Kegler and Laura Dumuhosky

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3D Technologies at Brockport. What's Next?, Gregory Toth, Kim Myers, Ken Wierzbowski, and Wendy Prince

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Veterans Among Us 2014, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski and Charlie Cowling

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Growing a Culture of Assessment at the Drake Memorial Library, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski, Jennifer Little Kegler, Claire Goverts, and Michael Dentino

Submissions from 2013

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Staying Current after Graduation: A Survey of Social Work Alumni, Linda Hacker

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Discover, Write, Submit: Convert your ideas into published works, Jennifer Little Kegler

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E-readers, computer screens, or paper: Does reading comprehension change across media platforms?, Sara J. Margolin, Michael J. Toland, Casey Driscoll, and Jennifer Little Kegler

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iPad Use Among Freshmen Honors Students [Summary Report], Pat Maxwell

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A Tale of Two Repositories: The Brockport Model, Kim L. Myers

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Demonstrating Impact through Effective Communication, Kim L. Myers

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The Brockport Staffing Model 2 page handout, Kim L. Myers

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The Brockport Staffing Model, Kim L. Myers and Kenneth Wierzbowski

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Institutional Repositories Supporting Community Engagement, Part 2: Regional Research at The College at Brockport, Kim Myers and Joseph C. Makarewicz

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Business Students’ Learning Engagement as a Function of Reading Assigned E-Textbooks, Susan Stites-Doe, Pat Maxwell, and Jennifer Little Kegler

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Veterans Among Us 2013, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski and Charlie Cowling

Submissions from 2012

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Fashioning the Institutional Repository with Digital Commons, Kim L. Myers

Submissions from 2011

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eTextbook Exploration: Are Students Ready to Declare Their Independence From the Printed Text?, Patricia E. Maxwell, Jennifer J. Little, and Susan Stites-Doe

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The Effects of Twitter in an Online Learning Environment, Logan T. Rath

Submissions from 2010

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Cognitive Load Theory and Library Research Guides, Jennifer J. Little

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Interdisciplinary collaboration: A faculty learning community creates a comprehensive LibGuide, Jennifer J. Little, Moira Fallon, Jason Dauenhauer, Betsy Balzano, and Donald Halquist

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E-Book Readers: Exploration and Experiences, Patricia E. Maxwell and Jennifer J. Little

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Improving ILLiad Patron Experiences Through Cross-Departmental Collaboration, Kim L. Myers and Logan T. Rath

Submissions from 2006

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Strategic Planning: First Steps in Sharing Information Literacy Goals with Faculty Across Disciplines, Jennifer Little Kegler and Jane H. Tuten