Browsing IUPUC Scholarship by Submit Date

Browsing IUPUC Scholarship by Submit Date

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  • Smith, Lori; Wills, Will; Bunnell, Adam; Phillips, Jennifer; Whetstine, Brad; Schoettmer, Jessica; Kraszeski, Marlene; Garlick, Ben; Clason, Justin (IUPUC, 2003)
  • Tracy, L. Paul; Mangus, Sharon; Hinton, Natalie; Rilenge, Sandy; Turnbow, Dana; Watkins, Shaun; Whetstine, Brad; Sexton, Debbie; Rain, Isis; Phillips, Jennifer; Mathes, Stephanie; Hargis, Melanie; Willett, Delores; Verbeke, Joshua (IUPUC, 2001)
  • Norris, Amanda; Clark, Alexandra; Green, Steve; Persley, Keith; Garcia, Joe; Whetstine, Brad; Booher, Eileen; Watkins, Shaun; Willhite, Jenn; Kenanas, Walter (IUPUC, 2002)
  • Dill, Emily; Petsche, Kevin F.; Palmer, Kristi L. (2005-05-13)
    Presenters will show one example of how to start and maintain a digital institutional repository. Though some philosophical debate regarding scholarly communication, copyright, and preservation issues will take place, the ...
  • Dill, Emily; Palmer, Kristi L. (Emerald Publications, 2005-07)
    Continually increasing journal costs have pushed libraries and research institutions to consider alternative forms of scholarly publication. One such form is that of the institutional digital repository (IR). As an ...
  • Palmer, Kristi L.; Dill, Emily (Electronic Resources & Libraries 2nd Annual Conference (Atlanta, Ga.), 2007-02)
    This presentation will report on the results of a national survey of academic librarians opinions about open access. The authors will discuss what the findings tell us about librarians acceptance of the open access movement ...
  • Dill, Emily; Palmer, Kristi L. (2007-07-17)
    Presentation given at the Public Knowledge Project First Annual Conference, July 11-13, 2007, Vancouver, Canada. Revision of presentation entitled, "Preaching to the Choir?: How Academic Librarians Really Feel About Open Access"
  • Dill, Emily (Indiana Library Federation, 2008-10-09)
    The author reports on her experiences in a temporary archivist position and the lessons she learned about archives and libraries during this time.
  • Dill, Emily (Elsevier, 2008-10-09)
    This study assesses the effect of clickers on retention of library instruction material. A comparison of quiz results of students who utilized clickers during instruction versus students who did not showed no gain in ...
  • Palmer, Kristi L.; Dill, Emily; Christie, Charlene (2008-11-17)
    Academic libraries are becoming increasingly involved in scholarly communication through work with institutional repositories and other open access models. While academic librarians are being encouraged to promote these ...
  • Janke, Karen L.; Dill, Emily (2010-02-26)
    The authors of this paper use characters from the 1998 film The Big Lebowski to illustrate the intricate, self-defined nature of information seeking behavior and the ways in which personal characteristics contribute to the ...
  • Berte, Erica; Hittler, Jeffery (Journal of Applied Case Research, 2013-07-15)
    LHP Inc., a Midwestern engineering and software solutions firm, was founded by two partners that developed a strong organization culture, based in responsibility, partnership, innovation, integrity and diversity. The company ...
  • Ratiu, C.; Lvina, E.; Berte, E. (International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2011)
    In this theoretical work, we propose a fresh look at expatriate adjustment, in which the focus is on the link between motivational antecedents and expatriate adjustment, moderated by international strategy orientation. ...
  • Berte, E.; Neely, L. (Revista de Administração da UFSM, 2009)
    The first aim of this study is to identify the external and internal factors that have shaped the performance of Technology-Based Start-up Firms (TBSF) in the US. The second goal is to compare this study with a previous ...
  • Berte, E. (International Journal of Global Management Studies, 2010)
    This study aims to identify the impact of individualism and collectivism in the development of internal capabilities and external networks of Technology Based Start-Up Firms (TBSF). We conducted a multiple case study, with ...
  • Berte, E.; Martinho, I. R. A.; Rodrigues, L. (International Management Review, 2010)
    The aim of this study is to identify how characteristics of small technology-based firms (STBFs), their unique combination of internal capabilities, structure, and processes, influence strategy formulation. Based on ...
  • Washington, Madelyn (http://afrolatinoproject.org/2013/04/26/describing-diasporan-digital-information-objects/ http://afrolatinoproject.org/2013/04/26/describiendo-objetos-de-informacion-digital-en-la-diaspora/, 2013-04)
    The current global information environment has increased competition in places, such as libraries, where people have traditionally turned to for access to information. As a result of this competition, it is crucial for ...
  • Washington, Madelyn (2014-02-24)
    El ambiente actual de información global ha aumentado la competencia en lugares como bibliotecas, donde tradicionalmente han acudido para tener acceso a información. Como resultado de esta competencia, es esencial que ...
  • Odell, Jere D.; Dill, Emily; Palmer, Kristi L. (2014-04-11)
    Faculty who take an active role in the dissemination of their research are more likely to make an impact on a field of scholarship. Online, full text archiving is a key component of being a self-advocate and for building ...
  • Odell, Jere D.; Dill, Emily; Palmer, Kristi L. (Indiana Library Federation Annual Conference, 2014-11-19)
    Online, full text archiving is a key component of being a self-advocate for building a scholarly reputation. Posting a version of a published article in an open access repository increases an author's citation rate. To ...

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