A collection of journal articles and white papers from the librarian and staff members of University of the Pacific Libraries.

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Submissions from 2017

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Information literacy and informed learning: Conceptual innovations for IL research and practice futures, Christine S. Bruce, Andrew Demasson, Hilary Hughes, Mandy Lupton, Clarence Maybee, Anita Mirijamdotter, Elham Sayyad Abdi, and Mary M. Somerville

Review. Characters on the Couch: Exploring Psychology through Literature and Film, Robin Imhof

Submissions from 2016

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Review. Folktales and Fairy Tales: Traditions and Texts from Around the World, Robin Imhof

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Using the Assessment Process to Improve Evidence-Based Information Gathering Skills for Future Audiologists, Mickel Paris, Jiong Hu, Veronica Koo, Susanna Marshall, and Gabriella Musacchia

Submissions from 2015

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Adopting Informed Systems learning theory: How 21st Century organizations can move from theory to practice, Mary M. Somerville

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Informed Systems: Enabling collaborative evidence based organizational learning, Mary M. Somerville and Niki Chatzipanagiotou

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At home in the world: International library staff exchange program highlights, Mary M. Somerville, Liz Cooper, Catta Torhell, and Cindy Hashert

Submissions from 2014

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Developing Information Literacy Skills for Tomorrow’s Music Industry Leaders, Keith Hatschek and Veronica Wells

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A comparative study of two design charrettes: Implications for codesign and Participatory Action Research, Zaana Howard and Mary M. Somerville

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Sources: Inspired by True Events: An Illustrated Guide to More Than 500 History-Based Films, Robin Imhof

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Participatory Action Research: Improving professional practices and local situations, Mary M. Somerville

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Collaborative improvements in the discoverability of scholarly content: Accomplishments, aspirations, and opportunities, A SAGE White Paper, Mary M. Somerville and Lettie Y. Conrad

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Toward improved discoverability of scholarly content: Cross-sector collaboration essentials, Mary M. Somerville and Lettie Y. Conrad

The library – The heart of the campus, Mary M. Somerville and Liliana Moldovan

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Report: SAILS Test Executive Summary 2014, Veronica A. Wells

Submissions from 2013

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Creating library currents in a web 2.0 world, Mickel Paris

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A new way of thinking and working, Mary M. Somerville

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Digital Age discoverability: A collaborative organizational approach, Mary M. Somerville

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Summon web-scale discovery service implementation: An organizational readiness case study, Mary M. Somerville

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Organisational transformation paves way for improved discovery, Mary M. Somerville and Kristin Antelman

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Discoverability challenges and collaboration opportunities within the scholarly communications ecosystem: A SAGE white paper update, Mary M. Somerville and Lettie Y. Conrad

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Plenary II: A Tour of Northern California Music Archives, Veronica A. Wells

Submissions from 2012

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Yo soy Colorado: Three collaborative Hispanic cultural heritage initiatives, Beverly B. Allen, Dana EchoHawk, Rhonda Gonzales, Fawn-Amber Montoya, and Mary M. Somerville

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Supporting informed learners in the 21st century, Christine S. Bruce, Hilary Hughes, and Mary M. Somerville

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Sources: Movies in American History: An Encyclopedia (Review), Robin Imhof

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iPads to Enhance User Engagement During Reference Interactions, Michelle M. Maloney and Veronica A. Wells

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SAGE’s White Paper on discoverability in the Twenty-First Century: Collaboration opportunities for publishers, vendors, and librarians, Mary M. Somerville

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Appreciative Inquiry: A transformative approach for initiating shared leadership and organizational learning, Mary M. Somerville and Marical Farner

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Improving the discoverability of scholarly content in the Twenty-First Century: Collaboration opportunities for librarians, publishers, and vendors, A SAGE White Paper, Mary M. Somerville, Barbara J. Schader, and John Sack

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John Muir in the Study commons: A Case Study in the Aesthetic and Educational Impact of Art in the Library, Shan Sutton and Robin Imhof

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Hunting for QR Codes: Linking Students to the Music Collection, Veronica A. Wells

Submissions from 2011

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Library space planning: A Participatory Action Research approach, Mary M. Somerville and Margaret Brown-Sica

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Recuerdos hablados /memories spoken: Toward the co-creation of digital knowledge with community significance, Mary M. Somerville and Dana EchoHawk

Concert Programmes, Veronica A. Wells

Submissions from 2010

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From information to learning commons: Campus planning highlights, Mary M. Somerville and Navjit Brar

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Rethinking libraries in terms of learning and working collaboratively: An interview with Mary Somerville, Mary M. Somerville, Ivan Gaetz, and Janet Lee

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Information in context': Co-designing workplace structures and systems for organisational learning, Mary M. Somerville and Zaana Howard

Submissions from 2009

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Sources: LGBTQ America Today: An Encyclopedia (Review), Robin Imhof

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Collaborative design: An SSM-enabled organizational learning approach, Anita Mirijamdotter and Mary M. Somerville

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A user-centered and evidence-based approach for digital library projects, Mary M. Somerville and Navjit Brar

Submissions from 2008

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Sources: British Film Noir Guide (Review), Robin Imhof

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Collaborative design: A learner-centered library planning approach, Mary M. Somerville and Lydia Collins

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Systems thinking: An approach for advancing workplace information literacy, Mary M. Somerville and Zaana Howard

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The ETS iSkills TM assessment: A digital age tool, Mary M. Somerville, Gordon W. Smith, and Alexius Smith Macklin

Preparing a new generation of librarians to serve our communities, Mary M. Somerville and G. Yusko

Submissions from 2007

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Literature based scientific learning: A collaboration model, Susan L. Elrod and Mary M. Somerville

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Toward large scale assessment of information and communication technology literacy: Implementation considerations for the ETS ICT literacy instrument, Mary M. Somerville, Lynn D. Lampert, Katherine S. Dabbour, Sallie Harlan, and Barbara Schader

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Collaborative co-design: A user-centric approach for advancement of organizational learning, Mary M. Somerville and Mary Nino

Submissions from 2006

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Learning our way to change: Improved institutional alignment, Hiram L. Davis and Mary M. Somerville

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Sources: Encyclopedia of the Documentary Film (Review), Robin Imhof

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An interactive and iterative evaluation approach for creating collaborative learning environments, Anita Mirijamdotter, Mary M. Somerville, and Marita Holst

Submissions from 2005

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Review. Guide to the Gothic III, Robin Imhof

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Building on what we know: Staff development in the digital age, Mary M. Somerville, Malia E. Huston, and Anita Mirijamdotter

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Life after the reference desk: Co-creating a digital age library, Mary M. Somerville and Barbara Schader

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Rethinking what we do and how we do it: Systems thinking strategies for library leadership, Mary M. Somerville, Barbara Schader, and Malia E. Huston

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If you build it with them, they will come: Digital research portal design and development strategies, Mary M. Somerville and Frank Vuotto

Submissions from 2004

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Review. Allen, Brooke. Artistic License: Three Centuries of Good Writing and Bad Behavior, Robin Imhof

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Review. Bad Boys: The Actors of Film Noir, Robin Imhof

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Review. Johnson, Sarah Anne, Conversations with American Women Writers, Robin Imhof

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Review. Mikhail, Mona N., Seen and Heard: A Century of Arab Women in Literature and Culture, Robin Imhof

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Review. National Portrait Gallery Online, Robin Imhof

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Review. Sedaris, David, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Robin Imhof

Submissions from 2003

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Learning to make a difference: Coverage from ACRL's 11 National Conference, Part 2, Angela Gooden, Robin Imhof, Allison Ondrasik King, Jennifer Little, and Susan B. Markley

Review. The Harvey Milk Institute Guide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Internet research, Robin Imhof

Submissions from 1991

Toward Information Literacy – Innovative Perspectives for the 1990s, Mary M. Somerville