Top 10 most-viewed items in EagleScholar
For your Groundhog Day reading pleasure, here are the top 10 most-viewed items in our EagleScholar institutional repository (free online archive, indexed in Google).
Submissions to EagleScholar may be made directly by registered authors or can be facilitated by the Zach Henderson Library at the author’s or community’s request. Open access journals, student projects, theses, dissertations, pre and post-print articles, instructional resources and university archival material are all candidates for deposit. If you are interested in starting a collection or contributing to an existing collection, please contact Jonathan H. Harwell, Coordinator of Content Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org or your Subject Specialist Librarian (http://library.georgiasouthern.edu/libref/ISLibrarians.pdf).
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|Multiple Partnerships for Student Information Literacy: Library, Writing Center, Faculty, and Administrators (Alderman, Barbara et al)
|Using Freely Available Software in Information Literacy Instruction (Madden, Leslie)
|Teaching with passion [electronic resource] : a narrative inquiry into elementary teachers’ identity development, personal and professional knowledge, and love of teaching / by Evelyn Lightfoot Aimar. (Aimar, Evelyn Lightfoot.)
|Teachers, Partners, Co-Mentors: Collaborating to Improve Research and Writing Instruction (Hodges, Alex R. et al)
|Librarians on Demand: Offering Instruction and Reference Services Anytime They want it and Anywhere They want it (Davis, Angiah et al)
|First African-American female school superintendent in Georgia [electronic resource] : reflections from the field to the forefront / by Lisa Nicole Herring. (Herring, Lisa Nicole.)
|Conference Program 2010 (Georgia Conference on Information Literacy)
|Publication Requirements and Tenure Approval Rates: An Issue for Academic Librarians (Mitchell, W. Bede et al)
|Holy Tabernacle Book Store, Savannah GA (from the Waddie Welcome Archive)
|10 Bucks = 10 Great Ideas: Dollar Daze and Thrifty Finds to Engage Students in Literacy and Learning (Andreacchi, Julia)
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