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Effects of human activity on the habitat utilization of Himalayan marmot (Marmota himalayana) in Zoige wetland 

Zhou, Shuailing; Krzton, Ali; Gao, Shuai; Guo, Cheng; Xiang, Zuofu; 0000-0001-9979-2471 (2021-07-06)
Human activity is increasingly and persistently disturbing nature and wild animals. Affected wildlife adopts multiple strategies to deal with different human influences. To explore the effect of human activity on habitat ...

Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Differences in Behavior for Local and Non-Local Users 

Coates, Midge; Coates, Mildred (2015-01-15)
This study examines two research questions: (1) How do users in different locations find Auburn University Electronic Theses and Dissertations? (2) Do users in different locations interact differently with the collection ...

Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Limited Shelf Life or Long Tail? 

Coates, Midge; Coates, Mildred (2018-09-04)
When we make theses and dissertations available electronically, we do so because we believe that these documents have value for researchers. We do not know, however, if this value has a time limit or if it will be sustained. ...

Embargo Periods and External Publication for History Dissertations 

Coates, Midge; Coates, Mildred (2017-08-06)
A policy statement issued by the American Historical Association (AHA) in July 2013 recommended that institutions with mandatory deposit allow creators to embargo their ETDs for a period of up to six years. The reason given ...

Embargo Periods: How Do They Affect the Use of Electronic Theses and Dissertations? 

Coates, Midge; Coates, Mildred (2015-01-15)
Embargo periods for Electronic Thesis and Dissertations (ETDs) collections are usually discussed from the point of view of publishers and/or submitters, not that of digital library end-users. This poster examines the impact ...

Embedding Information Literacy Instruction throughout the Curriculum 

Carter, Toni; Noe, Nancy (2018-01-26)
Subject librarians at Auburn have traditionally taught information literacy sessions within the disciplines on an ad hoc basis. While they have wanted a more formal role in courses, their involvement depends on the ...

ETD Embargos: Are There Discipline-Based Differences in Candidates' Selections? 

Coates, Midge; Coates, Mildred (2015-10-02)
It is frequently assumed that graduate students seeking to embargo their Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) are either scientists/engineers planning to patent their discoveries or liberal arts majors planning to ...

Eugene B. Sledge and Mobile: 75 Years After "The War" 

Trehub, Aaron; 0000-0002-0296-5792 (2020-09-09)
Brief magazine piece on Eugene B. Sledge and his boyhood in Mobile, Alabama on the 75th anniversary of the battle of Okinawa and the end of World War II.

Everyday Inclusion Begins with Me: Diversity and Intergroup Communication in the Workplace 

Iglesias, Aubrey; Whaley, Pambanisha; Alabi, Jaena (2020-06-10)
Join us to explore actions at the individual level that help create an environment where diverse perspectives flourish and a desired long-term outcome is to attract, recruit, and retain a workforce of librarians from diverse ...

"Everyone wants to do the model work, not the data work": Data Cascades in High-Stakes AI 

Krzton, Ali; Krzton, Alicia; 0000-0001-9979-2471 (2022-04-13)
Those who work with data have learned the importance of provenance, documentation, standardization, context, and metadata in maintaining the quality of datasets. This was historically done to preserve their utility for ...

Expanding access: An evaluation of Readcube as an interlibrary loan alternative 

Grabowsky, Adelia (2016-07-14)
Objective: Readcube is a patron-driven, document delivery system which provides immediate access to articles from all journals owned by the Nature Publishing group. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of ...

Facilitating Interdisciplinary Competence: Collaboration Between Undergraduate Baccalaureate Nursing Students and Graduate Students Specializing in Communication Disorders 

McMillan, Libba; Burns, Embry; Willis, Laura; Grabowsky, Adelia (2017-12-01)
The fast-paced nature of the healthcare setting, coupled with the number of allied professionals involved, demands accurate and concise written communication. It is imperative that written communication between nursing and ...

First Research: Industry profiles for the sales professional 

Winn, Trevor; Martindale, Tyler (2019-03-20)

From Hostile to Inclusive: Strategies for Improving the Racial Climate of Academic Libraries 

Alabi, Jaena (2018-11-02)
Despite the presence of programs such as the American Library Association (ALA) Spectrum Scholarship and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce, Library and Information Science ...

Geophagy of Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus bieti) at Xiangguqing in the Baimaxueshan Nature Reserve, China 

Li, Dayong; Ren, Baoping; Hu, Jie; Zhang, Qingyu; Yang, Yumin; Grueter, Cyril C.; Krzton, Ali; He, Xinming; Li, Ming; Krzton, Alicia; 0000-0001-9979-2471 (2020-07-23)
Geophagy is common in extant nonhuman primate species, but the exact reasons for it across species remain unclear. Previous diet studies on Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus bieti) were only focused on organic ...

George Eliot in Romantic Biofiction 

Rilett, Beverley Park; 0000-0002-1699-0323 (2022-04-01)
Book review of The Honeymoon, by Dinitia Smith, published 2016 by Other Press

George Henry Lewes, the Real Man of Science Behind George Eliot's Fictional Pedants 

Rilett, Beverley Park; 0000-0002-1699-0323 (2022-04-01)
This paper demonstrates that George Eliot drew on George Henry Lewes’s actual experience as an emerging scientist in her depiction of two fictional scholars, Edward Casaubon of Middlemarch and Proteus Merman, a lesser-known ...

Getting to the Bottom Line: 20 Digital Preservation Cost Questions 

Trehub, Aaron; Skinner, Katherine; Schultz, Matthew (2015-12-11)
Getting to the Bottom Line: 20 Cost Questions for Digital Preservation is a cost-gathering resource created by the Outreach Committee of the MetaArchive Cooperative in Spring 2015. Launched during an Association of ...