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Assessing the Openness of Anthropology Journals
(Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 2017-10)
This study analyzes the extent of gold open access (OA) publishing options in 377 anthropology journals by applying a coding scheme ranging from 0) non-transparent publishing options to 5) fully OA (free to read and ...
A Post-Enron Look at Perceptions of Academic and Business Ethics by Business Students
(Journal of Business, Industry, and Economics, 2011)
In light of the financial scandals that have littered the 21st century and the emphasis being placed on ethical behavior by colleges, we re-examine the emphasis being placed on ethical behavior by colleges. The question ...
Mississippi Cooks: Building a Culinary Collection
(Mississippi Library Association, 2017)
From Farm to Pantry: Canning and Food Preservation Resources
(Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2017-04)
Streaming Media in an Uncertain Legal Environment: A Model Policy and Best Practices for Academic Libraries
(Clemson University Press, 2017)
As VCRs and DVD players become obsolete, online course offerings increase, and flipped pedagogy becomes ubiquitous, academic librarians are frequently confronted with requests from instructors for streaming media. The ...
Maximizing Access through Consortial Partnership: Mississippi State Univeristy Libraries' Journal Expansion Project
(Elsevier, Inc., 2007-12)
Consortial licenses with online access clauses can offer libraries the opportunity to begin new journal subscriptions at no additional cost and without losing access to existing subscriptions. Mississippi State University ...