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    Arizona Public Libraries Serving the Spanish-Speaking: Context for Changes. [1]
    The Author and the Person: Foucauldian Reflection on the Author in Knowledge Organization Systems [1]
    Changes in public library youth services: A content analysis of youth services job advertisements. [1]
    Communication overload: a phenomenological inquiry into academic reference librarianship [1]
    Connecting the Dots: Pedagogy and Student Belief about Reference Sources [1]
    Describing vernacular literacy practices to enhance understanding of community information needs: A case study with practical implications. [1]
    Education for library service to youth in five countries. [1]
    Envisioning the future of reference instruction: LIS students' and practitioners' opinions on print and online sources. [1]
    Evaluating Cultural Authenticity in Multicultural Picture Books: A Collaborative Analysis for Diversity Education [1]
    An exploratory survery of reference source instruction in LIS courses. [1]
    Exploring the usefulness of awareness widgets in online shared workspaces: a preliminary case study [1]
    Fact or Facebook: digital media literacy and digital natives [1]
    Fiction access points across computer-mediated book information sources: A comparison of online bookstores, reader advisory databases, and public library catalogs. [1]
    The Function of Libraries for Latino College Students [1]
    Google Scholar and free or open access scholarly content: impact on academic libraries [1]
    Here Comes the Future: Embedding Library Leaders of Tomorrow [1]
    Information needs and search characteristics of first-year medical students [1]
    An invisible wall : the relationships between congregational and seminary libraries in the United States [1]
    Joplin Public Library Community Analysis [1]
    Latino librarians on becoming LIS educators: An exploratory investigation of the barriers in recruiting Latino faculty [1]