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Submissions from 2022


Discussing Complex Issues Using Case Studies, Wendy Sagers

Submissions from 2020

Teaching Life on Earth in Two Semesters: A Story 4.6 Billion Years in the Making, J. Christopher Gaiser

You Can Publish That: How Librarians Can Promote a Culture of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship, Kathleen Spring

Submissions from 2019

The Fire Is upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr., and the Debate over Race in America, Nicholas Buccola

Dawn's Tips: Reflections on Life as a Health Educator, Dawn Graff-Haight

Emojis Mean What?, Kay Livesay


It's Time to Look That Gift Horse in the Mouth: Approaches to Managing Gifts, Kathleen Spring

Linfield Faculty: Global Thinkers, Locally Engaged, Lissa K. Wadewitz, Chadwick V. Tillberg, Marie Chantalle Mofin Noussi, Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, and Jackson B. Miller

Submissions from 2018


Deciphering Dense Data: Approaches to Visualization, Sara Amato and Kathleen Spring

Dead Wrong: Will the United States Repeat the Mistakes of the 2003 Iraq War in North Korea and Iran?, M. Patrick Cottrell


Things Falling Apart: Free Speech and the (In)Civility of Disruptions on College Campuses, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

Waiting for Peace: Creating a Documentary for Interactive Multimedia, Michael Huntsberger

Reckoning with the Myths of Samurai Baseball: Japan's National Pastime in Literature, Film and Manga, Christopher T. Keaveney

Free Electrons!, Bill Mackie

What’s Love Got to Do with It? Apologia for a Lifelong Literary Education, Barbara Kitt Seidman


Making the Most of Student Workers: Creative Approaches to Staffing, Kathleen Spring

Language, Memory, and Story: Writing across the Genres, Joe Wilkins

Submissions from 2017

Is Truth Dead? Fact You!, Kaarina Beam

Queers in the Middle Ages? A Lesbian/Trans Reading of One Medieval Romance, Jamie Friedman


Public Media at 50: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act, Michael Huntsberger

Scenographic Illusions II: Designing for the Theatre, Tyrone Marshall

The Lur of Prillar Guri, Joan Haaland Paddock

From Farmer to Financial Giant: Shibusawa Ei'ichi's Blend of Confucianism and Capitalism in the Industrialization of Japan, John H. Sagers


Incorporating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Health Concepts into Nursing Curricula: What Nursing Faculty Should Know, Paul Smith and Julie Fitzwater

Symbiosis in the Sea: Studying Relationships between Marine Sponges and Marine Microbes, Jeremy Weisz


Meeting Your Class at the Crossroads: Using SLO/Frame Grids to Tailor Information Literacy Instruction, Patrick Wohlmut

Submissions from 2016

The Elliston Project: José Angel Araguz Poetry Reading, José Angel Araguz

A Joint Last Lecture: Rich Emery & Malcolm Greenlees, Richard Emery and Malcolm Greenlees

What, If Anything, Is a Tyrannosaurus Rex?, Leonard Finkelman


Engaging with the Dory Fleet: A Panel Discussion on a Collaborative College and Community Oral History Project, Brenda DeVore Marshall, Tyrone Marshall, Mary Beth Jones, Kathleen Spring, and Jackson B. Miller


Cultural Competence of Nurse Practitioners: Providing Care for Gay and Lesbian Clients, Paul S. Smith


New Strategies for Aligning Libraries with Institutional Goals, Roger Weaver, Kathleen Spring, and Maggie Trish

Pay No Attention to the Algorithm behind the Curtain!, Patrick Wohlmut


"Is This Something We Can Do?": Exploring the Possibilities of Faculty/Librarian Collaboration, Patrick Wohlmut and Kena Avila

Submissions from 2015

Stratospheric Ozone Depleting HCFC 142b, Ten Years Later: Global Warming Consequences, Alternatives and What's to Come, James J. Diamond


Paving a Two-Way Street: The Rewards and Challenges of Archival Projects with Community Partners, Eva Guggemos, Joanne Riley, Kathleen Spring, and Rachael Woody

Making Paintings, Making Poems, Lex Runciman and Ronald Mills de Pinyas

Submissions from 2014

Old Witches and New Saints: The Supernatural in Modern Mexico, William Bestor

The Anxious Canon: Post 9/11 Literatures, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

From Clumsy Failure to Skillful Fluency: An East-West Analysis and Solution to Sport's Choking Effect, Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza

The Girl in the Pool and Other Problems: Excerpts from a Novel in Progress, Anna Keesey

Culture and the Global World: Educating the Citizen of the 21st Century, Violeta Ramsay


How Is That Going To Work?: Part II - Acquisitions Challenges and Opportunities in a Shared ILS, Kathleen Spring, Damon Campbell, Carol Drost, and Siôn Romaine


Reducing Stigma toward the Transgender Community: An Evaluation of a Humanizing and Perspective-Taking Intervention, Tanya L. Tompkins, Kay Livesay, Chloe N. Shields, Caitlyn C. Talbot, and Kimberly M. Hillman

Submissions from 2013

Twice-Told Stories — Most of Them True, Dave Hansen

Community Media in the 21st Century: Participatory Culture and the Revitalization of Democracy, Michael Huntsberger

"And We Had Fun, Fun, Fun . . ." Till We Went over the Net Energy Cliff: Cultural Aspects of the Twilight of the Petroleum Age, Thomas Love


"And We Had Fun, Fun, Fun . . ." Till We Went over the Net Energy Cliff: Cultural Aspects of the Twilight of the Petroleum Age, Thomas Love


Packaging Inspiration: Al Qaeda's Digital Magazine Inspire and Self-Radicalization, Susan Currie Sivek


How Is That Going to Work?: Rethinking Acquisitions in a Next-Generation ILS, Kathleen Spring, Megan Drake, and Siôn Romaine


Institutional Repositories Supporting Community Engagement: Campus and Community Partnerships at Linfield College, Kathleen Spring and Brenda DeVore Marshall

Reducing Stigma toward the Transgender Community: An Evaluation of a Humanizing and Perspective-Taking Intervention, Tanya Tompkins

Submissions from 2012


Deep Engagement with Student Learning: Librarians as Instructors-of-Record for Writing-Intensive Undergraduate Courses, Jean Caspers and Susan Barnes Whyte

X-treme Housing Assessment in Guatemala, Jeff Peterson


Getting Students into Digital Magazines, Susan Currie Sivek


Teaching with Social Media, Susan Currie Sivek


Collections Management for Newbies, Kathleen Spring and Kathleen Carlisle Fountain

Eco-terrorism or Eco-tage: An Argument for the Proper Frame, David Sumner and Lisa Weidman

Submissions from 2011


HD Radio Shouldn't Be This Hard: The High Definition Experiences of Low Tech Community Radio, Michael Huntsberger


"Takin' It to the Web": Updating Operations Manuals for Today's Techno-Realities, Kathleen Spring

Submissions from 2010


HD Radio vs. Public Radio Player, Michael Huntsberger

Submissions from 2009


HD Radio: Lost in Transition, Michael Huntsberger and Alan G. Stavitsky