This page contains the open access scholarship of the staff of the AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. Open access is the ability to distribute and access scholarly research without restriction.

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Submissions from 2016

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“Hello, World!”: Starting a Coding Group for Librarians, Justin de la Cruz and Joshua D. Hogan
Information & Research Services Unit, Digital Services Department

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Funding the Future of African American Religion Archival Collections at the Atlanta University Center’s Robert W. Woodruff Library, Andrea Jackson, Brad Ost, and Christine Wiseman
Archives Research Center, Information & Research Services Unit, Digital Services Unit

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A Digital Quandary: Limited vs Broadly Accessible Collections, Andrea Jackson and Christine Wiseman
Archives Research Center, Digital Services Department

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How Studying Abroad Made Me a Better Librarian: Making Libraries Part of the Journey, Jordan Moore
Information & Research Services Unit

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Becoming an Embedded Librarian: Making Connections in the Classroom (Book Review), Brad Ost
Information & Research Services Unit

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Open Access: What Is It and Why Is It Important to You?, Brad Ost
Information & Research Services Unit

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Religion and American Cultures: Tradition, Diversity, and Popular Expression, 2nd Edition (Book Review), Brad Ost
Information & Research Services Unit

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A Practical Approach to Digital Preservation Planning at a Mid-Sized Academic Library, Christine Wiseman
Digital Services Department

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Time, Money, and Effort: A Practical Approach to Digital Content Management, Christine Wiseman and Al Matthews
Digital Services Unit

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Managing Digital Assets in a Collaborative Environment, Christine Wiseman, Sarah Tanner, and Joshua D. Hogan
Archives Research Center, Digital Services Department

Submissions from 2015

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Behind E-Theses and Dissertations at the Robert W. Woodruff Library, Suteera Apichatabutra
Digital Services Unit

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Producing Video For Teaching and Learning: Planning and Collaboration (Book Review), Brad Ost
Information & Research Services Unit

Submissions from 2014

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How to Flip and Land on Your Feet: Strategies for Empowering Faculty to Use Flipped Classrooms, Emy Nelson Decker
E-Learning Technologies Unit

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Using Blogs in the Library to Reach Diverse and Non-Traditional Student Groups, Emy Nelson Decker and Monya Tomlinson
E-Learning Technologies Unit, Information & Research Services Unit

Submissions from 2012

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Author Interviews Panel: Faculty Involvement via Self-Promotion, Brad Ost
Information & Research Services Unit

Submissions from 2011

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Easy Technology Tools for Engaging First Year Students in Information Literacy, Bernetta Doane and Rosaline Y. Odom
Information & Research Services Unit

Submissions from 2009

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Extreme Makeover Reference Edition: Restructuring Reference Services at the Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, Kimberley L. Bugg and Rosaline Y. Odom
Information & Research Services Unit

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Phytochemical Induction of Cell Cycle Arrest by Glutathione Oxidation and Reversal by N-Acetylcysteine in Human Colon Carcinoma Cells, Rosaline Y. Odom, M. Y. Dansby, A. M. Rollins-Hairston, K. M. Jackson, and W. G. Kirlin
Information & Research Services Unit