LIB Latest Research Publications

The most recent research from the faculty and staff of the USF Libraries (September 2021)
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At the USF Libraries, our faculty librarians and staff regularly contribute research presentations, peer-reviewed articles, or equivalent publications that impact the profession. Explore the LIB Latest in publications below.

 

Amanda Boczar and Sydney Jordan have co-authored the article, “Continuity during COVID: Critical digital pedagogy and special collections virtual instruction” published in the IFLA Journal (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions).

Boczar A. and Jordan S. “Continuity during COVID: Critical digital pedagogy and special collections virtual instruction.” IFLA Journal. July 2021. doi:10.1177/03400352211023795 https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/tlib_facpub/22/

 

 

 

Theresa Burress and Emily Mann wrote a chapter for Data Literacy in Academic Libraries: Teaching Critical Thinking with Numbers called “Data Literacy in Undergraduate Education: Faculty Perspectives and Pedagogical Approaches,” which you can find listed in the table of contents, Chapter 1.

Citation: Burress, Theresa, Mann, Emily Z., Montgomery, Susan E., and Walton, Rachel, “Data Literacy in Undergraduate Education: Faculty Perspectives and Pedagogical Approaches.” In Data Literacy in Academic Libraries: Teaching Critical Thinking with Numbers, ed. Julia Bauder. Chicago : ALA Editions, 2021.

 

 

Kaya van Beynen co-authored “Religiously Diverse Multicultural Literature for Early Childhood” in the Early Childhood Education Journal.

Citation: Bennett, S.V., Gunn, A. A., van Beynen, K., and Morton, M. L. “Religiously Diverse Multicultural Literature for Early Childhood.” Early Childhood Educ J (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10643-021-01180-7
https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/fac_publications/4103/

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