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Berry, John N., III. “Culture Convener: Once Quaint, the Albert Wisner Public Library Galvanized Support for a New Library That Narrows the Digital Divide and Powers a Roster of Nonstop Programs.” 2016, 24.

Berry, John. “Firing on All Cylinders: The Louisville Free Public Library Aligns with Civic Goals and a Broad Array of Partners to Empower and Improve Its Community Systematically.” 2016, 30.

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Chicosky, Chelsea Lauren. “Restructuring the Modern Education System in the United States: A Look at the Value of Compulsory Education Laws.” Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal 15 (01/01/ 2015): 1.

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Devin, Becker, and Nogues Collier. “Saving-over, over-Saving, and the Future Mess of Writers’ Digital Archives: A Survey Report on the Personal Digital Archiving Practices of Emerging Writers.” The American Archivist, no. 2 (2012): 482.

East, John W. “‘The Rolls Royce of the Library Reference Collection’: The Subject Encyclopedia in the Age of Wikipedia.” 2010, 162.

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Emanuel, Jenny. “Next Generation Catalogs: What Do They Do and Why Should We Care?”, 2009, 117.

Faire, Lucy, and Simon Gunn. Research Methods for History [in English]. Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012. Book.

Fallis, Don. “Information Ethics for Twenty-First Century Library Professionals.” Library Hi Tech 25, no. 1 (2007): 23-36.

Farmer, Lesley S. J. “The Life Cycle of Digital Reference Sources.” Reference Librarian 50, no. 2 (04//Apr-Jun2009 2009): 117.

Ford, Charlotte, Susan Weiss, and Barry Trott. “What Reference Librarians Can Learn from Car Talk.” 2012, 78.

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Gailey, R., K. Allen, J. Castles, J. Kucharik, and M. Roeder. “Review of Secondary Physical Conditions Associated with Lower-Limb Amputation and Long-Term Prosthesis Use.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 45, no. 1 (2008): 15-29 15p.

Galeffi, Agnese. “Biographical and Cataloguing Common Ground: Panizzi and Lubetzky, Kindred Spirits Separated by a Century.” Library & Information History 25, no. 4 (2009): 227-46.

Gardner, Sue Ann. “The Changing Landscape of Contemporary Cataloging.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 45, no. 4 (2008): 81-99.

Garnet, Henry Highland. “Gross Outrage on the Buffalo and Niagara Railroad.” 190-91, 1848.

Garrison, Dee. Journal of Academic Librarianship 3, no. 1 (03// 1977): 10.

“The Tender Technicians: The Feminization of Public Librarianship, 1876-1905.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 3, no. 1 (1977): 10.

Giles, Jim. “Internet Encyclopaedias Go Head to Head.” Nature, no. 7070 (2005): 900.

Goldberg, Beverly. “Wisconsin Director Resigns, Citing Small-Town Politics.” in Cedarburg 29, no. 4 (04// 1998): 28.

Gorman. “Descriptive Cataloging Its Past Present and Future.”

Grabar, Henry. “The Land Taxers of Fairhope.”

Graham, Patterson Toby. A Right to Read : Segregation and Civil Rights in Alabama’s Public Libraries, 1900-1965. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, c2002., 2002.

Greenberg. “Metadata and Digital Information.”

Gregg, Justin. Are Dolphins Really Smart? : The Mammal Behind the Myth [in English].  Oxford: OUP Oxford, 2013. Book.

Guillaume, Boutard, Guastavino Catherine, and Turner James. “A Digital Archives Framework for the Preservation of Cultural Artifacts with Technological Components.” International Journal of Digital Curation, Vol 8, Iss 1, Pp 42-65 (2013), no. 1 (2013): 42.

Hariri, N. “Relevance Ranking on Google: Are Top Ranked Results Really Considered More Relevant by the Users?” [In English]. ONLINE INFORMATION REVIEW 35, no. 4 (// 2011): 598-610.

Hartman, Liz. “A Vote for Libraries: As Election Season Enters the Homestretch, Everylibrary Founder John Chrastka Stresses That All Politics Is Local–Especially When It Comes Libraries.” 2016, 40.

Hawkins, Donald T. “Personal Digital Archiving Update: Software Tools and Systems: Many Materials That Individuals Wish to Archive Are Not in Digital Form, So a Major Aspect of Pda Is the Digitization Process for Photos or Documents.” 2016, 16.

Hayden, Delores. The Grand Domestic Revolution: A History of Feminist Designs for American Homes, Neighborhoods, and Cities.  Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1981.

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Hjørland, Birger. “Classical Databases and Knowledge Organization: A Case for Boolean Retrieval and Human Decision-Making During Searches.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66, no. 8 (2015): 1559-75.

Howard, Rebecca, and Laura Raphael. “Your Next Great Read: Creating a New Kind of Readers’ Advisory Service Reenergized Staff and Increased the Relevance of the Tulsa City-County Library.” 2013, 54.

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Jaeger, Paul T., Ursula Gorham, Lindsay C. Sarin, and John Carlo Bertot. “Libraries, Policy, and Politics in a Democracy: Four Historical Epochs.” Library Quarterly 83, no. 2 (04// 2013): 166-81.

Jaeger, Paul T., and Lindsay C. Sarin. “The Politically Engaged Public Library: Admitting and Embracing the Political Nature of Libraries and Their Goals.” Public Library Quarterly 35, no. 4 (10//Oct-Dec2016 2016): 325-30.

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Kaaland, Christie, and Debra E. Kachel. School Library Legislative Advocacy Defined. ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2012. Topic overview.

Kathleen M. Burnett, and Laurie J. Bonnici. “Contested Terrain: Accreditation and the Future of the Profession of Librarianship.” The Library Quarterly 76, no. 2 (2006): 193-219.

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Klement. “Open-System Versus Closed-System Indexing a Vital Distinction.”

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Lance, Keith Curry. “How School Librarians Leave No Child Behind: The Impact of School Library Media Programs on Academic Achievement of U.S. Public School Students.” School Libraries in Canada 22, no. 2 (12// 2002): 3.

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Leach, Guy J., and Tammy S. Sugarman. “Play to Win! Using Games in Library Instruction to Enhance Student Learning.” Research Strategies 20 (1/1/2005 2005): 191-203.

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