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  • Geuther, Christina (2014)
    With increasing demands of electronic collections in academic libraries, there is more to manage in licensing that inevitably affects Fair Use. Librarians need to be aware of terms that limit this conventional interpretation ...
  • Schenck-Hamlin, Donna C.; Han, Soo-Hye; Schenck-Hamlin, William (2014)
    Access to high-speed (broadband) Internet in public libraries requires a well-informed public to advocate, particularly in periods of government funding reductions and rapid technical and regulatory change. Libraries are ...
  • Ireton, Daniel; Pitts, Joelle; Ward, Benjamin D. (2014)
    In order to create innovative pathways to services and resources, the authors propose placing a “game-layer” on top of the library, luring new patrons with the potential of playing an Alternate/Augmented Reality Game (ARG). ...
  • Dotson, Joshua; Cater, Ryan; Bai, Tian; Stein, Taylor; Steuber, Jason (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2014)
    A single phase, microchannel heat sink and an experiment to test the heat sink is designed. The heat sink is designed to cool a 30mm x 10 mm plate that is subjected to a constant heat flux of 500 W/cm^2, a maximum surface ...
  • Hayes, Rachel (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2013)
    Rubber, a waterproof gum, was demanded by many in the early 1830’s. While useful as a waterproof, elastic fabric in its flexible state which is at room temperature, the rubber froze in the winter and turned sticky in the ...