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  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1998)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1976)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1987)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1980)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2001)
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1980)
  • Pitts, Joelle; Coleman, Jason; Bonella, Laura J. (2013)
    This article discusses the data-driven activities of Kansas State University Libraries in response to documented lack of awareness and usage of library resources within our distance community. It presents data from a survey ...
  • Courtois, Martin P.; Turtle, Elizabeth C. (2008)
    This paper explores the benefits of using faculty focus groups as an early component of a scholarly communications program with suggestions for planning and conducting sessions, recruiting participants and analyzing outcomes.
  • Schoeff, Robert W. (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 1989)