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  • Belk, Ayana (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, 2018)
    Kansas City is a divided city, split along its north-south axis by Troost Avenue. Most African-American residents live on the east side of Troost, while on the west side are primarily white and upper-middle class residents. ...
  • Fritch, Melia E.
    This article establishes a theoretical framework for critical library instruction (and thereby critical information literacy) that is built upon critical feminist theory, critical race theory, and engaged pedagogy, among ...
  • Bengtson, Jason A.
    Almost all information professionals agree that the web needs to move to a semantic structure. While work is proceeding in this area, movements to get individual web authors to use semantic markup tools have also been on ...
  • Bengtson, Jason A.
    Some of the most exciting areas of computing research are quantum technologies. Relying on the counterintuitive laws which govern matter and energy at the smallest levels, quantum physics provides bold new answers to ...
  • Geuther, Christina
    This poster will explain the conversation between technical and public services librarians at Kansas State University regarding data breaches of electronic resources and how to avoid them.  After a recent surge of breaches ...

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