This collection collates faculty and staff collections alphabetically by surname.

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The content is originally created and designed to reflect my scholarly output in the field of librarianship. My research interests are primarily focused on issues related to open access, scholarly publishing, copyright, and collection development. I am a Library Information Specialist--Lead with Arizona State University.

ASU Scholarship Showcase

This growing collection consists of scholarly works authored by ASU-affiliated faculty, staff, and community members, and it contains many open access articles. ASU-affiliated authors are encouraged to Share Your Work in KEEP.

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A collection of scholarly work created by Carol M. Baldwin, Associate Professor, Southwest Borderlands Scholar and Director, Center for World Health Promotion & Disease Prevention at Arizona State University.

Carol received her doctoral degree and her postdoctoral studies (Epidemiology of Sleep, Environmental and Cardiopulmonary Disorders at the University of Arizona in 1997.

Dr. Baldwin's research interests include World & U.S. Border Health, sleep disorders, health disparities, quality of life, chronic disease, and alternative medicine.

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Research on all aspects of traumatic death, including stillbirth and perinatal death, child death, homicide, suicide, rituals, epidemiology and etiology, culture, psychosocial care, mindfulness based models for caregiving.

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Individual repository of Sherman Dorn, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. In my scholarship, I trace how society defines school problems and how those definitions shape education policy. In my first major research project, I documented that dropping out became defined as a crisis in the 1960s when the proportion of teens graduating from high school had been rising for years. I have written on various topics on special education, from the fuzzy public-private divide to how the mass culture of test-prep undermines formative assessment.

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Currently a Liaison Librarian in the Social Sciences Division, Engagement & Learning Services Directorate, Wes Edens was assigned the dual roles of Digital Services Librarian at ASU Library (Hayden) and Senior Librarian at Thunderbird School of Management from 2014-2016. Prior to that, he was Director of the Merle A. Hinrichs International Business Information Centre at Thunderbird from 2012-2014. From 1998-2012, he was Electronic Resources Librarian at Thunderbird. Before Thunderbird, Wes was the business librarian at Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota.

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This collection is intended to be a record of Meagan Ehlenz's scholarly work, and includes current working papers.

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Papers, presentations, and other documents on academic media by deg farrelly, Full Librarian at Arizona State University.

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A collection of scholarly and professional work created by Matthew Harp. Matthew is a Research Data Management Librarian and Director of Research Data Services in ASU Library Technology Services. He has also served as a Liaison Librarian in the ASU Library Engagement and Learning Services STEM Division, as Digital Projects Librarian in Informatics and Cyberinfrastructure Services, and was the Digital Library Production Manager producing instructional and outreach media.

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A collection of scholarly work created by Alexandra Humphreys, an Instruction and Education librarian at the Arizona State University Libraries, Downtown Phoenix campus.