A collection of scholarly, professional, and creative work. Virginia Pannabecker is a Health Sciences Librarian at ASU Libraries, Downtown Phoenix Campus Library, supporting the success of Arizona State University Health Sciences students, staff, and faculty in their research, learning, and professional endeavors. In this capacity, her research interests center around open content (open access, open education, open educational resources, open licensing, open publishing), and effective research methods for evidence based practice in Exercise & Wellness, Health Sciences, Healthcare, Kinesiology, Nursing, and Nutrition. As a humanist by training, Virginia is also interested in how literature, film, and other creative endeavors influence and expand our understanding of social issues and actively broaden our perspectives on the ways we interact with each other and with our built and natural environments.

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