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ROTC Building Occupation at ASU, April 23-25, 1969

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Historical research produced for a portion of the exhibit entitled Civil Rights in Arizona, which was displayed at the Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library in 2012-2013. The action at the ROTC Building was one of the largest protests in Arizona State

Historical research produced for a portion of the exhibit entitled Civil Rights in Arizona, which was displayed at the Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library in 2012-2013. The action at the ROTC Building was one of the largest protests in Arizona State University history, resulting in the arrest of ten individuals. The second file, entitled "Who Were the Tempe Ten?", describes the arrested students and unaffiliated persons.

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2012

Selling Sunshine: ASU Solar Energy Research 1951-1980

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Original exhibit panel text and an associated interview with ASU faculty Charles Backus and Harvey Bryan for the exhibit presented at the Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library, Fall, 2013.

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2013-07-01

Final Report of the Task Force on Electronic Publications, Society of American Archivists

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The Task Force was charged to devise a plan for phased electronic publication of periodicals and monographs produced by the Society of American Archivists. The report offered over fifty possible next steps and includes several appendices addressing specific sub-topics.

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2002-12-10

Normal Education: Arizona State University In 1912

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Presentation slides and variant presentation scripts for an overview of the Tempe Normal School as it was in 1912. Campus buildings, campus lands, academics, and student activities are featured.

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2012-01

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Developing Applied Projects Collections in an Institutional Repository: Challenges & Benefits

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While PhD dissertations are typically accessible many other terminal degree projects remain invisible and inaccessible to a greater audience. Over the past year and a half, librarians at Arizona State University collaborated with faculty and departmental administrators across a variety

While PhD dissertations are typically accessible many other terminal degree projects remain invisible and inaccessible to a greater audience. Over the past year and a half, librarians at Arizona State University collaborated with faculty and departmental administrators across a variety of fields to develop and create institutional repository collections that highlight and authoritatively share this type of student scholarship with schools, researchers, and future employers. This poster will present the benefits, challenges, and considerations required to successfully implement and manage these collections of applied final projects or capstone projects. Specifically, issues/challenges related to metadata consistency, faculty buy-in, and developing an ingest process, as well as benefits related to increased visibility and improved educational and employment opportunities will be discussed. This interactive presentation will also discuss lessons learned from the presenter’s experiences in context of how they can easily apply to benefit their respective institutions.

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2017-05-02