Antonio Sotomayor, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Librarian and Assistant Professor at the University Library, has published his book The Sovereign Colony: Olympic Sport, National Identity, and International Politics in Puerto Rico with the University of Nebraska Press.
Undergraduate research, data repositories, Marcel Proust, online education: these are just a few of the topics of research published by library faculty and academic professionals in Fall 2015. Explore the full list below!
How do people use mobile devices for information seeking, and how can we best design library and information services for those who do so? How can we transform spaces and services to address the changing needs of library users? These themes are just two running through new publications by library faculty and academic professionals at the University of Illinois Library. Summer proved a productive season for new research, and in the list below you can get a hint of library contributions to these areas and others spread across diverse topics, from virtual poetry to invasive plant species to library and information science education.
Congratulations to the Illinois librarians and academic professionals publishing in Spring of 2015! The past several months saw book and article publications on library assessment, less commonly taught language collections, grey literature, loaning technology, and more. The following publications have been submitted to the blog. Significant research publications from those listed below are also added to the Major Publications by Library Faculty Database.