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Book chapter preprint from Exploring Discovery: The Front Door to your Library's Licensed and Digitized Content, ed. Kenneth J Varnum (ALA, 2016).
This chapter describes a visualization of the main elements in play when we search for information. The chapter describes how this visualization can be used to start classroom conversations around how social, political, and economic systems influence how people create, organize, find, and gain...
Environmental versus Natural Heritage Stewardship: Nova Scotia's Annapolis River and the Canadian Heritage River SystemDownload
Mindful of the keen public interest in heritage preservation, environmental organizations have routinely characterized nature as a “heritage” asset to be preserved for future generations. But while doing so has often proved effective for winning public support for environmental initiatives, it...
Interesting real-world samples are almost always present as mixtures containing the analyte(s) of interest and a matrix of components that are irrelevant to answering the analytical question at hand. Additionally, the compounds comprising the matrix are usually present in far greater...
Women’s professional mentorship in psychology and the academy: One group’s stories of quilting and lifeDownload
Introduction: How we choose to mentor and support one another in the profession of psychology and the academy speaks volumes about the values we hold in our chosen practice. This paper highlights the experience of six women who chose to form a professional group based on mutual support,...
In this chapter I lay out a notion of philosophical naturalism that aligns with pragmatism. It is developed and illustrated by a presentation of my views on natural kinds and my theory of concepts. Both accounts reflect a methodological naturalism and are defended no by way of metaphysical...