Sycamore Scholars

Sycamore Scholars is a digital archive of scholarly works created by students, staff, and faculty at Indiana State University. Sycamore Scholars began as a means to enable ISU graduate students to submit their theses and dissertations electronically, but the repository can include journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, working papers, data sets, tutorials, music, photographs, and other digital items.

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  • Blevens, Cheryl L.; Muyumba, Valentine K. (ERIC, 2017-11-03)
    The paradigm of librarians who continue to follow the “traditional” behavior of sitting behind a Reference Desk expecting students to come to them, is shifting. A literature search reveals a variety of ways librarians are ...
  • Blevens, Cheryl L.; Muyumba, Valentine K. (ERIC, 2015-11-06)
    Graphic novels have come a long way since being regarded as comic books unworthy of use beyond being a quick read by young people. A literature review of the use of graphic novels reveals that the use of graphic novels has ...
  • Blevens, Cheryl L.; Muyumba, Valentine K. (ERIC, 2015-11-06)
    Graphic novels have come a long way since being regarded as comic books unworthy of use beyond being a quick read by young people. A literature review of the use of graphic novels reveals that the use of graphic novels has ...
  • Siddell, Kayla; Sutrina-Haney, Katie (2015-04-27)
    This presentation details the resources and services available through the Special Collections department of Cunningham Memorial library at Indiana State University.
  • Siddell, Kayla (2017-09-08)
    Where should students store data after they have completed their Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETDs)? The MetaArchive Cooperative has created the ETD+ Toolkit as an approach to improving research output management. ...

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