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    • About and Contributors 'Metadata and Digital Collections: A Festschrift in Honor of Tom Turner' 

      Cornell University Library; Bertoia, Bob (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
    • Being a Librarian: Metadata and Metadata Specialists in the Twenty-first Century 

      Calhoun, Karen (2004-12-17)
      Discusses the role of metadata and metadata specialists in libraries over the next decade.
    • Being a Librarian: Metadata and Metadata Specialists in the Twenty-first Century 

      Calhoun, Karen (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      This paper aims to forecast the changing roles of librarians ­ especially catalogers and metadata specialists ­ in today's technology-driven research, teaching, and learning environments, in which information seekers behave ...
    • Blueberries 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Stephen (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, propagation, site and soil preparation, planting, fertilization, cultivation and mulching, pruning, flowering and fruiting, diseases and pests, harvest
    • Brambles (Raspberries and Blackberries) 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University, 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, propagation, site and soil preparation, planting, care, cane management, trellising, pruning, diseases and pests, harvest
    • Building the Progressive City: Third Sector Housing in Burlington 

      Davis, John Emmeus (Temple University Press, 1990)
      In 1983 John Davis was a member of the technical assistance staff of the Massachusetts-based Institute for Community Economics (ICE) when Brenda Torpy and Michael Monte of Burlington VT’s Community and Economic Development ...
    • Chicago Politics and Community Development: A Social Movement Perspective 

      Gills, Doug (Rutgers University Press, 1991)
      Doug Gills, with John Betancur, did a series of books and other pieces on community organizing in the aftermath of the Washington mayoralty in the Richard M. Daley administration in the 1990s. He had earlier done a ...
    • Citizen Science as a Tool for Biodiversity Monitoring 

      Allen, Paul E.; Cooper, Caren B (2006)
      Monitoring to assess spatial and temporal trends in biological diversity is increasingly important as human populations and resource use expands. Most monitoring is carried out by government agencies charged with managing ...
    • Community as an Institutional Order and a Type of Organizing 

      Marquis, Christopher; Lounsbury, Michael; Greenwood, Royston (Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Emerald Group Publishing, 2011)
    • Composting Safety and Health 

      Brown, Nellie J (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2016)
      Introduction: Like farming, composting is rugged work. It involves mechanical equipment, physical labor and handling of diverse biological materials. It is usually practiced outdoors for long hours, in all types of weather. ...
    • The Continuum of Metadata Quality: Defining, Expressing, Exploiting 

      Bruce, Thomas R.; Hillmann, Diane I. (ALA Editions, 2004)
      Like pornography, metadata quality is difficult to define. We know it when we see it, but conveying the full bundle of assumptions and experience that allow us to identify it is a different matter. For this reason, among ...
    • The Core Historical Literature Approach for Selection for Digitial Imaging 

      Paulson, Joy (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      The Core Historical Literature Approach is based on the principle that effective preservation plans should focus on a specific discipline as a whole rather than on the holdings of an individual library and features the ...
    • "Cornell University" 

      Engst, Elaine D. (2007-03-05)
    • Cornell: Glorious to View 

      Kammen, Carol; LeFeber, Walter (Foreword) (Cornell University Library, 2003)
      The steep hills and dramatic gorges of Ithaca were the setting for a revolution in American education when, in the 1860s, a self-made man sought "to do the most good . . . to the poor and to posterity." Ezra Cornell's ...
    • Currants and Gooseberries 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, legalities of growing, site selection and soil preparation, planting, fertilizing, mulching, pruning, diseases and pests, harvest
    • Decentralized Development: From Theory to Practice 

      Mier, Robert; Moe, Kari (Rutgers University Press, 1991)
      Robert Mier had been Commissioner of Economic Development, Kari Moe in the Mayors Office in the Harold Washington administration. Here they draw on that experience for a well referenced and detailed account of the Department ...
    • DocuView™: The DiscoverPro Utility for Viewing QuickTime Documents 

      Cooke, J. Robert; Sobel, E. Ted (1994)
      Electronic publishing is now feasible using QuickTime movies with DocuView™ (DV). QuickTime (QT) was designed to provide animation capability for the Macintosh. With the current hardware limitations the image size must ...
    • Elderberries 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University, 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, planting, fertilizing, weed control, pruning, diseases and pests, harvest
    • ELECTROSPUN FIBERS FROM BOTH SOLUTION AND MELT: PROCESSING, STRUCTURE AND PROPERTY 

      Zhou, Huajun (the American Chemical Society, 2006)
      Electrospinning, in which a droplet of polymer liquid is elongated by the action of a strong electrical field, is an effective method to produce submicron scale fibers. The resulting nanofibers are collected as non-woven ...
    • Evaluation Policy and Evaluation Practice 

      Trochim, William (Wiley Periodicals Inc., 2009)
      Evaluation policy is of considerable importance, especially in relation to the limited amount of attention it receives as a general topic in the mainstream evaluation literature. Evaluation policies matter for several ...