206 · Selected Resources: Books And Journal Articles
Kalfatovic, Martin. “Online with the Show.” Library Journal netConnect Supplement (Winter 2001) 32–35.
Kelsey, Paul, and Sigrid Kelsey. “Outreach Services in Academic and Special Libraries.” The Reference
Librarian no. 82, 2003. (Review by Amy Blair in portal: Libraries and the Academy 5, no. 1 (January
2005): 140–41.)
Konzak, Elizabeth, and Dwain Teague. “Reconnect with Your Alumni and Connect to Donors.” Technical
Services Quarterly 26, no. 3 (2009): 217–25.
Kosovsky, Bob. “RBMS Seminar: Teaching and Outreach in Special Collections.” Furtive Librarian blog.
July 17, 2008. http://furtivelibrarian.blogspot.com/2008/07/rbms-seminar-teaching-and-
Lukenbill, W. Bernard. “Social Marketing for Archives: The Austin History Center Experience.”
Acquisitions Librarian 14, no. 28 (July 2003): 161–73.
Mazak, Jeanine, and Frank Manista. “Collaborative Learning: University Archives and Freshman
Composition.” Reference Librarian 32, no. 67/68 (February 2001): 225–42.
McCoy, Michelle. “The Manuscript as Question: Teaching Primary Sources in the Archives—The China
Missions Project.” College &Research Libraries 71, no. 1 (January 2010): 49–62.
Morales, Micaela, and Jeff Rosen. “Accessing the Old and the New: Outreach via Web Exhibits and
Archive Collections at the University of Arizona Library.” Reference Librarian 32, no. 67/68
(February 2001): 57–67.
Rettig, Patricia J. “An Integrative Approach to Archival Outreach: A Case Study of Becoming Part of the
Constituents’ Community.” Journal of Archival Organization 5, no. 3 (May 2008): 31–46.
Reynolds, Matthew, and Dale Sauter. “Engaging Undergraduates in Special Collections through English
Composition: Collaborating for Student Success.” College &Research Libraries News 69, no. 6 (June
2008): 318–21.
Roberto, R.V. “A Critical Look at Online Exhibitions and Online Collections: When Creating One Resource
is More Effective than the Other.” DESIDOC Journal of Library &Information Technology 28, no. 4
(July 2008): 63–71.
Robyns, Marcus C. “The Archivist as Educator: Integrating Critical Thinking Skills into Historical
Research Methods Instruction.” American Archivist 64, no. 2 (Fall/Winter 2001): 363–84.
Schmiesing, Ann, and Deborah Hollis. “The Role of Special Collections Departments in Humanities
Undergraduate and Graduate Teaching: A Case Study.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 2, no. 3
(July 2002): 465–80.
Sommer, Thomas. “UNLV Special Collections in the Twenty-First Century.” Information Technology and
Libraries 28, no. 4 (December 2009): 184–86.
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