References & Sources

This page is organized by section: Benefits of Pleasure Reading Post, Resources from Copyright Information Pages, Image Search Resources, Institutional Repository (IR) Resources, Additional Copyright & Fair Dealing Academic Resources, Additional IR Academic Resources.

Benefits of Pleasure Reading Post

  • Datta, S., & Macdonald-Ross, M. (2002). Reading Skills and Reading Habits: A study of new Open University undergraduate reservees. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning, 17(1), 69–88. http://doi.org/10.1080/02680510120110193
  • Ditzhazy, H. E. R., & Maylone, N. (2004). Reading for Pleasure: It’s OK! Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 70(3), 54–57.
  • Gilbert, J., & Fister, B. (2011). Reading, Risk, and Reality: College Students and Reading for Pleasure. College & Research Libraries, 72(5), 474–495.
  • Hodgson, K., & Thomson, R. (2000). What do medical students read and why? A survey of medical students in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. Medical Education, 34(8), 622–629. http://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2923.2000.00542.x
  • Kelly, K. E., & Kneipp, L. B. (2009). Reading for Pleasure and Creativity Among College Students. College Student Journal, 43(4), 1137–1144.
  • Kelly, W. E., & Daughtry, D. (2006). Pursuit of Leisure Reading and Interest in Watching the Night-Sky: Relationship Between Reading for Pleasure and Noctcaelador. Reading Improvement, 43(2), 59–63.
  • Kringelbach, M. L., Vuust, P., & Geake, J. (2008). The pleasure of reading. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 33(4), 321–335. http://doi.org/10.1179/174327908X392889
  • Miall, D. S., & Kuiken, D. (1995). Aspects of Literary Response: A New Questionnaire. Research in the Teaching of English, 29(1), 37–58.
  • Rane-Szostak, D., & Herth, K. A. (1995). Pleasure Reading, Other Activities, and Loneliness in Later Life. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 39(2), 100–108.
  • Ross, C. (2000). Finding Without Seeking: What Readers Say About the Role of Pleasure Reading as a Source of Information. APLIS, 13(2), 72.
  • Schutte, N. S., & Malouff, J. M. (2004). University Student Reading Preferences in Relation to the Big Five Personality Dimensions. Reading Psychology, 25(4), 273–295. http://doi.org/10.1080/02702710490522630
  • Shin, N. (2004). Exploring Pathways from Television Viewing to Academic Achievement in School Age Children. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 165(4), 367–382. http://doi.org/10.3200/GNTP.165.4.367-382

Resources from Copyright Information Pages

Image Search Resources

Institutional Repository (IR) Resources

THE BEST PLACE TO FIND INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR INSTITUTION’S IR IS TO CHECK YOUR INTERNAL POLICY. THESE RESOURCES, LIKE THE INFORMATION PAGE, OFFER GENERAL INFORMATION. FOR A(NOTHER) COLLECTION OF IR RESOURCES, VISIT THE DIGITAL COMMONS PAGE RESEARCH ON INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES: ARTICLES AND PRESENTATIONS

Additional Copyright & Fair Dealing Academic Resources

THESE ARTICLES ADDRESS COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN ACADEMIA AROUND THE WORLD. WHILE SOME THESE ARTICLES MAY NOT FOCUS ON COPYRIGHT, IMAGE USE, OR FAIR USE, I FOUND EACH HELD RELEVANT INFORMATION AND ILLUMINATED THE CONCERNS OF STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS, AND FACULTY IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES.
  • ARLEN, SHELLEY, MELISSA J. CLAPP, AND CINDY L. CRAIG. 2015. “PRODUCING TUTORIALS WITH DIGITAL PROFESSIONALS: PRIMARY SOURCES, PIRATES, AND PARTNERS.” JOURNAL OF LIBRARY INNOVATION 6 (1): 1–21.
  • BRIDGES, LAURIE M., AND TIAH EDMUNSON-MORTON. 2011. “IMAGE-SEEKING PREFERENCES AMONG UNDERGRADUATE NOVICE RESEARCHERS.” EVIDENCE BASED LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PRACTICE 6 (1): 102.
  • CASEY, JOHN. 2012. “CREATIVE COMMONS LICENCES: ARE THEY RIGHT FOR YOU?” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 37 (2): 32–37.
  • DAVIES, MATT. 2012. “A LICENCE TO SCAN: THE VISUAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONAL IN UK HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE DIGITAL IMAGE COPYRIGHT DILEMMA.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 37 (2): 15–19.
  • HAMMA, KENNETH. 2006. “PUBLIC DOMAIN ART IN AN AGE OF EASIER MECHANICAL REPRODUCIBILITY.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 31 (3): 11–15.
  • HANSEN, KIRSTEN, GILLIAN NOWLAN, AND CHRISTINA WINTER. 2012. “PINTEREST AS A TOOL: APPLICATIONS IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION.” PARTNERSHIP: THE CANADIAN JOURNAL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION PRACTICE & RESEARCH 7 (2): 1–11.
  • HYAMS, ELSPETH, AND PANDORA MATHER-LEES. 2009. “WHY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SHOULD BE IMAGE CONSCIOUS.” LIBRARY AND INFORMATION UPDATE, DECEMBER, 42–43.
  • LITTRELL, LAUREL. 2001. “ARTISTS: THE NEGLECTED PATRONS?” IN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES. AVAILABLE ATHTTP://WWW.ALA.ORG/ACRL/SITES/ALA.ORG.ACRL/FILES/CONTENT/CONFERENCES/PDF/LITTRELL.PDF.
  • MARSDEN, SCOTT. 2008. “‘HOW TO COPY RIGHT!’” LIBRARY AND INFORMATION UPDATE 7 (4): 42–44.
  • MATHEWS, EMILEE. 2012. “IMAGE REFERENCE AND INSTRUCTION FOR FILM STUDIES: A CASE STUDY AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY.” ART DOCUMENTATION: BULLETIN OF THE ART LIBRARIES SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA 31 (1): 77–92.
  • MCBRIDE, CAROLINE. 2006. “CURATORS AND THEIR USE OF DIGITAL IMAGES.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 31 (3): 25–31.
  • MURRAY, LAURA J., AND SAMUEL E. TROSOW. 2013. CANADIAN COPYRIGHT: A CITIZEN’S GUIDE. 2ND ED. TORONTO: BETWEEN THE LINES.
  • OLIVER, ASTRID. 2008. “CURRENT PRACTICES AND PHILOSOPHY ON ELECTRONIC RESERVES, COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, AND COPYRIGHT COMPLIANCE: A SURVEY OF THE COUNCIL OF PUBLIC LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES LIBRARIES.” JOURNAL OF INTERLIBRARY LOAN, DOCUMENT DELIVERY & ELECTRONIC RESERVES 18 (4): 425–37.
  • RUTLEDGE, VIRGINIA. 2012. “VIEWPOINT: LEGALIZING THE PRACTICE OF ART HISTORY.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 37 (2): 3–4.

Additional IR Academic Resources

  • INEFUKU, HARRISON W. 2013. “WHATEVER HAPPENED TO ART AND DESIGN?: USING ARCHIVAL PRACTICE TO MANAGE THE IMPACT OF ACADEMIC RESTRUCTURING ON INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES.” JOURNAL OF LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 53 (4): 209–22. DOI:10.1080/01930826.2013.865383.
  • KOCKEN, GREGORY J., AND STEPHANIE H. WICAL. 2013. “‘I’VE NEVER HEARD OF IT BEFORE’: AWARENESS OF OPEN ACCESS AT A SMALL LIBERAL ARTS UNIVERSITY.” BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES LIBRARIAN 32 (3): 140–54. DOI:10.1080/01639269.2013.817876.
  • ROBINSON, AMY. 2012. “MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY INTERFACE: THREE RECENT PROJECTS AT THE VISUAL ARTS DATA SERVICE.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 37 (3): 28–33.
  • SPALDING, ANNE. 2012. “MANAGING A CREATIVE ARTS INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY.” CATALOGUE & INDEX, NO. 167 (SUMMER): 9–15.
  • WHITE, WENDY, AND CLARE HEMMINGS. 2010. “KULTUR: SHOWCASING ART THROUGH INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES.” ART LIBRARIES JOURNAL 35 (3): 30–34.
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