July 23, 2020
K-State Libraries' faculty publish multiple research articles
Recently, three faculty members with K-State Libraries published research articles in multiple academic journals.
Christina Geuther, associate professor and electronic resources librarian, along with lead author and former K-State Libraries content development librarian Casey Hoeve, published "The silent battle on the budget: The effect of centralized indexing on collection analysis in Primo and EBSCO," in Collection Management. The article highlights K-State Libraries' use of centralized indexing in relation to market competition among academic resource vendors.
In addition, Sara K. Kearns, professor and academic services librarian, in collaboration with Melinda Cro, associate professor of modern languages at K-State, published "Developing a process-oriented, inclusive pedagogy: At the intersection of digital humanities, second language acquisition, and new literacies," in Digital Humanities Quarterly. The article is based on their work integrating digital humanities into a French literature course.
Sheila Yeh, associate professor and associate dean, published and presented "Framing digital humanities with experiential computing: A review of the literature," at the European Conference on Information Systems. The study investigates how digital technologies have transformed and created new forms of humanities research.
The publication of these works highlights K-State Libraries' faculty continuous research in digital humanities and collection management trends.