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Indiana Libraries goes Open Access!
|Beginning with Volume 29, No. 1, Indiana Libraries will be an Open Access journal. To learn more about Open Access visit OASIS: Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook.|
Vol 33, No 1 (2014)
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Table of Contents
From the Editor
|Kristi L. Palmer||4|
|Stepping Out on Faith: Lillian Haydon Childress Hall|
|Michele T. Fenton||5-11|
|A Snapshot of Indiana’s Librarians Leading in Diversity Fellowship participants after the program has concluded.|
|Rodney Edward Freeman||12-15|
|Witty Latina grandmas, silly skeletons, and birthday cakes: A library program focused on bilingual literacy|
|Zaira R. Arvelo Alicea, Ileana Cortés Santiago, Luciana deOliveira||16-18|
|Slavic Treasures in the Midwest: The Lilly Library's Czech Literature and Manuscript Collections|
|The Patriot Act a Decade Later: A Literature Review of Librarian Responses and Strategies|
|Christopher Allen Shaffer||22-25|
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