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Library Education via Distance Learning: Implications for the Profession

Library Education via Distance Learning: Implications for the Profession

Date: April 17, 2010
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: Presentation for the Texas Library Association (TLA) annual conference. The author discusses library education via distance learning and the implications for the profession.
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Motivating Student Employees

Motivating Student Employees

Date: 2011
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: Presentation for the Student Assistant Supervisors Workgroup on motivating student employees. The author discusses training and orientation, following up, communication, recognition and rewards, the work environment and helpful resources.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Reducing Service Points in the Academic Library: How to Provide Quality Customer Service in the Face of Budget Cuts

Reducing Service Points in the Academic Library: How to Provide Quality Customer Service in the Face of Budget Cuts

Date: April 2013
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: This paper discusses how to provide quality customer service in the face of budget cuts.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Reducing service points in the academic library: How to provide quality customer service in the face of budget cuts

Reducing service points in the academic library: How to provide quality customer service in the face of budget cuts

Date: November 2013
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: Article on providing quality customer service in the face of budget cuts and reducing service points in the academic library.
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The Reference Interview and Referrals

The Reference Interview and Referrals

Date: March 28, 2012
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: This presentation is session 1 of access services training. The author discusses reference interviews and referrals.
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TALL Texans 2013 Workplace Leadership Development Project

TALL Texans 2013 Workplace Leadership Development Project

Date: April 9, 2014
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie
Description: Presentation for the Texas Library Association Annual Conference on TALL Texans 2013 and the workplace leadership development project.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Pay It Forward: Mentoring library students for career development

Pay It Forward: Mentoring library students for career development

Date: August 16, 2013
Creator: Leuzinger, Julie & Rowe, Jennifer
Description: Presentation for the Cross Timbers Library Collaborative (CTLC) conference. The authors discuss mentoring library students for career development.
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Taken In

Taken In

Date: May 2005
Creator: Levan, Michael Jon
Description: Taken In is a collection of poems about coming to terms with death, love, and the social responsibilities people owe to each other.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
A Test of Negro-White Differences on the Illinois Test of Psycholinguistics Abilities

A Test of Negro-White Differences on the Illinois Test of Psycholinguistics Abilities

Date: May 1973
Creator: Levengood, William O.
Description: The purpose of this study is to compare black children with white children to determine if a significant difference exists between their scores on the subtests of the ITPA.
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Conflict resolution strategies in young children: Do they do what they say?

Conflict resolution strategies in young children: Do they do what they say?

Date: December 2007
Creator: Leventhal, Julie Erin
Description: This study examined the consistency between verbal responses to hypothetical conflict scenarios and the actual conflict resolutions techniques children apply in everyday play. Twenty-one children were interviewed and observed in order to determine their conflict resolution strategies. During the interview process, each child was asked to finish 6 hypothetical conflict scenarios. During the observation portion, each child was observed in 2 conflict scenarios. Significant (p < .05) differences were found with regards to verbal responses for 3 scenarios, verbal and behavioral responses of females (females exhibited more socially acceptable conflict resolution strategies in their verbal responses, yet less socially acceptable conflict resolution strategies in their behavioral responses), and socially acceptable responses to conflict in verbal strategies. Results were discussed in light of previous research comparing gender differences and peer relationships to conflict resolution strategies.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries