I think this is the funnest paper I got to write this semester. This paper challenges traditional notions of "subversive" and "heroic" in children's literature by looking at social orders and literary contexts.
A relational database assignment done in collaboration with "The Jackson Five."
A research tool for the fascinating field of bibliometrics, also brought to you by "The Jackson Five." (This is really your only chance to see me with an afro.)
A review of research about children and electronic research tools. (If you ever know anyone who needs to be pushed past the brink of madness just have them read this.)
A research paper and model for reconciling the ALA's right to confidentiality and required reporter status for school librarians.
A User's Guide for OCLC WorldCat.
A research tool
for Media Center Collaboration/Teaching Community Building in public schools,
a combined effort by "The RainDogs."
A plan for facilitating "Full Integration" of the media center in a fictional high school
A List of Anti-War Books
A History of My Life with Books
An evaluation of the CASPR automation software and support created by Alyson Naimoli and Todd Heldt