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          “The Library and Librarian‟s Role in Student Success and Retention”
                  Sue Phelps, Roberta Richards and Robert Schroeder
             Presented at the Student Success and Retention Conference,
                      Portland State University, February 8, 2008,


Retention Research

Hamrick, Florence, John Schuh and Mack Shelley. “Predicting Higher Education
      Graduation Rates from Institutional Characteristics and Resource Allocation.”
      Education Policy Analysis Archives 12.19 (May 2004).
      <http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v12n19/>

Kelly, Maurie Caitlin. “Student Retention and Academic Libraries.” College & Research
       Libraries News 56.11 (Dec. 1995): 757-759.

Kramer, Lloyd A. and Martha B. Kramer. “The College Library and the Drop-out.”
     College & Research Libraries 29.4 (July 1968): 310-312.

Mallinckrodt, Brent and William E. Sedlacek. “Student Retention and the Use of Campus
       Facilities by Race.” NASPA Journal 24.3 (Winter 1987): 28-32.

Mezick, Elizabeth M. “Return on Investment: Libraries and Student Retention.” Journal
      of Academic Librarianship 33.5 (Sep. 2007): 561-566.

Rushing, Darla and Deborah Poole. “The Role of the Library in Student Retention.”
      Making the Grade: Academic Libraries and Student Success. Eds. Maurie C. Kelly
      and Andrea Kross. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2002.
      91-101.


Information Literacy

Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. From the
      Association of College and Research Libraries.
      <http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlstandards/informationliteracycompetency.cfm>

Kirk, Thomas G. “Recent History and Definition of Information Literacy and Future
       Directions.” Larry L. Hardesty. The Role of the Library in the First College Year.
       Columbia, South Carolina: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience
       & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina. 2007. 3-15.
Lindstrom, J. and Diana D. Shonrock. “Faculty-Librarian Collaboration to Achieve
       Integration of Information Literacy.” Reference & User Services Quarterly 46.1
       (2006): 18-23.

Swartz, Pauline S., Brian A. Carlisle and E. Chisato Uyeki. “Libraries and Student
      Affairs: Partners for Student Success.” Reference Services Review 35 (2007):
      109-122.

Wang, Rui. “The Lasting Impact of a Library Credit Course.” Portal: Libraries and the
      Academy 6.1 (2006): 79-92.



First-Year Experience Programs

Hardesty, Larry L. The Role of the Library in the First College Year. Columbia, South
      Carolina: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in
      Transition, University of South Carolina. 2007.

      This above book includes the following chapters:
      “Engaging Students in the First College Year: Why Academic Librarians Matter”,
      by George D. Kuh, Polly D. Boruff-Jones and Amy E. Mark.
      “The Library and First-Year Seminars: In-Depth Analysis of a 2001 National
      Study”, by Colleen Boff and Kristin Johnson.
      “Research on Student Retention and Implications for Library Involvement”, by
      Cindy Pierard and Kathryn Graves.

Pierard, Cindy and Kathryn Graves. “The Greatest Problem with which the Library is
       Confronted: A Survey of Academic Library Outreach to the Freshman Course.”
       Making the Grade: Academic Libraries and Student Success. Eds. Maurie Catlin
       Kelley and Andrea Kross. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries,
       2002.


Core Book Programs

Boff, Colleen, Robert Schroeder, Carol Letson and Joy Gambill. “Building Uncommon
       Community with a Common Book: The Role of Librarians as Collaborator and
       Contributors to Campus Reading Programs.” Research Strategies 207 (2007):
       271-283.

Core Book: Spokane Falls Community College. Available at
      <http://www.spokanefalls.edu/College/Theme/CoreBook.aspx>



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Fister, Barbara. One Book, One College: Common Reading Programs. Available at
        <http://homepages.gac.edu/~fister/onebook.html>

Laufgraben, Jodi Levine. Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book.
      Columbia, South Carolina: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience
      & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina. 2006.

Twiton, Andi. Common Reading Programs in Higher Education. 2007. Available at
      <http://gustavus.edu/academics/library/Pubs/Lindell2007.html>


College-Wide Learning Outcomes


Analysis, Problem Solving and Information Literacy Outcome. At Spokane Falls
       Community College. Available at
       <http://www.spokanefalls.edu/College/Outcomes/Analysis.aspx>


Gratch-Lindauer, Bonnie. “Information Literacy-related Student Behaviors: Results for
      the NSSE Items.” College & Research Libraries News 8.7 (2007), Jan. 3 2008.
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      litstudent.cfm>

Whitmire, Ethelene. “Development of Critical Thinking Skills: An Analysis of Academic
      Library Experiences and Other Measures.” College & Research Libraries May
      1998: 266-273.



Oregon Information Articulation Initiatives

Information Literacy Proficiencies for Students Ready to Move into Upper-Division
      Coursework. Prepared by the Oregon Information Literacy Summit. Available at
      <http://blogs.library.oregonstate.edu/ilsummit/2007-summit/proposed-
      proficiences/>

Essential Skills for the Oregon Diploma 5.0. Oregon Department of Education. Available
       at <http://www.ode.state.or.us/teachlearn/real/documents/revised-es-draft-5.0-
       for-public-input-1-18-08.pdf>




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Library Services to Minorities, English Language Learners, and At-Risk
Students

Conteh-Morgan, Miriam. “Empowering ESL Students: A New Model for Information
      Literacy.” Research Strategies 18.1 (2001): 29-38.

Farrell, Sandy L. “Start-Up of a Mandatory Library Orientation Program in
        Developmental Education.” Community & Junior College Libraries 13.1 (2004):
        51-54.

Jackson, Pamela. “Incoming International Students and the Library: A Survey.”
      Reference Services Review, 33.2 (2005): 197-209.

Jiao, Qun G., Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie and Art A. Lichtenstein. “Library Anxiety:
       Characteristics of „At-Risk‟ College Students.” Library and Information Science
       Research 18 (1996): 151-163.

Jones-Quartey, Theo. “The Academic Library‟s Role in the Effort to Improve Ethnic
      Minority Retention.” The Educational Forum 57 (Spring 1993): 277-282.

Lichtenstein, Art. “A Productive Partnership: University Librarians and Minority
       Students.” Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences 37.1 (1999): 27-37.

McDermott, Dora. “Library Instruction for High-Risk Freshmen.” Reference Services
     Review 33.4 (2005): 418-437.

Whitmire, Ethelene. “Racial Differences in the Academic Library Experiences of
      Undergraduates.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 25.1 (Jan. 1999): 33-37.

Whitmire, Ethelene. “The Campus Racial Climate and Undergraduates‟ Perceptions of
      the Academic Library.” Portal: Libraries & the Academy 4.3 (July 2004): 363-378.



The Library and Student Learning


Kuh, George D. and Robert M. Gonyea. “The Role of the Academic Library in Promoting
      Student Engagement in Learning.” College and Research Libraries 64.4 (2003):
      256-282.

Oblinger, Diana G., ed. Learning Spaces. Educause, 2006.
      <http://www.educause.edu/content.asp?PAGE_ID=10569&bhcp=1>



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