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Harry Nuttall: Publications

Publications

Peer reviewed articles

Harry D. Nuttall and Hanrong Wang, “Customization of Web-Scale Discovery Tools in Alabama’s Public & Independent College and University Libraries: A Longitudinal Study,” Southeastern Librarian 64/4 (Winter 2017): 2-16.

Harry D. Nuttall.  “What’s to Argue? A Comparison of Opposing Viewpoints in Context to the updated Points of View Reference Center, with a nod to the original Points of View Reference Center.”  Reference Reviews 30/3 (2016): 1-7.

Harry D. Nuttall and Carley Knight. “From  Both Sides Now: A Recently-Hired Librarian and a Library Veteran Respond to the Loss of a Favorite Database.” The Southeastern Librarian 59 /1 (Spring 2011): 30-37.

Harry D. Nuttall and Sonja L. McAbee.  "Pathfinders On-Line: Adding Pathfinders to a NOTIS On-line System."  College & Undergraduate Libraries 4/1(January 1997): 77-101.

Kathleen Heim and Harry D. Nuttall.  Adult Services: A Bibliography and Index; a Component of the Adult Services in the Eighties Project.  Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University School of Library and Information Science, 1990.  ERIC Document #ED 320609.

Not peer-reviewed

Harry D. Nuttall.  “Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man and the Academic Instruction Librarian: Striving for Balance.”  Mississippi Libraries 75/1 (Spring 2012): 9-14.

Book chapters

Hanrong Wang and Harry D. Nuttall, “Blended Learning in China: at the Crossroads,” in Digital Transformation and Innovation in Chinese Education.  Edited by Hiller A. Spires.  IGI Global: September 2017.

In-house publications

Created and regularly updated chapters on American, English, and Western European Literature for Houston Cole Library Collection Management and Development Policy and Houston Cole Library Collection Assessments.

Online publications

Created 13 Library Guides (LibGuides) for inclusion on the library’s website (2012-ongoing).

Researched and submitted nine author profiles for This Goodly Land: An Online Literary Map of Alabama, a project sponsored by the Alabama Center for the Book (2004).

     Bill Butterworth/W.E.B. Griffin                   Celestine Sibley

     Winston Groom                                        Marie Stanley

     James Haskins                                         Hudson Strode

     Lillian Hellman                                          Oxford Stroud

     Aileen Kilgore Henderson