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  • Marzolph, Ulrich (American Folklore Society, 2010-10-14)
    Since their introduction into world literature, the "Thousand and One Nights," better known in English as the "Arabian Nights," have become the world's most influential collection of stories. The general public is well ...
  • Ketzner, Brian (Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, 2007)
  • Engs, Ruth C. (Indiana University, 2014)
    This article describes the addictive process, common characteristics and possible causes of addictive behaviors.
  • Bennion, Elizabeth; Dill, Hannah (2013)
    A comprehensive analysis of recently published articles in discipline‐specific SoTL journals, "The Teacher" section of PS: Political Science & Politics, and The Journal of Political Science Education, seeking to answer the ...
  • Lawless, Elaine (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1980)
  • Davis, Kim (Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, 2010)
  • Bradley, Matt; Heath, Julie; Locke, Liz; Clark, Elaine; Wetmore, Andy; Feltault, Kelly; Heyman, Andy; Caroselli, Tony (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1998)
  • Engs, Ruth C.; Mulhall, Peter F . (1982-08-30)
    BACKGROUND:The literature suggests that stress is associated with illness, especially among older adults. The PURPOSE of the study was to assess if there is an association between health concerns and life stress among ...
  • Szwed, John; Spitzer, Nick (American Folklore Society, 2015-10-16)
    Folk songs have been at the heart of the study of folklore since its beginnings, and the scholarship on song is one of the finest achievements of the field. But in recent years interest in songs, especially songs in English, ...
  • Knepper, Richard L. (Indiana University, 2015-06-25)
    The presentation describes the goals, vision, and strategy of campus bridging, what it provides for users, and what is required at campus sites.
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/19/2012)
    Campus Bridging is more a mindset that should affect most of what XSEDE does rather than a specific set of software modules within the overall set of XSEDE services and products. Our goal is going to be to work with the ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Knepper, Richard; Ferguson, James; Bachmann, Felix; Foster, Ian; Grimshaw, Andrew; Hazlewood, Victor; Lifka, David (2015-07-15)
    The term “campus bridging” was first used in the charge given to an NSF Advisory Committee for Cyberinfrastructure task force. That task force developed this description of campus bridging: “Campus bridging is the seamlessly ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (6/28/2011)
    In early 2009 National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advisory Committee for Cyberinfrastructure (ACCI) charged six different task forces to make strategic recommendations to the NSF in strategic areas of cyberinfrastructure: ...
  • Wiggins, Gary (Special Libraries Association, 2004)
    Definition of the main areas of interest in cheminformatics
  • Stewart, Craig A. (10/24/2010)
    An overview of what cyberinfrastructure means as well as some specific IU-based examples.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Simms, Stephen; Plale, Beth; Link, Matthew; Hancock, David Y.; Fox, Geoffrey C. (ACM, 2010-10)
    Cyberinfrastructure is a word commonly used but lacking a single, precise definition. One recognizes intuitively the analogy with infrastructure, and the use of cyber to refer to thinking or computing – but what exactly ...
  • Dorson, Richard (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 2005)
  • Dorson, Richard M. (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1968-11)
  • Alaimo, Salvatore (Indiana University Press, 2016)
    What is Philanthropy? is a feature length documentary that portrays and discusses the concept of giving within the American context through a critical lens and a variety of perspectives. Contributors to the documentary ...

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