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  • Leach, J.C. (Indianapolis, IN: Wm. B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding., 1903)
  • Kinney, Bryce A. (William B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding, 1904)
  • Kinney, Bryce A. (William B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding, 1905)
  • Leach, J.C. (William B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding, 1900)
  • Kinney, Bryce A. (William B. Burford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding, 1903)
  • Larson, Steve (Indiana University Graduate Theory Association, 1994)
  • Spade, Paul Vincent
    A course, last taught in the Fall of 2010, devoted entirely to St. Anselm of Canterbury. The course discusses not only Anselm's famous "ontological argument" and other arguments for the existence of God, but also his views ...
  • Kelty, Christopher M.; Fischer, Michael M. J.; Golub, Alex; Jackson, Jason Baird; Christen, Kimberly; Brown, Michael F.; Boellstorff, Tom (American Anthropological Association (Society for Cultural Anthropology), 2008-08)
    In a conversation format, seven anthropologists with extensive expertise in new digital technologies, intellectual property, and journal publishing discuss issues related to open access, the anthropology of information ...
  • Cox, E.T. (Indianapolis: Sentinel Company, Printers, 1875)
  • Nakandala, Supun; Gunasinghe, Hasini; Marru, Suresh; Pierce, Marlon (2016-12-01)
    eScience middleware frameworks integrating multiple virtual organizations must incorporate comprehensive user identity and access management solutions. In this paper we examine usage patterns for these systems and map the ...
  • Pierce, Marlon; Marru, Suresh; Wijeratne, Saminda; Singh, Raminder; Suriyaarachchi, Heshan (2/27/2013)
  • Pierce, Marlon E.; Marru, Suresh; Gunathilake, Lahiru; Kanewala, Thejaka Amilia; Singh, Raminder; Wijeratne, Saminda; Wimalasena, Chathuri; Herath, Chathura; Chinthaka, Eran; Mattmann, Chris; Slominski, Aleksander; Tangchaisin, Patanachai (2014-06)
    This paper provides an overview of the Apache Airavata software system for science gateways. Gateways use Airavata to manage application and workflow executions on a range of backend resources (grids, computing clouds, and ...
  • Pierce, Marlon; Marru, Suresh; Pamidighantam, Sudhakar; Demeler, Borries; Brookes, Emre; Smith, Cameron; Govindaraju, Madhu (2015-11-16)
  • Gilbert, Andrew (Indiana University South Bend, 2007-08)
    "What is it about fiction that drives me to read? This question has stuck with me since I was young and discovering the joys of The Hardy Boys, the tragedy of The Bridge to Terabithia and the wonder of The Lord of the ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A list of conference participants with their position title and home institution.
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Includes the four questionnaires sent out for the National Survey on Area Librarianship. Appendix II-A is the Association of Research Libraries Director’s Version. Appendix II-B is the Library and Information Science ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A compilation of selected data from surveys returned by area librarians. Appendix III-A is an alphabetical list of languages known by area librarians. Appendix II-B is a list countries where area librarians have worked ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Includes information about two discussion sessions that occurred during the conference. Appendix IV-A lists members of each discussion group. Group facilitators and reporters are also identified. Appendix IV-B lists ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Appendix V-A includes the conference evaluation questionnaire which was administered to participants on the last day of the conference. Appendix V-B is a detailed summary of responses garnered from the conference evaluation, ...
  • Fernandez, Eduardo Jose ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2010-06-15)
    Behavioral stereotypies in captive animals have been defined as repetitive, largely invariant patterns of behavior that serve no obvious goal or function (Mason, 1991a; Ödberg, 1978). Stereotypies are commonly attributed ...

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