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Bibliographies

Bibliographies

Below you will find the Libraries' Open Publishing bibliographies catalog. Each bibliography is published fully Open Access, and all copyrights are retained by the editor of the publication and licensed under a Creative Commons license. All of the bibliographies we publish are reviewed for scholarly importance and impact before they are approved for publication. Our two levels of bibliography publication are our Imprint bibliographies, which have met our publishing standards for being a Libraries Open Publishing imprint publication, and our Scholarly Resource bibliographies, which are newer and smaller publications that are not yet endorsed. 

Please visit individual bibliographies’ webpages for more information about them. 

 

Imprint Bibliographies

Jean de Rotrou: bibliographie critique

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Writing when Pierre Corneille was producing his first plays, Jean de Rotrou (1609-1650) was considered as one of France’s most renowned dramatists. Since then, his fame has considerably faded from our literary memory as have his plays vanished from our stage. This annotated bibliography demonstrates however that drama specialists have never snubbed him. Trailing the illustrious trio Corneille-Molière-Racine, one can justifiably say that Rotrou was indeed the most prominent playwright of the lesser ones of the “Grand Siècle”… the most talented of the less gifted ones.

Utopian Literature in English: An Annotated Bibliography From 1516 to the Present

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Utopian Literature in English attempts to be the definitive bibliography for utopian literature in the English language. This online database, a Penn State Libraries Open Publishing publication, catalogs utopian literature in its myriad forms from 1516 to the present day. This bibliography is updated and revised regularly with new citations and revisions.

Scholarly Resource Bibliographies

4-H Research: A Searchable Database of Research about the 4-H Program

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Since 4‑H began more than 100 years ago, it has become the nation’s largest youth development organization. The 4‑H idea is simple: help young people and their families gain the skills needed to be proactive forces in their communities and develop ideas for a more innovative economy. 4-H Reasarch is a serchable database that includes professional and graduate research studies about 4-H.

EFNEP Research: A Searchable Database of Research for the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program

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EFNEP, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, has been in existence for over forty years. Its goal is to educate low income families in the areas of nutrition, food preparation, and food management. This bibliography provides a database of research conducted about the program.

Web Accessibility Resources for Libraries

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Web Accessibility Resources for Libraries is a bibliography that consists of print and electronic resources on all aspects of web accessibility in libraries, both public and academic. The project encompasses electronic accessibility in all formats, including: online catalogs, databases, electronic books and journals, web sites, online tutorials, search engines, digitized collections, and online citation managers. The bibliography includes books, articles, websites, and other documents, and serves as a resource for libraries that want to move toward accessibility for all their electronic resources.