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  • Clements, Mackenzie (2016-12)
    The art of selling has existed since the B.C. era. The techniques have evolved throughout time, but the concept has remained the same over the centuries. Sales techniques can be tailored toward certain industries, such as ...
  • Chalfant, Rebecca (2016-07)
    When one thinks of outdoor recreation in Indiana, it is likely that state parks would come to mind pretty quickly. What many do not realize is that there are fourteen state forests that are utilized for recreation as well ...
  • Carney, Miranda (2106-05)
    Magazines have been a part of American consumption for hundreds of years. Less people have picked up print publications as technology has developed. Despite this, there is a still a place for magazines and longform writing. ...
  • Busselberg, Alexis (2016-05)
    The following document is a response to research regarding the historic development and certain demographic, economic, and physical conditions of Muncie, IN. Observations of Muncie's assets and history have led to conclusions ...
  • Brown, Elizabeth (Elizabeth Marie) (2016-05)
    Translation of a piece of literature, particularly of poetry, from the original language to another is a delicate matter. Since all languages are unique, there is no such thing as a so-called direct, or literal, translation. ...
  • Boyd, Gabbi (2016-05)
    Sketch comedy is a grand artistic tradition. It's rich with history, ritual, and craft. And yet, to most of us, it is an artifact of late-night television and YouTube videos, associated with outlandish wigs and ministries ...
  • Ajayi, Oluwakanyinsola (2016-05)
    Poetry has always been a means by which artists have expressed themselves. Although it has many forms it is deeply individualistic. This creative project dives into that.
  • McKillip, John L.; Rubinstein, Rebecca J.; Wei, Lei; Hanlon, Kathleen M.; Wade, Heidi; Peterson, Celeste N.; Klepac-Ceraj, Vanja; Morgan, Stephanie; Thomas, Matthew J.; Walstrom, Katherine M.; Warrick, Eric C.; Gasper, Brittany J.; Quigley, Colleen; Lamichhane-Khadka, Reena (2017)
    Fine Focus is a web and print journal dedicated to showcasing the research of undergraduate students, internationally, in all fields of microbiology. Fine Focus is managed entirely by undergraduate students from production ...
  • Unknown author (2017-02-06)
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-31)
    This map shows the locations of the Negro League Baseball teams.
  • Unknown author (2017-02-01)
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-27)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Collection in Bracken Library for use in research, learning, and exhibits.
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-27)
    This poster was created by the Ball State University Libraries GIS Research and Map Collection for use in education, research, and exhibits.
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-27)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Colllection in Bracken Library for use in education, research, and exhibits.
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-23)
    This "virtual tour" provides information about unique cartographic resources available for students in Geography 240, Dr. Jorn Seemann.
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-20)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Collection for use in education, research, and classroom displays. The map identifies countries around the world that have more women elected to the national legislature ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-20)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Collection for use in education, research, and classroom displays. The map identifies the locations of important events in Missouri history.
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-20)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Collection for use in education, research, and classroom displays. The map depicts the locations of the hometowns of famous entertainers, authors, musicians, and artists ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2017-01-20)
    This map was created by the GIS Research and Map Collection for use in education, research, or classroom displays. The map identifies the locations in Missouri that were listed in the "Negro Travelers' Green Book" in 1956. ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2016-12-23)
    This tutorial provides information for K-12 teachers for using historic personal diaries to teach U.S. history. The diaries available from the Library's Digital Media Repository are highlighted.

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