Not Dead Yet

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Just wanted to update you that I’m now doing a new column for Library Journal titled, Not Dead Yet, located at: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/category/opinion/not-dead-yet/. I’ve been doing the e-Views blog for a long time, and wanted to move into something different, so I pitched this column to my editors at LJ and they liked it, et voila! […]

The Charleston Calendar Contest: Capture Your Library’s Value for SAGE

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For their Charleston Calendar Contest, SAGE Publications is “inviting all academic librarians in the U.S. and Canada to submit a photo that represents why your library has value. These can be photos of your library, of yourself, of the most important aspect of your work as a librarian, or of something else that best captures […]

Gale’s Heart of a Champion

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The Michigan Library Association just announced their inaugural Heart of a Champion awards, and Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is one of these 2012 recipients. The award was presented to Gale “to honor the vast advocacy efforts the company undertakes on behalf of all libraries, in Michigan and around the country. If you haven’t seen […]

Try ASP’s Sports Medicine and Exercise Science in Video here for free!

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Alexander Street Press recently released their Sports Medicine and Exercise Science in Video collection, a file that’s all about “the study of disease management, injury treatment, nutrition, special populations, fitness and health assessment, medical fitness, exercise adherence, sport science, worksite wellness, and much more.” Developed by ASP in partnership with Healthy Learning, a leading producer […]

Try Gale Genealogy Connect here for free!

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Gale Genealogy Connect is an advanced online tool for genealogical research, designed to instruct researchers in genealogical research methods and help them organize materials to build optimal family trees. It is powered by information from Genealogical.com, publishers of works on genealogy and family history, and includes: “how-to” works for doing genealogical research; Colonial period works […]

Open Access Book Launch

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On Tuesday, September 11th, at 6:00 pm, the Harvard Office of Scholarly Communication and the Harvard Law School Library are sponsoring the launch of Peter Suber’s new book, Open Access, which “tells us what open access is and isn’t, how it benefits authors and readers of research, how we pay for it, how it avoids […]

Julia Child’s Kitchen at the Smithsonian

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Today being Julia Child’s 100th birthday, I was doing some idle Child online research, and came across the delightful site, What’s Cooking? Julia Child’s Kitchen at the Smithsonian, which describes how the Smithsonian acquired the kitchen from Ms. Child, along with audio clips of Child telling stories about her kitchen and diary entries recorded by […]

Games, Gamers, & Gaming: Home Field Advantage, August 2012

A discussion of sports video games from the August issue.

University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO) Adds University of Chicago Press to Its Lineup

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Oxford University Press (OUP) just announced they’ll be partnering with the University of Chicago Press to launch Chicago Scholarship Online, the latest addition to Oxford’s University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO, reviewed in LJ 11/1/2011). By my figuring, that will bring the UPSO partner press count up to eleven (check here for the list), and adds […]

Project Information Literacy (PIL) Begins a New Chapter

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Project Information Literacy (PIL) Begins a New Chapter

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