LJ Reference Reviews: October 1, 2016

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Music Innovators is suitable for most casual music aficionados; Krishna in History will primarily appeal to undergraduate students; the resources of InfoSci-Books, InfoSci-Journal, InfoSci-Videos are highly curated and get the job done

ACI Scholarly Blog Index | Reference eReviews, September 1, 2016

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With the plethora of social media and blog postings published each day, ACI Scholarly Blog Index will appeal to those seeking quality, relevant content that meets their academic needs.

LJ Reference Reviews: September 15, 2016

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An excellent book on Cancer; two volumes about The Persian Empire more than adequately fill a resource gap; Hanson’s valuable take on The Social Media Revolution; plus a new archive for LGBTQ and gender studies researchers

LJ Reference Reviews: September 1, 2016

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From a Critical Survey of Young Adult Literature to Great Lives from History: American Women to Gun Politics in America, and a useful ACI Scholarly Blog Index for academic libraries

Native American History, Global Meals, the Middle East, U.S. Presidencies | Reference Short Takes, August 2016

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A thoughtful, inspiring compendium for Native American studies collections; a tasty roundup of global meal rituals; a sobering, authoritative briefing on a “zone of turmoil”; a timely update dedicated to the concept of modern presidency

Twentieth Century Religious Thought, Vols. I & II | Reference eReviews, August 2016

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An extensive library of seminal works in modern Christian thought; carefully curated material representative of thinkers across the Muslim community (including both non-Western and Western perspectives)

LJ Reference Reviews: August 1, 2016

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Virus shows the vital role of organisms in our ecosystem; updated Evidence Explained is essential for researchers; students of theology, philosophy, religious studies, and associated subjects will be well served by Alexander Street’s Religion databases.

Free Resources for an Informed Electorate | Reference eReviews, July 1, 2016

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For librarians staffing reference desks from now until November, this list of free, easy-to-navigate, and frequently updated websites, is ideal for keeping on hand and at the ready.

Politics & Elections Resources | Reference eReviews, July 1, 2016

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WITH ELECTION SEASON IN FULL SWING, LJ revisits previously reviewed and noteworthy resources, mostly subscription databases, covering politics and elections.

LJ Reference Reviews: July 1, 2016

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Ideal for public and academic libraries alike, Feminism and Religion explores the changing world religious landscape; 17 noteworthy resources covering politics and elections