Cambridge Archive Editions; Kanopy Streaming | Reference eReviews, October 1, 2015

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Cambridge Archive Editions, aimed at serious scholars, will be most beneficial to research institutions and their libraries. Kanopy’s diversity of licensing models makes this an excellent choice for streaming video for K–12 institutions and especially colleges and universities.

LJ Reference Reviews: November 15, 2015

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The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia and Writing Well for Business Success get starred, short takes, American Pamphlets Series 1, 1820–1922: From the New-York Historical Society Readex, SAGE Encyclopedia of Stem Cell Research

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: November 1, 2015

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From Baby Care Basics to Planet Middle School, Parenting Is Easy. Ancient Rome, two for Alzheimer’s caregivers, plus public library archives, a guide to online searching, books for Black History Month

All in the Family | Reference 2016

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Top genealogy books, databases, and websites that will be useful to anyone interested in constructing their family tree.

Reworking Reference | Reference 2016

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Reference librarians are doing more and more varied tasks. Sara Fiore speaks to librarians around the country about how their jobs look today.

International Politics | Reference eReviews, October 15, 2015

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THE WORLD STAGE —as it plays out on television, in the newspapers, and online—seems to be seething with conflict and social and economic volatility.

LJ Reference Reviews: October 15, 2015

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Preserving Family Recipes; applied mathematics; the Beatles songbook; plus ereviews featuring international politics, from Gale’s Global Issues in Context to EBSCO’s World Politics Review

LJ Reference Reviews: October 1, 2015

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Cambridge Archive Editions Online, Kanopy Streaming for K–12 institutions, Interesting Facts, a complete course on Digital Photography, for sf fans Fantastic Planets

New Books, New Databases, New Attention to Indigenous Canadian Authors | Reference News, September 15, 2015

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The experiment that is Open Access (OA) continues, and one publisher that reports related success is the innovative University of Regina Press, based in Saskatchewan, Canada.

LJ Reference Reviews: September 15, 2015

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New reference titles, from Nixon Tapes to Folksongs to the World Cheese Book, plus eReviews of The Churchill Archive, Judaic Scholar Digital Reference Library, and Quetzal.