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.

The Churchill Archive, Judaic Scholar Digital Reference Library, & Quetzal | Reference eReviews, September 15, 2015

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The Churchill Archive will be of use to 20th-century historians and scholars, free and affordable full-text books on Judaism that are a boon to researchers, Quetzal may be appropriate for research-heavy biomedical institutions or companies

From Politics to Broadway to Life-Saving Spy Secrets | Reference Short Takes, September 1, 2015

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Buckley and Rensink offer a solid starting point for readers seeking further exploration of Western history; a strange-bedfellows compendium from Butler-Bowdon; Dietz shines the spotlight on 1940s Broadway

Q&A: Editors of Chase’s Calendar of Events

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The 59th edition of Chase’s Calendar of Events is due to be published by Bernan this month. LJ recently put a few questions to the editors of the series.

Human Rights Studies Online; Evolution of Flight, 1784–1991 | Reference eReviews, September 1, 2015

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Human Rights Studies Online is an important compilation of vital material that isn’t typically found in one place; The Evolution of Flight, 1784–1991 is ideal for programs related to World’s Fairs or the history of aviation

A Consortium Is Born: A Mexican Group Takes the Lead in Latin American Science

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This is the story of how one of publishing company Springer’s largest Latin American consortium customers came to reinvent acquisitions for its members, overcoming years of issues.

LJ Reference Reviews: September 1, 2015

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Histories of American economics, costume, film composers, plus short takes on Broadway musicals, spy secrets, and Bigfoot. Here’s a list of reference titles and ereviews to be reviewed in the September 1, 2015 issue of Library Journal.

Dictionaries of Law, American Theater, World History, plus Mammals in North America and New Short Takes | Reference Reviews, July 2015

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Hard-to-find information on the American theater from its inception until 1880, the “dark side” of world history, Weiner’s popular guide to graphic novels continues to hold the line, a scholarly study of the Bible’s enduring impact.