Monthly Archives: January 2013

Print and Electronic Textbooks

For Many Students, Print Is Still King – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education. Although I am *ahem* a little older than a college student, I think that many  have the same reactions that I do.  For pleasure reading … Continue reading

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Library values and the growing scholarly digital divide: In memoriam Aaron Swartz | Bibliographic Wilderness

A very thoughtful article about issues facing libraries today. Library values and the growing scholarly digital divide: In memoriam Aaron Swartz | Bibliographic Wilderness.

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So now that we’re already into 2013, does it mean that this article is already obsolete? 2012 top ten trends in academic libraries. All kidding aside, I can see some of these trends at work in my library.  Digital preservation … Continue reading

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