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Exploring Open Science
Science is a collaborative, incremental enterprise. Large teams must work together on massive long-term projects, working toward common goals and creating joint scholarly outputs. Scientists also have to deal with information ...
Blogging for Professional Development
Weblogs have many uses for libraries and librarians. Libraries typically use them either for internal communications or for communicating with patrons. Librarians use them to express their ideas about the profession and ...
Advancing and Promoting your Research on the Web
Creative Commons and Beyond
Learn more about creative commons (CC) and the licensing options available. Open access will be discussed in relation to copyright, clarifying the importance of creative commons. The Panton Principles will be explained, ...
Using a Blog to Engage Students in Literature Search Skills Sessions
One of the main problems for librarians involved in engaging engineering students in literature search skills sessions is creating a list of customized, course-specific online resources that is easy for students to find ...
Our Job in 10 Years: The Future of Academic Libraries
Time to look into those crystal balls! The world is changing, libraries are changing, students are changing. This volatile environment is challenging academic librarians to evolve our practice in unexpected ways. The best ...