Tag Archives: Academic Libraries
This infographic was sent to me and I thought it was interesting, so I decided to post it. It is courtesy of TeachingDegree.org.
I received this message from the American Library Association via LinkedIn today. A great resource for libraries! “For librarians asking what they can do to advocate for fair e-book lending practices and to help libraries in informing the public about … Continue reading
I just read an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education entitled Now E-Textbooks Can Report Back on Students’ Reading Habits by Marc Parry (Nov. 8, 2012). The article discusses a new service attached to certain e-textbooks called CourseSmart, where … Continue reading
The bookless library– a prominent point of discussion in the library world and a topic that has now also caught on in the mainstream media. The topic is a heavy one, especially for library professionals and library supporters everywhere; to … Continue reading
The Pew Internet & American Life Project has done it again– they have released a very timely study. The survey, entitled Nearly half of American adults are smartphone owners, was published online on March 1, 2012 and it details the sharp rise … Continue reading
Fresh from the CLA Digest (July 29, 2011): “Canadian Library Month 2011 is Out of this World! The theme ‘Your Library, A Place Unbound / Votre bibliothhque : un peu, beaucoup, l’infini’ suggests that, as part of a changing world, … Continue reading