Douglas County and CLC receive LSTA grant to expand eVoke project for digital content purchasing and lending | No Shelf Required
Douglas County and CLC receive LSTA grant to expand eVoke project for digital content purchasing and lending | No Shelf Required. I have been intrigued by this project ever since … Continue reading
For those who may be interested in attending the 2014 ER&L Conference (that’s, Electronic Resources & Libraries), please take a look at this invitation for your input. Full Disclosure: one … Continue reading
When I read the abstract of the article by J. Bryan and E. Karshmer in C&RL on “Assessment of the ‘one-shot’ session,” I admit I had rather low expectations. I was … Continue reading
I just finished co-moderating the November 2013 ALCTS E-Forum with my peer librarian, Patricia Reese (whew!). While my main goal was to connect with some librarians on collection assessment issues … Continue reading
Another interesting post from Ms. Fister. What I found more intriguing than the call for us librarians to publish more OA was this thought about the value of tenure for … Continue reading
A Confession of Faith in Books | Inside Higher Ed.
OK, it’s official – ebooks are more expensive than print books. Yes, we’ve suspected this much, but research conducted at Auburn University in Montgomery confirms it. Well, it confirms that their ebooks … Continue reading