Monthly Archive for April, 2013

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age

Paper versus digital: read this interesting Scientific American article here.

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Collections: The Age Of Scale

Read this Insightful Presentation by Michael Edson.    

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ALCTS Preconference: Techniques for Electronic Resource Management

Techniques for Electronic Resource Management – an ALCTS Preconference! TERMS: Techniques for Electronic Resource Management has been a crowdsourcing experiment to get librarians from Europe and the U.S. to share their best practices and workflows of electronic resource management freely to interested librarians via social media venues such as Facebook, […]

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The Present and Future of E-Books: AL Live

This Month on AL Live: the Present and Future of Ebooks On Thursday, April 18th: the newest episode of American Libraries Live, The Present and Future of Ebooks. Sue Polanka—author, librarian, Ebook expert and creator of the award-winning blog No Shelf Required will lead an interactive discussion on what ebooks […]

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CILIP’s Umbrella Conference 2013

CILIP’s Umbrella Conference 2013  Bringing the information world together – Discover. Connect. Achieve. 2- 3 July 2013, Manchester Register by Friday 26 April 2013 and save up to 20% on standard delegate rates. CILIP’s Umbrella 2013 brings together an exciting line up of high profile keynote speakers, topical debates and over […]

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Polish translation of ACD Electronic resource guide now available!

As announced, IFLA’s Acquisition & Collection Development Section is pursuing its translation effort of its E-Resource guide which, in its English version, has now gained much attention in the professional arena worldwide. After the Russian, the French and the Arabic version, we are now proud to introduce the Polish version: […]

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Do We Build Collections or Connections? (Article in French)

Do We Build Collections or Connections? (Article in French) Read this interesting post at Betrand Calenge’s blog here.  

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