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E-Textbooks True With the cost of textbooks soaring, many…

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Amazon and Best Buy Are Following Me, and It's Creeping Me Out
January 25, 2016

If you’re searching for something sensitive online, be sure to use a private browsing option to protect your privacy. Targeted ads are everywhere and you may find them popping up at the most in…

EDUCAUSE Comments: Support for Lingua Editors, Open Access
January 15, 2016

EDUCAUSE joined with the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the American Council on Education (ACE), and related organizations to release a letter of support for the former editors of Lin…

Publishing as Pedagogy: Connecting Library Services and Technology
January 11, 2016

Key Takeaways Libraries increasingly offer the technological capacity and staff expertise to support student publishing , but this activity tends to happen in isolation from oth…

The M Word: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
January 11, 2016

Libraries know the potential fallibility of metadata created by hand, and as a result, the academic research library has a long history of working with metadata to ensure good storage, maintainab…

Managing the Smithsonian's Research Record Using SIdora
December 7, 2015

Key Takeaways      Creating a digital record of research preserves the work indefinitely and makes it accessible to other researchers , whether in the same or seemingly…

Crowdsourcing and Community Engagement
October 12, 2015

The best-built crowdsourcing tools make clear what each participant adds to the project and why each participant matters to the project as a whole. …

Wearable Technologies Gain Momentum in Higher Ed
September 21, 2015

Thanks to a device on her wrist, a colleague of mine knows when she’s had a restful night’s sleep as opposed to a more fitful one. Chances are, you know someone (or ARE someone) who …