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Creativity at the Edge: Cutting Back on Library Services during Hard Times

By Amanda Moeller and Julie Gilbert Gustavus Adolphus College, Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library [Case Study, Article] Introduction In a service profession like librarianship, it can be difficult to conceive of ever saying no. We are in the business of helping … Continue reading

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Academic Librarians as Knowledge Creators

Author: Donna Witek, Associate Professor Public Services Librarian The University of Scranton donna [dot] witek [at] scranton [dot] edu @donnarosemary Abstract Despite support from national organizations like the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and the American Association of … Continue reading

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Marketing Your Library’s Brand on a Shoestring Budget

Author: Bethany Messersmith MLS/MA Journalism Information Literacy Librarian/College Liaison Southwest Baptist University Libraries bmessersmith @ sbuniv dot edu Television is fraught with advertising promoting one trademarked brand or another – from insurance commercials by Progressive, GEICO, and State Farm to … Continue reading

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Google Glass in the Academic Library

Google Glass in the Academic Library: The Exploration of Google Glass in the Marydean Martin Library Author, Ernesto Hernandez Emerging Technologies Librarian Nevada State College – Marydean Martin Library email: ernesto.hernandez@nsc.edu Developed by Google, Google Glass is a wearable computer … Continue reading

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