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Show your work | peer to peer review

Read @LibraryJournal

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Friends and foes

On the Georgia State University copyright and fair use case. Read @AttemptingElegance & Schlolarly Communications

Spare me the hype

On the next new, hot thing. But is it a good fit? @Technology in Practice

“How users search the library from a single search box”

How users search a prominent, single search box on the NC State University library web site. Read article Via Distant Librarian

2013 ACRL recorded panel: …enhancing learning through mapping, rubrics, and portfolios

Audio of panel, slides also available here Via Char Booth @Info-mational

Meet me at the intersection

Dramatic changes taking place around scholarly communication have consequences for those who teach information literacy to graduate and undergraduate students… Read more @Scholarly Communication_Duke

DIY vs. startup, or false dichotomies and labels

If you ask a group of people what DIY means within librarianship, you’ll get a lot of different answers. And I saw a lot of different ideas of DIY in the discussion at ACRL. Read more… @Information Wants to Be Free


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