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Liaison connection

As scholarly communication changes, as academic programs of cross-disciplinary clusters emerge and new media and means of distribution come on the scene, the culture of liaison librarians undergoes similar cross-disciplinary, collaborative shifts… @ACRLn

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Quashing voice

This is not news, but there have been enough instances of it lately that it seems worth mentioning: a common strategy for serials publishers and vendors who feel beleaguered is to…Read on @LibraryLoon

The problem with Bill Gates’s vision

Rob Jenkins doesn’t begrudge the man his view, he just thinks it’s bad for higher education. Read @ChronicleHigherEducation

6 things I am wondering about discovery

More musings on and scrutiny of the knots of Discovery services… from Aaron Tay.

Redesigning the item record summary view in a library catalog and a discovery interface

Read @acrl_tech

Char Booth: re-imagining libraries/acting on ideas in and outside collaborative cultures

Project Information Literacy Interview with Booth

Student data is the new oil: MOOCs, metaphor and money

You can always count on Audrey Watters to ask pointed questions. Here, for instance… if educational data is indeed “the new oil,” how do we make sure that education technology isn’t poised simply to extract value from students? Read more… @HackEducation


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