American Libraries journal turns article into Gale advertisement and the writers want you to know the truth.
Learn how the Orlando Public Library uses iBeacon to communicate with patron’s mobile devices in “The Internet of Things Plan to Make Libraries and Museums Awesomer ,” published by Fast Company and written by Satta… Read More »The Internet of Things Will Push Libraries and Museums to Your Phone
Interested in programming, creative writing and aesthetics? “Geek Sublime: The Beauty of Code, the Code of Beauty” by Vikram Chandra may be the book for you.
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“Conducting Online Experiments – The How To Guide” written by Radka Jersakova and published by O’Connor Memory Judgements Lab.
“Using Video Annotation Tools to Teach Film Analysis” written by Chuck Tyron and published by Profhacker.
Details the use of SocialBook’s video annotation tool.
How to Create a Digital Workflow for Archival Research Written by Dan Royles and published by Profhacker.
Reported by Jonathan Stempel and published by Reuters. Google Inc on Thursday won the dismissal of a lawsuit by authors who accused it of digitally copying millions of books for an online library without permission.… Read More »Google Prevails Over Authors in Digital Books Case
Written by Mélanie Berliet and published by the New York Observer. For a grand total of $225 per semester, Felix rents nine small cubbies, which he has named according to their contents: two “closets” (one… Read More »The New Homeless: Inside the Accidental Dormitory That Is NYU’s Bobst Library
Written by Mark Sample and published by Profhacker.