Huh. EBSCO Industries, parent company of EBSCO Information Services, is also the parent company of businesses that have nothing to do with library and information services, such as Green Mountain Rifle Barrel Co. http://www.gmriflebarrel.com/militar.... Call me surprised.
Interesting. I'm working on a C&I essay using some two-year-old quotes, and hit a librarian's blog referring to libraries without "dedicated web dudes." And find that I couldn't let the casual sexism pass without calling it out. Unless, of course, I'm wrong in assuming that few women regard themselves as "dudes."
Long-shot CodSignal request: There was a thing, a while back: a challenge of sorts. To take a specific, very unusual phrase, and get it published in either a PhD dissertation or a peer-reviewed journal article, I can't remember which.
I've recently become the psychology librarian at my college and am trying to get a better sense of what I should be buying and licensing. I hope to begin a series of one-on-one meetings with psychology faculty in the fall and am thinking of using this survey with them during the meeting to capture in a structured way what the overall needs of ...
The Death Star Library, or Library and Archives as it was officially known, was a large library on Deck 106 in Sector N-One of the original Death Star. Most information in the library was transferred to phononic lattice storage. The library's data channel was 557.9. It was run by Atour Riten.
Anybody else finding that Coursera doesn't really give much of a breadcrumb trail? I logged in and wasn't sure where to start. Still not sure I'm doing/reading/watching things in the Right Order, or what's associated with which segment.