Apologies if this is ridiculously dumb. Do non-fiction audio books include the reference list? Does the narrator read out the footnotes? (A student just asked...never occurred to me before...can't check myself because OverDrive is giving me nasty error messages)
Just a "is MPOW totally off?" check: how often do you find journal holdings that are wrong in your link resolver or recs in your catalog for ebooks that you can't actually access? As a reference/instruction librarian in a big uni, I find that lately I've been encountering this at least 4 times a week. Is that a lot, or not much?
Help needed! McGill's student committee of Librarians Without Borders is trying to win this grant for a project to build a library in Haiti. All you have to do is LIKE the page, and then vote for our project. Thanks for your support! (Apologies that it's necessary to add an app...)