Have you ever been shopping, brought stuff with you to the dressing room, and were unsure of what to do with the merchandise after you’d finished trying it on? Some folks opt to put clothing back on the rack where Continue reading When you’re finished with books you’ve browsed…
The Wired Campus blog of the Chronicle of Higher Education recently featured an article about a game designed to teach students how to find and cite sources for research papers. The game, called Bibliobouts, was developed at the University of Continue reading Bibliobouts: a game about citations
While many European countries continue to develop their online digital libraries, the United States is just beginning to think at the national level. Yesterday’s New York Times article, “Playing Catch-Up in a Digital Library Race,” gives an overview of this Continue reading Imagining a national digital library
“If you’re interesting enough to find your refuge in the library, you’re usually pretty interesting to talk to.” That’s Glenn Slater’s point of view as reported in the New York Post.
A recent Chronicle of Higher Education blog post includes the top teaching apps for your mobile device. The post notes apps for taking attendance, finding and managing course readings, taking notes and preparing course lectures. For those of you looking Continue reading For Faculty: Teaching apps you might find useful