Professor Anastasia Salter discusses the value of games in the library in a recent post in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s blog Wired. She states that campus libraries are a great location for games because of extended hours and the Continue reading Games in the Library
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I cheated, I admit it, I cheated and read the second book first. I had always been intrigued by the book with the title Who Moved My Cheese? This was at a time when a lot of changes were being Continue reading Moving Cheese
Most people I know think they’re pretty savvy when it comes to searching Google. It’s a tool most of us use every day. We often rely on Google for research, directions, images, details about a person or event, shopping and Continue reading Are you an Expert Google User?