Emory University is consolidating four existing digital technology services located in the Robert W. Woodruff Library into the newly created Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), in a process which began in June and is expected to take several months.
I was sad and angry when Mike Kelley’s editorial triggered a host of attacks on the credential with which I began my career. I already worked at the Reading Public Library, MA, when I enrolled in the MLS program at the School of Library Science at Simmons College. It was just before I turned 30, more than five decades ago. The studies for the MLS at Simmons made me a far better practicing librarian than I expected they would. Most important, they converted me from an amateur librarian to a professional.
At ALA annual, record crowds shared enthusiasm for new technology, tools, and team-ups to promote core library values such as privacy and diversity
Reviews of Cocktails for a Crowd: More Than 40 Recipes for Making Popular Drinks in Party-Pleasing Batches and Happy Hour at Home: Libations and Small Plates for Easy Get-Togethers.
Philippa Gregory’s The White Queen, The Red Queen, and The Kingmaker’s Daughter inspire a new TV series that inspire a new list of read-alikes.
On August 15, North Carolina State University Libraries (NCSU Libraries) released lentil, open-source software that supports the harvesting of images and image metadata from Instagram, and enables organizations “to build special collections based around a topic or event, or to invite participation in evaluating a library program,” according to a release.