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Helping the Researcher...there is a Dissertation for That!

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One dissertation can lead to the discovery of more sources, as well as other works that have been cited in additional dissertations.

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22 Sep 2016

How to Grow Community with a Seed Library

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Seed libraries provide the community with a free resource for growing healthy foods and they promote sustainability and biodiversity.

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21 Sep 2016

The Future of Academic E-reading, Still a Long Way to Go

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Can academic reading happen as effectively with ebooks as with print books?

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20 Sep 2016

Remembering the Trail of Tears

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The enduring legacy of Indian removal policies in the U.S.

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16 Sep 2016

Hunt & Gather: The Fundamentals of Collection Assessment

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Hunt & gather, verify, analyze, and disseminate are the 4 steps of collection assessment, which focus both on the collection and the use/user.

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13 Sep 2016

Misty Copeland: RELEVÉ REVELATION

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Happy birthday, Misty Copeland!

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10 Sep 2016

Divorce Petitions Reveal the Lives of 19th Century Women

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Divorce petitions extremely frank and candid offering numerous possibilities for research into the lives of 19th-century women.

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08 Sep 2016

That Time the Literary Digest Poll Got the 1936 Election Wrong

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It’s not the size of the sample...

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07 Sep 2016

A Librarian’s Guide to Becoming Data Driven

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An interview with Michael Levine-Clark, Dean and Director of the University of Denver Libraries.

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06 Sep 2016

The Student’s Guide to Workers, Labor, and the Left in History Vault

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Students will find numerous collections in History Vault to study workers, labor unions, and the American Left during the 20th century.

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05 Sep 2016

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