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Streaming of Genocide Testimonies Now Available for Academic Libraries

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ProQuest partners with USC Shoah Foundation to broaden access to the Visual History Archive.

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10 Aug 2016

The Power of Video Testimonies: The Visual History Archive

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Join the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education and ProQuest for a free webinar to examine the impact video testimonies have in research and teaching.

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09 Aug 2016

Who Said that? Name the Presidential Nominee

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Can you name the candidates who gave these speeches and the year in which they gave them?

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08 Aug 2016

How today’s Olympic Athletes Represent Ideals from the First Modern Games

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Since 1896, the Olympic Games have been interrupted by wars and politics but the ideals set forth in 1896 remain.

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05 Aug 2016

How to Balance Ebook Access with Ownership

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Access-to-Own balances access with ownership and applies all loan spend to perpetual purchases.

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04 Aug 2016

Hip Hop, Culture, and Race: Insights from Two Books

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Two recent books offer perspectives on hip hop and its connection to race and culture.

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03 Aug 2016

The Fight for Positive and Accurate LGBT Information in Libraries

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Gay rights pioneer Barbara Gittings advocated for a revolution in the inclusion and cataloging of LGBTQ materials in public libraries to create a more positive, supportive, informative environment for all members of the community.

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31 Jul 2016

The Essential Guide to Women Running for the U.S. Presidency

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Courageous women in the 19th and 20th centuries ran as third party candidates for the U.S. presidency, often causing controversy and always taking a step forward for women.

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29 Jul 2016

After a Historic Night, a Look Back at the Women’s Suffrage Movement

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Blog post discussing the women's suffrage movement. In honor of Maud Wood Park, Webb’s grandmother, and last night’s historic presidential nomination check out Park’s essay, “How I Came to Start My Work for Woman Suffrage.” Posted July 27, 2016.

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27 Jul 2016

6 Principles Librarians Can Apply to Write Better Social Media Posts

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If you find yourself writing tweets for the library or even for your personal accounts these principles will help you shift your mindset from academic writing to social writing.

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26 Jul 2016

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