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Have an Impact! 58 More Nature Titles in ProQuest Databases

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Many of the titles are heavily cited and recognized for their impact.

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26 May 2016

How to Battle Censorship and Become a Legend

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Blog post highlighting Morley Safer’s groundbreaking report on the burning of Cam Ne that aired on the CBS Evening News in August 1965, Written by Beth McGough, Communications and Creative Services Manager, and posted on May 25, 2016.

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25 May 2016

See How “Sylvia” Paved the Way for Women in the Workplace

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Attitudes toward working women in the 1940s.

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23 May 2016

Honoring the Legacy of a Reluctant Hero

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Nicholas Winton, organizer of the Czechoslovakian Kindertransport, saved 669 Czechoslovakian children from the Nazis in 1939.

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19 May 2016

The Rise of DDA and Transformation of Approval Plans

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Bob Nardini on academic publishing, approval plans and DDA.

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18 May 2016

3 Hot Social Media Trends for Libraries

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What trends have emerged in social media this year?

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16 May 2016

The (Survey) Polls Are Open: Accessing Public Opinions of the U.S. Presidential Candidates

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Where can students turn for credible coverage of the 2016 presidential election? ProQuest Statistical Insight.

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12 May 2016

Helping Self-Publishers with Technology and a Human Touch

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Bowker is teaming with FastPencil and Infinity to provide an innovative service to self-publishers directly from the Bowker home page.

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10 May 2016

15 Must Have Marketing Tips for Libraries

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15 top marketing tips and trends that will inspire creative campaigns and bolster your program’s technical edge.

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09 May 2016

Remembering and Responsibility

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“Survival is a privilege which entails obligations. I am forever asking myself what I can do for those who have not survived.” -- Simon Wiesenthal, writer

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04 May 2016

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