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Library & Information Technology Services Blog

  • Open Access Week: What is It?

    | by Kellam Ayres

    Open Access Week is an international event that raises awareness of the many benefits of making research free and open for others to use. This year’s theme is “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge,” which asks libraries and researchers around the world to consider how they will create and support platforms for sharing knowledge […]

  • Bye-bye Summon, Hello LibrarySearch

    | by Carrie Macfarlane

    The Library has hundreds of databases, indexes and catalogs, providing access to millions of articles, books, films, musical recordings and primary sources.  That sounds promising… until it sounds overwhelming. Where should you start your research? We used to recommend Summon, but over the summer, we replaced Summon with LibrarySearch.   Like its predecessor Summon, LibrarySearch is […]

  • Deaccessioning Project Formally Begins

    | by Michael Roy

    This fall, the Library will be starting a multi-year review of our circulating monograph collection in Davis Family Library that will identify titles we can safely remove from our collection. The project was discussed with department heads and chairs last spring. A web guide is available with much more information, including definition of the materials […]

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