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  • Weekly Web Updates – July 15, 2019

    | by Adam Franco

    Updates Drupal config_perms 8.x-1.2 Drupal media 7.x-2.22 WordPress duplicate-post plugin 3.2.3 WordPress wysija-newsletters plugin 2.12 WordPress seriously-simple-podcasting plugin 1.20.5 WordPress accelerate theme 1.4.2 Fixes and Tweaks Fixed an issue with caching on the Library site where the desired cache lifetime of the Library Hours banner and RSS feed were not bubbled up to the page […]

  • Interlibrary Loan Service changes

    | by Terry Simpkins

    Dear Library Patrons:You may have noticed that turnaround times to complete ILL requestshave of late at times been slightly longer than in the past.  As aresult of workforce planning, we have reduced the number of staffworking in this department by .5 FTE. We will of course continue tofill requests as quickly as we can, but […]

  • Weekly Web Updates – July 8, 2019

    | by Adam Franco

    Updates Drupal 8.7.4 Drupal entity_browser 8.x-2.2 Drupal entity_embed 8.x-1.0 Drupal eva 8.x-2.0-rc3 Drupal redirect 8.x-1.4 MediaWiki 1.31.3 WordPress foobox-image-lightbox plugin 2.7.3 WordPress foogallery plugin 1.7.8 WordPress instagram-feed plugin 1.12.1 WordPress jetpack plugin 7.5.2 WordPress post-type-switcher plugin 3.2.0 WordPress seriously-simple-podcasting plugin 1.20.4 WordPress the-events-calendar plugin 4.9.4 WordPress hueman theme 3.4.25 Fixes and Tweaks Added the RSS […]

Special Collections

History of the Bible, published in Cooperstown, New York, in 1836

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