Archive for the tag "ebooks"
Last week I had the opportunity to participate in a conversation with faculty in the library and in other academic departments about undergraduate research assignments. We discussed some of the stumbling blocks that our students seem to face, especially as they search for sources for their papers. It’s hard for us to put ourselves back [...]
ACRLog welcomes a guest post from Laura Braunstein, English Language and Literature Librarian at Dartmouth College. I was chatting recently with a professor in my liaison department who was beginning research for a new book. Did she have everything she needed? Was there anything I should look into ordering? Yes, she said, the library was [...]
ACRLog welcomes a guest post from Heidi Steiner, Distance Learning Librarian at Norwich University. The greatest reflection I find myself having following this year’s LJ/SLJ Ebook Summit is only vaguely about ebooks. Instead my mind is circling around balance. I tuned in to the “Marketing Ebooks to Students” panel ready for ideas about how I [...]