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Collins Library Links: Welcome Back – Part II

Welcome Back – Part II The Library provides access to a number of resources that support life-long learning.  Consult this LibGuide prepared by librarian Andrea Kueter which highlights useful news, health, financial, leisure, and consumer resources: http://research.pugetsound.edu/c.php?g=304589&p=2030739 And don’t forget … Continue reading

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Welcome Back Edition – Part I

Welcome Back Edition – Part I  You’ll see a few changes in the Collins Library.  We’ve been busy this summer: Library 118 (classroom):  We’ve added new movable furniture to encourage group work, and replaced the PCs with laptops. 4th Floor:  … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Opposing Viewpoints and the Academic Library

Opposing Viewpoints and the Academic Library In last week’s Inside Higher Education, Joshua Kim, Director of Digital Learning Initiatives at the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL), wrote Principles, Values and the Academic Library in the Age of … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Focus on Politics

Focus on Politics   Some library resources and events to share in anticipation of Election Day: Dead Feminists:  Jessica Spring and Chandler O’Leary will be presenting at Collins Library on Election Day, November 8th from 4:00 – 5:00 in room 020.  … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: October 2016

October 2016 The “Open Report” Ben Tucker,  Business and Economics Librarian, is spearheading our efforts to promote Open Access.  Contact Ben for more information on this important initiative: btucker@pugetsound.edu Sound Ideas: Did you know that in the past 30 days … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Welcome Back Issue: Part II

Welcome Back Issue: Part II Open Educational Resources (OERS): OERs are free, ready-to-use content for your classes.  OERs can reduce costs for students while at the same time offer faculty the opportunity to tailor content to a specific class. Creators … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Welcome Back Edition: Part I

Welcome Back Edition: Part I It’s been a busy summer at Collins Library, here are just a few of the highlights: Archives & Special Collections: The space enhancement project is well underway with the walls up for our Reading Room … Continue reading

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Collins Library links: Puget Sound Joins Lever Press: Open Access Scholarship

Puget Sound Joins Lever Press:  Open Access Scholarship Supporting Publication of Research in the Liberal Arts I’m writing to make you aware of this new publishing initiative that the Collins Library, the Dean, and the Library, Media and Information Services … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Updates on Fair Use, Image Rights and Open Access

Updates on Fair Use, Image Rights and Open Access Below is a compilation of recent articles that address access to information.    Fair Use & Image Rights: Artists’ 3-D scan of the Nefertiti bust opens up debates about originality, copyright, … Continue reading

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Collins Library links: Focus on Data Management & Data Management Plans

Focus on Data Management & Data Management Plans How Collins Can Help What is Data Management? Data management is the storage, access, and preservation of research data that is produced in the course of scholarly work. Throughout the lifecycle of … Continue reading

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