The Linda Hall Library has a blog...

Aug 25, 2006 by

The Linda Hall Library now has a blog. Posts will cover news items about the library, announcements of lectures and events, staff reviews of books intended for the non-specialist audience and announcements of selected new titles in the...

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Issue 7.6 of ACS’ LiveWire newsletter...

Jun 10, 2006 by

ACS, in the June issue of LiveWire, announces a special blog just for Baltimore SLA conference by ACS Publications Senior Account Manager and LiveWire Editor-at-Large Doug Storm and guest bloggers like Teri Vogel. Attendees that will go to the ACS booth to post a comment on the blog may get a t-shirt. In the same issue, the Librarian’s Corner column features Andrea Twiss-Brooks with an article on sources to find and evaluate sci-tech book...

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New sci-tech library blog

May 28, 2006 by

Pat Viele, Physics & Astronomy Librarian at the Edna McConnell Clark Physical Sciences Library, Cornell University, has lauched a new blog, Physics Information Fluency. The objective of the blog is facilitate the exchange of information and ideas about adding information fluency to physics...

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New blog on patents

Dec 19, 2005 by

Michael White, from Queens University, has launched a new blog on patents last month called “The Patent Librarian“. From Mr. White’s listserv message: the content is aimed at academic librarians who work with patent information. My hope is to create a forum for exchanging ideas and information related to patent data and documentation, search tools and techniques, free and commercial databases, patent statistics, training tips, USPTO information dissemination policy, and other related topics. Many happy...

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