ATG Book of the Week: The Atlas of New Librarianship

The ATG News Channel Book of the Week March 7, 2011 The Atlas of New Librarianship by R. David Lankes. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2011. Copublished with ACRL 408 pages. 78-0262015097 David Lankes ke...

ATG Hot Topic: iPad 2 Announced by Steve Jobs

by Dennis Brunning, Arizona State University IPAD 2 announced by Steve Jobs. This year’s version, coming March 11th (time to get in line) will feature two cameras, dual-processor, and most of all thi...

ATG Article of the Week

This citation for a collection of articles was provided by Ruth Riley of the USC School of Medicine Library! Thanks to Ruth and to John Kennerly (director at Erskine library) for the head’s up!...

ATG Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Words

The ATG New Channel Book of the Week of February 28, 2011 The Secret Lives of Words by Paul West. New York: Harcourt, Inc., 2000. 0151004668 206 pages. This is a book of words. Words have always fasc...

"Hot Topic" of the Week – IBM and Watson

By Mike Diaz, ProQuest IBM’s Watson wins on Jeopardy, delivering fast answers in a question and answer format in a game forces contestants to understand nuance and hidden meaning in questions. The be...

Star of the Week: Matthew Hancox

Name: Matt Hancox Title: Account Executive, Digital Archives Organization: Gale, a part of Cengage Learning Address: 27500 Drake Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan Phone: (800) 877-4253 x2244 Fax: (919...

Publisher Profile: Gale Digital Collections

Gale Digital Collections Gale | Cengage Learning 27500 Drake Road Farmington Hills, MI 48331 (800) 877-4253 http://gdc.gale.com Officers: Vincent Vessalo – Director, eArchival Solutions Group Jim Dra...

ATG Book of the Week – Library: An Unquiet History

The ATG News Channel Book of the Week of February 21, 2011 Library: An Unquiet History by Matthew Battles. New York: W.W. Norton, 2003. 0393020290. 245 pages. What an elegant and optimistic book in t...