Excited to learn about the Post-Master’s Certificate in Data Curation, a new program that will assist those who wish to enhance their leadership skills in data curation and is now available at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science. The new program is geared toward practicing professionals [...]Read More... →
These “Rumors” were included in the latest issue of the ATG NewsChannel Broadcast, our e-newsletter that is sent to our subscriber list when each new print issue is released. The Broadcast includes links to full text articles online, as well as highlights recent important posts on the NewsChannel website that you may have missed. If [...]Read More... →
Learned from Facebook among other places that the always-on-the-move Rick Anderson has been named Acting Dean, Marriott Library at the University of Utah while his spectacular boss Joyce Ogburn carries on her ALA/ACRL duties. Congratulations to both of them!
Speaking of Facebooking, I have been trying to do more, but I just don’t have enough [...]Read More... →
So happy to hear of the birth of Kevin Ricords’ and Jackie LaPlaca Ricords’ baby boy, Easton Matthew. He was born on Christmas Eve, a month early!
We all know the fabulous Jackie from her work with CredoReference and LibrariesThriving.org. She and her colleague Heather Blaine collaborated with Against the Grain for a debate titled Read More... →
Was just reading about the Phablet – a phone with a screen big enough to be used as a tablet. Samsung is coming out with this Android-powered smartphone with other extra features. Will this be the next big device? Check out this article from Techworld.com to get all the details: “The era of the [...]Read More... →
Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!
Big news that Koninklijke Brill NV and Taylor&Francis Group, part ofInforma PLC of London, have signed a purchase agreement for a journal and book program in science and engineering. This program was published by Brill under the VSP imprint. The transaction rounds off a strategic repositioning of Brill’s focus where the humanities and selected areas of the social sciences are [...]Read More... →
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