Attention Librarians, and Library Science students and faculty!
The company ebrary is offering free access to their Library Center for one year, in support of U.S. National Library Week 2008 (April 13-19).
From their Press Release: “ebrary is dedicated to serving the needs of the library community, including the next generation of librarians,” said Christopher Warnock, CEO of ebrary. “We are pleased to participate in National Library Week by providing access to a selection of relevant e-books that we hope will provide additional knowledge that students, faculty, and librarians can use today as well as in the future.”
The ebrary Library Center includes books on a wide range of library relevant topics, with wonderful titles, including: Globalization, Culture and Social Capital : Library Professionals on the Move, Digital Libraries and Multimedia , and Glut: Mastering Information Through The Ages.
Register to receive complimentary access for one year.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
I am interested in how technology can help my patrons. In the smaller sense, how technology can make their lives easier and fun. In a larger sense, how technology can help them advance themselves - without having to leave our rural area. This blog will contain information about what we are doing at our library to help our patrons, as well as what other libraries are doing. I will also be exploring libraries and education in the virtual world, Second Life.
Photo Credit, emdot
Posted by Victoria A. Petersen at 3:18 PM