The Role of the Library in Your Community

By |August 23rd, 2016|News, reference|0 Comments

When is the last time you went to the public library? So it shouldn’t surprise you that there has been a significant decrease in […]

Grey Areas in Plagiarism

Throughout college, I would get anxious when I submitted papers to a professor who used plagiarism software. I always cited my sources, following the […]

Monographs in the Digital World

By |July 25th, 2016|News, reference|0 Comments

A daughter’s interest in monographs spurred her mother to learn more than she ever thought she needed to about this declining literary form. This interesting […]

Dealing in the Dark

By |July 21st, 2016|News, reference|0 Comments

We have all heard about the darknet, the Web content that exists on overlay networks which use the public Internet but which require specific […]

Open is Not Free

By |July 20th, 2016|News, reference|0 Comments

The proponents of open access argue that the taxpayers have paid the invoice and therefore deserve the product. They are referring to the scientific research […]

New Words Added to the Oxford

By |July 19th, 2016|News, reference|0 Comments

The Oxford English Dictionary recently released their list of added words as part of their June update to the more than 150-year old publication. This […]

Indexing History One Record at a Time

Genealogy projects have long been a great example of proper indexing against a solid database that produces great findability. One such project that was […]

The Fair is Coming

There are many reasons to visit the Frankfurt Book Fair – the most important international trading place for content, from novels and children’s books […]