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British Library and Google

Icon Written by Timothy J. Dickey on June 20, 2011 – 9:45 AM

More news on the e-book front: http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/perpetualbeta/british-library-and-google-make-250000-books-available-all Google will allow a quarter of a million out-of copyright books from the vast collections of the BL freely available on the web. (“Freely,” of course, still meaning that we don’t pay except in search data, and the BL doesn’t pay, except in giving the texts to Google…)

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Geo Tagging Digital Photography for Learning, Research, and Just Plain Fun!

Icon Written by Jessica Hedgecock on October 27, 2009 – 6:30 AM

Presenter Mace W. Mentch, Ph.D. is Assessment Specialist in Instructional Technology and Academic Computing for Case Western Reserve University.  He is responsible for the design and implementation of an array of assessment, research, and evaluation projects with emphasis on documenting learning effects and evaluating the effectiveness of emerging, innovative, and existing technologies.  Mace has presented […]

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Getting Results With Google

Icon Written by John Shannon on May 13, 2008 – 10:07 PM

On May 13, we hosted Glen Horton, Technology Coordinator and Assistant Director of Southwest Ohio and Neighboring Libraries (SWON). We use Google on a daily basis:  it’s simple interface and page-ranking make it a great search engine.  However, there is much more to Google than just simple keyword searching.  In this session, Glen discussed some of […]

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