Category Archives: Books

Commentary: Still Saying No to Discovery Services

I came across this recent article about the negative aspects of using discovery tools in library websites. This inspired me to revisit our library’s current decision to resist adopting a discovery service framework for our library website.  I continue to … Continue reading

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Discussion Entry: Changing Book Publishing Models

A work colleague posted a link on twitter to a very interesting story. I thought it would make a great discussion entry for this week’s assignment. The HoTT Book This blog article describes a new book that has been published … Continue reading

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The need to critically analyze ebook adoption

Yesterday my colleague and I facilitated a faculty panel on Ebooks in the Academy at the Humanities Symposium on our campus. I presented research on the use of ebooks for academic study, and faculty presented about the use of ebooks … Continue reading

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Where’s the Research?! A Plea for Expanding the Evidence on Ebooks and Educational Technology

I am currently co-facilitating a faculty panel on ebooks at my institution’s upcoming Humanities Symposium. I will be providing context and research results on the use of ebooks for academic study. I will post reflections from that panel here after … Continue reading

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