Tag Archives: Scholarship

Thoughts on Threads

by Christine Anne George A few weeks ago, when I was discussing a research plan with a student who was getting ready to work on her note on a breaking-news topic, I said something I hadn’t expected to say in … Continue reading

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Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Supporting Librarian Scholarship within Your Institution

by Ashley Ahlbrand Librarians are many things: caretakers, teachers, guides, support.  These roles reflect the work that we do and the relationships we have with our patrons. Yet there is another role many of us fill, whether as a requirement … Continue reading

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Tackling the Many and Various Problems of Scholarship Preservation

by Ashley Ahlbrand I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the problems facing modern scholarship. Last October, Sara Sampson and I presented at the ORALL Annual Meeting about two of these problems specifically pertaining to the fact that research today … Continue reading

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Digital Rights Management: A Librarian’s Guide – Call for Contributions

RIPS Law Librarian Blog is pleased to share the following announcement from Catherine Lemmer and Carla Wale: We are pleased to announce that we will be editing a new book titled Digital Rights Management: A Librarian’s Guide to be published by … Continue reading

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