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  • What Digital Archives Reveal About the History of Everest

    What Digital Archives Reveal About the History of Everest

    Our ongoing digitization project of the Royal Geographical Society’s archives reminds us just how inextricably linked history is with current events.

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  • Using Social Media to Engage With Library Users

    Using Social Media to Engage With Library Users

    Need some inspiration for your next library social media event? Jacky Leung, Information Instruction Librarian at HKUST shares with us tips on running a photo competition of the library.

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  • Early Career Librarians Tell Us About Their UKSG Experiences

    Early Career Librarians Tell Us About Their UKSG Experiences

    Interview of early career librarians attending UKSG.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Library Advocacy Through Licensing

    Early Career Librarian Series: Library Advocacy Through Licensing

    Where to start when it comes to negotiating licenses? Remember you are not alone! There are many other librarians out there who have the same questions as you.

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  • Academic Libraries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: One Librarian’s Perspective

    Academic Libraries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: One Librarian’s Perspective

    One librarian from Kazakhstan shares her experience at the NEICON conference and her perspective as an Eastern European library professional.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: The Benefits of Public and Academic Library Collaborations

    Early Career Librarian Series: The Benefits of Public and Academic Library Collaborations

    You might wonder why you should bother reaching out to collaborate with your academic or public librarian counterpart. Think the benefits wouldn’t make it worth the effort? Think again!

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Advocate for Your Campus Library

    Early Career Librarian Series: Advocate for Your Campus Library

    Advocating for library services on campus can take many different forms and varying time commitments. Here are some ideas to get the ball rolling on your campus!

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Incorporating Painless Feedback into Your Library Instruction

    Early Career Librarian Series: Incorporating Painless Feedback into Your Library Instruction

    Feedback and assessment are important components of a successful instruction program. Here are a couple of quick and easy ways to incorporate useful feedback mechanisms!

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  • Librarians Share The Latest Tech Trends Making Libraries Better

    Librarians Share The Latest Tech Trends Making Libraries Better

    With ever-evolving technology and innovation strides taken within the GLAM sector, how do librarians harness these various digital tools to best meet user needs?

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  • How to Successfully Implement Immersive Technology in Libraries

    How to Successfully Implement Immersive Technology in Libraries

    An expert in virtual augmented and mixed reality shares tips on implementing immersive technologies successfully in your organization.

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  • Top 10 Trends at the 2019 Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) Conference

    Top 10 Trends at the 2019 Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) Conference

    This year’s Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) Conference.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Getting Your Library Departments to Think Collaboratively

    Early Career Librarian Series: Getting Your Library Departments to Think Collaboratively

    Learn about a few ways that libraries can work across functional areas to better support researchers and patrons.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Meeting Students Where They Are Digitally

    Early Career Librarian Series: Meeting Students Where They Are Digitally

    Explore the facts behind digital natives and help ensure that your instructional practices do not exclude students who are less fluent in the language of technology.

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  • Our Top Library Stories in the Asia Pacific

    Our Top Library Stories in the Asia Pacific

    Librarian interviews, social media tips, technology trends and more - don't miss out on eight of our most popular posts among librarians in the Asia Pacific.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Discover Your Copyright Capability

    Early Career Librarian Series: Discover Your Copyright Capability

    Whether you’re a librarian, author or both, you’ve probably encountered a copyright question at some point!

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  • How to Kick the Knowledgebase Blues

    How to Kick the Knowledgebase Blues

    Although often a confusing or frustrating process, almost all academic libraries use vendor knowledgebases to perform general electronic resource management tasks.

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  • Primary Source Digital Archives Use and Promotion Uncovered

    Primary Source Digital Archives Use and Promotion Uncovered

    Who is really using these primary source materials?

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  • O Canada! What Historic Archives Reveal About the Great White North

    O Canada! What Historic Archives Reveal About the Great White North

    We've unearthed some fascinating pieces of Canada's history from Wiley Digital Archives.

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  • Evidence of Lives Lived: The Art and Application of Archives

    Evidence of Lives Lived: The Art and Application of Archives

    At the 2018 Charleston Conference, we brought together a panel of library leaders from a diverse set of institutions to share insights on acquiring primary source collections and offer best practices.

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  • How Libraries Are Impacting Research Outcomes

    How Libraries Are Impacting Research Outcomes

    Researchers today are often not prepared for the process of publication. Librarians are investing their time, budget and expertise in providing the support programs that are needed to fill this gap.

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