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What We’re Reading Now

In the education realm, July can seem like the quietest month. School is nowhere in sight, colleagues are off on family vacations and businesses seem to call it quits by Friday at noon. But while there might be a break in homework, conferences, and meetings, there is still plenty of discussion going on around what […]

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What We’re Reading Now

This past month we were at the ISTE 2012 Conference discussing a new kind of professional development for teachers, MyLivePD. As well as the 2012 APSCU convention talking about retention and remediation needs for colleges. And don’t forget ALA Annual 2012 in Anaheim talking about our 24/7 reference help service, Ask a Librarian. We ended […]

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What We’re Reading Now

May marks the end of the school year for many colleges, universities, and public schools across the country. But while they were winding down, we have been gearing up for a summer full of conferences, webinars and updates. But before we got too far into the summer mindset, we kept up with trending topics that […]

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What we’re Reading Now

Even with its extra day, February still felt like it went by in the blink of an eye. And while it was still the shortest month of the year, we were in no way short on reading material. This month our top reads varied from a U.S. Department of Education follow up on Digital Learning […]

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