Good news! The Libraries have subscribed to Twentieth Century Advice Literature. More than a thousand pages of conduct, behavioral, advice, and etiquette literature reveal rapid and drastic changes in American life in the last century. These sorts of materials typically fell out of date quickly and were rarely collected or preserved by libraries. Much of the content was distributed by organizations only to their members and was never cataloged. Alexander Street is painstakingly collecting the literature from archives and academics around the country, with more than a third of the items in the database classified as ephemeral.
- Henry Hornbostel: In Architecture and Legacy
- Open Scholarship for Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers
- Open Access Q & A at the library
- Trial Access to IEEE Interactive Courses
- The Workers: Photographs by Andy Prisbylla
- 14th Int’l Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration
- Posner Center Internship, Spring 2014 – $3000!
- Video: Fair Use on the Digital & Physical Campus
- Scholarly Communications & You
- Roadmaps, Roles & Re-engineering: Developing Data Informatics Capability