Monthly Archive: October 2008

Oct 16

“Voting America” visualizes the history of US presidential elections

The Voting America project from the University of Richmond’s Digital Scholarship Lab is interesting because it helps to visualize and analyze historical election data back to 1840. http://americanpast.richmond.edu/voting/ Thanks to Amy Ciccone for sharing this!


Oct 09

Would you merge CLS and ULS?

Today’s post on ACRLog from Steven Bell is “Why a CLS and ULS.” The post highlights a conversation that just started in the CLS Facebook group on the question of why there are two different sections in ACRL for college and university libraries. I couldn’t resist posting my response to that question, which I’m reproducing …

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Oct 08

Unique new blog launches today

It’s a peer-reviewed* blog with a team of visionary new librarians as its founders. In the Library with the Lead Pipe is a team blog by six librarians working in academic, public, and school libraries across the United States. Four are alumni of ALA’s Emerging Leaders program and one is a 2008 Library Journal “Mover …

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