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cet.la Jan 17
📱-📕-📗-📘-📙-📒-💻 A new study available in our free access studies repository: ' Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Trends, 2017-2022' This and plenty of other pieces of investigation on , available here 👉
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Pierce Trips 3h
Best way to take a smart trip? Don't make the trip at all! Use the & online resources to get your reading and research done! 🖥️
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cet.la Jan 15
In our 📚💻📱of free access: You may find the latest research by 'Fourth Industrial Revolution: Beacons of Technology and Innovation in Manufacturing' available, along with many other Telecommunication studies, in this link👇👇
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Bhawna Goswami 5h
NAAC/UGC recommends all libraries to build a rich eLibrary featuring eBooks, news and video lectures. How well are you prepared?
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Puyallup Library 16h
Check out hoopla (and our other eResources) for everything from movies to music to tv shows to comics and ebooks and more!
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NV District Library 20h
Did you know you can access exclusive e-magazine, e-audiobooks and ebooks from RBdigital with your NVDPL card? Join us January 23 to learn how you can “read it your way” with the RBdigital app. Register:
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Sarah Matsuda Jan 10
Ask the books I want to borrow are checked out 🙁
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Gulf-Times 2h
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Age of Learning Jan 9
NEW: Our digital library now includes the largest collection of National Geographic Kids digital books available anywhere! Learn more here...
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Mav Library 4h
It’s ! Today we’re showcasing ’s book, “Monday’s Not Coming.” This book is available for ✅out in the & our as an & through !
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cet.la Jan 16
A new report available on our 📚 This one by 'World Development Report 2019. The Changing Nature of Work' This and many other studies of the telecommunications sector can be found here 👉
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Barnet Libraries Jan 11
What is a 'Digital library'? Who the heck is Libby? How do I borrow an eMagazine? All your questions answered at our Drop-in on Thurs 17 Jan from 3pm at . Beginners, improvers - all welcome!
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SpoCoLibraryDistrict Jan 8
There are so many things you can do online with your library card. You can download books, do research, find a tutor, take online classes, read magazines, and more!
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Rucci Law Group Jan 15
Now that the holidays are over, it’s a good time to catch up on estate planning. Who’s getting your online library collection?
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TSP 2019 Jan 16
2018 Conference Proceedings are now indexed in (formerly Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) of ), i.e. including with the , , , and in all announced databases!
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adnan baloch Jan 13
Nation attain maturity when their wallets uphold the library cards as best of their treasure.
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Ed Henkler Jan 9
Digital library guidelines could ensure digital equity for people who are blind or visually impaired
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Islamic Studies Lib Jan 10
Currently on the Islamic Studies Library blog, Arabic Collections Online. To learn more visit the blog:
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Crandall Library Jan 13
Too cold to come out to the library? Our digital library is available no matter the weather...
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Monia Marchettini Jan 17
Nella “Ti racconto la Storia” sono raccolte di testimonianze orali ed altra documentazione sonora ed audiovisiva, conservata presso istituzioni pubbliche, centri di ricerca ed associazioni private
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