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Check out our latest, updated .ti libguide - done by our amazing GA!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 13
It's a great time to start looking for grants, fellowships and scholarships. Start your search with our LibGuide!
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Anna Trammell Jul 12
Go behind the scenes Archives in the latest "There's an Archivist for That!" interview with Public Access Manager May Haduong: (Images: Courtesy of Nate Christenson / ©A.M.P.A.S.)
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Biⓐnca Kramer Jul 12
This is really cool : street network orientation in major cities, based on - by (h/t ) Exhibit 1: 25 US cities Exhibit 2: 25 non-US cities
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Scholarly Commons Jul 12
Interested in sports, data, or data visualization? Tableau has got the perfect summer series for you!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 12
Brand new out of the Scholarly Commons! Check out our newest 'Lightning Review' of one of our brand new books from our reference collection!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 11
Curious about your rights as an author? Check out our Authors Rights page!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 11
Congratulations to our colleagues at the Illinois Data Bank!
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Library Journal Jul 10
The Odd Literary Paraphernalia of the New York Public Library’s Berg Collection via
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Open Access Tracking Project Jul 10
The Impact of Open Educational Resources on Various Student Success Metrics
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CITL Illinois Jul 10
Join us on September 28th for a thought-provoking Symposium where designers, researchers, faculty, administrators, students, and staff come together to re-imagine the classrooms of today and tomorrow. Register now:
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Scholarly Commons Jul 10
Did you know you can get weekly updates about ? Articles, jobs, and new releases!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 9
to one of our amazing GA's post about fun facts!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 6
New and improved! Make the most of your PowerPoint presentations with our updated LibGuide!
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Scholarly Commons Jul 5
Hot off the presses! Copyright news!
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JSTOR Jul 5
Hello! All of our content is freely available to search and download without a login!
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Optiform, Inc. Jul 5
Universities who experience issues with poor OCR results can take tips from - If you still need help, reach out to us. We'd be really happy to help! What To Do When Doesn’t Seem To Be Working
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Library of Congress Jul 5
In this bicentennial year of the birth of , we highlight favorite items from the great abolitionist's papers & other collections here at the Library:
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Library Journal Jul 5
Research Article: "Clinical Usefulness of Library and Information Services in : The Detailed Use and Value of Information in Clinical Settings"
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Shannon Mattern Jul 4
"In many cases, accurately depicting a dataset means including its flaws—its biases, its approximations, its uncertainty."
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