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EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing allows readers to see into the future with an “electronic brain”… but are we the first to find this technology?
The BBC recently reported that Britain has developed an “electronic brain” — a web technology that not only revolutionizes the way individuals surf the net, but the way knowledge is gathered.
Arts and Crafts Workshop for Youth Librarians
Social Responsibility Journal Special Issue explores social responsibility in developing and transition countries
Emerald’s approach to publishing embraces the notion that ‘diversity brings strength in knowledge ecology’ and encourages the ‘export’ of ideas into the developing world.
In her introduction to the special issue, Maria Aluchna Comments: “The issue offers a wide range of topics presenting aspects of current challenges of both topic of CSR and corporate governance. I truly recommend all the articles published in this special issue”.
The issue consists of two sections, the first discusses the status and development of CSR and the second focuses on corporate governance.
You Don’t Look Like a Librarian: New Book Looks at—and Shatters—Popular Stereotypes and Misconceptions About Librarians... Discusses New Images That Are Emerging in the Digital Information Age
March 31, 2009, Arlington, VA—At the opening of the 24th Annual Computers in Libraries conference and exhibition, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) announced the publication of You Don’t Look Like a Librarian: Shattering Stereotypes and Creating Positive New Images in the Internet Age, by Ruth Kneale. In this new book, librarian and blogger Kneale debunks outdated preconceptions about librarians and their profession that still exist in the digital era.
The PsycINFO Department of the American Psychological Association is pleased to share training videos with you through the popular site YouTube. These videos provide guidance to using various features, as well as give tips to build precise searches. We are adding new videos regularly.
All of our videos are available on the PsycINFO Channel:
For more information about APA Databases, visit our website at apa.org/databases.
Robert Hauptman, editor of the JOURNAL OF INFORMATION ETHICS would like to receive articles (or proposals) on the following topics: surveillance, biometrics, image manipulation.
More information on the journal can be found here: http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/jie.html
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WIND ENGINEERING 1977-2008
- online in one package
WIND POWER has leapt to the forefront of public consciousness in the last few years, as a viable and sustainable alternative energy technology.
But matters are never so clear cut.
LA VERGNE, TN – The Taiwan Library Consortium, in conjunction with the government of Taiwan, has selected Ingram Digital, an Ingram content company focused on solutions for digital content management, hosting and distribution, to provide e-books and audio books to a majority of the nation’s libraries.
Absolute Xpress Publishing is proud to be announcing the opening of its doors. An imprint of Hades Publications, Inc. created in 2008 over a cup of coffee, Absolute Xpress’ slogan is “Great Books When You Want Them”. A publisher dedicated to E-Books and Short Run Printing in the Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Romance and Mystery genre Absolute Xpress is currently open for submissions and can be found at http://www.absolute-x-press.com . Our monthly contests and winners can be found at http://www.axpcontest.blogspot.com.
COLUMBUS, OH--January 23, 2009--LibLime, the leader in open-source solutions for libraries, announced today that the company is now offering support for Kete, an open-source community digital archive.
LibLime is offering the following Kete services for libraries: hosting, installation, support and training.
Kete is cutting-edge software that allows a community of users to collaboratively build a repository of historical and contemporary artifacts. Kete offers a complete multimedia experience, supporting upload and storage of: