November 15, 2013
Comments Off on Google Books- Card Catalog for Digital Age?
“Google has prevailed in a long-running lawsuit over the millions of books the company has digitally scanned without permission from authors and publishers. A U.S. Circuit Court judge has ruled that it’s “fair use” when Google scans portions of books … Continue reading
November 14, 2013
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Are you an individual looking to discard old books? Greater Bridgeport Community Enterprises, a local nonprofit, can help! Drop off your books (free of charge) at 459 Iranistan Avenue in Bridgeport, CT! Learn more at http://greenteambpt.com/book-recycling/
August 21, 2013
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Dr. Nancy Dallavalle is quoted in the Washington Post article “What Catholic Women Want” which details leading Catholic women’s opinions on the role of women in the Catholic Church. “The church simply refusing [to ordain women] means that women will … Continue reading
June 11, 2013
Comments Off on Writing Center – Open Now in Library!
The Writing Center has relocated to the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, Lower Level (near the Center for Academic Excellence) To visit the Writing Center, turn right into the double doors at the bottom of the Lower Level stairs. The Writing Center will … Continue reading
June 10, 2013
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The Association of American Universities, the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, and the Association of Research Libraries are offering a plan they call the Shared Access Research Ecosystem, or SHARE. They propose SHARE as a workable, higher-education-driven solution to … Continue reading