January 14, 2016
by Brooke Duffy
Comments Off on Research Consultation Room, ITS, and More Building Improvements
We’re excited to kick off the spring semester with some building changes that will allow us to improve our service to the university community. What’s new? Research Consultation Room Because of the popularity of our personal research appointments, we wanted … Continue reading
July 21, 2014
Comments Off on A World With No Patents?
What would a world without any patents look like? Would industries go into a frenzy, without any legal binding to prevent one company from using an idea from another? Or could no patents possibly lead to a much more beneficial result? … Continue reading
March 7, 2014
Comments Off on Getty Photo Library Now Free to Use?
Many on the web are simply stunned by Getty Image’s announcement that they will be making part of its vast photo collection free to all. You can read about it here in Joshua Benton’s article: Getty Images blows the web’s … Continue reading
February 3, 2014
Comments Off on Key Trends/Challenges in Higher Ed Tech
Read the NMC Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Edition that explores the technology landscape to identify potential impacts of technology on and use in teaching, learning and creative inquiry within higher education. Interesting trends include students as creators instead of … Continue reading
February 12, 2013
Comments Off on How Connected is Your Community?
from Bill Moyers’ What Matters Today, How Connected is Your Community? February 8, 2013 by John Light As telecommunications policy expert Susan Crawford points out in this week’s Moyers & Company, over the past decade, America has fallen behind many … Continue reading