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Library Space Redesign (Virtual), Marilyn S. Billings Jun 2009

Library Space Redesign (Virtual), Marilyn S. Billings

University Librarians Publication Series

This session will present a series of "think pieces" for both librarians and other campus constituencies to explore as we create new ways of working together to meet the needs of students, faculty and researchers of the 21st century. Topics will include new scholarly communication techniques, digital repositories, new partnerships and ways of marketing our scholarly outreach activities, and examine the implications for our current and future workforce.


Fishing Upstream: What Do Libraries Want From Vendors, Leslie Horner Button Apr 2009

Fishing Upstream: What Do Libraries Want From Vendors, Leslie Horner Button

University Librarians Publication Series

No abstract provided.


Notable Edibles: Sound Bites, Madeleine K. Charney Apr 2009

Notable Edibles: Sound Bites, Madeleine K. Charney

University Librarians Publication Series

Written by Rebecca Touger, this article describes the radio show "Farm to Fork: The Pioneer Valley's Local Food and Agriculture" which airs every other Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm EST on WXOJ-LP, 103.3fm, Valley Free Radio. Hosted by: Madeleine Charney, Kelly Coleman, Leslie Cox and Don Persons. Listen via live audiostream: www.valleyfreeradio.org


Vision Of Self-Sufficiency Comes Alive (On Less Than Two Acres!), Madeleine K. Charney Jan 2009

Vision Of Self-Sufficiency Comes Alive (On Less Than Two Acres!), Madeleine K. Charney

University Librarians Publication Series

A Montague, Massachusetts family relishes their traditional homesteading lifestyle.


Foodroutes Network And The Local Food Movement, Madeleine K. Charney Jan 2009

Foodroutes Network And The Local Food Movement, Madeleine K. Charney

University Librarians Publication Series

A feature article on the national nonprofit organization FoodRoutes Network (FRN), which describes itself as “dedicated to reintroducing Americans to their food—the seeds it grows from, the farmers who produce it, and the routes that carry it from the fields to our tables.”