Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Agents of Change

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Agents of Change

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This issue of Computers in Libraries takes its cue from a column Terence Huwe wrote for the magazine's June 2014 edition. In that piece, he spoke about the roles that today, as in the past, libraries play in the "intellectual ecology."

In this issue, we touch on a few of those, including a project involving a site named Calling All Papers!, which helps researchers find the right place to publish their research results. Rachel Evans shows you, step-by-step, how she enhanced the user interface by presenting the bland data on interactive maps using Drupal.

We also have a case study on how to embed yourself in the curriculum. Margaux DelGuidice shares tips for turning students into savvy online researchers as she counts down the top digital tools for teaching research skills to high schoolers.

And talk about being embedded, Loren Turner relays the story of how the library and academic faculty combined resources at the University of Florida to put on a MOOC for a global audience of law students. …

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