Posts with the tag: libraries

Libraries and the Fight to Save Net Neutrality

What is Net Neutrality? If we conduct a simple natural language search, using Google, it will return the following dictionary metasearch results that defines Net Neutrality as follows: “The principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites.” Read More

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The Archivist’s Nook: The Brutal Archives

The following post was authored by Graduate Library Professional Juan-Pablo Gonzalez. The construction of a Brutalist building at The Catholic University of America marked a departure from the existing architectural style previously seen at CUA and it was a departure from original conceptions of the growth of the university taking shape in a form that Read More

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Digital Scholarship: What’s Next?

Call it being curious. Call it being proactive. Call it being engaged. Maybe it is just human to look to the future. Here are some reports from 2015 and 2016 that give us clues to what the future of learning and libraries may look like. Libraries & Learning 2016 ALA State of America’s Libraries Report Read More

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Digital Scholarship @ CUA: If Librarians Were Honest

Happy end of your semester, academic year, or college experience from your CUA Librarians! Happy summer and visit a library! No one spends time here without being changed. From “If Librarians Were Honest” by Joseph Mills “… a book indeed sometimes debauched me from my work….”!!!! – Benjamin Franklin – If librarians were honest, they wouldn’t Read More

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