Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hires authors book chapter about STM publishing

Assistant Librarian Will Hires recently co-authored a chapter with Chris C. P. Kluiters, of Springer Science and Business Media.  Their chapter, titled “User Feedback from Corporate Library Advisory Boards of STM Publishers: Useful Input for New Product Development, Pricing &

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Braunstein appointed to GPO Depository Library Council

On March 9, 2011, the United States Government Printing Office (GPO) sent out a press release announcing the appointment of five new members to the GPO Depository Library Council (DLC) for the 2011-2014 term.  One of the five appointees named

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LSU Libraries to host conference

Next week, more than 300 rare book and manuscripts librarians and several dozen book dealers will descend on Baton Rouge for a four-day conference, hosted by the LSU Libraries.  Titled “In the Hurricane’s Eye: Challenges of Collecting in the 21st

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Daugherty and Russo study impact of information literacy instruction

Ever wonder what impact credit-bearing library instruction has on students?  Two faculty librarians surveyed over 2100 currently-matriculating LSU students in order to measure the effects of information literacy instruction provided through LIS 1001 (Research Methods and Materials).   Associate Librarians Alice

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Taylor gives paper at the Louisiana Historical Association Conference

Assistant Librarian Michael Taylor presented a paper titled “Books and Bookselling in Early-Nineteenth-Century St. Francisville and Bayou Sara, Louisiana,” at the Louisiana Historical Association Conference in Lafayette on March 19, 2011. The paper examined how people on the southwestern frontier

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