Monthly Archives: March 2005

  1. Bumper Stickers for Librarians

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    Librarians know EVERYTHING about EVERYTHING! May the source be with you ! Back off! Or I’ll cross-reference the heck outta …
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  2. Try a New Search Engine!

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    Answers.com was founded in 1999 by Bob Rosenschein of GuruNet Corporation. It is a free, ad-supported, reference search service, created …
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  3. Check it Out!

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    D-Lib is an open access, online-only journal, produced by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives and funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation. The …
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  4. Andrew Carnegie and Columbiana County Libraries

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    Ohio’s Columbiana County has the distinction of having three public libraries that were built with grants from Andrew Carnegie. This …
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  5. FYI: Nominees Wanted!

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    The Subject and Special Collections Division is your organization. And here is an opportunity to get involved! OLC Elections will be …
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  6. Survey Says…

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    In order to assess the needs of our members and to help meet those needs, the Subject & Special Collections Division …
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  7. Cuyahoga Valley

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    March 1, 2005 by J. Johnson

    By Melissa Arnold, Randy Bergdorf and Sam Tamburro. Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum & Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association, 2004. Published by …
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