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Beyond Collections: The place of the academic library in the university research agenda

Academic libraries are facing enormous pressures that require them to respond and adapt in order to remain relevant. The academic library is no longer jus
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You Will LOVE Creating New Genre Signage For Your Library Too! - Buncee Blog

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14 mobile marketing trends that will dominate in 2016

Lazy reader (for those who like to listen) 14 mobile marketing trends that will dominate in 2016 1. Instagram ads 2. Mobile video ads 3. Mobile payments 4
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Google’s New App Brings Hundreds of Museums to Your Phone

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Google's new Art Recognizer tool turns your museum visit into a multimedia experience.
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3 Major Trends That Will Forever Change the Way We Work

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The workplace is changing--rapidly. By staying ahead of these trends, you can make sure your business remains the leader of the pack.
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Academic Libraries and the Textbook Taboo: Time to Get Over It?

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Has the time come for academic libraries to start thinking seriously about providing textbooks to their student patrons? A few are already doing so--why not more?
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Kevin the Cashier at New York Public Library

“Ellen's writer Adam is back with more hilarious hidden camera pranks! This time he went all the way to New York City!”
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Newberry Library Fellowship Opportunities - Renaissance Society of America

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“RT @RSAorg: The Newberry Library is now accepting fellowship applications for the 2016-2017 academic year. http://t.co/04StvRbzhC”
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The US' traditional lead is slipping in the ranking of top universities worldwide

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“ US continues to lose its grip as institutions in Europe up their game”
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Top 5 Social Media Sites for Physicians – Continuing Medical...

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“Social media has become increasingly popular over the last decade.”
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It's not what a library stocks, it's what it shares

The first digital-only library in the US raises key questions about the broader purpose of a library, writes James Bridle

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Here's a Timeline of Brands Scoring Big in Social Media in 2014

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It's been quite a year for brands in social media, highlighted by the World Cup instead of the Super Bowl for a change as Nike, Beats by Dre and McDonald's scored goals aplenty last summer.

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Unfocus To Be Creative | The Creative Mind

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“Their creativity and productivity...were not the result of endless hours of toil. Their towering creative achievements result from modest ‘working’ hours.”


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Marvel Comics Retro Collection Camping Backpack

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This Marvel Comics Retro Collection Camping Backpack is the perfect accessory for a weekend getaway, when you don't want to get away from Marvel. You can
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11 Personal Brand Building Hacks That Will Earn You More Customers Within Two Weeks

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If you run an online business, you are probably aware that building a strong personal brand is one of th
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Want more traffic to your blog? Here are some tips for writing more compelling headlines.
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Colorize Like a Pro – 20 Super Helpful Color Tools

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While the Web is rich in various instruments that are intended to improve workflow or enhance the functionality of the project, there are just some valuable
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Library fines exceed $7 million - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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“One San Diego library user owes the city $2,433 for 26 overdue or unreturned items, including a $107 fine for “College Accounting,” $70 for “The Tangled Bank” and $60 for “Managing Human Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations.”...”
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The Ang Lee Trilogy review – food and culture clashes link these early gems - The Guardian

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“Ang Lee’s ‘father knows best’ trilogy, made with the great Chinese actor Sihung Lung, propelled him to fame”
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Why Brands Should Sweat the 'Small Stuff' of Customer Experience - MarketingProfs.com (subscription)

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“ Customer Relationships - The small stuff that brands overlook in customer experience is usually big stuff in their customers' eyes. That small stuff can boost or destroy that relationship.”
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British Library turns down Taliban archive because of UK terror laws

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“Library declines offer of archive because it fears it could be in breach of legislation banning the collection of material which could be used for terror”
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The world's most beautiful miniature books

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“The breathtaking world of miniature books, richly illuminated, bound in leather and gold, and some so small they cannot be opened.”
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Sunsetting: What Libraries Can Learn from Tech Companies

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Libraries exist to provide amazing services and resources to our users.  We are so committed to this vision that we continue to offer these services even after users don't need them. 

 

“The easiest way to know that a product should be killed or sold off is when it no longer fits the company’s distinctive competence and market strategy. Regardless of the costs, a product that doesn’t make sense in the context of the rest of your products just confuses your customers.”


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Anu Ojaranta's curator insight, April 12, 2015 2:51 PM

Absolutely worth reading, this is something I am trying to teach my students! 

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Using Design Thinking in Higher Education | EDUCAUSE.edu

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"Design thinking focuses on users and their needs, encourages brainstorming and prototyping, and rewards out-of-the-box thinking that takes "wild ideas" and transforms them into real-world solutions."


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vgpascal's curator insight, January 29, 2015 1:32 AM

Pour la formation professionnelle également :-)

Shiban Kak's curator insight, February 2, 2015 3:43 AM

Design should be the basis of Engineering education and bringing in the design focus makes the students understand what problem solving is, what knowledge application within the bounds of constraints is and finally what is meant by the trade off to make an optimal decision. Many of us in the technical education must use the science and philosophy of design to make students learn what engineering is about. Engineers must be creative and generate products & services that benefits humanity and makes life more enjoyable for all but not at the cost of environment as that places the burden of my today's solution on the children's of tomorrow.