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The door’s locked

The door’s locked. — Ofelia In that case, create your own door. — The faun Pan’s Labyrinth

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qualitative AND quantitative

I recently attended the Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries conference in Rome, Italy, and had a blast. What a treat to see librarians and library researchers from across the globe present the results of their mixed methods research. It … Continue reading

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first book review

Here’s a snippet from the first review of our new book, Marketing Your Library’s Electronic Resources: A how-to-do-it manual, via Michelle Dalton at www.libfocus.com/2013/05/marketing-your-librarys-electronic.html: For those completely new to the area however, this is certainly a book that will serve … Continue reading

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$5 off our new book

 

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journal article layout is worth a million

I don’t know if it’s because I’ve just been through the book publishing process and am extra sensitive to page design, but I think the layout of my new article at Collaborative Librarianship is really nice. Take a look? Shout … Continue reading

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Well hello, number 5

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