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Friday Fun: Librarians Do Gaga (video)

Oh, those wacky librarians. Here are some librarians, library school graduates and library school faculty touting the library catalog while getting their Lady Gaga on. Of course, the library catalog is a useful tool, for finding books, videos, video games, … Continue reading

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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes®, a men’s march in high-heeled shoes to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender violence, comes to UWW on Wed., April 24, from 5-7pm in the UC Hamilton Room. The event is sponsored by University … Continue reading

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T3 (Thursday Tech Tips): Quick and Easy YouTube Clips

Have you ever needed to show only a short segment of a YouTube video in a class or a presentation? TubeChop, a free website requiring no registration, makes quick work of selecting a portion of a video and creating a … Continue reading

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Friday Library Video Fun

Hard to believe, but there are many videos about libraries out there…enjoy this one called “Funny Library Montage.” Do you recognize the movies and programs in it? Click the image to play: I got this, and saw several other videos, … Continue reading

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Program on Middle East & Raptors Feb. 28

Dianne Moller, Executive Director of Hoo’s Woods raptor education and rehabilitation center, will give a free, one-hour presentation on Tues., Feb. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Milton Public Library (430 E. High St., Milton), recounting her experiences during recent … Continue reading

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The Silent World

On this day in 1953, French oceanographer and marine conservationist Jacques-Yves Cousteau published his first book, The Silent World: A Story of Undersea Discovery and Adventure (co-authored by Frederic Dumas). Three years later the documentary film was released, and it … Continue reading

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Scholarly Inspiration (Friday video fun)

I was tipped off by another librarian that this “Study like a scholar, scholar” video from the Harold B. Lee library (Brigham Young University) inspires students to study in the library to get better grades! The video is amusing, but … Continue reading

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Friday video fun: Speech recognition-generated captioning

Some of the librarians have been learning about closed captioning and subtitles lately (there’s a difference, after all. One usually provides text cues to non-speech audio). Well, a colleague on campus forwarded an online newsletter that included a link to … Continue reading

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White House YouTube Channel

You can subscribe to the White House’s YouTube channel and see what’s going on! Among the offerings: “West Wing Week” videos, as well as various special topic videos. The University Library is a federal depository with many federal, state, local, … Continue reading

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Andersen Library short videos

OK, here’s some Friday fun–and it’s somewhat educational too. Did you know Andersen Library has a few short videos on YouTube? Yup, we experimented a little about a year ago: (1) A troll’s brief view of Andersen Library: (2) A … Continue reading

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