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Passwords! There are so many passwords, PINS, and other security steps we have to juggle when doing almost anything online. Even though these can be painful to manage, it is really important to use strong, secure passwords that people (or … Continue reading
Is your computer desktop full of downloaded PDFs? Is your desk covered in cryptic Post-its containing half-formed citation information? Have you finished writing your paper only to spend hours late at night compiling and formatting your bibliography? Zotero can help! … Continue reading
From Text to Txting: New Media in the Classroom edited by Paul Budra & Clint Burnham LB1028.3 .F77 2012 New Arrivals, 2nd floor You know that school’s back in session because our poor printers are begging for a little bit … Continue reading
Time for your weekly dose of library-related Youtube videos. This one demonstrates that computers and all of our modern “conveniences” isn’t the first time that humans struggled with technology. Thanks to Dianne for the video submission!
The Library is pleased to announce its newest addition to the growing collection of online resources, Safari Books Online! Through Safari, you can browse and read approximately one hundred titles of core information technology books “cover-to-cover” from respected publishers such … Continue reading