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  • Google Maps now has University Building outlines!

    I can't be 100% certain, butt I don't remember seeing this just a few days ago when I was working on...

  • U. Illinois Press joins Current Scholarship Program

    ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Marita LaMonica Date: Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 8:59 PM Subject: News from JSTOR: U. Illinois Press joins CS Program To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu PRESS RELEASE The University of Illinois Press signs agreement with JSTOR, joining a new effort to improve access to current scholarship for faculty, students, and librarians.

  • Google Analytics for all?

    We have several units around the library using Google Analytics to track their content (which is great, because GA is such an awesome free tool). But I've been toying with the idea (as has the Web Content Working Group) of trying to deploy GA in a more across the boards way. A single GA account for _all_ library web sites/servers, etc.

  • Open Access to Research Is Inevitable, Libraries Are Told

    WASHINGTON, D.C. Public access to research is "inevitable," but it will be a slog to get to it. That was the takeaway message of a panel on the role libraries can play in supporting current and future public-access moves. The panel was part of the program at the membership meeting of the Association of Research Libraries, held here yesterday and today.

  • LIbrart IT (RTG) Meeting Today, Monday Oct 12, 9am-noon, Grainger Commons

    We'll be getting updates from the various Library IT RTG Working Group today.