The following titles have been added to Literature Criticism Online:
Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 285
Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 286
Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 287
Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 288
Drama Criticism Vol 038
Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism Vol 224
Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism Vol 225
Poetry Criticism Vol 103
Short Story Criticism Vol 133
Short Story Criticism Vol 134
Short Story Criticism Vol 135
Short Story Criticism Vol 136
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol 232
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol 233
Something About the Author Vol 208
Something About the Author Vol 209
Power to the User: Interactive Online Reference Sources
Translation tools, visual searches, mobile applications—these are just a few of the features that let the user interact with reference databases in new ways. In this program for librarians in all types of libraries, a reference expert will talk about the value and potential of interactive features, and publishers will demonstrate some of their newest interactive tools and give us a preview of what’s coming next. Don’t miss this look at some of the features that are shaping the next generation of online reference sources.
- Sue Polanka, Head, Reference and Instruction, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, and Chair of the Reference Books Bulletin Editorial Board
- Michael N. Ross, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Product Development and Technology, General Manager of Education, Encyclopaedia Britannica
- Larissa Kozij, Manager, Digital Products, World Book, Inc.
- Vince Burns, Executive Editorial Director, ABC-CLIO
- Eric M. Calaluca, President and CEO, Paratext
Where: Virtual Library Training Room
When: June 1, 2010 at 11am – noon
Don’t miss what is sure to be an informative session.
Contact Steve Baskin – email@example.com to reserve your seat today!
Remember to complete an Application for Employee Education/Training/Conference Attendance if you plan on participating. I want to make sure everyone who attends receives their just ABRA training credit .
At this date it appears we will be loosing Encore as a catalog option. With the launch of the new library website Tuesday May 25th, the search box on the website and voyager will be changed back to the classic catalog. When the library website launches, the classic catalog will be the older version until later in the day when it gets updated to the new look. Be sure to review both the library website and the classic catalog between now and May 24th so you are not lost! There are major changes to the website and new features in the catalog, so you need to be in the know come Tuesday morning May 25th!
Note: both are still being worked on so there may be links not working or pages not yet updated especially in the classic catalog. You are welcome to send your comments or suggestions to ask or marketing.