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I have a few conferences coming up and I thought I’d share my schedule just in case any of you out there in sciencelibrarianblogland will also be attending. I’ll list them in order, along with whatever I’ll be presenting. BookCamp Toronto, May 15, Toronto 9:30: eBooks in Education and Academia — the glacial revolution John…

ISTL is a great resource for those of us in science and technology libraries. I’m happy to report on the tables of contents from the last two issues. Winter 2010 Evaluation of an Audience Response System in Library Orientations for Engineering Students by Denise A. Brush, Rowan University Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography…

Authorial control

Horror author Cherie Priest has a very nice post from a couple of days ago called Control. It’s basically about what mass market fiction authors do and don’t have control over in the book production process. Now, the mass market fiction publishing niche is hardly the main concern on this blog, but I also think…

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