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AI and Ethics. Feldman, Sue 1154
Data Sets, Game, and Match. Ojala, Marydee 2063
Dissertations, Theses, and the Scholarly Record: Earning a Ph.D. is hard work. No one is likely to disagree with that thesis statement. Regardless of the discipline, doctoral students devote an enormous amount of time researching their topic, examining their data, collecting their thoughts, writing a dissertation, and defending it before a panel of professors, often in the presence of their peers. Librarians are there to help with the process. Devar, Georgina 2405
INDUSTRY News. 1792
Internet Librarians Gather in London and Monterey. Ojala, Marydee 1970
Is It Time for a Universal Academic Search Engine? Badke, William E. 2082
New Year, New Tech: How Fitness Technology Transforms More Than Just Our Workouts. Lamphere, Carly 2653
Oversimplifying Search. Ojala, Marydee 515
Recommended Reading on Information Ethics and the News. Bartlett, Jennifer Bibliography 2091
RSS: The Most Useful Dead Technology on the Internet: I remember when I first started using RSS. It was after a record snowfall of more than 20 inches hit the city where I live. Twenty inches of snow might not sound like much if you live in the Midwest or way up in the mountains, but in North Carolina, it was a showstopper. Everything halted for days. If you were lucky and had power, you stayed inside, drank hot chocolate, and watched the news. Calishain, Tara 3698
SEARCH ENGINE Update. 1189
What's in a Metric? Data Sources of Key Research Impact Tools. Lasda, Elaine M. 2032
When the Peer-to-Peer Economy Meets Copyright. Bates, Mary Ellen 819

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