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Collections, events, and makerspace funding ideas!

Are you looking to update your school library collection? Maybe put on an event that promotes literacy, reading, or authors? Both of these opportunities come from… 257 more words


EXODUS LOST by S. C. Compton

S. C. Compton is a North Carolinian historian, but has spent a number of years in Peru, Guatemala and the Middle East.    He has come up with a fascinating and compelling theory on the origins of the Olmec of Mexico, a civilization which appeared in the tropical lowlands of south-central Mexico, in the present-day states of Veracruz and Tabasco.  308 more words

Non Fiction


“Gnosis” the literary club organized the movie for the young and talented students of BBA. The students watched the movie based on the bestselling book “The Secret- Law of Attraction.” This activity took place in the state-of-the-art Theatre Hall of the institute on 5th May 2016. 84 more words


State Library Updates: 5/3/2016

TO: Minnesota Libraries
FROM: State Library Services
DATE: May 3, 2016
SUBJECT: Updates from State Library Services

Team Up with Workforce and ABE Colleagues
Thank you to the more than 100 people who attended the first Better Together workshop last Friday! 439 more words


New University Sabbatical Policy

This new policy for sabbatical leave was effective from 1st April 2016 and can be found in the document warehouse at:


This policy is for academic staff and refers to a sabbatical which is a continuous specified period of absence from the University for the sole focus on advancement of scholarship, research, innovation or teaching. 63 more words

Research And Innovation Services

Market Focus Conference on Wearable-Flexible to Stand Out at Display Week 2016

To promote industry and academic technology development, while also educating consumers on the importance of displays, SID hosts more than 10 …

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🔴 Comments by Jerry 

🔴 Comments by Jerry

Someone I know only as “Jerry” has regularly been posting amazing comments to this blog. They are so good, so perceptive and insightful, that I asked him if I could post them more prominently. 89 more words