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“Liaisons” – A Little Night Music

Music and Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim

Amorous but amoral novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses was first published on this day in 1782 detailing sordid liaisons among the French aristocracy.  47 more words

Broadway

The Library Bill of Rights: Article lll

Over a 7 week period, the Faculty at Brookens Library will be sharing a blog series expounding on each article of the Library Bill of Rights. 953 more words

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The Library Bill of Rights: Article ll

Over the next 7 weeks, the Faculty at Brookens Library will be sharing a blog series expounding on each article of the Library Bill of Rights. 1,003 more words

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Leopards Can Change Their Spots: Transforming Subject Librarians into Scholarly Communication Librarians

by Brian Quinn, Personal Librarian, Library Scholarly Communication Team Co-Chair

The traditional role of the subject liaison librarian is increasingly being called into question. Responsibilities that had been considered the core of liaison work such as reference, instruction, and collection development may no longer be sufficient to meet user needs. 429 more words

Texas Tech University

Faculty Library Associate 2017

Brookens Library is pleased to announce our 4th Summer Faculty Library Associate program. Designed to create intensive collaboration between faculty and the library, this program asks faculty to further integrate information literacy into new or existing courses. 190 more words

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The Library Bill of Rights: Article l

Over the next 7 weeks, the Faculty at Brookens Library will be sharing a blog series expounding on each article of the Library Bill of Rights. 961 more words

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Liaisons: An Introduction to French (with iLrnTM Heinle Learning Center, 4 Terms (24 months) Printed Access Card) Review

Liaisons: An Introduction to French (with iLrn™ Heinle Learning Center, 4 Terms (24 months) Printed Access Card) (World Languages) (9781305262751): Wynne Wong, Stacey Weber-Fève, Bill VanPatten: Books… 6 more words