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Freshmen, you could win $400!

The Tredway Library Prize for First-Year Research recognizes an outstanding research paper written by a first-year Augustana student for a class in the Liberal Studies or Honors sequence. 54 more words

Library Prize

Cardboard crafts, library ideas, and nonverbal communication

Here’s what I’ve picked for the week on library programs, body language, and research.

There are so many ways to build – Legos, random bits of wood, cardboard. 232 more words

My Picks

LOST IN THE LIBRARY? HELP IS HERE….

Every year many students, new or returning, make their way to the campus.  One of the most popular spots for studying, relaxing, and using the computers is the library.  380 more words

Have You Tried Remote Accessing?

People come to the library for many different reasons. Some come to study. Some come to look for reading materials for their research. Some come for the comfort of the relaxed environment that the library offers. 397 more words

Wait, I am a Boomer?

Last week I read in the New York Times an article called “Wait, What, I am a Millennial?” by Juliet Lapidos. The writer protests her status as a millennial – she was born too early to be a true digital native. 1,055 more words

Babyboomers

Technological Literacy and Information Literacy

Class today will focus on week’s reading: Dennis Baron’s argument on the significance of computers (and the Internet) as a writing technology and James P. Purdy’s research on students digital research practices. 378 more words

Class Plan

My First Lesson in Research

When I was in high school, I developed a coffee habit. Believe it or not, that was actually the extent of my drug use, but with nothing more disturbing on her mind, my mother worried that caffeine might be bad for me and kept encouraging me to quit. 516 more words