If you are a regular follower of the DRS Blog, you will know that we have recently published a series of posts about the librarians of DRS. These spotlights introduce you to the many people and the huge range of expertise that make up our department. Here are a few examples of things you will […]
Archive for the 'Blogs' Category
Writing and publishing is one of the many things that librarians do throughout the year. Below is a roundup of professional writing by librarians in the Research & Scholarship department. Linda Galloway wrote about “Altmetrics, library outreach, and value” for ACRL Value of Academic Libraries. Linda Galloway and Anne Rauh published an article in the […]
As numerous Syracuse University (SU) Libraries users and blog readers know there are many specialized databases covering core published literature in a field, including journal articles, trade publications, book chapters, conference proceedings and more. And, increasingly, blog posts, papers, websites, and non-traditional publications are available as well. In addition to these specialized, often subject-specific, resources, […]
Patrick Williams was a guest editor for dh+lib this week. His “What are you reading this week?” selections were shared on the dh+lib weblog and on the ACRL Digital Humanities Interest Group listserv.
Many years ago when I was conducting research for a paper in graduate school I came across the term “blog.” I had not the faintest idea what the short garrulous stubby word meant. “What is a blog? The term is a contraction of “weblog”; we define a blog here as a web page with minimal […]