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A reference redo

 I have always been amazed at the way reference librarians resolve tricky questions from patrons. In this post on the Association of College and  Research Libraries blog, librarian Veronica Arellano Douglas muses about what might happen if reference librarians left their big desks behind and  at in a comfy chair as partinicpants in  a "beta-space"  that promotes research collaboration?

http://acrlog.org/2017/01/16/a-reference-redo/

(This link was shared by our sister list H-Bibl.) 

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Redesigning Digital Monographs (comment)

Friends:  JSTOR labs has released a new White Paper, "Reimagining the Digital Monograph Design Thinking to Build New Tools for Researchers," by Alex Humphreys, Christina Spencer, Laura Brown, Matthew Loy, and Ronald Snyder which discusses the ways scholars use digital monographs and ways that these might be made more useful and accessible to a wide range of readers.

 You can find it at

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