Libraries depend on a variety of resources to provide researchers and patrons with best-in-class services. Find out more about the resources that can help libraries serve the needs of their users.
Learn how school districts are combining technology with education by providing students with their own laptop computers, specifically Google Chromebooks.
Learning in the 21st Century: Technology in the Classroom
January 16, 2018
See how these three steps to creating a balanced collection development strategy can help your library reach its goals.
Three Steps to Creating a Balanced Collection Development Strategy
January 11, 2018
Clearview Regional High School Librarian Arlen Kimmelman describes her strategy for using EBSCO’s Science Reference Center database to teach information literacy and critical thinking skills to Honors Biology students.
Sprouting Good Habits with Science Reference Center
January 08, 2018
When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, we all know how difficult it can be to get them started, much less keep them going throughout the year. While resolutions are fresh in people’s minds, it’s important to remind them that the library is a great resource to help them stay on track.
How Librarians Can Help Patrons Achieve Their New Year’s Resolutions
January 03, 2018
Academic library users depend on the successful delivery of library services. We created Maria to help explain the issues impacting the user experience.
Get to Know Maria, An Academic Library User
December 20, 2017
Whether your public library has a strong social media presence or you’re getting ready to take it up a notch, here are ten ways to use social media to promote your library.
Ten Tips to Master Social Media at Your Library
December 18, 2017
Digital information is how we consume information, but how do we know when information is false and improve our media and information literacy skills?
Media and Information Literacy in the Digital Age
December 18, 2017
Le Répertoire international de la presse musicale (RIPM) is the only internationally coordinated initiative created to preserve, reconstruct and provide access to music periodical literature published in Europe and the Americas from approximately 1760 to 1966.
Uncovering the Untold History of Music with RIPM
December 14, 2017
Founder and editor Dr. Richard H. Lineback has applied his expertise to indexing philosophy since 1967, when The Philosopher’s Index was first published by the Philosopher’s Information Center. Since then, The Philosopher’s Index has remained the most authoritative bibliography in philosophy.
The Philosopher’s Index: Celebrating 50 Years of Editorial Continuity
December 11, 2017
Providing resources that are accessible to all users, including those who are visually impaired, is an important consideration for all libraries. Find out about our recent usability study and best practices for accessibility.
Webinar Replay: EBSCO Accessibility Study on User Experience
December 07, 2017
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