What We’re Reading Wednesday - Banned Books Week Edition

Posted September 30, 2015 in Insights & Research

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Hello book lovers, it's Banned Books Week. This is an annual celebration of the freedom to read by highlighting and commemorating books that have been banned or challenged by schools, parents and governments throughout history. For this edition of What We're Reading Wednesday, we asked several EBSCO librarians to share their favorite banned or challenged books.... Read More »

See the Improved User Experience on the EBSCO eBooks Viewer

Posted September 24, 2015 in Technology

EBSCO eBooks Viewer

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The expectations of library patrons continually evolve with the development of new technologies. This is especially true when it comes to e-books. To ensure libraries can offer their patrons the experience they expect, EBSCO eBooks™ is introducing the first step in EBSCO’s new e-book user experience: the all-new EBSCO eBook viewer.... Read More »

Advice to a Thesis Writer: Follow Your Heart or Your Head?

Posted September 23, 2015 in Content

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Thesis writers are often advised to choose a subject they feel passionate about, in order to sustain their interest over the long course of completing their dissertations. Academic Product Management Analyst Margaret Richter looks at the motivations behind some of the authors who wrote dissertations during the first half of the 20th century to discover whether they align with the pragmatic approach to topic selection and discovers two scholars more swayed by their hearts than their heads.... Read More »

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