Dr. Tina Frühauf, Associate Executive Editor at Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM), explains the history and evolution of music pedagogy.
What is Music Pedagogy? Universality of Education in Sound and Sound in Education
August 01, 2019
Bowen Thagard, EBSCO Senior Vice President of Operations & Finance for the Subscription Services Division, offers questions to ask and topics to consider when assessing capabilities of subscriptions agents.
Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Subscription Agent
July 11, 2019
Key measures of academic success are retention and graduation rates. What factors directly contribute to students staying the course long enough to graduate?
Five Factors of Undergraduate Student Success
June 26, 2019
Read how the functionality of a discovery platform not only meets the UX expectations of today’s Google Generation, but also meets the expectations of “information literacy”.
Breaking Down Discovery Platforms and Information Literacy
June 12, 2019
The Intitution of Engineering and Technology (The IET) celebrates International Women in Engineering Day with programs that celebrate women’s achievements.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology Celebrates Women in Tech Fields
June 10, 2019
Approval plans support print and e-book acquisitions, as well as provide notifications of newly published books, DDA pools and more.
Data-Driven Collection Development: The Approval Plan in Today’s Academic Library
June 03, 2019
Hear from Elisabeth Buchberger, project lead for WTI-Frankfurt-digital, provider of Polymer Library, about their experience at this year’s Hannover Fair, an international trade fair for the production industry.
WTI-Frankfurt-digital at the Hannover Fair 2019
May 15, 2019
Dr. Timothy Beal spoke about deep learning, experimental humanities and the role of the academic library at an ACRL talk sponsored by Atla and EBSCO. Here’s what we learned.
News from ACRL 2019: Dr. Timothy Beal Talks about Humanities, Librarianship and Coding
May 13, 2019
The Modern Language Association’s free online course teaches students how to use the MLA International Bibliography for college-level research.
Webinar Replay: Using the MLA International Bibliography to Guide the Research Process
May 09, 2019
In this post, Chris Cattini, product manager at IFIS Publishing, discusses the trend of “free-from food” (i.e. gluten free, sugar free) and how relevant records in Food Science and Technology Abstracts reflect that trend.
Free from Everything? Trends in Food Science Research
April 30, 2019
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