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Free Online Courses from Great Universities is a collection of lecture podcasts organized by topic; organized by Open Culture. found via Open Access News
Zotero is a fantastic example of how open source can transform not only software development, but organization of information as well. The potential of this citation management web-browser add-on to transform learning and research is tremendous. If you haven’t tried … Continue reading
I have run into two essays by Eric Lease Morgan this week that paint an excellent picture of today’s challenges for library technology and possible future solutions within our reach: Catalog Collectivism : XC and the Future of Library Search … Continue reading
The open coursework offered by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been translated into Chinese and made available for study in China. The effort was headed by Lucifer Chu (perhaps best known for translating The Lord of the … Continue reading