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Spring Webinar: Cast Aside into the Public Domain ?>

Spring Webinar: Cast Aside into the Public Domain

Title: Cast aside into the public domain: The resurrection of an esoteric Jules Verne adventure novel In 1898, Jules Verne serialized an adventure across the United States entitled “The Will of an Eccentric”. In the story, a group of strangers compete for a 60 million dollar fortune by playing the classic board game The Noble Game of the Goose, but adapted as a map of the United States! The books is extremely rare, was only published in the UK in…

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Winter NORASIS Meeting ?>

Winter NORASIS Meeting

Please join us for the NORASIST winter meeting on February 11 at 7 PM. You may meet us in Kent or online via WebEx. Instructions for connecting via WebEx and the event location can be found at the bottom of this message. We have a new format for this meeting, with four speakers lined up to give short talks of about 15 minutes, with time for questions and discussion. Refreshments served! Cindy Kristof, head of copyright and document services and…

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Serving our Users: An Ohio Dominican Perspective ?>

Serving our Users: An Ohio Dominican Perspective

Join the Central Ohio Chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology (COASIS&T) and presenters Michelle Sarff and Christina Bonner for a program about Ohio Dominican University’s patron-driven Library. Monday, February 22, 2016 at 6:00 PM ODU Library Spangler Learning Center 1216 Sunbury Road Columbus, Ohio 43219 (614) 251-4752 bstettner@columbuslibrary.org Ohio Dominican University is a small, private, Catholic university. ODU Library’s mission is to promote information literacy and inspire lifelong learning by providing personalized service and access to resources…

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Going Global in Your Local Catalog ?>

Going Global in Your Local Catalog

Our catalogs have grown from just representing materials we own to include materials we have access to, or more directly, can link to. Cataloging has grown, changed and adapted to accommodate this shift. New standards, new thesauri and a focus on linked data promises to push the boundaries of the catalog even further. Please join NOTSL and NORASIST for their joint meeting “Going Global in Your Local Catalog” as they explore FAST (Faceted Applications of Subject Terminology) which is available…

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