Wednesday, February 29, 12:00 noon Frist Multipurpose Room B SearchIt@PUL: New Research Discovery Tool from the Library Nancy Pressman-Levy, Jeremy Darrington Would you like to learn how to expand your research beyond Google? SearchIt@PUL, the Library’s new discovery system introduced in … Continue reading
This session looked at current and future methods of annotating and analyzing text and multimedia materials for scholarly work. From the bookmarking and annotation of webpages, to commenting Word documents for review, and the marking up of XML versions of … Continue reading
Today, everyone Googles – in the U.S, about 12 billion times a month (including search engines that aren’t Google). Will our satisfaction with these tools increase or decrease as the Web and our expectations grow?
You may be a typical Google searcher who simply pops in a word or two in the Google search box and hopes for the best? As it turns out, Google has placed impressive functionality within that seemingly simple search box. … Continue reading
At the Wednesday, January 10 Lunch ‘n Learn, John Hernandez and Wayne Bivens-Tatum presented All Things Google. Hernandez focused upon searching and new Google tools. Bivens-Tatum focused upon use of Google for managing content. For those interested in basic information, … Continue reading