This Month in the Agenda – May 1993

How To Mary Beth Fecko, Technical and Automated Services, has written Cataloging Nonbook Resources: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians. Cataloging is the starting point for access to nonbook materials, especially important for media which cannot be browsed in the manner… Continue Reading

This Month in the Agenda – March 2003

DIY Courseware Congratulations to Ronald Jantz of the Scholarly Communication Center and Rutgers history Professor Rudy Bell, who wrote the article “Do it Yourself Courseware: How We Built A Reusable Web Platform for Studying World Cultures,” published in the February… Continue Reading

This Month in the Agenda – July 1997

Twenty-one years ago, all hands were on deck as the Libraries were gearing up for the implementation of a new library system. Sound familiar? Here’s a snapshot of the Agenda from July 1997. With a Little Love from Our Friends… Continue Reading