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There’s an app for … library research

We do more and more things on the phone. Doing your library research can also be a truly mobile experience. Simply log into GALILEO from your phone using your GPC GALILEO password, enter a search in the Discover GALILEO search … Continue reading

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The GILFind@GPC Catalog’s New Features Save You Time!

People often complain that using libraries is more confusing than using Google. As librarians, we constantly work to streamline our tools and services to make using the library easy and intuitive. One of our latest improvements has been streamlining the … Continue reading

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Technology Trends in Libraries, PT. 3

This the third and final post about emerging technologies as predicted by the Horizon Report. So far we’ve looked at mobiles, ebooks, augmented reality, and game based learning which are becoming mainstreamed into higher education libraries. In 4 to 5 … Continue reading

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Technology Trends in the Library, PT. 2

You may have read an earlier blog post where I talked about the Horizon Report and its predictions of emerging technologies in the college classroom. Today we’ll look at what the report says will become mainstream in the classroom within … Continue reading

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Technology Trends in the Library

If you are interested in technology trends and how they affect Higher Education, then you might be interested in reading The Horizon Report. Published annually, this report identifies emerging instructional technology trends by polling faculty around the world. Technology used … Continue reading

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