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Skateboarding in Charleston

Are you a Skateboarder? Read about your rules and rights here:
 http://today.cofc.edu/2014/03/25/charleston-skateboard-rules-and-rights/

skateboard map

SEARCHING TIP: For more maps of the City of Charleston, do a Google Image search for Charleston Peninsula maps.

 

Never Underestimate the Impact of a Librarian

This infographic is from Elsevier’s Library Connect and Jenny Delasalle, a freelance consultant and librarian. It tells the story of how librarians are working with researchers and the research office to measure research impact and to explore the application of these measurements.  – See more at: http://libraryconnect.elsevier.com/articles/2014-06/librarians-and-research-impact-download-and-share-new-infographic-0#sthash.61QDNjVH.dpuf

impact of librarians

Absolutely nothing to do with finals….

Bu you know you wanted to know this:
https://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/causes-old-people-smell-151800142.html
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Tech Tools Students Say They Can’t Live Without

From Chronicle of Higher Ed,
http://bcove.me/bek46d9t

Copyright and You

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This helpful webpage has links to copyright information, if you need to use a piece of video for a class. It also has links to free images and copyright free content! That’s where the image in this post came from. What does it have to do with this post? Nothing!
http://blogs.cofc.edu/tlt/teaching/copyright-information/

Downloadable Infographics

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Have a report to write? Read this article by Desmond Wong and download free templates to help you create your own infographics!
5 Infographics to Teach You How to Easily Create Infographics in PowerPoint [+ TEMPLATES]

Google Tips from TeachThought

source: http://www.teachthought.com/
Google Like a Boss

Accessing .gov sites during the government shutdown

The government shutdown has made some websites essential to your research unavailable. Follow this article for a few suggestions of how to access some sites.
http://www.popsci.com/article/technology/how-access-government-websites-during-shutdown

Tutorials

I love YouTube for tutorials on how to do almost anything (Boolean searching, quadratic equations), but my son just told me about a new tutorial site.
http://www.instructables.com/

is more do-it-yourself and project focused than educational, but it might be a great place to visit for class projects or your Halloween costumes!

New for Continuing Education or Professional Development

New for Fall. The College of Charleston is offering short courses online to improve your skills for personal, educational or professional purposes. They also provide you with the convenience of being able to learn anywhere, anytime!
To learn more about these 6 week courses, visit http://www.north.cofc.edu/continuing-ed/online-l
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