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Monday, November 10, 2014

SUL Rosette

University IT is tremendously excited to let you know that the lynda.com service is now available for free at Stanford.

Thanks in part to the generous support many campus partners, Stanford faculty, staff, and students can start using this highly-respected service to spur their learning and development, as well as get just-in-time help on subjects that include business, design, digital media, web development, and so much more. There are over 3,000 titles "chunked" into short topic-based videos that your colleagues can access at their convenience, 24x7.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

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by Sonia Lee

For the third year in a row, Stanford Libraries opens nominations for the Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL), a prize to recognize and celebrate innovation through programs, projects, and new or improved services that benefits users. The deadline for entries is January 16, 2015.

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Cambridge, UK & Redwood City, CA, USA - 6 November 2014

Lens, an open-source tool introduced by eLife to make reading articles online easier, is being piloted in journals from six publishers on the HighWire platform.

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Mary-Lynn Bragg, Director of Client Services at SIPX, will be reviewing how SIPX has grown since it moved out of a Stanford research project into an independent company, and what SIPX services are available across the Stanford campus for the benefit of our faculty and students.

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