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Blog topic: News
Using a feed reader is a highly efficient and effective way of staying current on topics of interest, and easily sharing items with colleagues and friends.
RSS (Rich Site Summary, or Real Simple Syndication) is a mechanism by which a digital information source sends out links to newly added content. A feed reader lets me gather, organize, and edit these various streams of new content links in a single, user-friendly interface (I use Feedly). When I subscribe to a feed, new content is automatically sent to my feed reader as soon as it is made available, 24/7. Oh, and it’s free!
Our data management services web site is all new and improved, and we invite you to check it out, have a browse, learn something new, and tell us what you think!
We have expanded the existing content, added tons of new and useful information, and reorganized everything to make it all easier for you to find and use.
Read Compassion's Curative Power by Emma Seppala, PhD, the associate director of The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at the School of Medicine. Compassion offers tremendous health benefits and Seppala cites a study about the science behind compassion's health impact.
Humanitarian, hero, revolutionary, Nelson Mandela (July 18, 1918-December 5, 2013) served 27 years in prison for anti-apartheid activities in South Africa. He later served as the first black president of the same country and in 1993 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with Frederick Willem de Klerk.
During winter closure, December 21, 2013-January 5, 2014, patrons may submit RLCP and ILB requests.
Processing of requests submitted during the winter closure will begin on Monday, January 6, 2014. Delivery of RLCP materials requested during the closure will begin on Tuesday, January 7, 2014.
The entry turnstiles and other building-access card readers in Cecil H. Green Library will be upgraded during Thanksgiving Recess, starting Monday, November 25, 2013.
The new cards will have the required proximity chip that will unlock the turnstiles. You will be able to hover your card over a sensor to unlock the turnstile or open a door. The reader is sensitive enough that you will likely be able to keep your card in your wallet or bag but still have it read by the sensor.