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天禄论丛—中国研究图书馆员学会学刊

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Libraries as gateways of learning and librarians as capable facilitators

Investigating and discussing how librarians in academic libraries change their roles and services following the changes in the libraries due to emerging technologies applied in the libraries.

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T.H. Tsien, 105, Dies; Scholar of Chinese Books Rescued 30,000 of Them

Obituary for T.H. Tsien's death (April 9, 2015) announced on Web site of University of Chicago by Margalit Fox, with brief introduction of T. H. Tsien. T. H. Tsien was an emeritus professor of East Asian languages and civilizations, and an emeritus…

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Reaching beyond ourselves: Celebrating 40 years of CALA (1973 - 2013)

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The CALA 40th Anniversary Issue, Reaching Beyond Ourselves: Celebrating 40 Years of CALA (1973-2013), is without doubt a unique collection of the Chinese American Librarians Association’s (CALA) history. It contains pictures, biographies, citations…

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Redefining scholarly services in a research lifecycle

The shifting landscape of scholarly communication and lack of a university wide institutional repository led the University of Central Florida (UCF) Libraries to develop a unique approach to supporting faculty and student research and scholarship.…

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A history and analysis of CALA's social media

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Under the rapid development of social media and social networking sites, a number of social media channels have been deeply integrated into people's professional and private lives. The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA), started its…

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CALA Newsletter, No. 114, Spring 2016

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The CALA Newsletter is the official publication of the Chinese American Librarians Association, and it disseminates information about Chinese American Librarianship and the activities of the association. Some of the highlights in the 2016 Spring…

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