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Summer Book League Book Reviews: Part III

The Loyola Summer Book League is heading into the homestretch. Remember, there’s still time to join! Go to libraries.luc.edu/summerreading to enter the books you’ve read this summer! Here are a few reviews written by Loyola faculty and Staff to give you some inspiration if you’re still looking for summer reads. Lydia Craig of the...
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Staff Picks: Kim’s Top Albums of 2012 That Feature The Banjo

To close out 2012, we asked library staff members to write lists–of anything they want. Today we feature Kim Medema’s top albums of 2012 that feature the banjo. Kim is the Monograph Acquisitions Associate and resident banjo enthusiast at Cudahy Library. Kim’s Top Albums of 2012 That Feature The Banjo (And Two That Don’t)...
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All You Need Is Love: FLASH Seminar Thursday

Just beyond the month of Cupid, join Janet Sisler, Mark Beane, and Matthew Jacobsen as they explore how love stretches the boundaries of individuality and superficiality into creative and synergetic territories. Join us in an enlightening and entertaining discussion on how love transforms the person, our families, communities and the world. Thursday, March 1...
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Tech Trends w/ Tara: Augmented Reality

Even though augmented reality (AR) seems to be popping up everywhere – seemingly out of nowhere – it’s actually been around since the late 80’s.  At its most basic definition, AR is the connecting, overlaying or enhancing of the physical world with digital or virtual information.  (Note: AR is not virtual reality which is...
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Tuesday Tech Trends with Tara: Twitter

I know I said this blog would be about emerging trends, and having recently celebrated its 5th birthday Twitter is hardly new anymore, but I often get questions about Twitter.  Well, really.  Its one question asked again and again: “You use Twitter?” To the uninitiated, Twitter looks like a shorter version of the Facebook...
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Spring Reads

Spring Reads

Outliers: The Story of Success Malcolm Gladwell, 2008 Location: Cudahy Main Stacks Call Number: BF637 .S8 G533 2008 Gladwell identifies the qualities of successful people, posing theories about the cultural, family, and idiosyncratic factors shaping high achievers, and covers such topics as the secrets of software billionaires, why certain cultures are associated with better...
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