Year: 2010

Christmas Opening Hours

December 23, 2010

All CSU Campus Libraries will be closing at 12.30pm Friday 24th December 2010 and re-opening…

Robots and the future of libraries

December 20, 2010

A key reason for the implementation of robots in Chicago State University after a careful…

Highlights of New Titles

On not being able to paint by Marion Milner Milner’s great study, first published in…

That was the year that was…

December 17, 2010

With Christmas quickly approaching, it’s interesting to reflect on the year and the big &…

Censorship and Social Networking: How successful can it really be?

December 15, 2010

Is it possible to censor social networks countrywide? While China have been moderately successful, there…

The digital story of the nativity

December 14, 2010

This video is a light-hearted look at the traditional nativity story, re-told 2010-style!

Citations Helper is now available in Interact

December 10, 2010

Staff from CSU Library’s Information and Liaison team, the Division of Learning and Teaching Services…

History of the eBook

December 6, 2010

With Google launching their own eBook store in the US called Google eBooks, the eBook…

Going digital: tracing the transition to digital terrestrial television in Australia

November 30, 2010

Rhonda Jolly from the Information and Research Service, Parliamentary Library discusses the transition from analogue…

Highlights of This Weeks New Titles

November 29, 2010

The facebook effect -The inside story of the company that is connecting the world. Check…

Oxford University has welcomed its first aboriginal students

November 25, 2010

Oxford University has recently welcomed two aboriginal students to the university for the first time…

White Ribbon Day

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. According to the…

Highlights of This Weeks New Titles

November 23, 2010

No shelf required : e-books in libraries – This collection is a must-read for librarians…

Euthanasia in Australia: Raising a disability voice

November 22, 2010

Erik Leipoldt writes that the The Australian euthanasia debate is inviting us to conclude that…

Finding a voice for higher education

Glynne Davis comments that University study is more popular than ever before in Australia. More…