Your school library's collection development strategy will help you identify the right resources to support student learning and classroom instruction.
Three Cool Tools for Collection Development
September 18, 2017
The EBSCO Help customer support site makes it easier than ever to find answers to your questions. Find FAQs, user guides, tutorials, promotional resources and more.
Let EBSCO Help Be Your Guide
September 14, 2017
Collection development librarians in academic libraries today do more than just collection development, and searching for the right books can be time-consuming. What if there were easier ways to find books?
Collection Development, Simplified
September 13, 2017
Magazine archives play an important role in academic research, providing context around events, trends and public opinion at crucial points in time.
Webinar Replay: The Value of Magazine Archives in Academic Research
September 07, 2017
As part of our Celebrate Libraries campaign, school library media specialist Virginia Bigler of San Antonio shares how a love of reading shaped her life.
One School Librarian’s “Personal Love Affair with Books”
September 06, 2017
See how Kelly Fullerton, a Cataloging Bibliographer Team Lead at GOBI, helps academic libraries get books to their users faster.
Meet GOBI Cataloging Bibliographer Kelly Fullerton
August 31, 2017
Makerspaces can support special education students and those with learning differences. Learn how to design your makerspace to meet the needs of all students.
Makerspaces: Hands-on Learning for Students of All Abilities
August 30, 2017
Learn about one customer’s journey with Stacks, and how the platform can transform the library website into a modern, easy-to-use tool.
Transforming the Library Website: One Customer’s Journey
August 29, 2017
E-book collection development tools can help academic libraries acquire research materials that support coursework and allow students to succeed.
Collection Development Tools. Here’s a Recipe for Academic Success
August 28, 2017
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