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  • Barahona Center

  • The Barahona Center at California State University San Marcos is an academic center that promotes literacy in English and Spanish. The Center endeavors to inform current and future educational decision-makers about books centered around Latino people and culture and about books in Spanish and their value in education of English-speaking and Spanish-speaking children and adolescents.

  • Edit Science, Inc.

  • Edit Science is an online professional editing and proofreading service used by universities, scientific institutes and medical institutions around the world.

  • Gold Seal Seafoods Wild Salmon Spotlight

  • Wild salmon biology and life-cycle, wild salmon conservation and enhancement, salmon canning history, wild salmon harvesting methods, wild salmon nutritional information.

  • AIT Library

  • AIT Library is the central library of Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. The Library collection consists of books, periodicals, technical reports, proceedings, AIT publications, electronic resources, online resources, and other additional materials covering the subject of Science, Engineering, Technology and Management. With Library catalog, the users can search for resources contained in the database. Detailed information about the Library and standard services are also provided.

  • QMX Laboratories

  • Specialist Chemicals & Products for Chemistry. Reference Standards, Stable Isotopes and products for Chromatography and Spectroscopy.

  • T&T Virtual Library

  • The T&T Virtual Library features an online collection of rare books and manuscripts from some of the world's most prominent possessors of literary treasures. Educational institutions, professionals and the general public will be able to turn the pages in original rare books and manuscripts. By presenting digitised works onscreen, libraries can make material that is too fragile or valuable available to a larger public, while the originals are safely preserved in their archives. To access the collection the user needs to download a Library Reader, which is free.

  • UKOLN Public Library Networking Focus

  • Contributes to strategic, policy-making, awareness raising and development activities in the area of public library networking and lifelong learning. Previous projects, resources for public librarians, current initiatives, publications and presentations, hosted resources, links to related materials, and contact information.

  • University of Amsterdam Science Cluster

  • Index of science libraries arranged by subject; pages include hours, staff information, and descriptions of the various collections.

  • Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research

  • Information about policies, collections, and membership, with indexes to major collections archiving Los Angeles history and culture.

  • LibraryCog

  • Library systems and stuff from Art Rhyno, U. of Windsor Systems Librarian.

  • Growing a Diverse Workforce in the Library and Information Science Professions

  • Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name which looks at the issues involved in recruiting a diversity rich library profession.

  • Library and Information Update

  • Monthly magazine of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. Includes selected articles from past issues.

  • Surpass Software

  • Offers library automation products and services that can be used either as a fully-integrated automation package, or as individual components to enhance and expand current automation products.  Most products are available for a free 30 or 60 day trial.

  • The Librarians' Career Manifesto

  • A guide to print and Internet resources to assist present or future librarians in the job search and professional development.

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