Information and Library Science
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Page 2 The Vice Provost for University Libraries reflects on the changes we have seen as an institution and how the financial support of our friends has enabled us to invest in learning.
Page 3 Research in the Archives & Special Collections uncovers the story of political activist Vivien Kellems.
Page 4 Fall Library Forum takes on the classroom versus online learning debate.
Page 5 In a guest column, the department head for UConn’s Journalism Department highlights the risks journalists are taking in Mexico.
Page 6 A visual look at a full fall semester of activities.
Page 7 The Dodd Research Center celebrates the Mimeograph Revolution. Two new staff members have joined the Libraries. An adaptation of the children’s book Brindlebeast is on stage.
Nelson, Jean C., "Volume 16, Number 4: November/December 2010" (2010). UConn Libraries Newsletter. Paper 45.