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What Old Love Letters Can Teach About Communication

We got to go into the archives today for my Photo/Text class and look at old diary entries. Fred Burwell the archivist is starting the Beloit Diary Project where he’s collecting people’s old diaries from around the Country. 267 mots de plus

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First Post!

Hello Pittsburgh!

This will be my professional blog regarding Library and Information Science (LIS), issues pertaining to it, and much more!

I have interests in archives, special collections, library advocacy, serving under-served users, Pittsburgh history, paleography, book binding, book collecting, book history, world history, digital humanities, the Classics, and linguistics. 66 mots de plus

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The Amelia Elizabeth White Gift

In honor of Women’s History Month, we like to try to tell the stories of women that might otherwise go unnoticed. Thousands of women have stepped foot on the Cranbrook campus, or have been involved with Cranbrook in some way. 472 mots de plus

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E-Workshop: Including Children & Youth in Your Work to End Extreme Poverty

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As part of Global Money Week 2015 join us for an E-Workshop to explore how child and youth inclusive approaches to financial inclusion are making a difference in ending poverty! 327 mots de plus

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It's time to vote!

The success of Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) is a tribute to the commitment, energy and leadership skills of our membership. On behalf of the EACE Board of Directors, the 2014-2015 Nominating Committee Chair is pleased to present the ballot for the 2015 EACE Executive Board elections. 181 mots de plus

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