We're in the MLA Style Manual!

The new (3rd) edition of the MLA Style Manual is now available. We’re really happy to see that they’ve simplified the citation of Web-based content (in particular removing the distinction between different “types” of databases…

A few improvements…

As we are every summer, we’re hard at work on some exciting new projects and NoodleBib features for next Fall (look for upcoming announcements on this blog). Meanwhile, we continue to listen to your suggestions…

Two helpful changes

Two minor (but potentially very helpful) changes to report: For students who are registering a new personal folder under a school/district subscription, Personal IDs are no longer required to be unique to the entire NoodleTools…

MASL Conference

Debbie will be giving the keynote at this year’s Maryland Assoc. of School Librarians Conference, held on October 18th and 19th in Ocean City, MD. http://www.mdedmedia.org/MASLConferenceFlyer2007Color.pdf Debbie will also be presenting in a conference session:…

What's new?

Many of you have had an opportunity to try out the new site, and we’ve gotten a lot of great positive feedback. Really the only complaint so far is that users are sometimes having trouble…

Blogs in EBSCO databases

An interesting development at EBSCO — is this what librarians expect when they guide students to use these databases? Does this change your perception of “authority” when it comes to subscription databases? Researchers demanding the…

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