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This course teaches how to judge a book by its cover...

Lynda Kachurek, University of Richmond Unusual Courses is an occasional series from The Conversation U.S....

Being a librarian isn’t just about books – it’s about helping...

Michelle H. Martin, University of Washington Michelle Martin is the Beverly Cleary Professor for Children and Youth Services in...

Digital sound archives can bring extinct birds (briefly) back to life

Hannah Hunter, Queen's University, Ontario When people think of extinct animals, they may picture taxidermy, skeletons, 19th-century illustrations or...

How to design a public play space where kids practice reading...

Brenna Hassinger-Das, Pace University ; Jennifer M. Zosh, Penn State, and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Temple University A park bench can...

Why do I need anything other than Google to answer a...

Cody Behles, University of Memphis Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages....

America’s archaeology data keeps disappearing — even though the law says...

Keith Kintigh, Arizona State University Archaeology – the name conjures up images of someone carefully sifting the sands for traces of the past and then...

Academic journal publishing is headed for a day of reckoning

Patrick Burns, Colorado State University Imagine a researcher working under deadline on a funding proposal for a new project. This is the day she’s dedicated...

I’m a librarian in Puerto Rico, and this is my Hurricane...

Evelyn Milagros Rodriguez, University of Puerto Rico - Humacao I’ve always been fascinated by storms, particularly Puerto Rico’s own history of them. I think it’s...

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