Greetings History, Art, and Culture digitization fans! This month we have the rare privilege of highlighting a dramatic turn in the history of early aviation though primary source material from the library at the National Air and Space Museum. Continue reading
In recent weeks Wi-Fi access points were installed at the National Air and Space Museum Library, Dibner Library and Botany Library. This brings the total number of libraries with wireless access to: 13!
An increasing number of researchers are visiting with and using laptops and they can now access Libraries' online resources in many of the branches via wireless access.
This aligns with the Libraries' Strategic Plan: Goal 1, Strategy 1.1: Libraries connects users to people, information, and programs.—Richard Naples