19 students and their two instructors from the Catholic University’s Art and Museum Libraries Institute were treated to a tour of the Museum Support Center (MSC) and the National Museum of American Indian’s Cultural Resources Center (NMAI/CRC).
Douglas Litts has been appointed Supervisory Librarian of the AAPG Library. Doug has been serving as the acting Supervisory Librarian at AAPG for more than a year, and before that time was a Reference Librarian at the AAPG Library.
While the Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL) comprises 20 branch libraries, some branch collections naturally overlap when meeting the needs of their library users. That’s the situation with one of our art libraries, the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum Library located in New York City, and one of our science libraries, the Botany and Horticulture Library located in Washington D.C. It may surprise you to learn both collect books and journals on landscape design and history and the decorative arts.
The Libraries is witnessing exponential growth to its Twitter feed! Almost overnight, we went from a little over a thousand followers to 2,175 (check out the cool chart below). Twitter is a great way to keep in touch with the Libraries, and we do read and respond to your messages. Want to join in on the fun?
During the first week of June, I attended the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, (IASSIST) 2010 Conference—Social data and social networking: Connecting social science communities across more »
The Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions and politics, 1809-1815, 1810, Plate opp. p. 182, plate 15, Library reading chairs Yesterday's post, featuring lovely summery damsels was also from more »