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荷花香 — 唐招提寺賞荷記 He hua xiang: Tangzhaotisi shang he ji (Lotus Fragrance: Viewing Lotus Flowers in Toshodaiji Monastery, Nara city, Japan)Download
This essay, in Chinese, introduces the Buddhist monastery Toshodaiji in Nara city, Japan, a UN world heritage. Toshodaiji monastery was established in the mid-8th century by Monk Jianzhen (Monk Ganjin) who was invited to come to Japan from China. The main theme, however, is on the lotus flowers...
What to do When Everyone Wants You to Collaborate: Managing the Demand for Library Support in Systematic Review SearchingDownload
The demand for systematic review support in academic health sciences libraries is increasing. To manage the demand, the John W. Scott Health Sciences Library at the University of Alberta has created an action plan consisting of eight strategies. The results of implementing these strategies have...
Tracing the history of naming of saved searches, this commentary proposes the use of two terms: filters and hedges.
The rise of academic library involvement in research data management has presented numerous challenges for academic libraries. While libraries and archives have always had collection development policies that defined what they would or would not collect, policies for selecting research data for...
Within our field, and more widely, there is a way of thinking that equates effective teaching with effective entertaining. This way of thinking can be referred to as a “discourse of edutainment.” It underpins some of the publications and conversations that encourage librarians to make their...