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ST ViewScan II: A New Way to Use Microformats

It used to be that if you wanted to take advantage of all the microformats our department has to offer, you had to use two different machines and make sure you had the right lens. But with the new ST … Continue reading

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GovInfo Now Provides More Usable Bill Status Information

Together with the Library of Congress, the United States Government Publishing Office is now providing bill status information in XML format.  This can be found through the bulk data repository, located within GovInfo.  GovInfo, which is available to the public … Continue reading

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Map your travel photos in 5 easy steps!

I take photos of rainbow umbrellas when I travel. It started at a temple in Nepal, where I couldn’t resist snapping a photo of two women with a rainbow umbrella looking out at the Himalayas. Now I notice rainbow umbrellas everywhere, … Continue reading

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Drive Safely This Winter!

As the weather gets colder, it’s important to remain focused and safe when driving.  If you are traveling over the holidays, or planning a getaway at some point this winter, be sure to refer to the National Highway Traffic Safety … Continue reading

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ET2: Home of IU’s Student Employee of the Year!

Each Spring, the National Student Employment (NSEA) coordinates a Student Employee of the Year selection process to recognize the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who work while attending college.  Student employment offers students the ability to develop skills relevant … Continue reading

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Hoosier Hysteria—the local version of “March Madness”

We at ET2 are certainly not immune to the madness that happens in March, so let’s look at some basketball-related items. IU Libraries hold both some basketball-related resources you might expect & some pretty surprising ones! Indiana Collection and Microformats … Continue reading

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Solar System, Comets, and Asteroid Maps

With the success of the recent European Space Agency (ESA) mission to land on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, we’ve started thinking more about the solar system and our place in it. Let’s take a look at interstellar maps! Rosetta, Philae, and “Remarkable” … Continue reading

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D-Day June 6, 1944

Last night I watched WTIU’s broadcast of Exploring the relics on the sea floor near Normandy, France. It addressed the types of landing craft that was used on D-Day, Operation Overlord, during World War II.  A friend just mentioned D-day … Continue reading

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We’re Here for You – Wherever You Are

Taking an online class this summer? Working on a dissertation?  Just generally curious?  Well, you may not be on campus this summer, but you can still access a ton of useful online resources through the Libraries’ website.  You just need … Continue reading

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Do you know FRED and FRASER?

Many years ago, we received a request via telephone from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis for one of our old publication series from the U.S. Federal Reserve Board.  They indicated they were beginning a project to provide digital … Continue reading

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