Week 49:Nurses At A Library,IFLA Bibliography Of Library Value,10GB Files Going Out From Gmail,New Economy Web Guide, New FDLIP Website

Let's see what week 49 has to offer after Thanksgiving

Nurses in the Library ( New Stephen's Lighthouse)
Hiring a nurse to provide health care services doesn't seem so extreme to me.

IFLA International bibliography of bibliographies of library value and impact studies( New Stephen's Lighthouse )
In these difficult times,any source that explains to stakeholders the library value should be welcomed.

Columbia University Libraries presents: NYPL Labs – Hacking the Library…11.26.12(The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)
Very interesting video for anyone who wants to take a glimpse at NYPL's Labs, the experimental unit at New York Public Library responsible for creating "interactive experiences around research library collections and data".

Now You Can Send 10GB Files Right From Gmail( ReadWriteWeb)
Kudos to Google team, who is coming up with new button allowing customers to use Google Drive and attach files as big as 10GB over email.

New Economy Web Guide 2013 Under Obama(LLRX)
Another economy guide worth bookmarkig from from Internet guru Marcus P. Zillman's.

Roundup: MEDLINE Data Changes — 2013(INFOdocket)
This post should be of interest to medical librarians who use MEDLINE database on a daily basis and have to keep up with the latest changes, including MeSH Vocabulary Updated for 2013 and New MeSH Headings

Gov Docs: New (Beta) of Federal Depository Library Program Web Site Now Live(INFOdocket)
Some of the new features of the new features of the new official Federal Depository Library Program website include: streamlined, intuitive navigation system, library dashboard provides one-stop access to library-specific information (expanded resources will be added), enhanced search capabilities, including the ability to search the Federal Digital System (FDsys) and the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP), responsive design for mobile devices.

How Google Plans to Find the UnGoogleable(Library Link of the Day)
Interesting article on where Google wants to bring it's up-to date mobile search.

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