Author Archives: Jodie Borgerding

Dear Marian: Presentations and Attribution

Dear Marian, I have to do a presentation for class and want to create a PowerPoint. Everything I hear says that a good PowerPoint is not just text, so I want to incorporate lots of photos and quotes. Since this … Continue reading

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Helpful Webinars for Faculty and Students

This fall, in addition to webinars for students new to Webster or new to research, the library will offer some more advanced content for those who are starting more in-depth research papers or projects. For those just starting research, an … Continue reading

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Celebrate Your Freedom to Read at the Banned Books Readout

Join us on The Quad, September 23rd from 10 -11:20 am as we celebrate our freedom to read with a Banned Books Readout. Listen to students, faculty, and staff share controversial passages from their favorite banned or challenged books, or … Continue reading

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Tell us what you think about our website!

The library is currently evaluating the content and design of our current website (http://library.webster.edu), and we’d like your input to help us make improvements. Please complete this brief survey, http://bit.ly/1fn8cDP, by November 4th. The survey should take about 10 minutes … Continue reading

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Discovery Education 9.11 Rise, Reconnect, and Remember

This year marks the tenth anniversary of September 11th, 2001.  Education is key to understanding and Discovery Education is offering exclusive September 11th educational content and offerings. Visit DiscoveryEducation.com/911 for more details.

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Zombie Survival Guide

Preparing for Humans vs. Zombies next week? Check out the library’s Zombie Survival Guide at http://libguides.webster.edu/zombies.

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When Religion Meets New Media

When Religion Meets New Media by Heidi Campbell looks at the relationship between religion and new media technologies. Issues examined in this book include Christian e-vangelism movement, Muslims and computers, and the Jewish kosher cell phone. Also included is an … Continue reading

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Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing

Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing by Dan Burkholder is a how-to guide for photographers who want to create digital negatives for various printing processes. Even though the book was published in 1999 and uses Adobe Photoshop 5 for examples, … Continue reading

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When Religion Meets New Media

When Religion Meets New Media by Heidi Campbell looks at the relationship between religion and new media technologies. Issues examined in this book include Christian e-vangelism movement, Muslims and computers, and the Jewish kosher cell phone. Also included is an … Continue reading

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Webster University & Eden Theological Seminary Close Deal

Here is the official press release regarding the closure of Luhr Library at Eden Theological Seminary and the transfer of their collection to Webster University Library: http://www.webster.edu/news/releases/edenseminarypartnership_101113.shtml

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