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A.G. Schneiderman And Director Of NYS Archives Ruller Announce Attica Prison Uprising Website On 45Th Anniversary

“Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Thomas J. Ruller, Director of the New York State Archives today announced the creation of a new public website hosting a digital collection of documents relating to investigations and litigation arising from the 1971 Attica prison uprising and its aftermath. These records have previously been stored at the Office of the New York State Attorney General.” (via New York Attorney General)

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U.S. Census Bureau Unveils New Statistics in Schools Program: New Website Provides Data, Tools for K-12 Educators

“As many kids across the nation go back to school this month, we are excited to roll out a new U.S. Census Bureau program, “Statistics in Schools,” aimed at making a real and positive difference in American education.Statistics in Schools offers teachers and students a free toolbox brimming with comprehensive statistical information to enrich the K-12 academic experience.” (via Department of Commerce)

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Reimagined, redesigned, responsive: Taylor & Francis Online re-launches

“Launching today: Taylor & Francis Online , the home of over 2,400 online journals across Science, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, relaunches on August 9th with a brand new design, a clean, uncluttered interface and an improved user experience.The redesign is built on extensive feedback and analytics data, putting the needs of key users at the heart of every design decision. So whether you are looking to submit a paper, to find and read an article, check article metrics, or share something interesting you’ve found, it’s now easier and quicker than ever before to find what you need.” (via Cision)

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Chicago Public Library launches redesigned website

“The Chicago Public library launched a new website this morning, its first redesign since 2007 touting features that can be likened to “Pinterest meets Amazon.” The new site not only allows users to search the digital shelves more quickly. They can now read and post book reviews shared by users at 200 libraries around the world, and they can check their place in line for a reserved item, said Ruth Lednicer, spokeswoman for the Chicago Public Library. The library’s home page offers Pinterest-like “cards” showcasing book lists, upcoming events and blog posts by librarians that can be easily shared on social media, Lednicer said.” (via chicagotribune.com)

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Emerging Technologies Team website launch!

“SUL Emerging Technologies Team (ETT) has launched a new website! The purpose for the site is to provide a space for ETT to share information about emerging technologies currently in use or being evaluated for use in the libraries. This site will also be used to share information collected from assessments of different technologies such as the Tablet Survey, 3D Printing and others.”

via Stanford University Libraries

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