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Author: Colleen Greene

Colleen Greene, MLIS, is the Marketing & Digital Literacy Librarian for the Pollak Library (formerly the Systems Librarian). She is also an instructor for the San Jose State University School of Information, and a professional genealogist / genealogy educator.

FREE Opportunities to Learn About Using Scalar for Digital Multimedia Scholarship

Posted in Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Business & IT, Faculty, General News, Health Sciences, Sciences, Social Sciences, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Tutoring, Tutorials & Tips

Scalar iScalar logos a free, open source authoring and publishing platform that’s designed to make it easy for authors to write long-form, born-digital scholarship online. Don’t miss these free upcoming fall semester webinars.

Pollak Library Must-Read Books For Summer 2014

Posted in Academic Communities, Borrowing, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Faculty & Staff, Library Services, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Visiting the Library

Looking for a good book to take your mind off of research, studies, or teaching this summer? Following are some favorites recommended by our own faculty and staff.

Library Student Assistant Profiles: What Are You Working On, Adrian Dacanay?

Posted in Faculty, General News, Library Faculty & Staff, Staff & Administrators, and Students

Ever wonder what the faculty and staff at the Pollak Library are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog column (borrowed from the National Archives) aims to highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on. This month we introduce Adrian Dacanay, our Library Systems lead student assistant.