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Big Game Got you Thinking?

In addition to being one of the most popular sporting events of the year, the Super Bowl is celebrated for its commercials. In case the game got you thinking about media and advertisements, or if you find yourself curious about … Continue reading

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Bursting at the Seams with Costume Resources

[Chicago Daily News ice carnival with woman wearing a patriotic costume and a man wearing a Middle Eastern costume]. Chicago Daily News, January 19, 1929. From American Memory, Library of Congress. Have you ever looked at an illustration of the … Continue reading

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Sustainability Themester | Big World, Big Library, Big Resources

Many people have seen An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore’s film on global warming, and societies around the world are recognizing that the planet’s future depends upon actions taken today. To help the IU Bloomington community understand these issues on a deeper level, the … Continue reading

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What’s Happening To Women’s Happiness?

Author Marcus Buckingham writes in a post about social indicators that indicate women are less happy. “Wherever researchers have been able to collect reliable data on happiness, the finding is always the same: greater educational, political, and employment opportunities have corresponded … Continue reading

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Beyond Google Scholar

There’s no doubt about it – you can find thousands of academic articles from searching Google Scholar, and perhaps you’ve never felt you needed to search any further. But wait – what if you can’t find what you need? Or … Continue reading

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