Top-Ten Articles Published in The Readex Report
By Benjamin L. Carp, Assistant Professor of History, Tufts University [Volume 4, Issue 4]Heart or Muscle? The Library in the Digital Age
By Edward Shephard, State University of New York, Binghamton [Volume 4, Issue 3]“Meet the Students”: Bringing Your Library’s Online Resources Into Your Students’ “Circle of Trust”
By Lynn D. Lampert, Chair, Reference & Instructional Services, California State University, Northridge [Volume 2, Issue 2]How Libraries Can Win in Today's Web 2.0 Environment
By Terry Reese, The Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services, Oregon State University [Volume 4, Issue 2]This Headache Is Killing Me: The Bromo-Seltzer Poisonings of 1898
By John Odell, Publisher, Digger Odell Publications [Volume 4, Issue 4]User-Centered Design for Digital Collections
By Michael Edmonds, Digital Librarian, Wisconsin Historical Society [Volume 4, Issue 1]Religion and the Rise of the Second Ku Klux Klan, 1915-1922
By Kelly J. Baker, Ph.D., University of New Mexico [Volume 4, Issue 3]An Undergraduate’s Reflections on Original American History Research: How Online Access to Historical Newspapers Helped Prepare an Award-Winning Tea Party Study
By David Brooks, Graduate, Taylor University [Volume 5, Issue 4]"Worlds Apart? The Relationship Between Teaching and Marketing and What It Means to Academic Librarians
By Jill S. Stover, Undergraduate Services Coordinator, Virginia Commonwealth University [Volume 2, Issue 3]Commodore Vanderbilt: Patriot or War Profiteer?
By T.J. Stiles, author of The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 2009 National Book Award Winner [Volume 5, Issue 1]To subscribe to forthcoming issues of this quarterly e-newsletter, please use this form. If you have any questions or comments, or if you would like to contribute an original article, please contact The Readex Report editor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you!