News From Fondren: Volume 25, No. 2, Spring 2016
In this issue: Snatching Gems From the Ash Heap: Saving the KTRU Tapes -- Concert Celebrates Music of Difference -- Celebrating 50 Years of Black Undergraduate Life at Rice -- Library Contributes User Experience Assessment for Learning Management System -- Meet the Author Series: A Campus Collaboration -- Oversized Illustrations Reunited With Their Texts in the Institutional Repository -- ORCID: A Useful Tool to Resolve Authorship Confusion -- Fondren Library Renovates First-Floor Reading Room -- Improvements in Access Services -- New Leadership for Access Services -- New Collection Assessment and Engineering Librarian -- Preservation Assistant Retires -- Who Needs Superheroes? Our Extraordinary Volunteers -- Books That Shaped My World -- Fondren Librarians Take On SXSW -- The Man Behind the Music: Francis Poulenc
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