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September Reference Notes

The September issue of Reference Notes is now available.

In the spirit of the balmy temperatures we've enjoyed deep into October comes the September issue of Reference Notes. It may be a little late, but just like the temp outside, it's well above average. This issue answers the unanswerable, highlights resources to support students working on History Day projects, investigates a special feature of the Britannica databases, and reflects on banned books and intellectual freedom. See: above average, right?

TOC:

Answering the Unanswerable: Librarians to the Rescue
History Day Resources
EBSCO and European Americana Database
Britannica's Featured Spotlight Series: Hispanic Heritage Month
Search Minnesota Reflections Collections in WorldCat
Google Instant
RoboForm
Death to RSS Feed Readers - Long Live RSS Feeds!
Reference Renaissance 2010
How To Be Suspicious of Studies
UM Morris Banned Books Event Celebrates Freedom to Read
Metropolitan State University's Intellectual Freedom Panel Discussion

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