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The Rise of Informal Logic announced as vol 2 in WSIA open access book series

Aug 19, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
CRRAR and the Leddy Library are pleased to announce Ralph Johnson's The Rise of Informal Logic as volume 2 in the Windsor Studies in Argumentation (WSIA) open access monograph series. The first volume in the series, What do we Know About the World?
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Geospatial data specialist Carina Xue Luo discusses food deserts with the Windsor Star

Aug 8, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
Carina Xue Luo, geospatial data specialist at the Academic Data Centre here at Leddy Library, had the opportunity discuss the issue of food deserts in Windsor with the Windsor Star. Her research indicates that "fewer tha
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Windsor Studies in Argumentation open access book is the unglueit book of the day!

Aug 5, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
Last fall the Leddy Library helped the philosophy department and CRRAR publish the first title in their open access monograph series, Windsor Studies in Argumentation (WSIA). That book, What do we Know about the World: Rhetorical and Argumentative Perspectives, is now featured as the unglueit creative commons book of the day! Have a look!
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The New Leddy Library Information Desk is now Open!

Jul 31, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
It's open and it's beautiful! After many months, the wait is over! On July 31st, the Leddy Library opened its brand new "one stop shop" for students, staff and faculty. The desk includes services from 3 areas (reference, circulation and IT assistance) conveniently located as you enter the building. Joey Zhou, an HK grad student, is the first to use our brand new circulation desk! Yay!!
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Canadian Tri-Agency Open Access Policy Feedback

Jun 17, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
The results of Canada's Tri-Agency open access policy consultation have been released and are available on their website. Given the impact this policy will have on University of Windsor researchers, I'd like to provide a few comments on the policy and consultation results from a Windsor perspective.
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Avoiding Hijacked Journals and Predatory Publishers

May 29, 2014
Posted By: Dave Johnston
Predatory publishers who attempt to take financial advantage of academics seeking a home for their research have been a growing concern in the scholarly publishing world.

Drama Online

Mar 31, 2014
Posted By: Tom Haennel

Romanticism: Life, Literature & Landscapes

Mar 27, 2014
Posted By: Tom Haennel

The First World War

Mar 14, 2014
Posted By: Tom Haennel
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