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Got news fatigue? Need a break from it all and maybe a distraction or two? Hey, me too! Therefore I present you with a handful of today's uplifting, not-election-related news stories from around the world. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.Orlando Sentinel, Published in Orlando, Florida, USA
Born October 7th, 1893 in Trinidad, British West Indies, Alice Dalgliesh came to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, to study kindergarten education; she went on to earn a Master in English Literature from Teachers College, Columbia University and taught for many years at the
Today in news around the world, music fans mourn Eddie Van Halen, hurricane season poses interruptions, and the presidential fight for the country continues on. Articles and news courtesy of Newseum.
In today’s headlines we are featuring some highlights of the election news. Today in-person voting begins in select states. The president has also been released from the hospital and the next election debate is tomorrow, featuring the vice-presidential candidates. As always, these front page articles are courtesy of Newseum.org
Today in headlines from around the US, the major topic is the health of President Trump who recently contracted coronavirus. The election and related news are key stories. In an environmental focus there is also news regarding continued coal mining in the Midwest, as well as federal protection for a crucial plant. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org
Early Friday morning, the news broke that President Trump tested positive for COVID-19. Now, experts and reporters—in the U.S. and abroad—are evaluating what impacts his health is going to have on Capitol Hill and the 2020 elections. Beyond politics, communities are also looking for new ways to enjoy the fall season as Halloween approaches, plus more back to school news. Stories were compiled from
“God is good,” said today’s headlines. “All the time,” we responded, rumbling the pews to a flourish on the organ. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are taken from the
This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for students in Jacqueline Simmons's Fall 2020 course C&T 5500, Master's Project - Ed.M. The resources, primarily electronic and accessible on and off campus, have been selected as ones applicable to the aims of the course, i.e., "to support students' learning throughout their matriculation in the Ed.M. program, and serve as a laborator...
Did you know that Nicholas Murray Butler, for whom Columbia University's main academic library (Butler) is named, is one of the founders, alongside Grace Hoadley Dodge, of Teachers College, Columbia University? Butler was a philosopher, student of education, and proponent for the special, profe...
Welcome to this end-of-summer report on Collection Assessment, an exciting Gottesman Libraries initiative to harness the power of data! This blog explores the research performed this summer by the library’s Acquisition and Materials team in two areas of library analytics: collection holdings and collection usage.