Spring 2014, v. 64, no. 1

Welcome to the Spring 2014 issue of The Idaho Librarian! Please enjoy the articles and feel free to comment or share using WP’s features.



Spring 2014, v. 64, no. 1

Featured Articles

UX, It’s Not a New State in the Union: User Experience Explained!
by Amy Vecchione and Deana Brown

Visual Literacy for Librarians: Learning Skills and Promoting Best Practices
by Kristin J Henrich

Peeling Books
by Tom Malinowski

Tech Talk

Tech Tools: Infographics: Free and Easy
by Ellie Dworak

Pound that Presentation: Connect with Twitter Users via Hashtags
by Memo Cordova

Field Work

Idaho Libraries Creating a Maker Culture
by Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL): Teresa Lipus, Public Information Specialist; Sue Walker, project coordinator; and Erica Compton, project coordinator


A Philosophy of Digital Librarianship
by Devin Becker


Courage to Find the Fire Within: Invest in Yourself to Discover Your Passion [Review]
reviewed by Saralyn Lyonnais

As Rugged as the Terrain: CCC “Boys,” Federal Convicts, and World War II Alien Internees Wrestle with a Mountain Wilderness [Review]
reviewed by Inez Hopkins

Harvest Heritage: Agricultural Origins and Heirloom Crops of the Pacific Northwest [Review]
reviewed by Nicole Silvester

Spoiled Milk: 37 OLD Expired Health Beliefs with a Fresh NEW Perspective [Review]
reviewed by Kathleen McVey

Godforsaken Idaho [Review]
reviewed by George Williams

A Million Steps [Review]
reviewed by Tina Roehr

Lands Never Trodden: The Franciscans and the California Missions [Review]
reviewed by Alex Kyrios

Pioneer Theatre in the Boise Basin: 1863-1899 [Review]
reviewed by Gwyn Hervochon


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