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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Spring 2014, v. 64, no. 1
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
by Tom Malinowski
Tech Tools: Infographics: Free and Easy
by Ellie Dworak
Pound that Presentation: Connect with Twitter Users via Hashtags
by Memo Cordova
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
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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