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'Fresh Air,' Fresh Forever: 30 Years as National Show, New Digital Archive

Danuta Nitecki, PhD, dean of Libraries, was quoted in a June 6  Philadelphia Inquirer story about the role Drexel's library scientists played in creating a digital archive of WHYY's "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross. Jordan McClain, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was also quoted

College Library Goes Beyond the Reading Room

Danuta Nitecki, dean of libraries and a professor in the College of Computing & Informatics, was quoted in a Sept. 23 University Business story about university libraries that provide tech, collaboration space and assistance with various digital resources. 

5 ways the shutdown has affected college students

Drexel University Libraries was referenced in an October 3 USA Today article for creating a list of federal sources of information that are closed or won’t be updated during the government shutdown.

Obamacare—A Game-Changer in the Making?

An article written by John Cannan, a research and instructional services librarian in the Earle Mack School of Law’s Legal Research Center, was cited in a Wall Street Journal article about Obamacare on October 3.

The Dynamic Process of Legislative History: The New Norm of Ad Hoc Legislating

John Cannan, a research and instructional services librarian in the Earle Mack School of Law Legal Research Center, was mentioned in a May 21 blog post on Stanford University’s Law Library Blog for an article he published in the latest issue of the American Association of Law Libraries’ Law Library Journal on how legislative procedure shapes legislative history.

Marijuana, in vending machines?

The laptop kiosk offered by Drexel University Libraries was mentioned in a SmartPlanet.com story on March 22 about a proposal to introduce medicinal marijuana vending machines for eligible patients in California.

Dispensing Computers

A new 24-hour kiosk at the W.W. Hagerty Library that dispenses MacBook computers for students to use was featured in an Inside Higher Ed story. Dean of Libraries Dr. Danuta Nitecki was quoted in the piece.

The Drexel laptop vending machine

A new 24 hour kiosk at the W.W. Hagerty Library that dispenses MacBook computers for students to borrow was featured in a WPVI-TV (6abc) story.

Library That Holds No Books

Drexel’s Library Learning Terrace was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article about a Texas county’s plan to open the nation's first entirely digital public libraries.

Drexel Boots Up Vending Machine For Laptops

A new 24-hour kiosk at the W.W. Hagerty Library that dispenses MacBook computers for students to borrow was featured in a KYW Newsradio (1060-AM) story. Dean of Libraries Danuta Nitecki was quoted.

San Antonio plans one of the nation's first bookless libraries

Drexel was mentioned in a Christian Science Monitor article about the nation’s first bookless libraries.

MacBook Computers Vended for Students to Borrow

A new 24-hour kiosk at the W.W. Hagerty Library that dispenses MacBook computers for students to borrow was featured on January 17-18 in France’s leading daily newspaper, Le Figaro, and Germany’s Spiegel Online.