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Winter 2009, Issue Number 114

Welcome to our Winter 2009 issue of MIDLINE. We have some great things in store for you, so fix yourself a nice warm cup of cocoa, turn on some music and relax. In this issue, you'll learn more about what makes Logan Ludwig, Associate Dean, Loyola University Health Sciences Library, tick. You'll also garner some ideas from your colleagues' Midwest MLA 2008 poster presentations. Could you use a Nintendo Wii to bring more students into your library? Would partnering with your local public library increase usage of your state's Go Local site? Do your users truly understand the differences among the terms database, e-books and e-journals? You may be able to answer these questions by reading this issue.

Cheers,
Jason


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