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Secret Struggles of Introverts in Remote Work Environments

Contrary to popular belief, introverts face significant challenges in remote work setups. Here, we address these challenges, providing solutions for employers, managers, and introverted employees. Read more Vault’s Top-Ranked Accounting Firms for Women Celebrate Women’s History Month In seven short…

Learn with Infobase

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Winning the Vote: 1900–1920 In the opening years of the 20th century, the campaign to win voting rights for women seemed to have run out of steam, but within ten years, it had gained new energy.…

Infobase: Open Acces + Live Webinar

FEATURED LIVE WEBINAR—WEDNESDAY! Slam into Poetry Month with Contest Ideas from Infobase March 24, 2021 | 11AM ET April is National Poetry Month, in case you hadn’t heard Why not do something creative to celebrate the spoken word? A poetry…

Taylor & Francis Insights

Making your submission: a guide Want a smooth and quick submission for your paper? We’ve got everything you need to know – from preparation to systems and data sharing – in our guide to submitting your research. Speed up yor…

How the pandemic could change architecture

COMIC: Covid-19 has inspired a rethink of how we design and use our built environments READ MORE The essential fly Think before you swat: The much-maligned fly could be the key to ensuring future supplies of many of the world’s…

Catching Up with Credo – March 2021

WHAT’S NEW The Credo Blog Last month, Raymond Pun presented his takeaways from 2021’s ALA Virtual Midwinter and interviewed Ann Matsushima Chiu, Social Sciences Librarian at Reed College in Portland, OR, on using zines in library instruction and programming. Also,…

Save a seat: Public Attitudes Toward Science

Join Knowable Magazine and Annual Reviews for a conversation about how understanding and trust in science have changed in the past year, science’s evolving role in society and how group identities shape people’s views. Covid-19 has thrust science into the…