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What a strange world... By Nebraska LaScola
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Pics of Nebraska!
AIGA NE Show 09 Winners By AIGA Nebraska
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This is the winners book for the 18th annual AIGA Nebraska Show. See who won and what they won for, then read what the judges really said about your work! Proceeds of the purchase of this book go to... More > AIGA Nebraska to help them continue to bring more great events to your chapter.< Less
Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium By University of Nebraska
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University of Nebraska Information Technology Services (NU ITS) and University of Nebraska Online (NU Online) present an education and technology symposium each spring. The Innovation in Pedagogy and... More > Technology Symposium provides University of Nebraska (NU) faculty and staff the opportunity to learn from nationally recognized experts, share their experiences and learn from the initiatives of colleagues from across the system. Technology has forever changed the landscape of higher education and continues to do so—often at a rapid pace. At the University of Nebraska, we strive to embrace technology to enhance both teaching and learning, to provide key support systems and meet institutional goals.< Less
Nebraska Intellectual Freedom Manual By Nebraska Library Association
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As defined by the American Library Association (ALA), intellectual freedom is “the right of every individual to both seek and receive information from all points of view without restriction. It... More > provides for free access to all expressions of ideas through which any and all sides of a question, cause, or movement may be explored.” Intellectual freedom is a tenet that makes the library profession unique, in serving the minority as well as the majority—in collections that reflect the unpopular as well as the popular—and in protecting the utmost privacy of library users. Intellectual freedom cannot be limited or extended by personal beliefs and preferences. Intellectual freedom is a foundational principle that encourages tolerance and diversity. Intellectual freedom is a challenging area of discussion which lends itself to increasingly complicated concerns. These issues often involve law and court decisions, so they can be affected by changing decisions and ongoing appeals and suits.< Less
Nebraska in the Fall By Hanah Schmall
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A diverse sample of photographer Hanah Schmall's photos. The photography captures beautiful images of scenic western Nebraska near Bayard, Nebraska.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
--Early Nebraska By Norman Walker
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Development of North America by European Powers Acquisition of land by the United States Methods used for dividing land parcel for individual ownership Early Farming methods used
The Birds of Nebraska By Paul Johnsgard
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This annotated list of the birds of Nebraska has been updated to conform with the most recent (2017) major revision of the American Ornithologists’ Society’s Checklist of North American... More > Birds (Chesser et al., 2017) and modified to conform to the most recent “Official List of the Birds of Nebraska” by the Nebraska Ornithologists’ Union—461 species as of 2017. I have classified 368 species of Nebraska birds as ranging in relative frequency of occurrence as “abundant” to “rare.” There are also 61 species considered to be of “accidental” occurrence, having been reliably reported in Nebraska no more than five times, 20 that are considered “extremely rare” or “very rare,” if reported from six to 25 times. There are also three extinct, four extirpated, and five unsuccessfully introduced species. Thirteen hypothetical species of dubious origin or identification are mentioned parenthetically. The text includes more than 123,000 words, nearly 200 references, and 19 pages of drawings and maps.< Less

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