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TOTMTomb of the Mask (gaming)
TOTMTopic of the Month
TOTMTrioctyl Trimellitate
TOTMTime of the Month
TOTMTears of the Moon (body piercing jewelry)
TOTMTomb of the Mutilated (band Cannibal Corpse album and message board)
TOTMTailored Operational Training Meal
TOTMTop of the Mountain
TOTMTutorial of the Month (online gaming)
TOTMThink of the Money
TOTMTransportation Operations and Traffic Management
TOTMtop o' the mornin'
TOTMTerrors of Terror Mountain (gaming)
TOTMTrike of the Month
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Whether it's California, Spain, Pinot Noir or Oregon, there are several focused articles in their newsletter and online, and topic of the month wines also go on sale.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this issue, Helene Blowers, director of digital strategy and IT at The Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML), describes her library's interactive web redesign that lets patrons take control of their library experiences.
WOTV members blog and tweet about anything of their liking plus about a topic of the month, which starting November, will mirror the theme of the THAT Magazine.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, we hear from Sandra Stewart, IDEAS (innovation, digital and electronic resources and staff training and development) manager for the San Jose Public Library.
That is what the online community Women on the Verge will do in August, as they explore the topic of the month: Who's in your animal kingdom?
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Marilyn Caporizzo, information specialist at EMD Millipore, talks about the tools that have been the most valuable in her experience as a corporate librarian.
Embracing this philosophy, members of an online community will either complain or celebrate their lives through their blogs, tweets and vlogs as they explore the topic of the month: Life's a Beach.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Edward Mandity, information and instructional technology librarian at Marian University's Hackelmeier Memorial Library in Indianapolis, talks about tools that college and university libraries can use to supplement and enrich their patrons' projects.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Joanna Aegard, head of virtual services at Thunder Bay Public Library in Ontario, Canada, talks about online resources that libraries can use to get valuable feedback from their patrons, going beyond the forgotten cardboard suggestion box at the edge of the counter.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Gwen Gregory, associate director for Access & Organization, and Ramsey Donnell, reference librarian, both from Chicago's Louis L.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where I librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Veronica Reynolds, adult services librarian at the New City Library in New City, N.Y., discusses the impact cloud computing has on the future of libraries.
Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature in which librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Adam Northam, digital collections librarian at Texas A&M University-Commerce's James G.