Butler has gone Google! Google Apps are now available to all members of the Butler community. Google Apps will revolutionize the way we collaborate at Butler!
To get started, go to http://docs.google.com and log in with your full Butler email address and your Butler password.
If you prefer to get more information and/or training first, visit
or visit our new LibGuide: http://libguides.butler.edu/google
The next time someone says the Internet killed reading books, show them this chart:
More people are reading books now than ever!
The Butler Community now has access to The Chronicle from almost anywhere!
Anyone who has, or creates, a free Chronicle account using their Butler University email address now has 3 NEW WAYS to access Chronicle content.
- From your iPad — Download The Chronicle’s iPad editions at no cost to the individual. You can download either or both sections of The Chronicle.
- From your smart phone or tablet using the device’s Web browser. The new mobile interface makes The Chronicle easy to read when one is on the go.
- From any computer, from any location in the world — Direct access to Chronicle.com from any remote location without having to go through a proxy server. This should be very appealing to those who read Academe Today or any of our other e-newsletters from locations off campus.
To take advantage of your domain access, all that is required is for an authorized user to have a free Chronicle account using their university email address. A Chronicle account can be created by going to Chronicle.com and clicking on the “create” link at top, right hand side of Web page.
The Information Commons program is now accepting applications for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Visit http://www.butler.edu/information-commons/employment/ for job description and instructions on how to apply.
The Indiana Library Federation (ILF) is providing assistance to the Henryville school library system which was devastated by the tornado on March 2, 2012. For the whole story and to contribute to the fund, visit: