Author Archives: Elizabeth D,

Tech Tuesday – The Future of Phones, Part Two: Modular Phones

Two weeks ago we focused on the fact that we may be moving toward a future of fold-able phones. This week, rather than focus on the front of the phone (we talked a lot about flexible displays) we’re talking about … Continue reading

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Fall Semester 2014 – Welcome back, Mitchell Friends and Family!

As we round the bend into the new semester, we at the library are looking forward to welcoming back our old friends and welcoming in the new! Just this Friday we hosted several of the sessions for the final first year orientation of … Continue reading

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Tech Tuesday – The Future of Phones: Part One – Flexibile Phones

With all of the rumors circulating about the unveiling of the iPhone 6  on September 9, we at the library decided to do a little digging into where the future of phones might be going. While (thankfully) the phone industry has moved away … Continue reading

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Tech Tuesday – Apps for your Mental Health

While the month of May is over (and we’re sorry for the radio silence, really – we were a bit focused on orientation [WELCOME, Class of 2018!]) we’d like draw attention to the fact that  May is National Mental Health Awareness … Continue reading

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A New Display and a Fond Farewell

Here at Mitchell College, we’ve reached the end of our academic year. Saturday morning (May 17) we proudly graduated the class of 2014 and wished them a fond if melancholy farewell. We’re sorry to see them leave, but so very hopeful … Continue reading

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Tech Tuesday – Losing Net Neutrality

So you follow blogs, read the paper, watch or listen to the news. You’ve heard about the FCC ruling that broadband companies can now charge companies for faster service. All the techies seem to be really freaked out about this. What … Continue reading

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