Electronic Eye Archives
Electronic Eye by Kathleen Meulen Ellison. Kathleen Meulen Ellison has been a teacher-librarian for over two decades both in New York City and in the Pacific Northwest. She currently works at Bainbridge High School on Bainbridge Island in Washington and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. She was the 2013 recipient of the New York Times/Carnegie Corporation’s “I Love My Librarian” award. Electronic Eye gives in-depth reviews of online databases and other resources for school and public libraries and reports on trends in the world of information.
(In e-voya only as of August 2005.)
December 2016: Making Sense of History: Historical Databases for Research and Study015
August 2016: Subscription Video Streaming Services
April 2016: ImagineEasy Scholar
August 2015: EBSCO EXPLORA
August 2014: Find Time for Code!
April 2014: Poets Online
August 2012: Catalist Digital
April 2012: QUESTIA and QUESTIA SCHOOL
April 2011: ProQuest Migration
December 2010: Electronic Audio: Looking for Success
December 2009: Web 2.0, Social Networking, and the YouTube Generation
April 2009: Video Editing Software
December 2008: Tools for Researchers: EasyBib and Chunk It
August 2008: Replacing the Textbooks
April 2008: Redesigns and Release 2.0s
December 2007: All Things Historical
August 2007: Video Revolution
December 2006: Keeping Up with Current Issues
August 2006: News Archives—A Much-Needed Historical Perspective
December 2005: Age Appeal in Interfaces: What Will Users Choose?
August 2005: It’s Not About the iPod