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2014 Cool@Hoole Year in Review

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By: Amy Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow

2014 was the first calendar year I edited Cool@Hoole! Take a moment to revisit my favorite post from each month this year if you haven’t been following us for very long or if you’d like to refresh your memory of some of our greatest hits. Don’t forget to follow our Facebook and Twitter feeds to see our hashtag posts Monday through Friday of every week — including over winter break when students and Hooligans alike are at home on holiday. Take care and we’ll see you back on January 5 for our first post of the New Year.

Editor’s Picks for 2014

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January: Bobby Allison of the Alabama Gang: Through Triumph and Tragedy,” by Allyson Holliday

February: Interview with Stephen Rowe, author of From a Love of History,” by Christa Vogelius [three part series]

March: Remembering Joyce Lamont,” by the Division of Special Collections [three part series]

April: New Possibilities for Special Collections in Digital Scholarship,” by Emma Wilson and Christa Vogelius

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May: Hoole Book Arts goes on the road,” by Amy Chen

June: CSS Alabama,” by Kevin Ray [three part series]

July: Interview with Mary Haney, Special Collections graduate assistant,” by Mary Haney

August: Glimpses of the Great War: Abroad and at Home,” by Martha Bace [three part series]

September: Interview with Isabela Morales,” by Isabela Morales [three part series]

October: Kevin Ray promoted to Institutional Analyst” and “April Burnett becomes a Certified Archivist,” by Donnelly Walton

November: Pedagogy Series 3: American Folklore,” by Stacy Morgan and students Emily Tarvin, Samm Banks, and Laci Thompson [four part series]

December: Pedagogy Series 4: English 103’s Artifacts from Ancestry,” by Lauren Cardon, Amy Chen, and student Annemarie Lisko [five part series]

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