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HABRI Central Update - January 22, 2013

We’re greeting the new year with a new newsletter, new log in options, and lots of new content!

The first issue of the HABRI Central Newsletter, a monthly e-mail newsletter, has shipped to users who have signed up to receive it. The newsletter contains information on the latest resources added to HABRI Central, interviews with people working with the bond, and information about updates and other news. If you’re interested in keeping up to date on new developments in the field, click here to sign up.

We’ve also added new log in options for users with Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google accounts. Once you associate your HABRI Central account with one of these other services, you’ll be able to log into HABRI Central with just one click. Never again will you need to worry about forgetting your password (but, if you do, we’ll still help you out with a recovery e-mail).

Finally, we’ve added tons of new items to the library. The addition of these new resources means that your searches through our library will be more likely turn up the material you’re looking for than ever before. On top of that, we’ve published our first of several HABRI Central Reviews. These reviews are designed to have a more interdisciplinary approach by inviting the perspectives of users from all corners of the HAB world. All users are invited to participate by leaving their comments underneath the main entry. The first text covered is Dr. Stephen R. Kellert’s Birthright: People and Nature in the Modern World. More reviews should be coming in the near future. Check back often for more information about how to participate.

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