Library Journal Offers Temporary Free Access to All Digital Content During COVID-19 Crisis

To support the work of the library and publishing community as we navigate through the COVID-19 crisis, Library Journal is offering temporary free access to the digitized edition of LJ, as well as all the content on our website.

To support the work of the library and publishing community as we navigate through the COVID-19 crisis, Library Journal is offering temporary free access to the digitized edition of LJ, as well as aLJ Coversll the content on our website.

Our goal is to provide timely, accurate updates related to COVID-19 as it pertains to libraries and the communities you serve, as well as to better enable you to engage with the challenges ahead from wherever you are working by making sure you can access the news, reviews, and information Library Journal provides every day.

On the website, we have created a temporary full-access pass for all readers to all of our premium content, usually available only to premium subscribers.  

Please enter with the following credentials for full online access:

Login: access@libraryjournal.com

Password: LJfullaccess1 

We are also providing free access to the digitized editions of our entire  magazine archive, including the latest issue. To access,  go to the LJ homepage  and click on "Access Digitized Edition" in the upper left-hand corner, then enter your email address and name to get the current issue, as well as an archive of all LJ magazines.

For customer service, please contact  Kristy South  at ksouth@juniorlibraryguild.com.

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JAY R ZIPAGAN

Nice

Posted : Aug 30, 2020 04:09


Carol Higgins

news editor for Rochester Ma Historical so pleased with this..very helpful for our programs and historical ways and events and personage Folk

Posted : Jul 30, 2020 06:25


Sergio Villet

I would like to receive news from the Library Journal.

Thank You

Posted : Jul 28, 2020 07:16


Deborah Gaspar

This did not work for me. I tried several times with the access information provided.

Posted : Jul 08, 2020 05:47


Bonnie Lawhorn

This is appreciated!

Posted : Jul 08, 2020 01:35


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