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Journal Article: “Balancing Multiple Roles of Repositories: Developing a Comprehensive Repository at Carnegie Mellon University”

Research Article: “Whose Research is it Anyway? Academic Social Networks Versus Institutional Repositories”

Interactive Tools: Google Earth Timelapse Updated with More Data, and Now Available on Mobile

UC Berkeley Library Launches “Library Data Initiatives Plan” to Boost Data Science Expertise, Services

Perspectives on the Open Access Discovery Landscape

California: Brief/Analysis: Governor’s Local Library Proposals (Zip Books & Lunch at the Library) Address Salient Issues But Need Improvement

Earnings and Employment Data for University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and University of Wisconsin-Madison Now Available From U.S. Census, Data Visualization Tool Available

New Video: Task Force on the Future of University of Texas Libraries – Library Spaces Open Meeting

New Data: Prisoners in 2017 and Jail Inmates in 2017 (U.S.)

Research Article: “Whose Research is it Anyway? Academic Social Networks Versus Institutional Repositories”

“The Clockwork Condition”: Lost Sequel to A Clockwork Orange Discovered in Anthony Burgess Archive

Roundup (April 25, 2019)

New Bestsellers, Apr. 25, 2019 | Book Pulse


E-Originals, April 26, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

African History, April 2019 | Academic Best Sellers


Nonfiction, April 26, 2019 | Xpress Reviews


Graphic Novels, April 26, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

Nevada State Library Enters New Phase of Virtual Reality Project


Fiction, April 26, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

Defeating Bullies and Trolls in the Library Conference Examines Harassment, Doxxing


New Report/Data: “Artists and Other Cultural Workers: A Statistical Portrait”

University of Virginia: Alderman Library to Close in May 2020 and Reopen by Spring of 2023

EDUCAUSE Releases 2019 Horizon Report: Higher Education Edition

New Resources: Congressional Budget Office Releases an Interactive Tool for Analyzing the Effects of Certain Social Security Policies

LSU Libraries and Student Government Partner to Implement Textbook Lending Program

Universities in Ethiopia and Serbia Adopt Open Access and Open Science Policies

UMass Amherst: Mass Aggie Seed Library Opens at the Science and Engineering Library

Roundup (April 24, 2019)

Literary News Makers, Apr. 24, 2019 | Book Pulse

Conference Paper: “Institution as Social Media Collector: Lessons Learned from the Library of Congress”

Results From OpenGLAM Principles Survey

Reference: U.S. Census Releases 2018 Voting and Registration Data, New Data Show Voter Turnout From Midterm Elections

New Resource: OCR4all (Open Source Text Recognition Software for Historical Texts)

Norway and Elsevier Agree on Pilot National Licence for Research Access and Publishing

Roundup (April 23, 2019)

Prince Leads Forthcoming Book News, Apr. 23, 2019 | Book Pulse

University of Würzburg Announces Open Source Text Recognition for Historical Texts | infoDOCKET

New Research Resource: OceanReports Tool Brings Ocean Data to Your Fingertips

Library of Congress Introduces “General News on the Internet Web Archive”

New Digital Collection: Library of Congress Introduces “General News on the Internet” Web Archive

Web Archiving: China’s National Library to Archive 200 Billion Weibo Posts in Project to Preserve Country’s Digital Heritage

Research Paper: “#Cyberbullying in the Digital Age: People’s Perspective and Information Sharing Behavior on Twitter” (Preprint)

More Common Questions About NARA’s Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative (FERMI)

Roundup (April 22, 2019)

Run Your Week: Big Books, Sure Bets, & Titles Making News, Apr. 22, 2019 | Book Pulse

From Atkins to Thompson: Mystery Previews, Nov. 2019, Pt. 1 | Prepub Alert

Albom, Bair, Cahalan, Eskens, Jean-Pierre, Morgenstern, Sattouf: Prepub Alert, Nov. 2019, Pt. 1 | Prepub Alert

Columbia Student Physically Restrained by Security in Barnard Library

Humanoids Newest Graphic Novel about Coping with Bipolar Disorder, Just in Time For Mental Health Awareness Month

87-Year-old Detroit Library Reopens After Brush with Disaster

Report: Alberta Librarians Saving Online Scientific Reports, Policy Documents Before Government Change

Research Article: “The Impact of the Open-Access Status on Journal Indices: A Review of Medical Journals”

The Folger Shakespeare Library’s British Book Illustrations (BBI) Database Adds Iconclass Metadata For Images

Public Libraries: Winnipeg Academics’ Open Letter Urges Change to Millennium Library Security

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Art Exhibitions: The Whitney Museum of American Art Launches Online Resource Exploring History of The Whitney Biennial

Page To Screen, Apr. 19, 2019 | Book Pulse

3D Modeling: CyArk’s Open Heritage Project Celebrates First Anniversary, Releases New Data, and Launches Open Heritage 3D Portal

Report: Digitization of World War Era Posters at the National Museum of American History

Spain: Barcelona School Removes 200 Sexist Children’s Books

Research Tools: State of New Hampshire Releases New Database of Historic Property Records Online (Fee-Based Resource)

Research Article: A Dataset of Publication Records For Nobel Laureates

Video: Conference Keynote: “Checking in on AI Tools”

Digital Privacy: Facebook Says it “Unintentionally Uploaded” Email Contacts of Up to 1.5 Million Users

Reporters Without Borders Releases 2019 World Press Freedom Index

Open Knowledge: Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Releases White Paper on the Use of Wikidata in Scholarly Communication, Special Collections

Journals: University of Virginia Library Launches “No Big Deal”

New U.S. Census Bureau Population Estimates Released Today, Texas Counties Take Four of the Top Ten Spots in Numeric Growth

University of Massachusetts Preserves Local Southeast Asian Immigrant Stories

Asian History, April 2019 | Academic Best Sellers


Nonfiction, April 19, 2019 | Xpress Reviews


Graphic Novels, April 19, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

Leadership Crucibles Build Experience for Crisis Management | Leading From the Library


E-Originals, April 19, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

New Bestsellers, Apr. 18, 2019 | Book Pulse


Fiction, April 19, 2019 | Xpress Reviews

Recasting, Research, and Rock & Roll | ACRL 2019


MIT Program in Digital Humanities Launches with $1.3 Million Mellon Foundation Grant

New Arizona St. University (ASU) Library Peer Mentorship Program Aims to Help Students Discover All Their Available Research Resources

Europe: Standards: A Step Forward Towards Standard Identifiers to Simplify Audiovisual Content Exchange

Report: Vanderbilt Police Investigating After Anti-Semitic Graffiti, Swastika Found Inside University Library

Library Resources/Portals: Georgia: 2018 GALILEO User Survey Report

New Data From AAP: Publisher Revenue Increased by 7.2% in February 2019; Ebooks Down 3.5%; Downloaded Audio Up 36.5%

“Tragedy of Notre Dame Underlines the Need to Focus on Prevention and Preservation” (Statement from the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

New Report/Data: “Indicators Of School Crime And Safety: 2018”

Awards for Comics, Speculative Fiction, & Western-Set Books, Apr. 17, 2019 | Book Pulse

LJ's Day of Dialog

American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Publishes Inaugural State of the Profession Report

Interview: Historian Robert Caro on the Importance of Analog Research in a Digital Age

Making Research Contributions More Transparent: Report Of a Force Workshop

USC Shoah Foundation Launches New IWalk App

Huge Appetite For Data Trusts, According to New Open Data Institute (ODI) Research

Qatar National Library Marks First Anniversary

The Illuminated Dante Project Will Digitize the Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy

Roundup (April 16)

Pulitzer Prizes, Apr. 16, 2019 | Book Pulse

2019 Pulitzer Prizes Announced

Report: Notre Dame is Burning. A Digital Archive Could Hold the Key to Restoring It

Penn State University: Library Assesses Student Needs Amid Changing Landscape

Journal Article: “Mapping the Efficiency Of International Scientific Collaboration Between Cities Worldwide”


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