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University of California and Elsevier Announce “Breakthrough” Open Access Agreement

Information: A Historical Companion

A fascinating multidisciplinary essay collection that will appeal to information history junkies as well as history, journalism, and library science students.
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2021 Night Sky Almanac: A Month-by-Month Guide to North America’s Skies from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada

Intermediate astronomers and beginners eager to learn more will find this volume highly useful as they watch the skies throughout the year.

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Criminal Justice in America: The Encyclopedia of Crime, Law Enforcement, Courts, and Corrections

This is a solid, browsable reference work that will appeal to the public and law enforcement as well as undergraduates focusing on criminology, sociology, psychology, or law.

Imperial China

It is more important than ever that China’s history be widely known, and this irresistible volume will help readers recognize its many cultural legacies.
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Music Around the World: A Global Encyclopedia

A successful dive into global music culture in an easy-to-digest format for beginner researchers.

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

Disaster Preparedness, Modern Library Design, Project Management | Professional Media, March 2019

Essential Techniques for Life Science Research

Working To Give Libraries More Actionable Information | Peer to Peer Review

Signs of Trouble Ahead for Small College Librarians | From the Bell Tower

ProQuest Launches ProQuest One Academic

MIT’s Grand Challenges Issues Final Report

What Library Leaders Can’t Fake | Leading from the Library

Assigning Seats: Learning the Math Behind Congressional Seating

Is Urban Agriculture the Future of Farming at Home and Around the Globe?

Informetrics Journal Quits Elsevier, Relaunches as Open Access

Annotation Evangelist Heather Staines Reveals Hidden Treasures Online

The Value of Indexing for Accelerating Research

Meet the Candidates: 2019 ACRL Election

Remembering Carlton Rochell

Student Success: Academic Librarianship’s New Holy Grail | From the Bell Tower

Portraits of Cuba | History Reviews

Pets, Winter 2018 | Best Sellers

Archival Futures, Digital Assistants, Information Literacy, Short-Term Employment Opportunities | Professional Reading Reviews

EBSCO's MLA International Bibliography with Full Text | Reference eReviews

Promoting Faculty Research Can Be Challenging. Here Is One University’s Answer.

World Maps, the Global Economy, Exploring the American Revolution | Reference Reviews

Making Research More Discoverable

Princeton’s Brazil LAB Leads Relief Efforts for Brazil’s National Museum | infoDOCKET

Library Leaders Need Feedback Too | Leading From the Library

Peter Potter on Funding OA Monographs

New Prospects

VHS Preservation Project Announces Founding Members

The Future of Academic Publishing Lies in Supporting Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Administrative Bloat: What We Know and Where Libraries Fit | From the Bell Tower

UBC Library Partners with French Department on Revolution Pamphlet Collection

Leaders Must Read, Think, and Evaluate Before Sharing | Leading from the Library

Academic Libraries Data | Year in Architecture 2018

Branching Out, November 2018

Controlled Digital Lending Concept Gains Ground

MIT Press, Media Lab Launch Knowledge Futures Group

Six Ways a Discovery Platform Ensures Success with the Google Generation

Helping Students Be Happier: Where the Library Fits In | From the Bell Tower

ProQuest Debuts Rialto, Enhancing Selection and Acquisition for Alma Libraries

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What Makes Up a Master’s | Placements & Salaries 2018

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Moving Ahead: The Job Search | Placements & Salaries 2018

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Workplace vs. Skill Sets | Placements & Salaries 2018

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Salaries Rise Slightly | Placements & Salaries 2018

Organizing for Inclusion in Scholarly Publishing | Peer to Peer Review

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Foundations and Futures | Placements & Salaries 2018

PLEs @ ALA | Office Hours

Get Your Pitch Just Right | Leading from the Library

Adam Matthew Launches Quartex Digital Library Platform

A Look Inside Barnard’s New Milstein Center

First Things First

Branching Out, October 2018

Overcome the Fear of Being Challenged | From the Bell Tower

Ithaka Report Offers Equity Best Practices

Remote Information Literacy | Field Reports

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Accessibility on Campus

University of Rhode Island Opens AI Lab in Library

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The End of Fines?

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Teaming Up for College Readiness

Attorney Sues for Access to Tanton Papers in Closed Archive

Gale Launches Digital Scholar Lab

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MOU: A Tie that Binds

How libraries can start and support academic-led journals to further the open access movement

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Augmented Reality Exhibit at NCSU | Field Reports

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UC Berkeley Law Library Implements TIND ILS

Virginia Tech First R1 Library to Adopt Koha ILS

Asian History, August 2018 | Best Sellers

Digital Humanities Project Visualizes the Impact of Family Separations

Embracing Social Justice as a Library Leader | Leading From the Library

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Library School Students Master Original Research

Get It Right: Responding to Social Media Complaints | From the Bell Tower

How Do You Want to Be Remembered as a Leader? | Leading from the Library

Faculty, Student, and Librarian Collaboration Kiwi Style | Peer to Peer Review

Higher Ed Must Innovate Its Way Out of the Student Debt Crisis | From the Bell Tower

How About a Little Kindness for Library Leaders? | Leading From the Library

Higher Education Promotes the Student Experience | From the Bell Tower

Alt-Right Activist Disturbs Law Library, Banned From UVA

Inclusive Restroom Design | Library Design

Reaching Net Zero | Library Design

Sports As a Model for Library Leadership Learning | Leading from the Library

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Death By 1,000 Cuts | Periodicals Price Survey 2018

MIT Media Lab Collaborates with Public Librarians

First Year Experience Conference at CWRU Focuses on Service, Student Retention

What’s Next for Design Thinking in Librarianship | From the Bell Tower

Wanda Brown Wins ALA Presidency

MIT Libraries Tackles Grand Challenges | Peer to Peer Review

Library Leaders Need Productive Distraction | Leading From the Library

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VR Meets the Real World | Technology in Focus

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