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Updating the Academic Library Code of Conduct for Modern Times | From the Bell Tower

You Might Be an Intimidating Library Leader | Leading from the Library

With a Little Twist | Office Hours

Embargoes Aren’t the Answer | Editorial

Becoming a Change-Ready Academic Library Leader | Leading from the Library

Social Cohesion Means Survival | Sustainability

50 Years of Activism

Vital Havens | Editorial

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Academic Librarians’ C-Word Problem | From the Bell Tower

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Relearning from the World’s Greatest Leaders | Leading from the Library

Up for the Count? | Editorial

Academic Librarians’ Extra Credit Conundrum | From the Bell Tower

The Why | Editorial

Good Leaders Slow Down for Better Decisions | Leading from the Library

Declare Funding Independence | BackTalk

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“Peak Library”: Approaching or Avoidable? | From the Bell Tower

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The World Spins | Office Hours

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The Influencers | Editorial

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

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Supporting Home Workers | Blatant Berry

Questioning the Frictionless Library Experience | From the Bell Tower

In It Together | Editorial

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Leaders Keep Learning | Leading from the Library

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How Many Librarians Do Mega-Universities Need? | From the Bell Tower

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At the Core | Editorial

Leaders Who Notice Make a Difference | Leading From the Library

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

Inspired and Tenacious | Editorial

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

Strength from Our Work | Blatant Berry

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

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Strategic Superpower: Lessons from Salt Lake’s New “Roadmap”

Library Leaders Need Feedback Too | Leading From the Library

New Prospects

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

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

Strength in Numbers: Four Ways To Help Save the World | Editorial

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

Organizing for Inclusion in Scholarly Publishing | Peer to Peer Review

PLEs @ ALA | Office Hours

Get Your Pitch Just Right | Leading from the Library

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The Tweet Heard 'Round the Library: A Chat with Author Heather Havrilesky

Temporary yet Timeless: The Delight and Power of Pop-up Spaces | Editorial

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Overcome the Fear of Being Challenged | From the Bell Tower

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Our Impossible Duty | Blatant Berry

The Invitation: A Call To Reconceive What “Public” Means | Editorial

Making the Best of Time Spent in Meetings | Leading from the Library

Paying Attention to Transfer Students: An Overlooked Opportunity | From the Bell Tower

Libraries: A Public Good

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Display Ban Fails Core Mission | Editorial

Two Tier Higher Ed, What Millennials Want, and Library Workers Professionals Too | Reader Feedback

Right or Wrong, Media Impressions Matter in Higher Education | From the Bell Tower

Librarian Superpowers Activate! | Office Hours

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Introducing Our New Web Platforms: The Next Digital Era

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

Linguistic Diversity in Libraries | BackTalk

Herrera & Co. On a Mission: A Legacy of Compassionate Creativity | Editorial

Mockingbirds, Nabokovs, Body Horror, Dual-Self Gods | What We’re Reading

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Fear Not | Genre Spotlight: Horror

Busting Out with Books | What We’re Reading

Top Historical Fiction | Day of Dialog 2018

Sophisticated Reads | Day of Dialog 2018

Giving You Chills | Day of Dialog 2018

Editors' Mystery Picks: Top Titles from Top Publishers | Day of Dialog 2018

Editors' Mystery Picks List: Top Titles from Top Publishers | Day of Dialog 2018

Read To Lead | 17 Books You Need

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Literacy-Rich: Keeping an Eye On the Why, Together | Editorial

Librarians Shout 'n Share Their Show Picks | BookExpo 2018

LJ Talks to the Editors of Gallery 13 | Eye on Publishing

Missing the Mark: Time To Refocus Our Advocacy Approach | Editorial

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Reversing the Slide in Voter Support | BackTalk

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LJ Talks to First Novelist Aja Gabel | LibraryReads Author Spotlight

Is Change Finally Here?: It Began Slowly, but It Is Quickly Taking Over | Blatant Berry

Obsessions & Other Stories | What We’re Reading & Watching

Sustainability, Squared: Great Buildings Are Just the Start | Editorial

Poems, Prose, Makeup, & More | What We’re Reading & Watching

A Coming-of-Age Summer | SELF-esteem

This Library World: Inspired by Greater Global Perspective | Editorial

Feedback: Letters to LJ, February 1, 2018 Issue

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Crime Fiction's "Girl" Power | Mystery Genre Spotlight

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Madeline Miller's Circe: Perpetual Outsider, Powerful God | No. 1 LibraryReads Author

Sayers, Superstars, Shinigamis, Slayers, & More | What We’re Reading & Watching

Work in Progress: LJ Is Evolving; Here’s a Peek at What’s To Come | Editorial

Death Reels, Movie Deals, Inclusion Rider Appeals | What We’re Watching & Reading

Suspense Author on Her Latest Book | LJ Talks to Linda Howard

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The Heart of Transformation: Shaped By the Moment, Anchored in Mission | Editorial

Tayari Jones Portrays a Complex American Marriage | LibraryReads Author

Next-Level Engagement: Leading Communities on Resilience | Editorial

Titan Books/Marvel Comics To Publish Original Black Panther Prose Novel

Ghikas, What ALA Needs: The Perfect Model for the Search Committee | Blatant Berry

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Cooking with Team Voracious | What We’re Reading & Watching

Diversity Reigns | 2017 Nebula Awards Nominees Announced

A Winning Story: Big Successes, with an Eye To Winds of Change | Editorial

Love Between the Covers | SELF-esteem

In Pursuit of Lost History: How a Forgotten Doctor Inspired a Novel

A Librarian Must Lead ALA: Be Sure You Vote in March | Blatant Berry

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Cannabis Literacy | BackTalk

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Compass Reading: IMLS’s 2018–22 Strategic Plan Sets a New Tone | Editorial

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Q&A: K.B. Owen | SELE-e Circs: The Top Ten Titles in SELF-e Select

You Say You Want a Resolution | What We're Reading & Watching

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