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Broadening Broadband | Editorial

Bud Barton on Bringing Library of Congress IT Up to Date

New America Study Reveals Race, Wealth Disparities in Library Access During Pandemic

House, Senate Democrats Unveil $94 Billion Bill to Improve Internet Access

American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Includes Billions for IMLS, Higher Ed, E-Rate

ALA: Libraries Gain Record Increases for IMLS, E-Rate in Federal Relief Plan

FCC Adopts Report and Order to Implement $3.2 Billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

Tech Tools: Reopening and Beyond

Public Libraries and Open Government Data: Partnerships for Progress

UC San Diego Library Launches Art of Science Contest To Highlight Researchers’ Most Beautiful Images

Sno-Isle Offers CompTIA A+ Certification Program for IT Professionals

FCC Seeks Comment on Using E-Rate Funding to Support Remote Learning

Surveillance, Privacy, and the Troublesome Tech Landscape | ALA Midwinter 2021

Deepfakes and the Evolving Misinformation Ecosystem | ALA Midwinter 2021

User Friendly, a World With No Off Switch, the Inside Story of Instagram, and More in Engineering and Technology | Academic Best Sellers

Enslaved.org Uses Linked Open Data To Connect Enslavement Records

Project MUSE Analyzes Attack on Capitol, ValChoice Extends Free Offer for Libraries, Kanopy Survey on Pandemic Video Streaming Trends

How Libraries Are Essential Broadband Partners in Their Communities

Connecting the Last Mile: Libraries Find Innovative Solutions for Broadband Access

Carnegie Mellon Prototype Streamlines Digitized Photo Archives Processing

Allan Hancock College Partners with BibliU on Digital Course Reserves, TLC Migrates to Oracle Cloud, ProQuest Launches TDM Studio

Internet Archive’s Community Webs Program Receives $1.1 Million Mellon Foundation Award

Microsoft Finds Online Risks That Sow Hate and Division are Growing

Former OU Dean of Libraries Carl Grant Shifts Gears, Leads Revs Institute

Stop Relying on Gut Instincts. Start Making Data-Driven Decisions

Michigan State University Begins Transition to the FOLIO Library Services Platform

Internet Archive Digitizes Closed Marygrove College’s Library

Gaming Lives | Social Sciences Reviews

FBI and CISA: Foreign Actors Likely To Use Online Journals To Spread Disinformation on 2020 Elections

arXiv Labs Launches

Digital Preservation Community Survey Findings Published Today by Open Preservation Foundation (OPF)

Quipu's eCARD Platform keeps library open 24-7

Touch-Free Adapters for Library Self-Check Stations Launched by Cen-Tec

How Vendors Are Working with Academic Libraries in Their Pivot to Digital

Library Science Programs Move Largely Online for Fall

Publishers’ Lawsuit Against Internet Archive Continues Despite Early Closure of Emergency Library

The Linked Data Myth

Product Spotlight: Essential Tools To Keep Staff and Patrons Safe as Libraries Reopen

ValChoice Offers Free Insurance Education Tools for Libraries

Privacy, Digital Inclusion, and Remote Programming Are LITA’s Top Tech Trends | ALA Virtual 2020

State Libraries Launch Virtual Library Comic Convention, Geolocation-based Digital Collections with BiblioLabs

Gale Analytics Demographic Data Platform Launches Interactive Dashboards

How to Make the Most of Zoom for Every Kind of Event

Why research needs to be published in new and accessible formats

Online Literary Trivia Offers Fun and Funds | Program That Pop

Vital and Visible: Academic Librarians Lead On Distance Learning

Playaway Offers Direct Delivery of Library Materials to Patrons

Tech Lending and Truly Mobile Hotspots Extend Library’s Internet Access

Library App Providers Launch Curbside Pickup Schedulers

Addressing eContent Issues in Times of Crisis | Opinion

Boston Public Library Finds Ways to Safely Serve Homeless, Recovering Patrons Thru Pandemic

Stay-At-Home Stir Crazy? Library Crowdsourcing Projects Provide Productive Distraction at a Social Distance

Libraries Offer Virtual Meeting Rooms on Zoom

Libraries Connect Their Communities with WiFi, Even from Closed Branches

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No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram

More than a story of coding, ethics, and the public’s use of social media. Frier weaves a gripping narrative of the power of technology that all readers can appreciate.

Ebooks, Streaming Resources Grow as Libraries Close Branches

Macmillan Ends Library Ebook Embargo

Public Library Advocates Build the Case for #eBooksForAll | PLA 2020

Panorama Project To Provide Actionable Data on Importance of Libraries to Publishers

Gillibrand Proposes Federal Data Protection Agency

Public Library Ebook Partnerships Boost K-12 Reading

Privacy in Focus at Top Tech Trends Panel | ALA Midwinter 2020

Canterbury Tales App Features Middle English Audio, Work by Monty Python’s Terry Jones

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Facebook: The Inside Story

The value of this book lies in its putting together all the pieces of Facebook's privacy troubles, algorithms, and the Cambridge Analytica affair, elsewhere leaked, reported, or divulged in Congressional hearings.

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Uncanny Valley: A Memoir

Wiener is a talented writer, and her story will engage fellow millennials who have found themselves obsessively refreshing social media or mindlessly scrolling to pass the time. Insight into the history of Silicon Valley, and the ideologies transforming society, are a bonus that will ensure the book's longevity.

Cornell University Library Offers Suite of Privacy Services

Macmillan CEO Discusses Embargo, Alternate Licensing Models, in “AMA” | ALA Midwinter 2020

Civic Data Partnerships

KKR Acquires OverDrive

Ex Libris Acquires Innovative Interfaces

The User Experience | Securing Your Site

Better World Libraries, Internet Archive Partner, Acquires Better World Books

Best Science & Technology Books 2019

Libraries Respond to Macmillan Ebook Embargo with Boycotts, Advocacy

Open Source FOLIO LSP Nears Launch, as Lehigh U. Library Partners with Index Data

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User Friendly: How the Hidden Rules of Design Are Changing the Way We Live, Work, and Play

Kuang and Fabricant offer accessible and thought-provoking insights into the ways that user-friendly design has influenced our lives, along with a contextual history of technology not available in many other books.

SAM: One Robot, a Dozen Engineers, and the Race To Revolutionize the Way We Build

Fans of applied iterative trial and error, common to all innovation work, will appreciate this latest piece of popular science and technology.

Responding to Congress, ALA Denounces Amazon, Macmillan

ALA’s eBooksForAll Petition Exceeds 100,000 Signatures

Library Leaders Call for Better Communication with Publishers Over Ebooks at Baker & Taylor Summit

Multnomah Partners with Portland State U. to Publish Local Ebooks in Print

The Ethical Algorithm: The Science of Socially Aware Algorithm Design

A solid introduction to complex issues for general readers without a technical background. Practitioners or computer science students will need to look elsewhere for more technical advice.

LYRASIS Calls for Greater Collaboration on Accessible Digital Content

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Human Compatible: Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control

Russell has created the right guide at the right time for technology enthusiasts seeking to explore the primary concepts of what makes AI valuable while simultaneously examining the disconcerting aspects of AI misuse.

Guy LeCharles Gonzalez: Making Library Ebook Access Personal at the Panorama Project

California Grand Jury: Data Analytics Threaten Patron Privacy

Criticism of LinkedIn Learning’s Policies Grows

Macmillan Announces Two-Month Embargo on Library Ebooks

Publishers Change Ebook and Audiobook Models; Libraries Look for Answers

News from the Show Floor | ALA Annual 2019

Library Ideas to Launch AR/VR-enhanced Children’s Books

Ex Libris Buys Colorado State’s RapidILL Solution

Indiana University Libraries Hosts First AV Archival Summer School

Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code

Fascinating reading from start to finish. Benjamin’s work is ideal for anyone who is unafraid to look at the historical intersections of racial injustice, technology, and where these topics inform possible solutions for the future.

Making Academic Research More Efficient

Planning to be community catalysts

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The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America

In a field crowded with accounts of how the tech industry has developed, this work places the story of our techno-human transformation within a thoughtful Darwinian context. A necessary addition to both public and academic library collections, it will become a reference for how technology has influenced America.

Panorama Project Launches “Panorama Picks” Regional Lists of Popular Library Ebooks

Alterspace Transforms Libraries Into “Rooms of Requirement”

LJ Textbook Affordability Survey: Costs Still a Concern, OER an Opportunity

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