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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


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


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


Gale Expects Few Changes to Library Business Following Cengage, McGraw-Hill Merger

Engaging Conversations | Field Reports

Huntsville-Madison Maker Space Creates Parts for International Space Station Project


Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again

This important, accessible introduction to the promise and limitations of AI as it has thus far developed clearly presents the “state of the field” garnered from extensive research. Readers interested in technology’s role in the transformation of medicine will find this an insightful read

Internet Archive Expands Partnerships for Open Libraries Project

Resources to Encourage Reading with The Library 100 List

Nevada State Library Enters New Phase of Virtual Reality Project

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

How AI Can Enhance the Value of Research Libraries

DRM-Free e-Books Are Now Available. Here’s Why That’s a Big Deal

A Diversity of Source Types Creates New Challenges for Researchers

Toledo Lucas County Installs News Literacy Browser Extension


Questioning the Frictionless Library Experience | From the Bell Tower

Mind the gap: Bridging the divide between discovery and delivery
by Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ph.D.

Labs in the Library

Broward County Library Pilots AR/VR Headset Program with MERGE

Gale's Digital Scholar Lab & The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant Digital Edition | Reference eReviews, April 2019

Center for an Urban Future Examines Libraries’ Place in Tech Skills-Building

From Sustainable Fashion to Aging Populations: How Global Challenges are Transforming Research

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

Linked data for libraries—from disillusionment to productivity
by Andrew K. Pace

Best Databases of 2018

Grand Prairie Launches Vending Library in Epic Rec Center

Best Free Reference Websites and Apps

News from the Show Floor | ALA Midwinter 2019

Open Agenda, Privacy, and Digital Identity Lead Top Tech Trends | ALA Midwinter 2019

Newspapers, Now and Then | Reference eReviews, February 2019

ProQuest Launches ProQuest One Academic

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

Launching a Course Resources Service: Three Keys to Success

Keach Library Hosts Online Privacy Exhibit

The Value of Indexing for Accelerating Research

Making Research More Discoverable

VHS Preservation Project Announces Founding Members

ITU: More Than Half the World Is Now Using the Internet | infoDOCKET

Library Promo Boosts Sales for Debut Memoir

Library of Congress Launches Crowdsourcing Platform

You Too!—Assistive Technology | Field Reports

Controlled Digital Lending Concept Gains Ground


MIT Press, Media Lab Launch Knowledge Futures Group

Data-Driven Strategies Improve Public Service

Six Ways a Discovery Platform Ensures Success with the Google Generation

ProQuest Debuts Rialto, Enhancing Selection and Acquisition for Alma Libraries

Kent District Library Develops Online Test for Job Applicants


Adam Matthew Launches Quartex Digital Library Platform

“Libraries as Launchpads” Helps NM Entrepreneurs

Librarians React to New Penguin Random House Ebook Terms


Express eBooks Program Proves Popular for Ottawa


Remote Information Literacy | Field Reports

Amnesty International To Create Human Rights Archive


Accessibility on Campus

University of Rhode Island Opens AI Lab in Library

Insta Novels an Instant Social Media Hit for NYPL

Gale Launches Digital Scholar Lab


Beyond the Stars | Science & Technology Reviews

Tor, OverDrive Comment on Library Ebook Embargo


Augmented Reality Exhibit at NCSU | Field Reports

Ban Extended for 3-D Printed Gun Plans


UC Berkeley Law Library Implements TIND ILS

NYPL Introduces "Insta Novels," Full-Text Illustrated Classics on Instagram

NYU Marron Institute Database Provides City-Level Figures on Murder Rates

Virginia Tech First R1 Library to Adopt Koha ILS


I, Robot? Technology and Health Today | Collection Development, August 2018

Digital Humanities Project Visualizes the Impact of Family Separations

Quantum Computing, Lack of Corporate Transparency Lead Top Tech Trends | ALA Annual 2018

Who Is the Average Canadian Ebook Reader? | INFOdocket

NYC Libraries Offer Free Digital Culture Pass | INFOdocket

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

State Library of Ohio Launches Custom Infographic Tool


Northeastern University Library Launches Boston Research Center


Librarians Everywhere | Careers


Library Freedom Institute Kicks Off Train-the-Trainers Privacy Course


Materials on Hand | Materials Handling

Bibliotheca Offers Unstaffed Hours Solution

Accessibility Awareness | The User Experience

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

Certified Sustainable | Library Design


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