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Not Real News: An Associated Press Roundup of Untrue Stories Shared Widely on Social Media This Week

Research Article (Preprint): “Explaining Relationships Among Research Papers”

Idaho Senate Rejects Bill on ‘Harmful’ Library Material. Is Bill ‘Worse Than this’ Next?; U.S. Announces Project to Protect Ukrainian State Archives; & More Headlines

TX: “Spring Branch ISD Has Been Embroiled in Book Banning Debates For Years. Now They’re Firing Librarians”; SC: “Graphic Novel About King Tut is Latest Book to Be Challenged in SC School District” & More Headlines

AI News Roundup: “Search Engines Post-ChatGPT: How Generative Artificial Intelligence Could Make Search Less Reliable”; “U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Announces $70 Million Contract for AI Patent Search Tool; & More Headlines

AI Roundup: “Search Engines Post-ChatGPT: How Generative Artificial Intelligence Could Make Search Less Reliable”; “U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Announces $70 Million Contract for AI Patent Search Tool; & More Headlines

Libraries Support Data-Driven Decision Making: Report From OCLC Research Library Partnership (RLP) & LIBER (Association of European Research Libraries) Facilitated Discussion

CBC Report: “Book-Ban Attempts are Rising in Canada. But So Are The Number of Librarians and Authors Willing to Fight Them”

San Francisco Wants to Offer Free Drug Recovery Books at its Public Libraries; Investigation Into Full Extent of Ransomware Attack on Toronto Public Library Still Underway; & More Headlines

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Before launching infoDOCKET, Gary Price was a founder and senior editor at ResourceShelf.
This site is updated as often as possible during the week and at least once a day on the weekends. Gary is a native of Chicago and has an MLIS degree from Wayne State University in Detroit.

You can contact Gary at: gprice@gmail.com
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