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Academic Movers Q&A: Susan Ivey, Making Research Accessible

Data Storytelling for Libraries | Peer to Peer Review

#NoTechforICE Campaign Protests Data Vendor Contracts with ICE

Library of Congress Trains Machine Learning Tool with Crowdsourcing

Ithaka Big Data Report Enlists Librarian Cohorts, Provides Professional Development

ACRL and PLA Launch Benchmark, a Library Data Analysis Tool

Counting on Equity | Editorial

Public Libraries and Open Government Data: Partnerships for Progress

Gale Analytics Demographic Data Platform Launches Interactive Dashboards

Civic Data Partnerships

RDMLA Offers Free Online Research Data Management Course


Work Settings and Skills | Placements & Salaries 2019


Job Search Strategies | Placements & Salaries 2019


Survey Methods | Placements & Salaries 2019


How Pay Shakes Out | Placements & Salaries 2019

California Grand Jury: Data Analytics Threaten Patron Privacy

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

How AI Can Enhance the Value of Research Libraries

Data-Driven Strategies Improve Public Service

NARA Responds to Controversial ICE Records Destruction Request

IMLS Public Library Survey: Program Attendance, Collection Size, Digital Materials Up; Visits, Circ Down

Digital Humanities Project Visualizes the Impact of Family Separations


The GPO’s Year of Change | Notable Government Documents 2017


Finding the Sweet Spot | Best Magazines 2017

Research at Risk? | Notable Government Documents 2016

Vanessa Irvin Preaches the Art of Storytelling to Future Librarians

Closing the Gap in Librarian, Faculty Views of Academic Libraries| Research

Librarians React to Pew Study on Willingness to Disagree on Social Media

Pew Report Finds Millennials Are Readers, Library Users

EBSCO Discovery Service Integrates with Infotrieve Mobile Library

Save the Time of the Faculty | From the Bell Tower

Gale Releases Analytics On Demand, a Demographic GIS for Libraries

Pew/Gates Foundations’ Library Studies Close with Look at User Engagement

SLJ’s Average Book Prices 2014

EBSCO Rolls Out New Research Starters Feature for EDS

The State of Readers’ Advisory

Federal Spending Bill Expands Research Funding With Open Access Mandate, Restores IMLS Funding

Reading a Novel Changes the Brain, Study Shows

Purdue Librarians Work to Update Agricultural Data Sharing Techniques

Tech Doesn’t Change Research Habits, but MOOCs May Yet Change Teaching | The Digital Shift 2013

Fit for the Library: Clemson Students Study on Stationary Bikes

Shutdown Rundown: How the Federal Shutdown Impacts Researchers So Far

Pew Study: Teens Still Love Print Media, ‘Traditional’ Library Services

IMLS Says Libraries Key to Early Learning

SLJ’s Average Book Prices 2013

Studying the Studies | From the Bell Tower

SLJ’s 2013 Job Satisfaction Survey | What’s Not to Love?

Pew: Parents Love the Library

Holding Us Back | Office Hours

Overdrive Debuts New Datasets

Sequester Will Force Tech Investment Cutbacks at GPO, IMLS

As University of Pittsburgh Wraps Up Altmetrics Pilot, Plum Analytics Announces Launch of Plum X

Pew: Community Reading Habits Mirror Demographic Trends

Mendeley Releases Open-Standards Citation Style Editor

Scientists Seek New Credibility Outside of Established Journals

Open-Source Redistricting: MIT Libraries-Supported Software Takes On Gerrymandering

Visualization Wall the Centerpiece of Brown Digital Scholarship Lab

Pew: Younger Americans Reading More

Q&A: Gale EVP Frank Menchaca on Digitization and Ed2Go College Courses

Wiley Extends Open Access Option to 81% of Journals

EBSCO Announces New Partnerships, Collections

Pew: Patrons Still Don’t Know Libraries Have Ebooks | ALA Annual 2012

Thomson Reuters Names 2011 Hottest Science Research

Academic Librarian Salaries Fall; Tech Spending Grows

Co-Sponsors Sign On to Federal Research Public Access Act

Libraries Are Colleges' Most Effective Tech Investment, Surveys Find

Pew: Philadelphia Free Library Should Get Back to Basics

Users Don’t Know What Libraries Are Talking About, Studies Find

Most Students Don’t Use Social Media to Study


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