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Unite Against Book Bans Launches Book Résumés for Challenged Titles

Georgia Weighs Loss of LIS Accreditation in Potential Break with ALA

Alabama’s Break with ALA Signals Broader Attack on Library Independence

Library of Congress and StoryCorps Partner on COVID-19 Oral History Archive

Libraries and Loneliness | Editorial

Artificial Intelligence Discussions Take Prominent Role at LibLearnX 2024

Rural Library Collaborative and State Libraries Launch AI Project

Academic Movers Q&A: Willa Liburd Tavernier on Exploring and Expanding Open Access

Toronto Public Library Recovers from Ransomware Attack

King County Library System Launches Memory Labs Project

Next Gen AI: Libraries Work with ChatGPT and Other Emerging AI Tools

Inspired by Community | Editorial

Re-ignite Reading | Editorial

LJ Talks to ALA Interim Executive Director Leslie Burger

Fired Director in Saline County, AR, to Run for Local Legislative Seat

An Invitation, a Love Song, a How-to Manual: Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries | Peer to Peer Review

At UCLA, Political Cartoon Collection Gift Includes Provisions for Maintenance, Instruction

ALA Survey: People Under 40 Prefer Print Books; Visit Libraries for Browsing, Programs, and Socializing

Subscribe to Open Grows with Project MUSE, Clarivate Partners with EveryLibrary, and More | News in Brief, October 2023

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

Internet Archive Plans to File Opening Brief in December in Fight Against Ongoing Lawsuit

Subcommittee Hearing Focuses on School Library Content

DPLA’s Banned Book Club Provides Access Where It’s Needed Most

Utah State Study Reveals Need for Teacher-Librarian Collaboration on Information Literacy Instruction | Backtalk

ALA Executive Director Tracie D. Hall To Step Down

No Time to Waste | Editorial

Could KKR's Ownership of OverDrive Raise Questions About Simon & Schuster Purchase?

NYPL Launches New Anti-Censorship Campaign

Digital Humanities Teaches Students Critical Analysis Skills

Book Banning Debate Moves to U.S. Senate

LJ Talks to ALA President Emily Drabinski

ALA’s Preliminary 2023 Book Challenge Data Shows 20 Percent Increase in Attempts on Unique Titles

Call a Doctor: COVID-Generated Library Telehealth Programs Continue to Grow

OverDrive to Launch New Hub, Other Features | Digipalooza 2023

Joy in the Work | Editorial

Texas Book Rating Law Halted by Judge

Amidst Federal Lawsuit, Texas “Book Rating” Law Set to Take Effect this Week

Advocating for the Right to Read | Digipalooza 2023

New Mississippi Law Blocks Online Access for Minors in Public Schools and Libraries

Inside the Anti-Ownership Ebook Economy | Peer To Peer Review

Libraries Defying the Odds: Breathitt County Receives LJ/Gale Award, Charleston County Takes Honorable Mention

Central Arkansas Library System Sues State Over Law that Could Jail Librarians

News We Will Use | Editorial

Huntington Beach Agrees to Postpone Library Materials Screening Proposal, Restores FY23–24 Budget

Vendor News Roundup June–July 2023

Emily Drabinski Steps Into ALA Presidency | ALA Annual 2023

Academic Movers Q&A: Emma Molls, Championing Open Access Publishing in the Library

AI, ChatGPT Are Focus at Top Tech Trends Panel | ALA Annual 2023

Small Strategies: Wearing Many Hats in Small Academic Libraries

Safety Net: LJ Summit Looks at Library Safety and Security Issues

Standing Up To the State | Editorial

Data Storytelling for Libraries | Peer to Peer Review

Building the Digital Transgender Archive | Archives Deep Dive

Georgia Public Library Service Distributes 7,000 Chromebooks, 2,800 Launchpad Tablets

Building a Shared Vision of Inclusive Future in a Smalltown Library

Watch and Learn: Educational Video Resources In Demand

Academic Movers Q&A: Dr. Shannon Jones on Wellness and Documenting Black Library Leaders

Pride as Activism | Editorial

Students Occupy UC–Berkeley Anthropology Library to Protest Its Closure

Building Capacity for Library Participation in Open Civic Data Work with the Civic Data Education Series| Research Briefs

Call for Vote To Dissolve Meridian Library District Is Denied

Ukrainian Libraries in Wartime

Academic Movers Q&A: Robin Davis on Sensory Maps and Accessibility Improvements

People Get Ready: Preparing for Challenges | Censorship

Standing Up to Hate and Misinformation | Censorship

HB 2789 Ties Illinois Library Funding to Anticensorship

Beyond Book Bans | Censorship

One Last Chance | Sustainability

Resistance Support | Editorial

Llano County Patrons’ Anti-Censorship Lawsuit Seeks to Put Books Back on the Shelf—UPDATE

Rebuilding and Rewriting: Notable Government Documents 2021–22

Missouri Budget Defunding Could Cause Rural Libraries To Shorten Hours, Shutter

Lafayette Public Library Board President Headed to Court over Free Speech Concerns

Judge Rules Against Internet Archive in Open Library Project Suit

New Academic Librarian Survey Offers Perspectives on AI in Higher Ed

Academic Movers Q&A: Stacy Collins on Structural—and Personal—Change

Connecticut Bill Offers State Grants to “Sanctuary Libraries”

Vermont State College and University Libraries Propose Going All-Digital

Space to Connect | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Callan Bignoli on Speaking Up for Library Workers

Colorado Libraries Contend with a String of Meth Contaminations

Mapping Transtopia | Trans + Script

Louisiana Attorney General Creates Online “Tip Line” To Challenge Library Books

In Praise of Iteration | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Elizabeth Szkirpan, Advocating for Library Technical Services Workers

Pottawatomie Wabaunsee Regional Library Lease Renewed Despite City Commission’s Censorship Threat

DPLA to Expand Collaboration with Wikimedia Following Sloan Foundation Grant

Representing the Real World: Diversity in Publishing Imprints

Reginald Dwayne Betts on Politics, Poetry, and the MacArthur Fellowship

Clarkson Receives Grant for “Reckoning with Race and Racism in Healthcare and Medicine” Project

Proposed Missouri Rule Creates Wedge Between Libraries, Secretary of State

Unbanning Books: LJ’s 2023 Librarians of the Year

The Work Lasts | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Virginia Cononie, Tireless Advocate for Libraries of All Kinds

FY23 Federal Budget Boosts Funding for Libraries

The Advocacy of Grief | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Barbara Alvarez on Using Information Science to Track Reproductive Health Care Availability

After Court Decision, What’s Next for S&S Acquisition?

Hiveclass Rolls Out Youth Sports Training Digital Platform for Libraries

Places of Refuge | Editorial

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