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VOLUME 33 • NUMBER 4 • May 2016
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

Gale’s Not Just in Reference Anymore, Toto
A variety of new collections and a strong international push lead the way for the new Gale.
by Donovan Griffin

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Sci-Hub, Elsevier, Piracy, and the Future of Scholarly PublishingClick for FREE full-text article.
by Marydee Ojala

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Inside the Knight News Challenge
by Brandi Scardilli
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Editor’s Note
Getting Noticed
Click for FREE full-text article.

by Donovan Griffin
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Internet Waves
It Cuts Both Ways
by Shirley Duglin Kennedy
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Legal Issues
The End of the All-American Internet?Click for FREE full-text article.
by George H. Pike
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Organizing the Ocean
by Barbara Quint
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NewsBytes Page 3


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International Report
An Accessibility Directive and Upgraded Indian Libraries
by John Charlton
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Razor's Edge
Small Is Beautiful
by Brendan Howley

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Database Review
Cop Watch Databases
by Mick O’Leary

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Product News Page 22
Papers and ReadCube: Reference Managers Join Forces
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figshare: Giving Credit Where It’s Due
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Open Access and Open Data Roundup
by Abby Clobridge

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Information Today, Inc. Conferences Page 10

Report From the Field
R. David Lankes Ends World Presentation Tour at VALA2016
by Ray Lewis

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Global Outlook Page 11

In Other Words
‘This Is for the Refugees …’
by Lauree Padgett

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Book Review
Moving Toward Digital Equity
Digital Literacy and Digital Inclusion: Information Policy and the Public Library
by Kim M. Thompson, Paul T. Jaeger, Natalie Greene Taylor, Mega Subramaniam, and John Carlo Bertot
Reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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Words at Work

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Mike Piazza: A Force of Nature With a Bat
by David King

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