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VOLUME 32 • NUMBER 4 • May 2015
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

What Librarians Can Learn From SXSWClick for FREE full-text article.
It’s not just music and film that draw people to South by Southwest—more librarians are attending the festival every year.

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Library of Congress Set to Save Government Millions
by Richard Huffine

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Virtual Reality: Soon to Become Mainstream in Libraries?
Text and photos by Ray Lewis

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Editor’s Note
School's Out
Click for FREE full-text article.

by Donovan Griffin
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Internet Waves
Whither the NTIS

by Shirley Duglin Kennedy

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Legal Issues
Net Neutrality:
It’s Not Just the U.S.
by George H. Pike

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Pressing the Press
by Barbara Quint

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Insider’s Perspective
Linked Data for Libraries
by Leif Pedersen

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NewsBytes Page 3


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International Report
The Heart of Scholarship
by John Charlton

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Redefining Search
Search Challenges:
Both Old and New Demons
by Stephen E. Arnold

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Database Review
Qwant and instaGrok: Two Google-Alts
by Mick O’Leary

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Product News Page 22
Gale: Broadening the Research Spectrum
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SAGE Video: Championing Multimedia Education
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Springer: Weeding Out Fake Science
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Information Today, Inc. Conferences Page 10

Report From the Field
ACRL 2015: Creating Sustainable Community
Text and photos by Donovan Griffin

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Report From the Field
Lessig on Equality:
Political Corruption, Net Neutrality, and Open Access
Text and photo by Marydee Ojala

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Global Outlook Page 10

In Other Words
Windows and Wearables
by Lauree Padgett

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Book Review
Peek Into Our Future
The Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know: A LITA Guide
Edited by Kenneth J. Varnum
Reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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Words at Work

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Need a Sports Update? Check Social Media
by David King

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