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VOLUME 35 • NUMBER 2 • March 2018
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

I Hear America ReadingClick for FREE full-text article.
Anthony Aycock explains why he loves audiobooks and makes an argument for why you could fall for them too. If you’re already hooked, you’ll get some validation for your choice of reading format.

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Digital Science Adds Extra Dimensions to Scholarly Research Data
by Terry Ballard
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Librarians Talk Oscar Nominees
by Brandi Scardilli

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Editor’s Note
Spring Fever Click for FREE full-text article.
by Brandi Scardilli
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We the People
FOIA Advisory Committee Recommends Updates in Federal Agencies
by Barbie E. Keiser

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Book Review
We Create Knowledge
The New Librarianship Field Guide
by R. David Lankes
Reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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Insider's Perspective
Taming Content Chaos and Reining In Cost
by Ian Synge

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The Houston Colt .45s Revisited
by David King

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NewsBytes Page 3
Product News Page 12
Words at Work Page 25

A Day in the Life
Rust Belt Library Leadership
- Erin Wincek
by Justin Hoenke

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International Report
Elsevier Negotiations Still in LimboClick for FREE full-text article.
by John Charlton

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Legal Issues
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Renewed
by George H. Pike
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Database Review
ICIJ: The World’s Biggest Muckraker
by Mick O’Leary

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The Razor's Edge
Libraries, Cross-Cultural Research, and Coding

by Brendan Howley

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In Other Words
Technology Advances: Scary Good and Just Plain Scary
by Lauree Padgett

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Information Today, Inc. Conferences Page 10

Report From the Field
Digital Ethics in the STM Publishing World
Text and photos by Marydee Ojala

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Report From the Field
Data and Decisions at EDUCAUSE
by Brandi Scardilli

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Global Outlook Page 12
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