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VOLUME 35 • NUMBER 8 • October 2018
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

BLOCKCHAIN: The Path Forward for Libraries and the Information ProfessionsClick to register and download FREE PDF.
San José State University

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The Latest Trends in Books, Ebooks, and Audiobooks
Nancy K. Herther examines reading habits, sales channels, and book formats, as well as some reading-related innovations, that are shaping the book industry.

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School Shooters: A Reading List
by Anthony Aycock
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Data-Planet Opens Up a Universe of Statistics to SAGE
Text by Terry Ballard
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Editor’s Note
Book and FacebookClick for FREE full-text article.
by Brandi Scardilli
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We the People
After and Before and After Facebook
by Kenneth D. Evans

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Book Review
Crunching Data
Using Digital Analytics for Smart Assessment
by Tabatha Farney
Reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
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The Birth of College Football’s Wishbone Offense
by David King

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NewsBytes Page 3
Words at Work Page 28
Product News Page 29

A Day in the Life
Activated by the Community - Alejandra Quiroz Hernández

by Justin Hoenke

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Database Review
The Outline and WikiTribune Maintain Press EthicClick for FREE full-text article.
by Mick O’Leary

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The Help Desk
Real-Time Reflections
by Sophia Guevara

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International Report
Writing Doesn’t Pay
by John Charlton

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Legal Issues
27,000-Plus Reasons for a LawsuitClick for FREE full-text article.
by George H. Pike
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In Other Words
Secure, Open, and Private: The Library’s Dilemma
by Lauree Padgett

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The Razor's Edge
Indigenous Libraries and First Nations Cultural Entrepreneurship

by Brendan Howley

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Insider’s Perspective
Journal Collections : Striking a Balance
by Tom Rodenby

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Information Today, Inc. Conferences Page 10

Report From the Field
The Front Lines of the Battle Against Fake News
by Dave Shumaker

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Global Outlook Page 13
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