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7/16/2024 — Considering Bibliotherapy
7/9/2024 — AI and the Environment: A Double-Edged Sword
6/18/2024 — The Book of Love: Wedding-Planning Ideas for Bibliophiles
6/11/2024 — Modernizing Privacy: A Look at Quebec's Law 25
6/4/2024 — A Deep Dive Into Election Deepfakes
5/21/2024 — How Do Declining Literacy Rates Affect Information Literacy?
5/14/2024 — Mental Health Awareness Month: How Libraries Serve People With Mental Illness
5/7/2024 — Mental Health Awareness Month: What Is Library Anxiety?
4/23/2024 — PowerNotes Gives Researchers the Power to Organize, Write, and Learn
4/16/2024 — A Work in Progress: CCC and Artificial Intelligence
4/9/2024 — A Brief History of ALA for National Library Week 2024
4/2/2024 — A Guide to Getting Started With Open Access and Open Educational Resources
3/26/2024 — What It's Like to Have a Tech Vending Machine at the Library
3/19/2024 — Beyond Self-Care in Libraries: Supporting Ourselves Through Real Change
3/12/2024 — Reviewing Google's AI Test Kitchen and Microsoft's Copilot
3/5/2024 — Exploring the European Union's Digital Markets Act
2/27/2024 — The Impact of AI on Public Records Requests
2/13/2024 — Using AI: Knowing Your Responsibilities and Negating Copyright Infringement
2/6/2024 — The AI Tech on Display at the National Retail Federation's 2024 Show
1/30/2024 — Information Literacy: What You Need to Know
1/23/2024 — Springshare Establishes a Public Library Division
1/16/2024 — Happy 50th Anniversary, TLC!
1/9/2024 — Earth Is at the Center of Gale's New Archival Collection
12/12/2023 — The Supreme Court Issues Several IP Opinions
12/5/2023 — Disinformation: Why Does It Work, and What (If Anything) Can We Do About It?
11/28/2023 — Constitutional AI Can Be an Important Part of AI Governance
11/14/2023 — The National Freedom of Information Summit 2023
10/31/2023 — Halloween Information Sources: Could Monsters Be Real?
10/24/2023 — Hallucinate, Confabulate, Obfuscate: The State of Artificial Intelligence Today
10/17/2023 — Global Summit on Disinformation Focuses on Problems and Innovation
10/10/2023 — AI in Publishing: It's Already Here, and It's Complicated
9/26/2023 — Libraries Help Foster Smart and Connected Communities
9/19/2023 — The Mighty Reach of Little Free Libraries
9/12/2023 — What to Expect From the Newly Enforced California Privacy Rights Act
8/22/2023 — For Goodness Sake: Artificial Intelligence and Nonprofits
8/15/2023 — AI on the Library Shelf: How the Hollywood Strikes Exposed a Battle for the Creative Soul
8/9/2023 — Happy Book Bike Week!
8/1/2023 — AALL 2023: An Invitation Accepted
7/25/2023 — The Future of AI in the Legal Information Professions
7/18/2023 — Neurodiversity at Work
7/11/2023 — The eBook Study Group: A New Way to Fight for Libraries
6/27/2023 — What Have We Been Talking About This Year?
6/20/2023 — How to Beat Burnout at Work
6/13/2023 — A Roundup of the Latest Book-Banning News
6/6/2023 — The U.S. Book Show Returns: A Gathering for Literacy at NYU
5/23/2023 — The Energetic Information Superhighway: Reiki and Binaural Beats
5/16/2023 — 'Be Prepared' for Emails: Examining the Council of State Archivists' New Report
5/9/2023 — Watergate, 50 Years On
5/2/2023 — Librarians as Second Responders: Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month
4/25/2023 — A Walk in the Open Fields: The Best Tools for Wildlife and Habitat Studies
4/18/2023 — A Look Back at How the Library of Congress Has Reached Out to Citizens
4/11/2023 — And Now for Something Completely Different: MozFest 2023
4/4/2023 — The Internet Archive Case: A Summary Brief
3/28/2023 — ChatGPT News Roundup
3/21/2023 — How COVID-19 Changed Records Management
3/14/2023 — The Poison Book Project Spreads Awareness of Arsenical Books
3/7/2023 — An Interview With Safiya Umoja Noble, 2023 Miles Conrad Lecturer
3/1/2023 — NISO Plus 2023: Encompassing the World of Scholarly Information
2/14/2023 — The Pitfalls of Publishing Personal Letters
2/7/2023 — The Importance of Recognizing Disability Representation in EDI Work
1/31/2023 — How NASA Works With Libraries, Schools, and Private Citizens to Explore the Universe
1/24/2023 — Great Reads for 2023
1/17/2023 — Taking the Temperature of a Profession: Libraries in 2023
1/10/2023 — Get to Know the Kohler Arts/Industry Residency Program
12/13/2022 — Uprooted, Nomadic, and Displaced: The Unspoken Costs of the Upward Climb
12/7/2022 — Entrepreneurial Librarianship Is Alive and Well: The Entrelib Conference 2022
11/29/2022 — New Company Helper Systems Shows Researchers How to Tame the Information Glut
11/15/2022 — Why a Code of Ethics Is Necessary in a Professional Environment
11/8/2022 — Collections Management Policy Toolkit: A Free Online Template
11/2/2022 — Truth and Trust Online Conference 2022: News From the Fight Against Misinformation
10/25/2022 — Halloween Information Sources: They're Baaaaack!
10/17/2022 — Four Steps You Can Take Right Now to Fight Book Bans
10/11/2022 — The Complex Role of Demand-Driven Acquisition in Public Libraries: A Survey
10/4/2022 — LAFCON 2022: The Why and the How of Library Advocacy
9/27/2022 — The Pros and Cons of Using AI-Based Mental Health Tools
9/20/2022 — An Introduction to Google's Programmable Search Engine
9/13/2022 — Exploring the World of Data Science: A Primer for Librarians
8/30/2022 — Libraries Should Not Lend Streaming Sticks
8/23/2022 — The Disinformation Governance Board and Other Attempts to Fight Fake News
8/9/2022 — The Best Open Tools for Discovering OA Arts and Humanities Research
8/2/2022 — An Info Pro's Guide to Graphic Medicine
7/26/2022 — AALL 2022 Brings People Together in Denver
7/19/2022 — 'An Open Book': Bibliotheca Enters the World of Digital Streaming for Libraries
7/12/2022 — The Supreme Court in the Public Crosshairs
6/21/2022 — Chicago Tool Library Promotes Self-Sufficiency Through Community Sharing
6/14/2022 — California State Library Caters to K-12 Students
6/7/2022 — U.S. Book Show 2022: Keeping BookExpo Alive
5/31/2022 — How Librarians Should Approach Discussing Sensitive Topics Such as Roe v. Wade
5/24/2022 — Congressional Hearings on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and Researching the Unknown Unknowns
5/17/2022 — Donations of Personal Papers and the Law
5/10/2022 — Videoconferencing and the Future of Public Meetings
5/3/2022 — Toward Greater Accessibility in the Physical and Digital Library
4/26/2022 — Police Use-of-Force Data Has Yet to Be Sufficiently Studied
4/19/2022 — What the Future of the Metaverse May Hold for the Information Field
4/12/2022 — Librarians Can't Be Neutral in the War on Information
4/5/2022 — Good News and Bad News From MisinfoCon and MozFest
3/22/2022 — Celebrating Another Sunshine Week During the Pandemic
3/15/2022 — Defining What Librarianship and Library Education Should Be
3/7/2022 — Building Trust: An Interview With the National Library of Medicine's Patricia Flatley Brennan
3/1/2022 — NISO Plus 2022: The Name Doesn't Say It All
2/15/2022 — How to Use Trending Conversations and Popular Hashtags to Build Your Brand
2/8/2022 — Data Colonialism: A New Way to Look at the Complex World of Information
2/1/2022 — Beyond Banning: New Challenges to the Right to Read
1/25/2022 — The FYI on CRT
1/18/2022 — U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Continue to Impact the Information Industry
1/11/2022 — Libraries and Legislatures Face Off Against Publishers on Ebook Access
12/14/2021 — A Nonprofit Company Wows Library Users With a New Interface
12/7/2021 — Online Collaborative Learning With Shamaym
11/16/2021 — The Magic of Dark Patterns: Can We Evade Their Trickery?
11/9/2021 — Highlights From Internet Librarian 2021
11/2/2021 — How to Find Political Advertising Data
10/26/2021 — A Ghoul-lection of Halloween Information Sources
10/19/2021 — Librarians and Professional Labeling: What's in a Name?
10/12/2021 — Gale's Impact Live Inspired Public Libraries in Trying Times
10/5/2021 — NFTs: A New Approach to Digital Content
9/28/2021 — Academic Librarians Seeking Equity Through Unionization
9/21/2021 — An Info Pro's Guide to Supply Chain Disruption
9/14/2021 — Recent Steps Toward Improved Access to Federal Legislation
8/31/2021 — Libraries and Writing Centers: Symbiotic Allies
8/24/2021 — Working to Complete the Unfinished Business of a Fair and Balanced Internet
8/10/2021 — Big Data Clashes With Patron Privacy: OverDrive's Digipalooza 2021
8/3/2021 — Classic Wisdom for Contemporary Challenges: The 2021 AALL Conference
7/27/2021 — Saving Libraries: It’s a Critical Time for Funding Legislation
7/20/2021 — One, Two, Three, Four: Bellwether's Community-Focused People Counters
7/13/2021 — GDPR 2021: A Review and Roundup
6/29/2021 — What's New With Copyright Clearance Center
6/22/2021 — Supreme Court Narrows the Scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
6/15/2021 — Boost Your Online Presence With the Free Build a Better Library Website Boot Camp
6/8/2021 — Maryland's 2021 Library Digital Content Law: A Modest Beginning
5/25/2021 — The Clarivate-ProQuest Wake-Up Call
5/18/2021 — Avoiding a Public Health Hunger Games: The Role for Libraries
5/11/2021 — FTC's Ability to Obtain Financial Relief for Consumers Hampered by Supreme Court
5/4/2021 — Taking Amazon Publishing to Task on Its Policy of No Sales to Libraries
4/27/2021 — How to Use Social Media Tools to Identify Accounts and Content of Interest
4/20/2021 — Open Knowledge and Social Justice: An Interview With SPARC's Heather Joseph
4/13/2021 — Open Government Under the Biden Administration
4/6/2021 — Adam Matthew Digital Explores New Ways to Make History Come Alive
3/23/2021 — Library Futures Institute Is Pushing the Digital Lending Envelope
3/9/2021 — NISO Plus Conference Delivers Global Conversations and Global Connections
3/3/2021 — How to Further Your Professional Knowledge Using Grow with Google
2/23/2021 — Curating Retro Video Game Collections
2/9/2021 — How to Use ALA's Guide to Media Literacy
2/2/2021 — Working From Home and Copyright Compliance
1/26/2021 — Against the Barbarians: A Few Resources Toward Truth and Justice
1/19/2021 — OpenAI and Microsoft Work to Balance Open Ideals With Complex Realities
1/12/2021 — What to Expect From the New Supreme Court Term
12/15/2020 — How Streaming Platforms Reinforce Inequity in Public Access to Entertainment
12/8/2020 — Social Upheaval Inspires a University Archive to Redirect Its Focus
12/1/2020 — A Roundup of COVID-19's Impact on Higher Education
11/17/2020 — Elsevier Research Advances Understanding of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
11/10/2020 — Bringing Broadband to Tribal Communities
11/3/2020 — How to Use Grant Writing to Offset Library Budget Cuts
10/27/2020 — U.S. Department of Labor Seeks to Clarify Gig Worker Status
10/20/2020 — Broadband's Pandemic Failure: How We Got Here and Why the Federal Government Must Fix It
10/13/2020 — Facebook, COVID-19, and Disinformation: The Paradox of Unlimited Global Information
10/6/2020 — People-Centered: An Interview With Wanda Kay Brown
9/29/2020 — CCC Facilitates Better At-Home Learning During the Pandemic
9/22/2020 — A Double Helping of Challenges During the Pandemic
9/15/2020 — TikTok's User Data Security Becomes a Political Issue
9/1/2020 — The Zendy Digital Library Seeks to Build a More Knowledgeable World
8/18/2020 — Tips and Tricks to Make Online Learning Easier
8/11/2020 — GDPR 2020: Where Compliance Lands Now
8/6/2020 — Being Yourself at Work: Notes on Equality and Diversity in Tech
7/28/2020 — Underline Science Brings Conferences Into the Streaming Era
7/21/2020 — EBSCO Enters Into New Partnerships
7/14/2020 — Calls for Equity and Diversity at ALA Virtual
6/23/2020 — A Look at Google Trends
6/9/2020 — Librarianship Through a Screen: Getting an Online M.L.I.S.
6/2/2020 — Closing and Reopening: COVID-19's Impact on Law Library Services
5/19/2020 — Zooming In During the Pandemic: Work Life Online
5/12/2020 — Tips for Working Smart at Home
5/5/2020 — Going Virtual: Libraries See Challenges and Opportunities in the Pandemic
4/21/2020 — Hope, Power, and Action: An Interview With James G. Neal
4/14/2020 — The Notion App Is a Blank Slate for Any Project
4/7/2020 — Celebrating Sunshine Week During the COVID-19 Crisis
3/31/2020 — Legal and Library Responses to a Global Pandemic
3/24/2020 — An Internet Pioneer Delivers an Orwellian Warning in a Timely New Book
3/17/2020 — New Gale Collection Highlights Women's Voices
3/10/2020 — Facing the AI Copyright Conundrum
3/3/2020 — Something Old, Something New: NISO Plus Conference Blends Tradition and Innovation
2/25/2020 — Dad Jokes and Storytime Posts: How to Create a Fun, Informative Library Social Media Presence
2/11/2020 — Synergy on the Plains: Omaha Turns an Abandoned Bookstore Into a Thriving Makerspace
2/4/2020 — Publisher Talks: Updates on the Macmillan Embargo and on OA Negotiations
1/21/2020 — Embargoing Libraries: A Losing Proposition for All
1/14/2020 — A Librarian Looks at Oscars 2020: The Same, but Different
1/7/2020 — December Deals: Ex Libris Innovates; OverDrive Goes to KKR
12/10/2019 — ALA News Roundup and a Look Ahead to 2020
12/3/2019 — Making the Past Personal: Heritage and Genealogy Technology and Programming
11/19/2019 — ALA's Report to Congress on Libraries and the Ebook Industry: A Primer
11/12/2019 — Against Citation: A Librarian's Concern
11/5/2019 — The Benefits of Makerspaces in School Libraries
10/22/2019 — While Everyone Was Focused on the Moon, ARPANET Changed the World
10/15/2019 — Supply and Demand: The Economy of Disinformation
10/8/2019 — A Librarian's Guide to Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness
10/1/2019 — Marion Stokes' Gift to the Future: 33 Years of TV News
9/24/2019 — The Decline and Potential Regrowth of the School Library
9/17/2019 — cSubs: Bringing Content and People Together
9/10/2019 — Behind the Great Firewall, or, How I Spent My Summer Vacation
8/27/2019 — Publishers Are on a Collision Course With Libraries
8/20/2019 — DPLA and the Fight to Preserve American Democracy
8/13/2019 — Libraries Are Increasing Usage by Going Fine-Free
8/6/2019 — Mango Languages Sprouts a Sweet Relaunch
7/30/2019 — Talking With Information Industry Leaders
7/23/2019 — Law Librarians Capitalize on Their Strengths in Washington, D.C.
7/16/2019 — Five Free or Inexpensive Graphics Programs to Increase Photo Firepower
7/9/2019 — Creative Commons Launches an Improved Search Function
6/25/2019 — The First Anniversary of the GDPR: Reflections on the Past Year
6/18/2019 — Two Math Research Resources That Are Equal to the Task
6/11/2019 — Apple WWDC 2019: Big Time
6/4/2019 — IntechOpen Strives to Be at the Forefront of OA Publishing
5/21/2019 — ALA Preps Libraries for the 2020 Census
5/14/2019 — Google I/O Provides a Sneak Peek at a Possible Future
5/7/2019 — ByWater Solutions Turns 10
4/30/2019 — Wikitongues: Saving Our Global Heritage, One Language at a Time
4/16/2019 — Whither the Information Professions? Indicators From the iConference
4/9/2019 — Considering Ebooks in Collection Development
4/2/2019 — OCLC Wise Reimagines the ILS
3/26/2019 — Google Unveils Stadia, Its Bold Vision for the Future of Video Games
3/19/2019 — ALA and Google Get Libraries Ready to Code
3/12/2019 — Seeking Opportunities: An Interview With Code Ocean's Marty Kahn
3/5/2019 — News and Programs Compete for Attention at NFAIS
2/26/2019 — Connection, Interaction, and Innovation at the BOBCATSSS Symposium
2/12/2019 — Net Neutrality Is Back Before Courts and Congress
2/5/2019 — Library Carpentry: A Toolkit for Researchers
1/29/2019 — Why It's So Hard to Get Mickey Mouse Into the Public Domain
1/22/2019 — Copyright Actions in 2018 and Predictions for 2019
1/15/2019 — A Digital Archive Is Making History in African-American Studies
1/8/2019 — Virtually Unraveling the Damaged Past at Cardiff University
12/4/2018 — Six Months of the GDPR's Pioneering Data Protection and Privacy
11/27/2018 — ALA Ventures Out Into Communities for New Advocacy Effort
11/13/2018 — Digitization Provides Access to Native American Archives
11/6/2018 — Professional Development That Won't Break the Bank
10/30/2018 — Social Media Platforms Tangle With Congress and the European Union
10/23/2018 — Celebrating 20 Years of Internet Librarian International
10/16/2018 — Nebraska Library Conference Reflects National Concerns
10/9/2018 — Gale Gathers Primary Sources on Political Extremists
10/2/2018 — Let's Ring In American Archives Month
9/25/2018 — What It's Like to Be a Journalist in 2018
9/18/2018 — OCLC Finds the Missing Link in Bibliographic Data
9/11/2018 — Where to Learn About Copyright
8/28/2018 — Controlling the Social Media Juggernaut
8/21/2018 — The Front Lines of the Battle Against Fake News
8/14/2018 — Recent Supreme Court Cases to Know
8/7/2018 — Data-Planet Opens Up a Universe of Statistics to SAGE
7/31/2018 — Descriptive Minimalism's Impact on the Digital Repository
7/24/2018 — The Latest Legislative Data Initiatives
7/17/2018 — Nintendo Labo Can Help Libraries Join the Maker Movement
7/10/2018 — The Latest Trends in Books, Ebooks, and Audiobooks
6/26/2018 — Keeping Up With the Urbanites: The Importance of Popular Culture in Rural Libraries
6/19/2018 — Apple WWDC 2018: It's the Little Things That Mean the Most
6/12/2018 — Understanding the Ins and Outs of Campaign Financing
6/5/2018 — BookExpo 2018 Was One for the Books
5/29/2018 — Authors and Cengage Settle In for a Fight Over Subscription Product
5/22/2018 — Europe's GDPR to Set New Standards in Data Protection and Privacy Law
5/15/2018 — Here Come the Replicants: Google I/O and the Future of AI
5/8/2018 — Talking Tech at the STM Conference
5/1/2018 — Tech Giants Grapple With User Privacy and Misinformation
4/24/2018 — Patron-Relationship Management System Helps Libraries Get to the Point
4/17/2018 — PACER Faces Continuing Troubles
4/10/2018 — IFLA Unveils the Next Steps for Its Global Vision
4/3/2018 — Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act Builds Momentum
3/27/2018 — A Pioneer of Scholarly Communication and CiteSeerX on the Past, Present, and Future
3/20/2018 — NFAIS Conference Celebrates 60 Years With Diamonds and Pearls
3/13/2018 — Gale Introduces Digital Scholar Lab for Mining Primary Sources
3/6/2018 — Tom Brady Photo Leads to Court Decision Limiting Linking
2/27/2018 — Information Literacy in the Cosmic Order
2/13/2018 — Happy Library Lovers Month!
2/6/2018 — Twitter as a Tool for Studying Emotions
1/30/2018 — FOIA Advisory Committee Recommends Updates in Federal Agencies
1/23/2018 — Digital Science Adds Extra Dimensions to Scholarly Research Data
1/16/2018 — MyScienceWork Is Transforming Global Scholarship
1/9/2018 — The Year in Congress: How to Define an 'Accomplishment'
12/12/2017 — Retro Gaming Gives Libraries a Boost
12/5/2017 — EdBooks Promotes Sustainability and Affordability in Open Education Publishing
11/28/2017 — The Problems With Searching the Deep Web
11/21/2017 — Crowdfunding New (Extraterrestrial?) Technologies
11/14/2017 — Hot Topics at ASIS&T 2017
11/7/2017 — Scrutiny of Google and Facebook Increases on Both Sides of the Atlantic
10/31/2017 — Hexes, Hashtags, and Hypersigils: Happy Halloween
10/24/2017 — Preprint Evolution at arXiv
10/17/2017 — Biological Computing at the Speed of Light
10/10/2017 — The Supreme Court Review of Gerrymandering
10/3/2017 — Two New Services Aim to Improve Access to Scholarly PDFs
9/26/2017 — SAGE Campus Begins Offering Data Science Courses
9/19/2017 — Librarian's Journey Raises Money for Refugee Library
9/12/2017 — Charlottesville Sparks Rise in Citizen Journalism
9/5/2017 — A Global Vision for Libraries
8/29/2017 — The Latest Digital Preservation Projects
8/22/2017 — Jane Austen Historical Sites Crank Up Appeals for Funds
8/15/2017 — Free Speech by Committee: Social Media, Extremism, and the First Amendment
8/8/2017 — 'Everything for Everybody, Everywhere': A Conversation with James O'Donnell
8/1/2017 — Get Your Game On: What's New From Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo
7/25/2017 — Spring Open: Events Celebrate Transparency in Government
7/18/2017 — Elsevier and Other Scholarly Publishers Target Content Pirates
7/12/2017 — Digital Media in the Mainstream at ALA
6/27/2017 — NASIG Races to the Crossroads
6/21/2017 — Print Books vs. Ebooks: Who's Up, Who's Down, and Where Are We Headed?
6/13/2017 — The Corporate Committee for Library Investment Defends Libraries to Congress
6/6/2017 — Libraries Keep a Resourceful Eye on the President
5/30/2017 — Wikitribune Sets Out to Practice Evidence-Based Journalism
5/23/2017 — Hate Speech in the Cloud: Cloudflare Confronts Internet Censorship
5/16/2017 — Koha's Creator Talks Focusing on Community and Privacy
5/9/2017 — Radical Librarianship: Join the Movement
5/2/2017 — With Yewno, Seeing Is Retrieving
4/25/2017 — The Upcoming U.K. Election: It's Not Just About Brexit in Today's ITI NewsLink
4/18/2017 — Brexit: We Say Goodbye; They Say You'll Pay in Today's ITI NewsLink
4/11/2017 — Attention, Libraries: It's Time to 'Switch' It Up in Today's ITI NewsLink
4/4/2017 — The Push for a New U.S. Copyright Office in Today's ITI NewsLink
3/28/2017 — The First Sunshine Week of the New Administration in Today's ITI NewsLink
3/21/2017 — President Nominates Intellectual Property Advocate as Trade Rep in Today's ITI NewsLink
3/14/2017 — Celebrating Serendipity and Collaboration: An Interview with Judith Russell in Today's ITI NewsLink
3/7/2017 — Attendees Confront 'The Big Pivot' at NFAIS Conference in Today's ITI NewsLink
2/28/2017 — Pai's Appointment Signals Change at the FCC in Today's ITI NewsLink
2/21/2017 — Creative Commons Test Drives New Search Tool in Today's ITI NewsLink
2/14/2017 — Improving the Process of Administering FOIA in Today's ITI NewsLink
2/7/2017 — Britons Watch the Trump Reality Show in Today's ITI NewsLink
1/31/2017 — Ithaka S+R Is Transforming Libraries and Higher Education, Part 2 in Today's ITI NewsLink
1/24/2017 — Ithaka S+R Is Transforming Libraries and Higher Education, Part 1 in Today's ITI NewsLink
1/17/2017 — Elsevier's CiteScore Metrics Compete With the Journal Impact Factor in Today's ITI NewsLink
1/10/2017 — Library of Congress and U.S. Copyright Office Roundup in Today's ITI NewsLink
1/3/2017 — The Past Year in Congress and a Look Forward in Today's ITI NewsLink
12/20/2016 — Copyright Infringement and the DMCA: Ripping Music Off YouTube in Today's ITI NewsLink
12/13/2016 — ALA Joins Technology Rights and Opportunity Advocacy Group in Today's ITI NewsLink
12/6/2016 — Blockchain Roundup for Info Pros in Today's ITI NewsLink
11/29/2016 — FCC Approves Broadband Privacy Rules, But Will They Last? in Today's ITI NewsLink
11/22/2016 — As OCLC Nears 50, It Focuses on the Future in Today's ITI NewsLink
11/15/2016 — Passwords: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation in Today's ITI NewsLink
11/8/2016 — Plan a Library Game Night With Nintendo's New Console in Today's ITI NewsLink
11/1/2016 — Not Everyone Is Riding the Marrakesh Express in Today's ITI NewsLink
10/25/2016 — Librarians Working Inside Out: An Open Access Week Interview in Today's ITI NewsLink
10/18/2016 — RedLink Network Helps Provide Seamless Access to Content in Today's ITI NewsLink
10/11/2016 — The Copyright Alliance Unveils Easy-to-Use New Website in Today's ITI NewsLink
10/4/2016 — Libraries, Orphan Works, and the Future of Copyright in Today's ITI NewsLink
9/27/2016 — A Big To-Do List for the New Librarian of Congress in Today's ITI NewsLink
9/20/2016 — Koios Helps Libraries Meet Patrons Where They (Already) Are in Today's ITI NewsLink
9/13/2016 — YouTube Settles Into Its Role as the Web's Biggest Success Story in Today's ITI NewsLink
9/6/2016 — Webrecorder Makes Web Preservation Personal in Today's ITI NewsLink
8/30/2016 — Final Order Issued in Long-Standing Fair Use Dispute in Today's ITI NewsLink
8/23/2016 — Google Gobbles Up Innovative Startup Kifi in Today's ITI NewsLink
8/16/2016 — Conference Takes Deep Dive Into Legislative Data and Transparency in Today's ITI NewsLink
8/9/2016 — The Berkman Klein Center Dips Its Toes Into Open Data Directories in Today's ITI NewsLink
8/2/2016 — Libraries = Education: An Interview With Valerie Gross in Today's ITI NewsLink
7/26/2016 — Brexit, Schmexit! in Today's ITI NewsLink
7/19/2016 — The Global Struggle to Bridge the Digital Divide in Today's ITI NewsLink
7/12/2016 — SLA Courts Controversy With New Communications Platform in Today's ITI NewsLink
7/5/2016 — Government Transparency Update: FOIA Turns 50 in Today's ITI NewsLink
6/28/2016 — U.S. Government Accepts IANA Transition Proposal in Today's ITI NewsLink
6/21/2016 — Gaming the (Google Search) System in Today's ITI NewsLink
6/14/2016 — Recent Innovations in Open Government in Today's ITI NewsLink
6/7/2016 — Have a Question About Government Data? Data USA Can Help! in Today's ITI NewsLink
5/31/2016 — Whatever Happened to MOOCs? in Today's ITI NewsLink
5/24/2016 — The National Library of Israel Tracks Down Hebrew Manuscripts in Today's ITI NewsLink
5/17/2016 — National Digital Stewardship Residents Present Their Preservation Projects in Today's ITI NewsLink
5/10/2016 — Working Toward Universal Transparency in Today's ITI NewsLink
5/3/2016 — Congress Approves Federal Protection for Trade Secrets in Today's ITI NewsLink
4/26/2016 — The Next Librarian of Congress: History Has Its Eyes on Her in Today's ITI NewsLink
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1/20/2015 — Ebooks in 2015: Trends and Forecasts Part 2 in Today's ITI NewsLink
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5/20/2013 — Skip Prichard Named OCLC President and CEO in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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5/2/2013 — Useful Browser Extensions in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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4/22/2013 — Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) Makes Its Debut in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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3/28/2013 — Sunshine Week and Transparency in Government in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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8/30/2012 — The Changing Face of Higher Education in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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8/23/2012 — Internet Archive Turns Up the Speed With BitTorrent in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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7/30/2012 — DOJ Responds to Ebook Lawsuit Objections in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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7/16/2012 — Project Gutenberg Launches Repository for Self-Published Works in Today's NewsLink
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5/21/2012 — Budget Cuts to Census Bureau Programs in Today’s ITI NewsLink
5/17/2012 — Georgia State University Copyright Decision in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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4/30/2012 — LexisNexis Digital Library in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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3/29/2012 — The Rescue of the Statistical Abstract of the United States in Today's NewsLink
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3/22/2012 — Encyclopaedia Britannica Ends Print Edition in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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1/30/2012 — New Crowdfunding Initiative to ‘Unglue’ Ebooks in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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4/11/2011 — Government Data Projects in Budgetary Peril in Today’s ITI NewsLink
4/7/2011 — HathiTrust Discovers Summon in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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3/31/2011 — Google Book Settlement Rejected in Today’s ITI NewsLink
3/28/2011 — Census Bureau to Eliminate Statistical Pubs in Today’s ITI NewsLink
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