Library Link of the Day

April 2003

<< March 2003 | May 2003 >>

  1. Billington Resigns, 14th Librarian of Congress Sworn In [Library Journal]
  2. A Library Offers Online Access to Historical Japanese Maps [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  3. Un-public domain [InfoWorld]
  4. Thinking About Reference Linking [Searcher Magazine]
  5. Cents and Sensibility [Slate]
  6. Where Did All the Books Go? [Syllabus]
  7. Research Agenda for Library Instruction and Information Literacy [Association of College & Research Libraries]
  8. The Big Read [BBC]
  9. WHY COMPLEX INTRANETS DON'T WORK AND 'LIBRARIANS' DO: RE-INTERMEDIATION [How to Save the World]
  10. Progress in International Literacy Reading Study 2001 International Report [International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement]
  11. Five-Year Information Format Trends [OCLC]
  12. Outlook mixed for nation's librarians [The Christian Science Monitor]
  13. HOW NOT TO REDESIGN A WEB SITE [Ex Libris]
  14. Pillagers Strip Iraqi Museum of Its Treasure [The New York Times]
  15. The Great Library Card Collection [Michael Sauers]
  16. The Suicide of the Public Librarian [Library Journal]
  17. Web search: how the Web has changed information retrieval [Information Research]
  18. State of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, April 2003 [D-Lib Magazine]
  19. Lawsuit Aims to Ban Anti-Tax Book [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  20. Retired Librarian Mourns Decline of Libraries [The Harvard Crimson]
  21. The Ever-Shifting Internet Population: A new look at Internet access and the digital divide [Pew Internet and American Life Project]
  22. Laura Bush, Your Country Needs You [BusinessWeek]
  23. Hitler's Forgotten Library [The Atlantic Monthly]
  24. ERIC Continues But Without Clearinghouses [Information Today]
  25. Tech Books to Enter Public Domain [PC World]
  26. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE AND LIBRARIES [The Marginal Librarian]
  27. Technology improving readability of eBooks [The Seattle Times]
  28. Of Libraries, Superstores and Lattes [The New York Times]
  29. Peep Research [Millikin University]
  30. Universities slash public outreach programs [The Detroit News]

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