Library Link of the Day

January 2005

<< December 2004 | February 2005 >>

  1. Turn the page to 2025 [The Cape Codder]
  2. Will Buffalo System Finally Close Branches? [Library Journal]
  3. Bookstores rated NYC's best pickup spot [CNN]
  4. World Braille Day [Florida Department of Education]
  5. Latest thing in hi-tech: a book [The Times]
  6. Vintage comics donated to museum [Canada.com]
  7. Information Literacy Makes All the Wrong Assumptions [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  8. Delivering the News with Blogs: The Georgia State University Library Experience [Internet Reference Services Quarterly]
  9. Internet threat to libraries analyzed [University at Buffalo Reporter]
  10. Military librarians help readers from warriors to retirees [The State]
  11. Mississippi libraries ban 'Daily Show' book [CNN]
  12. Don't close the book on libraries [The Boston Globe]
  13. Let a Thousand Googles Bloom [The Los Angeles Times]
  14. Judge nixes evolution textbook stickers [MSNBC News]
  15. Book 'em: Libraries turn to collection agencies [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  16. Virtual Reference: Alive & Well [Library Journal]
  17. Dissing the King [Salon]
  18. Gates Foundation gives libraries nearly $11 million [USA Today]
  19. How copyright could be killing culture [The Globe and Mail]
  20. Preparing Tomorrow's Professionals: LIS schools and scholarly communication [College & Research Libraries News]
  21. Measuring Literacy in a World Gone Digital [The New York Times]
  22. A brave new gamer world [The Capital Times]
  23. Book thief who pillaged libraries gets 5 1/2 years [The New Zealand Herald]
  24. New York publisher faces fierce opposition to al-Qa'eda tome [Telegraph]
  25. Literacy the bottom line [The South Bend Tribune]
  26. At Free Library of Philadelphia, 20 Branches to Operate Without Librarians [Library Journal]
  27. Boy brings encyclopaedia to book [BBC News]
  28. A Librarian's Alphabet [Denise Plourde]
  29. Mayor puts lock on racy book [The Houston Chronicle]
  30. Problem Patrons or Problem Libraries? [Laurie Henry]
  31. From musty to megabytes [CNN]

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