Library Link of the Day

March 2007

<< February 2007 | April 2007 >>

  1. Berger Case Still Roils Archives, Justice Dept. [The Washington Post]
  2. Push for open access to research [BBC News]
  3. Pimp My Bookcart Contest Winners [Unshelved News]
  4. A Cozy Book Club, in a Virtual Reading Room [The New York Times]
  5. Libraries ponder a collective dilemma [The Kansas City Star]
  6. Whose Art Is It? [Newsweek]
  7. Wikipedia editor who posed as professor is Ky. dropout [The Courier-Journal]
  8. E-books fail to fly into users' hands [Information World Review]
  9. Sports Illustrated Withholds Swimsuit Issue from Libraries, Schools [Library Journal]
  10. American Library Association shamed [Laurel Leader-Call]
  11. History, Digitized (and Abridged) [The New York Times]
  12. Come for the Xbox, stay for the books [The Boston Globe]
  13. Freedom of Information Act turns 40 [The Seattle Times]
  14. What is Web 2.0? Ideas, technologies and implications for education [JISC]
  15. Officials shield more than 1 million pages of documents from public view [Statesman Journal]
  16. Massey librarian implicated in $1m book heist [Stuff]
  17. Information Navigation 101 [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  18. Book Scanning Goes High-Tech [ABC News]
  19. Thinking Outside the Box, Inside the Panel [The Washington Post]
  20. More video games, fewer books at schools? [CNET News.com]
  21. University Presses Try to Straddle the Battle Lines in Open-Access Debate [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  22. Part I: A Smarter Web [Technology Review]
  23. Metadata for All: Descriptive Standards and Metadata Sharing across Libraries, Archives and Museums [First Monday]
  24. Boy wizard turns green [The Guardian]
  25. Top bookstores' gloomy views generate merger buzz [Canada.com]
  26. Federal judge in Phila. strikes down pornography measure [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
  27. Libraries close their books [The Age]
  28. Will RDA Be DOA? [Library Journal]
  29. Dead Plagiarists Society [Slate]
  30. The 10 Most Expensive Books Of 2006 [Forbes]
  31. Your Room Is Booked [The Washington Post]

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