Library Link of the Day

October 2016

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  1. Library Worker Heroically Defends Patronís Free Speech, Is Brutally Arrested in Library Where He Works [BORDC]
  2. University copying books for teaching is not copyright violation: Delhi HC [The Hindu]
  3. Print or Digital, It's Reading That Matters [Publishers Weekly]
  4. In plot twist, independent bookstores survive forecast doom [The Houston Chronicle]
  5. Is RDA a Global Standard? [American Libraries]
  6. Could The Digital Age Be Forgotten? A Web Pioneer Thinks Itís Possible [Hacked News]
  7. Library Magazine Faces Intense Criticism Over Controversial Review Of Book With Bisexual Female Character [Bustle]
  8. New study finds that men are often their own favorite experts on any given subject [The Washington Post]
  9. Feminist Bookstore Slams 'Portlandia' And Says Show Can No Longer Film There [NPR]
  10. Funding open access monographs: A coalition of libraries and publishers [College & Research Libraries News]
  11. Will Librarians Be The Overseers Of The Information Age? [EdCircuit]
  12. Smartphones give new life to audiobooks [USA Today]
  13. Why industry must learn to forget [New Scientist]
  14. Data Breaches, Betrayals, and Broken Promises [Inside Higher Ed]
  15. Rutgers Incentivizes Open, Affordable Textbooks [Campus Technology]
  16. Tell the Copyright Office: Copyright Law Shouldn't Punish Research and Repair [EFF]
  17. The Beauty of Big Books [The New York Times]
  18. Reading to Rescue Animals at the Amarillo Public Library [The High Plains]
  19. Bidenís moonshot cancer plan calls for more data sharing [Science]
  20. The New York Public Library has adopted a very unusual sorting system [Quartz]
  21. US libraries seeking 21st Century model [BBC News]
  22. It's Not Too Late to Save the Stacks [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  23. Copyright is Not Inevitable, Divine, or Natural Right [ALA]
  24. Michigan barbershop gives kids a discount for reading out loud [CNN]
  25. Maria Pallante Out as U.S. Register of Copyrights [Variety]
  26. Do we need librarians now that we have the internet? [NewsHour]
  27. Bye-Bye, Cursive [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  28. Bookish fools [Aeon]
  29. Want to feel frugal? Check out your library receipt [The Wichita Eagle]
  30. The Future of Libraries [MIT]
  31. Dallas closes the book on regulating Little Free Libraries [The Dallas Morning News]

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