Library Link of the Day

September 2003

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  2. No Room at the Library [The Washington Post]
  3. Why boys avoid school reading [The Toronto Star]
  4. Beloit College Releases the Mindset List for the Class of 2007 [Beloit College]
  5. Archive Awareness Month [National Council on Archives]
  6. Information Quality, Liability, and Corrections [Online]
  7. MIT Everyware [Wired]
  8. Banned Books: How Schools Restrict the Reading of Young People [The World & I]
  9. Connecting the Classroom and the Library: How One School Uses Web-Based Library Projects to Build Information-Literacy Skills [MultiMedia Schools]
  10. Barnes & Noble shelves e-books [CNET]
  11. INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM [American Library Association Policy Manual]
  12. What libraries can learn from bookstores: Applying the bookstore model to public libraries [Chris Rippel]
  13. Use and Users of Electronic Library Resources: An Overview and Analysis of Recent Research Studies [Council on Library and Information Resources]
  14. Law seeks 'deposit' of web sites with UK libraries [The Register]
  15. Digital Archiving: Journey from Books to Analytical Informatics [Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship]
  16. Keep libraries alive, check out a book [The Christian Science Monitor]
  17. Book Report [Slate]
  18. Prepared Remarks of Attorney General John Ashcroft [United States Department of Justice]
  19. The Librarian's World and Welcome to It [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  20. Attributes for the Next Generation of Library Directors [Association of College & Research Libraries]
  21. A Quick and Easy Guide to Banned Books Week for Librarians [American Library Association]
  22. Dewey Decimal Owner Sues 'Library' Hotel [Associated Press]
  23. Who's better: Google or CU librarians? Search me [The Ithaca Journal]
  24. The ideological librarians []
  25. Woman Bites Two Librarians in Robbery [ABC News]
  26. For the World's A B C's, He Makes 1's and 0's [The New York Times]
  27. Electronic paper reaches video speed [Nature]
  28. The Mysterious Fate of the Great Library of Alexandria [Bede's Library]
  29. Librarians issue file-sharing support [CNET]
  30. Library system puts used-book sales online [The Seattle Times]

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