Library Link of the Day

June 2015

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  1. The Evolving & Expanding Service Landscape Across Academic Libraries [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  2. Rethink the Staff Workplace [Library Journal]
  3. Why Cursive Mattered [The Atlantic]
  4. Why Do Presidents Get Their Own Libraries? [Atlas Obscura]
  5. No reservations: Why the time has come to kill print textbook reserves [College & Research Libraries News]
  6. New Imaging Methods Shine Light on Hidden Texts [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  7. Missing artworks were misfiled, library officials say [The Boston Globe]
  8. 3D Printers [Library Journal]
  9. Publisher to Put Asterisk on ‘Primates of Park Avenue’ [The New York Times]
  10. China’s Publishers Court America as Its Authors Scorn Censorship [The New York Times]
  11. Adults falling in love again with coloring books [The Atlanta Journal-Constitution]
  12. What is Code? [Businessweek]
  13. Library of Congress Chief Retires Under Fire [The New York Times]
  14. Elsevier Cracks Down on Pirated Scientific Articles [TorrentFreak]
  15. The Oligopoly of Academic Publishers in the Digital Era [PLOS ONE]
  16. Plan for 'Independent' Copyright Office Meets Resistance [Publishers Weekly]
  17. How Do Users Search and Discover? [Ex Libris]
  18. Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google [Alternet]
  19. Librarians Vs. The Patriot Act [On the Media]
  20. The 2020 Census May Not Use the Word Race [Time]
  21. What If Authors Were Paid Every Time Someone Turned a Page? [The Atlantic]
  22. The Dark Web as You Know It Is a Myth [Wired]
  23. Hiring: The First Librarian of Congress for the Internet Age []
  24. We Tried — And Failed — To Identify The Most Banned Book In America [FiveThirtyEight]
  25. The Art of Weeding [Library Journal]
  26. The Web Will Either Kill Science Journals or Save Them [Wired]
  27. Scientific Retractions are on the Rise, and That May Be a Good Thing [Priceonomics]
  28. Sneak Peek: TinyCat for Small Libraries [LibraryThing]
  29. Where Should You Keep Your Data? [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  30. The brief, wondrous life of the DVD [The A.V. Club]

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