Library Link of the Day

December 2019

<< November 2019 | January 2020 >>

  1. Human biases are baked into algorithms. Now what? [Marketplace]
  2. Books on wheels: When the library comes to the homeless shelter [The Christian Science Monitor]
  3. About [Libraries 2020]
  4. 'We Wanted Our Patrons Back' — Public Libraries Scrap Late Fines To Alleviate Inequity [NPR]
  5. Archivists Are Trying to Make Sure a ‘Pirate Bay of Science’ Never Goes Down [Vice]
  6. Nefertiti's bust joins the digital age [Engadget]
  7. What Are the Larger Implications of Ex Libris Buying Innovative? [Ithaka S+R]
  8. How do I protect my online privacy from 'surveillance capitalism'? [The Guardian]
  9. The Problem with Grit: Dismantling Deficit Thinking in Library Instruction [portal: Libraries and the Academy]
  10. The Fact-Check Industry [Columbia Journalism Review]
  11. Chinese library sparks outrage over report staff burned ‘banned books’ [The Guardian]
  12. How many books should a professor be able to check out? [Inside Higher Ed]
  13. Justices debate allowing state law to be “hidden behind a pay wall” [Ars Technica]
  14. Is Plagiarism Wrong? [The Point Magazine]
  15. No Holds Barred: Policing and Security in the Public Library [In the Library with the Lead Pipe]

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