Library Link of the Day

June 2024

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  1. Reasons to Love Libraries: 23 Notable Authors and Public Figures Share Their Joy [School Library Journal]
  2. A national network of local news sites is publishing AI-written articles under fake bylines. Experts are raising alarm [CNN]
  3. The New Empress of Self-Help Is a TikTok Star [The Atlantic]
  4. Seeking Sanctuary [American Libraries]
  5. The US librarian who sued book ban harassers: ‘I decided to fight back’ [The Guardian]
  6. Ohio attorney general vows to stop sale of rare books at Hebrew Union College [The Cincinnati Enquirer]
  7. After publishing an article critical of Israel, Columbia Law Review's website is shut down by board [ABC News]
  8. Texas library must reinstate books with 'butts and farts,' court says [Houston Chronicle]
  9. Digital Dilemma: Can Restrictive Licensing of Ebooks Destroy the Spirit of Libraries? [MediaDecision]
  10. Ohio GOP proposes bill that would defund libraries over materials government deems 'harmful' [News 5 Cleveland]
  11. What’s a book ban anyway? Depends on who you ask [All Things Considered]
  12. A Reviewer’s Life [The Yale Review]
  13. Towards Conversational Discovery: New Discovery Applications for Scholarly Information in the Era of Generative Artificial Intelligence [The Scholarly Kitchen]
  14. Banishing Captain Underpants: An investigation of the 3,400 books pulled in Iowa. [USA Today]
  15. AI Copyright Issues ‘on Shifting Sands’ but Legal Protections Are Coming, Experts Tell PGA Produced By Conference [TheWrap]
  16. Should we give school librarians more control over book selection, while limiting the say of school committees and parents? [CommonWealth Beacon]
  17. Police investigating bomb threat at Woodstock Library [NEWS10 ABC]
  18. What Can You Read in Prison? [Esquire]
  19. Empowering knowledge through AI: open scholarship proactively supporting well trained generative AI [UKSG Insights]

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