Libraries are branching out into digital Fortune But last year the Ann Arbor District Library came to them with an offer so exotic even they hadn't encountered one like it before -- for a flat fee the library wanted to give away everything...
Library Journal The Public Library as Publisher Library Journal Public libraries have been publishers before, largely of annual reports, bulletins, and printed catalogs of special collections–items that are now integrated into the catalog itself or...
Resource Description and Access (RDA): Information and Resources in Preparation for RDA (Aquisitions and Bibliographic Control, Library of Congress). Access information about cataloging policy and practices, cataloging training and documentation, and authority records.
A friend asked me if I had any thoughts on the top issues facing academic libraries right now, for a class she's teaching for first year LIS students. It turns out -- no surprise -- I do have thoughts about that!
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