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Paper.li: Be a publisher… daily!

Paper.li: Be a publisher… daily! | New-Tech Librarian | Scoop.it

Hervé Basset, independent consultant and author of the Science Intelligence blog, reviews Paper.li and considers how information professionals can use it...

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EBSCO – Online Research Databases for K-12 Schools - EBSCOhost

EBSCO – Online Research Databases for K-12 Schools - EBSCOhost | New-Tech Librarian | Scoop.it

EBSCO provides the highest quality online research databases for elementary, middle, and high schools. Full-text periodicals, Journals for teachers, eBooks for students, literary resources and more...

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The London Book Fair | Making Words Go Further | 16-18 April

The London Book Fair | Making Words Go Further | 16-18 April | New-Tech Librarian | Scoop.it


Now in its 41st year, The London Book Fair continues to be the global market place and leading business-2-business exhibition for rights negotiation and the sales and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.

With over 400 seminars and events, 1,500 international exhibiting companies and 24,500 publishing professionals, The London Book Fair encompasses the broad spectrum of the publishing industry.

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Libraries as Community Publishers: How to Turn the Tables, by Peter Brantley

Libraries as Community Publishers: How to Turn the Tables, by Peter Brantley | New-Tech Librarian | Scoop.it
Libraries as Community Publishers: How to Turn the Tables http://t.co/C1tYsCQO via @OUPAcademic #publishing #books...

 

"This is just one option among many possibilities available to public libraries. I am not naive about the need for a library publishing imprint to have at least a basic supporting staff at a time when budgets are tight. But it is at least within arms reach, and it provides opportunities for librarians to grow and engage in new services that have a stronger future than those dealing with analog culture. Having one foot in the community and one in the network, libraries can help define a new cultural commons."


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