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when good librarians go bad, genuine options in librarianship

I upgraded WordPress this week. Please let me know if anything is wonky. This is an exchange from facebook with names changed to protect the innocent. It highlights something I find happening to me in the library world all the … Continue reading

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a few new interpretations of the Library Bill of Rights

While I wish, as per usual, that the URL and the web page were friendlier and that I could see what changes were made, ALA has released a few more council-approved interpretations of the Library Bill of Rights, two new, … Continue reading

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Library Accessibility – What You Need to Know

The Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies has created a series of tipsheets to assist librarians in different sorts of libraries in dealing with and understanding accessibility issues. They’re short, easy to understand, come with references and cover a … Continue reading

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Journal Data: Price, Impact, and Use

I was doing my generalized clicking around this afternoon and saw this FriendFeed comment (originally via Twitter) “How much does an annual library subscription to the top 20 closed-access journals cost? Lets start a virtual library for non-scientists.” I was … Continue reading

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dad using his library card

This is the second and last part of the Jessamyn’s Dad’s Library Card story. I went home yesterday. I got a phone call from my Dad. Dad: So I clicked the link in that email the library sent? Me: Yeah? … Continue reading

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