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    Check it Out with Michael Kelley: ALA Moves on Legislative Goals

    Much of the media coverage of libraries in 2014 to date has centered on the modest progress made on the e-book issue. But 2014 has been a year of significant progress for libraries in the public policy sphere, with a number of library initiatives advancing.

  • Conferences

    Frankfurt's LitAg Draws Record Numbers for 2014 Fair

    Some 308 agencies from 33 countries are booked for the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair, including 72 U.S. agencies.

  • Comics

    How Graphic are These Novels?

    Read with caution: in September, a number of libraries will invite patrons to read comics and graphic novels that have been challenged or banned in schools and public libraries in recent years.

  • Content / e-books

    Judge Orders Mediation in Latest E-book Price-Fixing Suit

    The litigation represents the latest legal front for Apple and the publishers stemming from the 2010 agency switch.

  • Content / e-books

    BiblioBoard Announces New Partnership Deals

    New partners include ePubDirect, Independent Publishers Group, CoreSource and Firebrand Technologies.

  • Common Core

    Cut to the Core: New Standards After Common Core

    As students, teachers, and parents across the country gear up for the start of another school year, many are left wondering what the fate of the Common Core will be when they return to their districts.

  • Content / e-books

    BISG Higher Ed Study Shows Continuing Disruption

    New findings from BISG's ongoing survey of student and faculty attitudes show students will pay for solutions that reduce study time, improve outcomes.

  • Content / e-books

    Report: Libraries Struggling with E-books

    U.S libraries have made the most headway with e-books in libraries, but internationally, the situation remains problematic, according to a new report from the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA).

  • Content / e-books

    Court Grants Preliminary Approval to Apple Settlement

    As expected, Judge Denise Cote granted preliminary approval to a deal that would settle money damages arising from Apple’s e-book price-fixing case.

  • Libraries

    How E-book Subscription Programs Will Affect Libraries

    With the launch of Kindle Unlimited (KU), Amazon’s subscription service, consumer-oriented e-book subscription services are beginning to look like a coming thing.

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