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    The Skillset Podcast #2: Angela Craig, Director of the Charleston County (SC) Public Library

    In this week's episode Angela Craig talks with hosts David Lankes and Nicole Cooke about what it’s like to run a library 'one week at a time' and shares her take on the library as a platform, how the physical and digital elements of the library work together, and how the library platform has to connect the very local to the broad community.

  • Libraries

    Introducing ‘The Skillset Podcast' with R. David Lankes and Nicole A. Cooke

    Each week 'The Skillset Podcast' will illuminate the complex issues facing libraries and other key institutions in these unprecedented times. Episode One, available now, features hosts David Lankes and Nicole Cooke in discussion with Tamara King, Head of Community Engagement at the Richland Public Library.

  • Publisher News

    DoJ Sues Author of Melania Trump Tell-All

    The Department of Justice this week filed suit against Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend of first lady Melania Trump, alleging that she violated a nondisclosure agreement by publishing a tell-all book, 'Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady.'

  • Libraries

    A Reset for Library E-books

    In the wake of the pandemic, can publishers and libraries finally hash out their differences?

  • Copyright

    Publishers Escape Fee Award as GSU E-Reserves Case Finally Ends

    In a 14-page final order in the case, Judge Orinda Evans opted not to order the plaintiff publishers to pay GSU's attorney fees.

  • Publisher News

    Follett, Baker & Taylor Offer Business Update at Annual Summit

    During a recent webinar, executives from Baker & Taylor and parent company Follett described how the school and library market has changed in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

  • Libraries

    ALA Releases List of Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books

    'The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian' topped the ALA's list of the most banned and challenged books between 2010-2019.

  • Libraries

    Ohio Library Board Reverses Decision to End ALA Membership for 'Leaning to the Left'

    In seeking to end support for ALA, some library board members at the Medina County District Library in Ohio complained that the organization's support for racial and social justice issues was too politically partisan.

  • Publisher News

    Allan Adler to Leave AAP

    In a brief announcement this week, the Association of American Publishers announced that longtime executive Allan Adler will leave his position as executive v-p and general counsel of the organization, effective October 15.

  • Copyright

    Librarian of Congress Taps USPTO Veteran Shira Perlmutter as Next Register of Copyrights

    In a statement, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden praised Perlmutter for her "deep knowledge of domestic and international copyright law and policy" and a "background in negotiating international intellectual property agreements.” Perlmutter will assume her role in late October.

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