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    The Week in Libraries: November 9, 2018

    Among the headlines this week: Mixed results for libraries at the polls; the battle over Europe's bold open access plan heats up, as AAP and other stakeholders weigh in; and Tim Berners-Lee pushes his plan to save the Internet.

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    The Week in Libraries: November 2, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: Libraries hope to win at the ballot box; NYPL sends a 'powerful' message via its library card design; and a look at how the battle over privacy is shaping up in Congress.

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    The Week in Libraries: October 26, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: Why it's time to end the long-running GSU e-reserves case; uncertainty grows for library e-books; and a lawsuit over 'Drag Queen Story Time.'

  • News

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  • Copyright

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    Barring a settlement, the decade-old copyright case could still be far from a conclusion.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

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  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: October 19, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: On library e-books, the world is watching; how some university presses are taking control of their e-book sales; and RIP Todd Bol, founder of the Little Free Library movement.

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    The Winnetka Public Library, outside Chicago, underwent a stunning transformation—and other libraries can, too.

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    How 'Bigness' Is Failing America: PW Talks to Tim Wu

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