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    BookExpo's Librarians' Lounge 2018: For Baker & Taylor, Libraries Are "The Great Equalizer”

    Stop by the Librarians’ Lounge (Booth 1856) to speak with Baker & Taylor representatives, who will be on hand throughout BookExpo.

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    Why the Senate Vote to Save Net Neutrality Is More than 'Symbolic'

    The Week in Libraries, May 18, 2018: Among this week's headlines, the Senate votes to save net neutrality; How climate change is threatening libraries; Education Week looks at the ranks of our school librarians.

  • Publisher News

    Textbook Authors Sue Cengage Over Subscription Service

    Two authors have filed a federal lawsuit against the educational publisher, alleging that the company’s new subscription platform will improperly cost them sales and royalty payments.

  • Libraries

    It’s Official: Net Neutrality Rules Will End June 11

    The Week in Libraries, May 11, 2018: Among the headlines this week, net neutrality is given one month to live; And it was a good week for public libraries in Ohio.

  • Libraries

    Michelle Obama to Deliver Opening Keynote at 2018 ALA Conference

    Her appearance at the conference is sponsored by Penguin Random House, which will publish her much-anticipated memoir, 'Becoming,' on November 13, 2018 via its Crown division.

  • Libraries

    Librarians Set to Descend on Capitol Hill for National Library Legislative Day

    The Week in Libraries, May 4, 2018: Among this week's headlines, librarians prepare to make their case to lawmakers in Washington D.C. as a rescission package looms; Congress could wade into the net neutrality battle.

  • Copyright

    After 17 Years of Litigation, 'Freelance' Writers Finally Collect

    Payments of more than $9 million have finally been issued to thousands of freelance writers following the 2014 settlement of a class action case filed in the wake of the landmark Tasini vs. New York Times, the seminal legal battle of the digital publishing era.

  • Libraries

    University Presses Are Not in Crisis

    The Week in Libraries, April 27, 2018: Among the headlines this week, changing the narrative on university press publishing; FSU says it will bail on its "unsustainable" Elsevier contract; and, is open access making a difference yet?

  • Libraries

    For Libraries, It Was a Good Week on Capitol Hill

    The Week in Libraries, April 20, 2018: Among this week's headlines, a copyright treaty to extend book access to the blind and print disabled sails through its Senate hearing; Support builds for FY2019 federal library funding.

  • Publisher News

    OUP Moves Up Forthcoming Book on Facebook

    The press is crashing Siva Vaidhyanathan’s 'Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy' for a June publication.

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