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    The Week in Libraries: September 24, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: A breakthrough on copyright reform; the editor of 'The Nation' links good libraries and democracy; and an EBSCO report predicts 5%-6% serials inflation for 2019.

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    Reclaiming Reference at the Library

    For librarians, reference work today is increasingly about community service.

  • Libraries

    Can You Believe It?: PW Talks with Donald Barclay

    PW talks to author and librarian Donald Barlcay about his new book, 'Fake News, Propaganda, and Plain Old Lies.'

  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: September 14, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: A controversial proposal to reform copyright advances in Europe; ICE wants to destroy records of detainee abuse; and the 2018 National Book Award longlists are out.

  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: September 7, 2018

    Among this week's headlines: Librarians react to another change in the library e-book market; Google pulls a no-show at a Senate hearing; And if you're looking for office space in Chicago, hit up the ALA.

  • Libraries

    Penguin Random House Changes Library E-book Lending Terms

    Beginning October 1, 2018, PRH is moving from a perpetual access model (where libraries pay a higher price but retain access to the e-book forever) to a metered model (with lower prices on e-books that expire after two years).

  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: August 24, 2018

    Among this week's headlines: A newly released study shows a dramatic slide in reading among teens; ALA rescinds controversial policy change on letting 'hate groups' use the library meeting rooms; And NYPL launches Insta Novels program on Instagram.

  • Content / e-books

    Librarians Question Tor’s E-book Embargo

    Librarians have been looking at the data and they say Macmillan’s recent claim that library e-book lending is having a “direct and adverse” impact on science fiction publisher Tor’s retail e-book sales appears to be more fiction than science.

  • Libraries

    A Dystopian Twist for Library E-Books

    Why Tor’s decision to embargo new e-book releases in libraries is a wake-up call for librarians.

  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: August 10, 2018

    Nominate your local librarian for a 2018 'I Love My Librarian' award; How librarians find that elusive book you can't quite recall; And Facebook removes a purveyor of hate speech, but Twitter hedges.

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