Research/Reference: New Biomass Map to Stock of the World’s Carbon
Goldman Law Library exhibition catalog receives 2019 publication award
The Sheridan Libraries/Johns Hopkins University Acquires Rare Copy of 19th Century Essay
Journal Article: “The Information Behaviors of Fiction Writers: A Systematic Approach to an Understudied Information Community”
Kennedy Assassination Bullets Preserved in Digital Form
Journal Article: “Public Libraries Supporting Health and Wellness: A Literature Review”
LocHal Public Library (Tilburg, Netherlands) Named 2019 Building of the Year at World Architecture Festival
Video Recordings of Sessions From the 2nd Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Open Science Symposium are Now Available Online
Indiana University Reveals New Strategic Plan to Guide Care, Preservation, Use of More Than 220 Collections
Digital Collections: National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Alvin Ailey Photography Collection is Now Available to the Public Online, More Than 10,000 Photos Available
Video: “The Ancient Alexandria Library Anew for the 21st Century”
ALA Announces Sale of Chicago Headquarter Building
Library Renovations: Arizona State University’s Hayden Library to Reopen January 13, 2020
Britain Has Closed Almost 800 Libraries Since 2010, Figures Show
Public Access Submission System: “Making It Easier To Be Open: Johns Hopkins Engineers Innovative Platform For Repositories”
Roundup (December 6, 2019)
Digital Privacy: “Majority of Virginia Commonwealth University Students Refuse To Participate in Wi-Fi Tracking Program”
Library Systems: Ex Libris Announces Agreement to Acquire Innovative
Ransom Center/U. of Texas Announces Playwright Arthur Miller’s Archive is Now Open to Researchers
Playwright Arthur Miller’s Archive Opens to Researchers at Ransom Center at the U. of Texas at Austin
Report/Backgrounder: Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Peer Review
‘From East to West’ traces 170-year history of Yale’s Chinese Collection
DOAB and OAPEN, PKP and OpenCitations Latest Services to Earn SCOSS Recommendation as Second Funding Cycle Launches
Australia: State Library of Victoria Reopens After Five-Year, $88 Million Redevelopment
U.S. Senate Confirms Hugh Halpern as Government Publishing Office (GPO) Director
From Houston to Minneapolis: Lisa German Named Dean of Libraries at the University of Minnesota
Roundup (December 5, 2019)
Journal Article: “Scholarly Publishing Literacy at the University of South Florida Libraries: From Advising to Active Involvement”
UCLA Film & Television Archive Joins UCLA Library
The New Europe PMC is Here
Now Available: Keyword Searchable Video of Today’s U.S. House Judiciary Hearing on Constitutional Framework for Impeachment
Report: The Life of an American Library in Paris
Happy Birthday! Helsinki’s Award-Winning Central Library Oodi Turns One Year Old
New Report From ISI/Clarivate: “Multi-Authorship and Research Analytics”
Journal Article: “Finding Government Resources Online: A Webometric Study of Selective Federal Depository Library Websites”
Season One of the “Material Memory” Podcast From the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Debuts December 10th
Roundup (December 4, 2019)
Streaming Media: Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies (PULSIS) is Moving to a “Mediated” Access Model For Kanopy Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020
W3C Launches an Introduction to Web Accessibility Free Online Course in Cooperation with UNESCO IITE
New Data: U.S. Census Bureau Reports Nearly 77 Million Students Enrolled in U.S. Schools; Graduate School Enrollment Reaches 4 Million
New Resource: Launches
Journal Article: “Winnipeg’s Millennium Library Needs Solidarity, Not Security”
Oxford University Press Announces Agreement in Principle with Iowa State University Library For First US Read & Publish Deal
Report: Audiobooks Predicted to Overtake UK Ebook Sales in 2020
Report: Archivists Are Trying to Make Sure a ‘Pirate Bay of Science’ Never Goes Down
Roundup (December 3, 2019)
Roundup (December 2, 2019)
Rondup (December 2, 2019)
National Archives Awards $2.6 Million for Historical Records Projects (National Historical Publications and Records Commission)
Gifts to Penn Libraries Enrich Judaic Scholarship and Include Funding For World’s First Endowed Position in Judaica Digital Humanities
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