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Which Version of American History to Teach Texas High Schoolers? -
How Ninja Librarians are Ensuring Patrons' Electronic Privacy -
No Devices, No Talking...Just Silence and Reading -
Wesleyan U. Librarian Fired for Disagreeing -
Something is Rotten at the Queens (NYC) Library -
Is the library dead? The answer is complicated -
James Wells, ex- Newberry Library expert, dies -
Book News: Millennials Reading More Than Older Americans, Study Finds -
How 'Gatsby' Went From A Moldering Flop To A Great American Novel -
Experience the power of a bookbook™ -
The Beast, the Eunuch and the Glass-eyed Child: Television in the 80's -
Joan Rivers – Honorary Librarian -
Marketing the author properly is a challenge for the book publishing business -
One family’s quest to give Chinese orphans a happy home -
Librarianship: A Philosophical Investigation -
Librarians Are A Luxury Chicago Public Schools Can't Afford -
How a book designer plucks a vision from an author’s pages -
Ex-Iowa library director faces felony charges over $23,000 in improper payments -
The Floating Libraries of Minnesota and New York -
Correction to Cites & Insights 14:9 -
Cites & Insights 14:9 (September 2014) available -
"A Word to the Easily Confused" *snort* - John Dupuis
I deleted my blog post because I was unhappy about it. This one, I'm happy with. The key: If you're going to dismiss work as worthless because it appears somewhere other than in a refereed journal, that dismissal needs to apply to blogs as well as periodicals. And yes, I'm now explicitly calling C&I a periodical, not a journal, although by any dictionary definition it's both. - Walt Crawford
Would You Want to Work In a Bookless Library? -
Update on the Ferguson, MO Library -
Report from Monrovia - Letter from Mike Weah, the Liberian Librarian -
Interview with Chattanooga's new Coordinator of Teen Services, Justin Hoenke -
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