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Remember Me Memoir Titles and Trends

Remember Me Memoir Titles and Trends

first memoir preview looks at the trends in this seasons bumper crop of life stories.

More Than 25 Organizations Join Forces with ALA to Unite Against Book Bans

Audiofiles 2022 Golden Voices Honors Announced Book Pulse

Sparring Partners by John Grisham Tops Holds Lists Book Pulse

History Previews, Dec. 2022, Pt. 2 Prepub Alert

LGBTQIA+ Fiction Recent Reviews in LJ

LGBTQIA+ Nonfiction Recent Reviews in LJ

LGBTQIA+ Fiction Recent Reviews in LJ

LGBTQIA+ Nonfiction Recent Reviews in LJ

Are You Going to ALA Annual in Washington DC?

Initiatives for Student Success: The Key Role of the Library

The Royal Danish Library: Supporting and Streamlining Services at a Uniquely Complex National Library

Are You Going to ALA Annual in Washington DC?

Initiatives for Student Success: The Key Role of the Library

The Royal Danish Library: Supporting and Streamlining Services at a Uniquely Complex National Library

Business as Unusual: LJs 2022 Public Library Fundraising Survey

s Fall 2021 Public Library Fundraising Survey demonstrate how the COVID-19 pandemic changed the ways libraries conducted their fund­raising. Like so much else in the library field, the pandemic forced library staff, administrators, and Friends groups to reconsider the best ways both to raise funds and utilize them.

Re-envisioning Web Preservation with The Weekly List Peer to Peer ReviewJordan Mitchell and Katie Rawson, Apr 28, 2022In 2021, the Annenberg Schools Library Archives accessioned the collection of Amy Siskinds Weekly List website; however, the path to get there was complicated, and the final gift looked quite different from how it was conceived in the initial conversation.

LJs College Student Library Usage Survey Reveals Positive Views, Inconsistent Engagements recent survey on College Student Library Usage, sponsored by ProQuest, looks at how students in American colleges and universities use their institutions libraries, and whether those libraries are meeting students needs.Most are pleased with the quality of resources provided, and more than three quarters feel the library contributes to their academic success. However, the number of visits, whether in-person or virtual, are hit-and-missas many students use the library more than 10 times a semester as never use it at all.

Ransomware attacksare on the rise, andseveral libraries havebeen hit by opportunistic criminals.

Circ Disrupted 2021 Materials SurveyCOVID shifts drove falling print circ and rising ebooks. But will it last?LJs 2021 Materials Survey looks at some of the last years trends.

Americas Star Libraries: The LJ Index of Public Library Service 2020Index of Public Library Service and Star Library ratings. The 2020 scores and ratings are based on FY18 data from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Public Library Survey (PLS). Because of that delay, they dont reflect the impact of the coronavirus; that wont be reflected in the data until 2022. The big news in this years edition is that successful retrievals of electronic information (e-retrievals)measuring usage of online content, such as databases, other than by title checkoutjoins the six other measures that determine the

How COVID-19 Has Transformed Reference Services for Public and Academic LibrariesWhether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.

First Jobs Out of Library School: Placements & Salary Survey 2020s annual Placements & Salaries survey reports on the experiences of LIS students who graduated and sought their first librarian jobs in the previous year: in this case, 2019. Salaries and full-time employment are up, but so are unemployment and the gender gap; 2019 graduates faced a mixed job market even before the pandemic.

Library and Archives Canada Announces Canadian Launch of the Names in the Landscape GeoportalFrom Library and Archives Canada: Today, Library and Archives Canada and the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917, with the generous support of the Embassy of Belgium and the Canadian War Museum, mark the Canadian launch of the Names in the Landscape geoportal. This online tool, developed through the support of the Flemish Government, identifies the locations []

Folger Shakespeare Library Announces Official Release of New Online Catalog Powered by TINDFrom The Collation by Julie Swierczek: In April we announced the preview of our new catalog, and now it is time to make it official: the new catalog is here! Visit it at The new catalog is powered by the TIND ILS (Integrated Library System). TIND is an official spin-off of CERN, the European []

Report: Project Jasper: The Story So FarFrom the DOAJ Blog: Project JASPER was announced on World Preservation Day in November 2020. The initiative was launched by DOAJ, CLOCKSS, Internet Archive, Keepers Registry and Public Knowledge Project to start addressing the problem of open access journals disappearing from the web. We thought it was time for another update on what has been []

Nonprofit Publisher Annual Reviews Acquires The Charleston AdvisorFrom an Annual Reviews Release: Nonprofit publisher Annual Reviews has acquired The Charleston Advisor, a widely used and respected collection development tool. The purchase closed today. We are pleased to welcome The Charleston Advisor to Annual Reviews, said Richard Gallagher, Publisher, and Editor-In-Chief. It is a good fit with our mission to synthesize and integrate knowledge []

Library Associations, Agencies, Workers Advocate for Early Vaccination PriorityWhen the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccines began to roll out in mid-December 2020, their distribution was immediately complicated by a shortage of doses and widespread uncertainty about who would be given priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued suggested guidelines for phased allocation. When it was not yet clear who would be next, many library workers, leaders, and associations began advocating for public facing library workers to be vaccinated as soon as feasible.

Where Are We: The Latest on Library Reopening StrategiesIn the messy middle of the pandemic, library leaders share how things have changed since March 2020, their takeways, and continuing challenges.

How COVID-19 Has Transformed Reference Services for Public and Academic LibrariesWhether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of books on the subject has been increasing exponentially. This introductory list, which will be updated regularly, is meant to help collection development librarians get started on determining which books work best for their collections.

Author Jamie Ford discusses his newest novel,A tale of inherited trauma, but also inherited hope, told in the matrilineal voices of generations of Chinese women.

Top Pre-Release Holds for July 2022 Audiobooks NonfictionThe top pre-release holds for July 2022 across nonfiction subjects.

Romances on audio that deepen characterization and enhance conversations.

SFF choices that create sound landscapes.

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