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|Archived Since:||August 13, 2008|
Utility explosion caused millions of dollars in damage.
Author Slaughter calls budget cuts at libraries a tragedy.
While ebooks offer possibilities, libraries might be left behind.
Dean vows to fight decision; only library school in Louisiana.
Library adding 300,000 public domain works; watermarks now part of HathiTrust.
Panelists address misconceptions about teen/adult reading.
Click here for links to coverage of hot books, publishing trends, and more.
About 100,000 volumes from Scripps Library, mostly in public domain, now available.
Mandela's...African Folktales wins Audio of the Year at APA's 2010 Audies Gala.
Libraries help sell books, so electonic checkout, group purchases should be made available.
No role for libraries, but publishers and booksellers get their questions answered.
Also, the impact of social networking on marketing.
Publishers still must be convinced that econtent in libraries is not a threat.
Library, union signed contract in time of growth.
Gift from Leon Levy Foundation will transform ground floor area at Central Library.
20,000 mostly nonfiction ebooks to meet needs of "information-seeking patrons."
With over 2000 exhibitors, this year’s BookExpo America will be a challenge to negotiate. Where are the best galley giveaways? What authors are being featured? To help you plan your BEA trek, LJ's Editor of Prepub Alert, Barbara Hoffert, picks the not-to-be-missed events.
New York City librarian Tara Lannen-Stanon's food trails—complete with Google Maps and designed to help visiting BEA-goers navigate Manhattan’s myriad eateries—are organized by neighborhoods selected for their proximity to the Jacob K. Javits Center and the librarian-discounted hotels.
It’s all about content, context and multiple platform access and delivery; some assembly required,
If budget cuts go through, there could be 200 layoffs.