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Readers browsing books in bombed London library after WW2 air raid

London readrs browsing a WW2 bombed out library @HistoryinPix The library: Holland House, Kensington, London. Photo: 1940 ©English Heritage

Quashing voice

This is not news, but there have been enough instances of it lately that it seems worth mentioning: a common strategy for serials publishers and vendors who feel beleaguered is to…Read on @LibraryLoon

6 things I am wondering about discovery

More musings on and scrutiny of the knots of Discovery services… from Aaron Tay.

Redesigning the item record summary view in a library catalog and a discovery interface

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Char Booth: re-imagining libraries/acting on ideas in and outside collaborative cultures

Project Information Literacy Interview with Booth

What’s up?

Is it just greed? Is that what is behind the lawsuit over e-reserves and copyright infringement that publishers continue to pursue against Georgia State University? Read on… @ScholarlyCommunication_Duke

The big picture about peer-review

Speaking to a ‘bogus’ paper recently submitted to and accepted by an open access peer-reviewed journal, Scholarly Communications suggests that we look closely at “the limits of the label ‘peer-reviewed’,” adding that, it may be “open access itself that offers a better alternative.” Read more… @ScholarlyCommunications_Duke


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