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V33#6 December, 2021/January, 2022 Table of Contents

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ISSUES, NEWS, & GOINGS ON

Rumors p. 1

From Your Editor p. 6

Letters to the Editor p. 6

Advertising Deadlines p. 6

Table of Contents for Against the Grain Online Articles p. 49

FEATURES

The Past, Present and Future of Web Preservation p. 1

Building Web Collections: Cooperation Past and Future p. 11

Transnational Collaborative Web Archiving: The International Internet Preservation Consortium p. 14

A Look Back at the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation’s Web Resources Collection Program p. 17

Collecting from the Web: Collection Development Policy in the Born-Digital Universe p. 20

The Dangerous Complacency of “Web Archiving” Rhetoric p. 22

Back Talk — Rip Van Winkle Returns to Charleston! p. 62

REVIEWS

Reader’s Roundup: Monographic Musings & Reference Reviews p. 24

Booklover — Timely p. 30

LEGAL ISSUES

Legally Speaking — Music Modernization Act Follow-Up p. 32

Questions and Answers — Copyright Column p. 34

PUBLISHING

Bet You Missed It p. 10

Don’s Conference Notes p. 36

TECHNOLOGY & STANDARDS AND TEACHING & LEARNING

Learning Belongs in the Library — Exploring the Role of the Library in Curriculum Design and Course Technology Support Centered on Affordability, Engagement, and OER p. 38

Library Analytics: Shaping the Future — Comparing Apples to Cumquats: The Past and Future of Library Analytics p. 40

Let’s Get Technical — Subject Heading Prediction p. 43

BOOKSELLING AND VENDING

Biz of Digital — Library Equipment Lifecycle Planning & The Triple Bottom Line: Initial Steps Towards More Sustainable IT Management at an Academic Library p. 46

Optimizing Library Services — Charleston Conference Recap: A Year of Progress p. 50

The Digital Toolbox — Extracurricular Content in Academic Libraries: Trends, Challenges & Collaboration p. 54

ATG INTERVIEWS & PROFILES

Joyce Ray – Senior Lecturer and Program Coordinator, Digital Curation Certificate Program in Museum and Heritage Studies at Johns Hopkins University p. 56

Profiles Encouraged p. 59

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