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The Palace Project launches new platform and app to enable equitable econtent access – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 6/3/22

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Library Technology Guides report that “The Palace Project, the nonprofit library-centered platform and ereader app for digital content and services, announced its official launch . Informed by librarians and supported by a multi-year, multi-million dollar investment from the Knight Foundation, The Palace Project is an easy-to-use platform for the management and delivery of ebooks, audiobooks and other econtent and puts libraries at the center of their communities’ digital experience...”


According to infoDOCKETThe American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) announces the recipients of its 2022 awards, including the Emerging Leader Award, Minority Leadership Development Award, Public Access to Government Information Award, Robert L. Oakley Advocacy Award, and Volunteer Service Award...”


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Open Texas 2022. The second annual Open Texas conference will again convene librarians, faculty, administrators, and other open education practitioners and advocates in Texas and beyond. The 2022 conference will be held fully online and FREE to attend. This year’s conference theme, “The Labor of Open Education,” invites participants to reflect on the work, creativity, art, and science of open education. View the Call for Proposals.

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