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V34#3 June, 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

FEATURES

Library Marketing — What Academic Libraries Can Learn from Winners of the John Cotton Dana Awards and Librarians Focused on Public Relations p. 12

Q&A with 2018 John Cotton Dana Award Winner, DC Public Library p. 14

How Spartanburg County Libraries Improved Census Participation p. 16

John Cotton Dana Award Winner’s “Amplify 817” Campaign: Music to Fort Worth’s Ears p. 18

How Edmonton Public Library’s Revitalization Led to a John Cotton Dana Award p. 22

Tips to Run a Successful John Cotton Dana Award Campaign from Anchorage Public Library p. 24

Back Talk — Bridges Over Troubled Waters p. 58

REVIEWS

Reader’s Roundup: Monographic Musings & Reference Reviews p. 26

Booklover — Pondering Poetry p. 30

LEGAL ISSUES

Legally Speaking — States Unsuccessful in Providing Financial Relief of eBook Terms for Libraries p. 32

Questions and Answers — Copyright Column p. 34

PUBLISHING

Bet You Missed It p. 10

And They Were There — Reports of Meetings p. 36

Phoenix Rising: The Council of Science Editor’s 2022 Annual Meeting p. 40

TECHNOLOGY & STANDARDS AND TEACHING & LEARNING

Learning Belongs in the Library — Supporting the First-Year Research and Writing Experience p. 41

Let’s Get Technical — OER Program at Middle Tennessee State University through a Tennessee Board of Regents Grant p. 42

BOOKSELLING AND VENDING

Optimizing Library Services – Library Collections and DEIA: Progress and Opportunities p. 44

Biz of Digital — An IR Workflow and its Ethics:  Extending Services beyond the Privileged who can Afford to Pay APCs p. 47

The Digital Toolbox — How Libraries are Playing an Important Role in Supporting Mental Health on Campus p. 48

ATG INTERVIEWS & PROFILES

Kerry Ward – Executive Director, Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures p. 50

Alicia Wise – Executive Director of CLOCKSS p. 51

Joanna Ball – Managing Director, Directory of Open Access Journals p. 53

Profiles Encouraged p. 56

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