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1) This article was in Publishing Perspectives – Industry Discussions: France’s Publishers Look at Author Income by Eric Dupuy

In France, a challenging dialogue between authors and publishers continues, despite differences of opinion. Even with unprecedented signs of transparency, publishers are having trouble placating authors on the thorny issue of author income.

To put a complex issue into simple terms, authors’ organizations say they believe that what writers are paid isn’t commensurate with the work they do, and that publishers take advantage of a lack of transparency to underpay them.

Publishing Perspectives.com

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3)It’s exciting to report that Jeffrey Bardzell, associate dean for faculty and graduate affairs in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University, has been selected School of Information and Library Science dean, effective April 1. Bardzell is a well-established interdisciplinary researcher in human-computer interaction and design, with more than 100 peer-reviewed publications and an academic career that spans humanities, design computing and social science. His research has focused on creativity, criticality and design thinking; aesthetic interaction and experience design; social informatics and participatory design; and AI and more-than-human design. Additionally, Jeff has led or co-led research totaling $13 million in external grants, and he has received over a dozen awards for research, teaching and service. Jeff joins SILS during record growth in enrollment and grant funding and is poised to continue its success. Ranked the No. 2 information and library science program by U.S. News and World Report, SILS is a global leader in digital curation, health informatics, information interaction and retrieval, social informatics and librarianship of the 21st century.

Said the Provost: I am grateful to Gary Marchionini, dean, and Cary C. Boshamer, Distinguished Professor, for his 13 years of leadership. He has helped to build SILS into the thriving school it is today, and we wish him the best as he returns to the faculty.

4)I could get lost in the historyfacts.com website. Just laughed at this one about whether Caesar salad is named for Julius Caesar. 🤣

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