ATG Caught My Eye

ATG Caught My Eye

The Library Employment Landscape appears in American Libraries and claims that "with the pandemic’s one-year anniversary behind us, the employment landscape for librarians has become even rockier and more unstable for entry-level candidates...." Get Ready for the Next...

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ATG Caught My Eye – April 19, 2021

Chronicling Publishing’s Digital Disputes is published on the Publishing Perspectives authored by Richard Charkin Ascending into an Open Future: ACRL 2021 Conference opens with multiple views on access is by Amy Carlton and appears in American Libraries Ebook Sales...

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ATG’s Caught My Eye

Keeping the Pages Turning at Duke Libraries was posted in Duke Today and highlights how Duke’s libraries have implemented creative ways in a year long pandemic to meet the community’s essential research needs, while at the same time, providing "a valuable constant in...

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ATG Caught My Eye – 2/3/21

Farewell Print Textbook Reserves: A COVID-19 Change to Embrace This post is by Stephen Bell and it appears in the ESUCAUSE Review. He argues that "the COVID-19 pandemic and the move to remote learning are contributing to the demise of reserves, at least for print...

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ATG Caught My Eye – 11/23/20

State of Open Monograph Series: Author Attitudes Toward Open Access is the most recent article by Peter Potter, Publishing Director in the University Libraries at Virginia Tech, a series of which he is posting on the Digital Science website. This latest article is...

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ATG Caught My Eye 9/10/20

IOP Moves to Universal Double-blind Peer Review: An Interview with Kim Eggleton is a Scholarly Kitchen post in which Rick Anderson interviews Kim Eggleton of the Institute of Physics (IOP). The interview focuses on the publisher's recently announced move to "100%...

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ATG Caught My Eye 8/11/20

The Pandemic Pushed Publishing Into the Digital Realm. So What's Next? This post is by Steve Sieck, president of SKS Advisors, a consulting firm serving publishers and information services providers. In it, Mr. Sieck argues that the pandemic hasn't changed the future,...

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