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 Quirkies: 13 MUST-READ LAUGH-OUT-LOUD MYSTERIES

13 MUST-READ LAUGH-OUT-LOUD MYSTERIES is by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Darynda Jones and it appears on the CrimeReads website. "While many of our favorite mysteries have humor in them (thank you Agatha Christie, Craig Johnson, Nevada Barr…I could...

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