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Disney Archivist | Cool Library Jobs

Growing up, Rebecca Cline adored the film Mary Poppins, but as a budding Disney fan, she had no idea that one day she would have an up-close view of the carousel horses that the titular nanny and her charges ride, or the snow globe that Mary holds as she sings “Feed the Birds.” The director of the Walt Disney Archives, Cline now has access to these props and many others.


Fine-Free: It's Time | Editorial

Meredith Schwartz, Nov 01, 2021
The movement in public libraries toward eliminating late fines for borrowed materials is equitable—and practical.

Global Change Games | Programs That Pop

Karen Ciccone, Nov 04, 2021
A team at North Carolina State University Libraries has created the Global Change Games series to help engage students with global change topics.

Careers During COVID: Placements and Salaries Survey 2021

Suzie Allard, Oct 27, 2021
2020 LIS graduates faced a dip in salaries, an increase in remote work, and a drop in satisfaction, but not a major rise in unemployment.

Catherine Sheldrick Ross | Remembrances

Catherine Sheldrick Ross died on September 11. Professor, dean, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, she was a renowned library and information scholar. She leaves a legacy of research and publications critical to reader, reference, and public services.
Barbara Hoffert, Feb 04, 2021
COVID shifts drove falling print circ and rising ebooks. But will it last? LJ's 2021 Materials Survey looks at some of the last year's trends.
Keith Curry Lance, Dec 21, 2020
This is the 13th year of the LJ Index of Public Library Service and Star Library ratings. The 2020 scores and ratings are based on FY18 data from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Public Library Survey (PLS). Because of that delay, they don’t reflect the impact of the coronavirus; that won’t be reflected in the data until 2022. The big news in this year’s edition is that successful retrievals of electronic information (e-retrievals)—measuring usage of online content, such as databases, other than by title checkout—joins the six other measures that determine the LJ Index.
Mahnaz Dar, Nov 10, 2020
Whether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.
Suzie Allard, Oct 15, 2020
Library Journal’s annual Placements & Salaries survey reports on the experiences of LIS students who graduated and sought their first librarian jobs in the previous year: in this case, 2019. Salaries and full-time employment are up, but so are unemployment and the gender gap; 2019 graduates faced a mixed job market even before the pandemic.
Gary Price, Nov 11, 2021
From the Acquisition Announcement: Spotify Technology today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Findaway, a global leader in digital audiobook distribution. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. [Clip] “Together with Spotify we have the opportunity to innovate and democratize the audiobook ecosystem,” said Findaway Founder & CEO Mitch Kroll. “We […]
Gary Price, Nov 11, 2021
From North Carolina State University Libraries (via YouTube): Join Micah [Vandergrift] and special guests on Twitch for a conversation about open science! This special session will feature Dr. Maggie Simon and Dr. Carlos Goller, examining contracts for their academic publications (journals and monographs). The discussion will be guided by Will Cross, Director of the Open […]
Gary Price, Nov 11, 2021
From the National University of Singapore: Launched online today is the culmination of 16 years of tireless dedication: a compilation of over 1,700 contemporary book reviews of Darwin’s works, in 16 languages and spanning the years 1835 to the early 20th century. This collection of book reviews has been added to Darwin Online, the most […]
Gary Price, Nov 11, 2021
From Baylor University: When the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project (BGMRP) launched at Baylor University in 2006, its physical presence was limited to a small space in Moody Memorial Library. Now, some 15 years later, the BGMRP has a digital presence encompassing thousands of archival recordings, a place in a permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian’s […]
Lisa Peet, Feb 09, 2021
When the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccines began to roll out in mid-December 2020, their distribution was immediately complicated by a shortage of doses and widespread uncertainty about who would be given priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued suggested guidelines for phased allocation. When it was not yet clear who would be next, many library workers, leaders, and associations began advocating for public facing library workers to be vaccinated as soon as feasible.
Erica Freudenberger, Feb 02, 2021
In the messy middle of the pandemic, library leaders share how things have changed since March 2020, their takeways, and continuing challenges.
Mahnaz Dar, Nov 10, 2020
Whether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.
LJ Reviews, Oct 14, 2020
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of books on the subject has been increasing exponentially. This introductory list, which will be updated regularly, is meant to help collection development librarians get started on determining which books work best for their collections.
Lisa Peet,  Nov 11, 2021
The 2021 Charleston Conference, held as a hybrid of in-person and virtual events, reflected many of the concerns of academic librarianship in the COVID-19 era. Sessions were lively and engaging, with a focus on practical information and an eye on ways to ensure that services and programs would remain sustainable in uncertain times.
LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting to read The Dark Hours by Michael Connelly.
LJ Reviews,  Nov 10, 2021
Best sellers in engineering and technology, October 2020 to date, as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO.
Brad Rouse,  Nov 10, 2021
The Hispanic population is the fastest growing demographic segment in the United States today. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of people identifying as Hispanic reached 64.1 million in 2020, an increase of nearly 1 million individuals over the previous year.  Publishers have also welcomed this growing market with expanded resources and great enthusiasm.

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