ATG News & Announcements 11/2/17

ACRL Comments to NLM on Next-Generation Data Science Challenges in Health and Biomedicine;  *College & Research Libraries – November 2017;  *Philly’s Barnes Foundation Embraces Open Access, Makin...

ATG Quirkies: The Found Art of Expired Library Books

This post from The Guardian entitled Borrowing history: ‘expired’ library books – in pictures features American photographer Kerry Mansfield and her unique take on expired library books. ...

ATG People in the News 11/1/17

John Bracken Named Executive Director of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) infoDOCKET reports that “the Digital Public Library of America is pleased to announce that John S. Bracken ...

ATG Job Bank 10/30/17

Professional Career Opportunities Boston University; UNC-Chapel Hill  – Health Sciences Librarian for Collections and Instruction; UNC-Chapel Hill  –  Community Outreach & Global Heal...

ATG News & Announcements 10/28/17

ARL National Digital Stewardship Residency Concludes with Release of OSF Toolkit;  *ARL Awarded Sloan Grant to Help Preserve Software, Save Cultural Record, Advance Discovery;  *California Digital Li...

ATG People in the News 10/27/18

Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden, Delivers Keynote Address at 2017 CILIP Conference in UK infoDOCKET notes that a video recording of Dr. Carla Hayden’s keynote address at the 2017 CILIP (Chart...

ATG Quirkies: Pumpkin Spice Knows No Limits

Check out these unique halloween takes on some Russian literary classics as the Electric Literature website presents Pumpkin Spice Dostoevsky. (Thanks to John Riley of Gabriel Books for providing ATG...

ATG Conferences, Meetings and Webinars 10/27/17

Professional Growth & Development Opportunities ALCTS; ACRL/Choice; (3 webinars) IASSIST & CARTO; (Canada) National Acquisitions Group (UK) CILIP (UK) ALCTS webinar: Just catalog it! Providin...

ATG Quirkies: Napoleon’s Kindle

In this post, the Open Culture website reveals something that only an Napoleon aficionado might know.  A voracious reader, the French Emperor had his own miniaturized traveling library that he took o...