Library Journal Webcast Alert

Takin’ it the Street: Why Businesses, non-profits and libraries must change how they deliver service to their markets‏ Wednesday, September 30, 2:00 – 3:00 pm For more information and to ...

Emergency Response Planning in College Libraries

ACRL announces the publication of a new title, Emergency Response Planning in College Libraries, number 40 in the ACRL CLIP Notes series. Compiled by Marcia Thomas and Anke Voss, and edited by Thomas...

Save the Date – AAAS / Science

Science Translational Medicine Launches 7 Oct 2009 Science Translational Medicine, the new journal from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the publisher of Science, launc...

Medical Librarianship: Scholarships and Careers

The Medical Library Association is once again please to offer the following grants and scholarship opportunities to graduate and post-graduate library students: The MLA Scholarship The MLA Scholarshi...

Connect with the Charleston Conference

The Charleston Conference is now on Facebook and Twitter!  Tweet the Conference by posting to #chsconf09. Check it out and keep up with our latest announcements.

Public Engagement, SPEC Kit 312, Published by ARL

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has published Public Engagement, SPEC Kit 312, which explores the ways in which traditional “outreach” programs in academic libraries are evolv...

Collaborative Librarianship Call for Papers

Collaborative Librarianship – Call for Papers The journal welcomes articles, reports, reviews, and news items that pertain to any aspect of the nature, methodology, promotion, practice and concerns o...

New Issue of Collaborative Librarianship

The open access journal, Collaborative Librarianship, (eISSN: 1943-7528) has published a new issue, Vol. 1, no. 3. See the journal’s website, http://www.collaborativelibrarianship.org . While free of...

2008 Predictions

Somebody is going to figure out how to do electronic books right. There are too many smart companies out there trying. — Chuck Hamaker The e-only trend will slow down. — Katina Strauch Th...