ATG Book of the Week: Opportunity for All

ATG Book of the Week of April 18, 2011 Opportunity for All: How the American Public Benefits from Internet Access at US Libraries. The US Impact Study: A Research Initiative examining the impact of f...

ATG Hot Topic of the Week: Digital Public Library

by Dennis Brunning, Arizona State University Glen Beck exiting stage left–or right…but in library land: mainstream media (or Beck Palin lamestream media) picks up the key library story of...

ATG Star of the Week: Xan Arch, Reed College

Name: Xan Arch Title:  Collection Development Librarian Organization: Reed College email: xanadu@reed.edu Born and lived: Born in Portland, OR, moved to the San Francisco Bay Area for college, then w...

ATG Book of the Week: Information Concepts

Information Concepts: From Books to Cyberspace Identities by Gary Marchionini. Morgan and Claypool, 2010. 9781598299625 (paperback) 9781598299632 (ebook) 91 pages Synthesis Lectures in Information Co...

Star of the Week: Sanford Thatcher

Name Sanford G. Thatcher Title Director Emeritus Organization Penn State University Press address 8201 Edgewater Drive, Frisco, TX 75034 phone 214-705-1939 email sandy.thatcher@alumni.princeton.edu w...

"I Wonder" Wednesday: Google Book Settlement

What are you thoughts on the Google Book Settlement?  Dennis Brunning said “Thank You, Judge Chin” in our Hot Topic of the Week last Friday.  Rick Anderson kept score on the Scholarly Kit...

ATG Article of the Week: Steal this E-Book

ATG Article of the Week, March 29, 2011  Steal this E-Book by Jon Bruner. Forbes, April 11, 2011, pg. 24 (print issue). This is actually a one-page interview (two pages on the Web) with Tim O’Reilly ...

ATG Book of the Week: In Praise of Copying

ATG Book of the Week March 28, 2011 In Praise of Copying by Marcus Boon. Cambridge, Mass, Harvard University Press, 2010. 285 pages 978-0-674-0478-3-9 I am looking forward to reading this book (in pr...