ATG: If Rumors were Horses 3/15/19

By Katina Strauch   Bernard F. Reilly is President of the Center for Research Libraries. He has written and spoken widely on issues surrounding the integrity and survival of critical documentation and evidence.  Since 2001 he has led the growth and expansion of...

The Digitization of Mistakes: An ATG Hot Topic

 By Kent Anderson   Recently, in response to a number of scandals that depended upon electronic communications their subjects thought were shared in confidence, NYU professor Scott Galloway described the basic problem as “the digitization of mistakes.” In so...

Welcome to the New ATG Hot Topics!

by Courtney McAllister After reflecting on some of the shortcomings associated with single author trend analysis, the ATG Team is pleased to introduce a bigger, better version of Hot Topics! Starting Monday, Hot Topics will bring together a wider range of voices to...

Conferences, Communities, and Sustaining Engagement: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although it feels like the semester has just begun, my calendar is rapidly filling up with appointments and meetings for upcoming conferences like Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L). The influx of conference preparation this week...

ATG: If Rumors were Horses

By Katina Strauch, Editor, Against the Grain   Happy New Year, everyone! We spent the vacation in Winston-Salem at the Graylyn Estate figuring that it would be best to stay out of my daughter and her husband’s hair since they now have three children and one was...

ATG: If Rumors were Horses 3/15/19

By Katina Strauch   Bernard F. Reilly is President of the Center for Research Libraries. He...

The Digitization of Mistakes: An ATG Hot Topic

 By Kent Anderson   Recently, in response to a number of scandals that depended upon...

Welcome to the New ATG Hot Topics!

by Courtney McAllister After reflecting on some of the shortcomings associated with single author...

Conferences, Communities, and Sustaining Engagement: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although it feels like the semester has just begun, my calendar is rapidly...

ATG: If Rumors were Horses

By Katina Strauch, Editor, Against the Grain   Happy New Year, everyone! We spent the...

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