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Call for Papers for congress 11 – 13 November, UNAM IIBI Mexico

Call for Papers for congress 11 – 13 November, UNAM IIBI Mexico: International Congress of Sustainable Digital Archives : Preservation and Access to Audio and Visual Collections for the future societies Estimad@s: El Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecologicas y de la Informacion (IIBI) de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), […]

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A Collection Management course

THE WAY I SEE IT: Tony Horava. “Teaching students what we do: A collection management course.”

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Follow up on ACD-CETYS Tijuana-Ensenada Workshop

FOLLOW-UP TO THE INTEREST CREATED BY IFLA´S INTERNATIONAL “SEMINAR ON GLOBAL TRENDS IN ACQUISITION, COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN ACADEMIC AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN EMERGING COUNTRIES: ROUNDTABLE AND TRAINING”  In June 2013 a “Seminar on Global Trends in Acquisition, Collection Development and Management in Academic and Public Libraries in Emerging […]

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ALCTS Web Course: Fundamentals of Acquisitions

ALCTS Web Course: Fundamentals of Acquisitions Session 1: March 2 – April 10, 2015 This six-week online course is a basic primer for library acquisitions concepts common to all library materials formats. It covers:         Goals and methods of acquiring monographs and serials in all formats;         Theoretical foundations and workflows of […]

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Issue Brief on GSU E-Reserves Case Now Available

ARL has released an issue brief about the recent US Court of Appeals decision in the Georgia State University (GSU) case concerning the use of excerpts of academic books for electronic course reserves. The issue brief, “Fair Use Decision Making Post–Georgia State,” summarizes the Eleventh Circuit’s opinion and what the […]

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Book News: Happiness Study Says Library Trips Are As Good As A Pay Raise

Read this NPR article here.

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ALA IFLA 2014 Acquisition and Collection Development Section Report

Read the report here.

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