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7 statements library professionals should rethink in 2019
Public libraries | Library services | Library advocacy | Best practices | Access by Jane Cowell and Ian Anstice | Princh   Another year has ended and now it is a great
time for library professionals to look back at their activity and plan
for 2019 with a ...

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The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves
Nazi Loot | Stolen books | Holocaust | Jewish libraries The
Nazis left the task of creating inventories for the millions of books
they seized to a special task force, members of which are seen here in
Estonia. Credit Credit Yad Vashem Photo Archives   By...

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Bibliotherapy: how reading and writing have been healing trauma since World War I
Bibliotherapy | War trauma | World War I | Wounded veterans 15 November 2018 Longshaw Lodge Convalescent Home for Wounded Soldiers, Grindleford, near Sheffield. Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums Bibliotherapy – the idea that reading can have a beneficial effec...

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Remembering the Howard University Librarian Who Decolonized the Way Books Were Catalogued
African-American History | Cataloguing |Racial bias by Zita Cristina Nunes American Historical Association's Perspectives on History November 26, 2018 Dorothy Porter challenged the racial bias in the Dewey Decimal System, putting black schol...

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TBLC Talk: Andrew Beman-Cavallaro on Mentoring in Librarianship – March 2015
Mentoring | Librarianship | Professional advice | Career Development Andrew Beman-Cavallaro, Associate Director of Libraries at Pasco-Hernando
State College Spring Hill Campus, talks about Mentoring in
Librarianship in this session of TBLC Talks.

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Oper Invitation: Fall Reception of the New York Library Club, Inc. Thursday, 18th October 2018
Library event  | Networking | Professional Library Organizations Are you a librarian? Library Student? Writer? Publisher? Looking to network with other like professionals? The New York Library Club, Inc. invites you to their annual Fall kick-off reception: ...

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Reclaiming Reference at the Library
Reference | Public libraries | Information seeking For librarians, reference work today is increasingly about community service by Sari Feldman

| Sep 14, 2018      .......   Then Came Google... In
the late 1990s, as internet search engines wer...
Reclaiming Reference at the Library
Reclaiming Reference at the Library

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To Restore Civil Society, Start With the Library | Opinion
Louie Chin Libraries | Society | Public service This crucial institution is being neglected just when we need it the most. By Eric Klinenberg Mr. Klinenberg is a sociologist. Sept. 8, 2018   Is the public library obsolete?  A
lot of powerful forces in soci...

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Do College Librarians Have Academic Freedom? Amid Push, California’s ‘Will Not Be Silent’
Academic Freedom | Academic Librarians | Higher Education By Lindsay Ellis August 27, 2018   E laine Franco didn’t think the title of her
presentation at the American Library Association’s midwinter meeting six
years ago was all that controversial: "Copy ...

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How an Artist Is Rebuilding a Baghdad Library Destroyed During the Iraq War
Iraq | Foreign libraries | Gulf War |Libraries “168:01,” an installation now on view at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, e ncourages visitors to donate books to the University of Baghdad    By Brigit Katz August 15, 2018   Aly Manji      I n
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