Category: Librarians’ Resources
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Out Behind the Desk: Workplace Issues for LGBTQ Librarians (a working title), edited by Tracy Nectoux and published by Library Juice Press as part of the series … Read more Call for submissions: Out Behind the Desk
Librarians, in my experience, are mostly ambivalent about Wikipedia, and we have good reason for our ambivalence. Wikipedia is a new phenomenon, which means it requires reflection and thought in … Read more Wikipedia as an auxiliary reference tool
The African Studies Center with MATRIX digital humanities center at Michigan State University’s announce the launch of the new African Activist Archive Project (http://africanactivist.msu.edu). This project is preserving records and … Read more African Activist Archive Project
When you start a business, your thinking starts to change, and sometimes you start to have thoughts you wouldn’t have had before, such as…. So, from now until the end … Read more 25% off on three or more books ’till March 1st
This is semi random, but I thought it might be interesting to see what comes to your minds in answer to the question: What is your favorite Wikipedia page? I … Read more Library Juice Readers: What is your favorite Wikipedia page?
Just published: Information and Liberation: Writings on the Politics of Information and Librarianship Author: Shiraz Durrani Price: $45.00 (or £22.00) ISBN: 978-0-9802004-0-9 7″ by 10″ 385 Pages Printed on acid-free … Read more Shiraz Durrani anthology – Information and Liberation