New book: The Psychology of Librarianship

The Psychology of Librarianship Editors: Lynn Gullickson Spencer, Leanne VandeCreek, and H. Stephen Wright Price: $45.00 Published: November 2015 ISBN: 978-1-63400-016-1 406 pages Printed on acid-free paper Available for pre-order now on Amazon… The Psychology of Librarianship is a collection of scholarly essays on the role of psychology in libraries and library work. It is … Read more New book: The Psychology of Librarianship

New Book by Joseph Weizenbaum

Islands in the Cyberstream Seeking Havens of Reason in a Programmed Society Author: Joseph Weizenbaum with Gunna Wendt Translator: Benjamin Fasching-Gray Price: $28.00 ISBN: 978-1-63400-000-0 Published: October 2015 Printed on acid-free paper. Joseph Weizenbaum is best known in the English-speaking world for his 1976 popular critique of artificial intelligence, Computer Power and Human Reason. His … Read more New Book by Joseph Weizenbaum

Interview with Lauren Hays

Lauren Hays is the Instructional and Research Librarian and the Co-Director of the Center for Games and Learning at MidAmerica Nazarene University. She holds an undergraduate degree in education, a masters in library science, a masters in educational technology, and a graduate certificate in online teaching and learning. She is co-teaching two classes for Library … Read more Interview with Lauren Hays

Tweet-up on sustainability in libraries and archives

Join a Tweet-up with ProjectARCC & SustainRT on sustainability in libraries and archives on October 19 at 1pm ET! On Monday, October 19, 2015 at 1pm ET, ProjectARCC (Archivists Responding to Climate Change) and ALA’s SustainRT (Sustainability Roundtable) are co-hosting a tweet-up to discuss how we as archivists and librarians can reduce our professional carbon … Read more Tweet-up on sustainability in libraries and archives

James Lowry Wins Third Annual Library Juice Paper Contest

James Lowry Wins Third Annual Library Juice Paper Contest PRESS RELEASE October 1, 2015 Sacramento, CA Library Juice Press is happy to announce the winner of the Third Annual Library Juice Paper Contest. James Lowry’s unpublished paper, titled, “Information and the Social Contract,” was judged by the award jury to be the best paper out … Read more James Lowry Wins Third Annual Library Juice Paper Contest