American Libraries Magazine

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Read the Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries Ebook Report as a PDF file.
Posted August 5, 2014 | Comments: 0
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Macmillan announced last week that it is adding its frontlist titles to its backlist pilot for public libraries, making its complete ebook catalog available for the first time.
Posted August 4, 2014 | Comments: 0
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You think publishing and libraries have it bad? Talk to the newspapers.
Posted July 30, 2014 | Comments: 0
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ALA President Courtney Young released a statement today regarding Macmillian’s announcement that it would be expanding its public library e-lending program to include front-list books.
Posted July 29, 2014 | Comments: 0
Courtney L. Young
Dear colleagues: I wanted to share some highlights related to our strategic planning activities at Annual Conference.
Posted July 29, 2014 | Comments: 0
Heather Booth, teen services librarian, Thomas Ford Memorial Library in Western Springs, Illinois, during the July 10 episode of AL Live "The Kid-friendly Library."
The July 10 episode of American Libraries Live (AL Live), “The Kid and Teen-Friendly Library,” featured a discussion on getting children and youth involved with the library and library services.
Posted July 23, 2014 | Comments: 0
Divining the library ebook market with a crystal ball
What do new enterprises such as Scribd, Oyster, and Kindle Unlimited tell us?
Posted July 22, 2014 | Comments: 0
Screenshot of Kindle Unlimited promotion
The disruption continues, and it’s hard not to see the announcement o
Posted July 18, 2014 | Comments: 1
Dragon traverses a laptop.
Technology is eating the world. Like a hungry dragon seeking out new villages to pillage, the tech world continues to find new markets to disrupt. And, like some mythical beast of apocalyptic proportions, technology is just as unstoppable. Good? Evil? Technology is code and that is all that matters.
Posted July 11, 2014 | Comments: 0
Baloney sandwich
Maybe it’s because I’ve been rereading classic Daniel Pinkwater novels (namely, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death and The Snarkout Boys and the Baconburg Horror) but Amazon’s latest stunner of a response to stalled negotiations with Hachette reads like a young-adult comedy.
Posted July 10, 2014 | Comments: 0