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From the Editors: Print publishing schedules don't always accommodate the FLASH! of breaking news in the information industry and library world. So, we post weekly by-lined stories by expert industry reporters—folks like Barbara Quint, Marydee Ojala, and others. We also feature a weekly news digest that highlights important developments.

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9/18/2014 The DPLA Adds Medical and Governmental Sources
9/18/2014 ALA and CDT Pen Missive on Net Neutrality
9/18/2014 ProQuest Offers Ebooks Through Irish Bookseller
9/18/2014 Cogent OA Rolls Out UI Upgrade
9/16/2014 Federal Court Holds 'Browsewrap' Agreement Unenforceable
9/16/2014 Outside the Lines Encourages Creativity and Innovation in Libraries
9/16/2014 Wolters Kluwer Health Partners With Visible Body for Anatomy Education
9/16/2014 Desktop Version of Anti-Malware Tool Protects Businesses
9/11/2014 dtSearch Corp. Releases Android Beta for Its dtSearch Engine
9/11/2014 APO Debuts Social Media Analysis Reporting for African Press Releases
9/11/2014 Deep Web Technologies Enhances Search Solution
9/11/2014 CCC and Ringgold Partner to Streamline OA Charges Processing
9/9/2014 The Knight Foundation Welcomes Ideas to Strengthen Libraries' Roles in the Digital Age
9/9/2014 Lexis Advance Upgrades Go Live
9/9/2014 Dataset Provides Organizational Metadata for Publishers
9/9/2014 Innovative Announces New and Updated Polaris Services
9/4/2014 GPO Designates First Digital-Only FDLP Member
9/4/2014 WorldCat Adds Holdings From China
9/4/2014 SAGE Plans Journal for Asian and Pacific Islander Healthcare
9/4/2014 EBSCO Health Now Offers Oncology Resources
9/2/2014 The Lyon Declaration Tackles Information Access and Sustainable Development
9/2/2014 New Workshop Explores Quality and Integrity of Data
9/2/2014 Libraries Unlimited and IASL Team Up for Book Series
9/2/2014 Thomson Reuters Connects With DataCite for Worldwide Discovery
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8/28/2014 EBSCO Will Identify Choice's Outstanding Academic Titles in Ebook Collection
8/28/2014 National Library of Medicine Launches Ebola Resources Webpage
8/28/2014 OpenStax College Expands Its Textbook Catalog
8/26/2014 New MOOC Teaches Educators and Librarians About Copyright
8/26/2014 Plum Analytics Adds Goodreads Metrics
8/26/2014 The Getty Continues to Expand Access to Vocabularies
8/26/2014 ACS Adopts CCC's RightsLink for Open Access
8/21/2014 Ingram Takes On Kendall Hunt's Supply Management
8/21/2014 ProQuest's Flow Gets Collaborative Writing Add-On
8/21/2014 Portico and CHORUS Team Up to Preserve Federally Funded Research
8/21/2014 LexisNexis Will Update Concordance Evolution
8/19/2014 Revising FOIA for Improved Access to Government Information
8/19/2014 eLife's Research Advance Augments Published Articles
8/19/2014 Google Debuts Paperless Classroom Feature
8/19/2014 collectionHQ Rolls Out Updated Interface
8/14/2014 Network Alliance Now Supports Office 365
8/14/2014 Knovel Launches Composites Subject Area
8/14/2014 Thomson Reuters Offers App for Buy-Side Firms
8/14/2014 ReadCube to Index Canadian Science Publishing's Titles
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8/12/2014 SirsiDynix Announces eResource Central Integrations
8/12/2014 Scribd Introduces Redesigned Discovery Platform
8/12/2014 New IEEE Journal Will Focus on Life Sciences
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