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Tuesday, June 07, 2022



We Can't Wait to See You Again!

The last two years have been a challenge for all sectors and libraries have stepped up to play amazing roles in their communities with dynamic programs and resources, creative partnerships and technologies, innovative services as well as digital and learning strategies, and much more. Hear how communities are being supported by their libraries as you join your peers from across the globe when they come together in Monterey for Internet Librarian 2022.
 
NewsBreaks
U.S. Book Show 2022: Keeping BookExpo Alive
by Terry Ballard
The U.S. Book Show 2022 took place virtually May 23-26, 2022. This event, created by Publishers Weekly, debuted in 2021 as a replacement for BookExpo.

Weekly News Digests
The Palace Project Introduces a New App and a New Platform
The Palace Project, a division of LYRASIS, officially launched with its new platform and new app. According to the press release, "Informed by librarians and supported by a multi-year, multi-million dollar investment from the Knight Foundation, The Palace Project is an easy-to-use platform for the management and delivery of ebooks, audiobooks and other econtent and puts libraries at the center of their communities' digital experience."
IMLS Shares Results of Studies on Library Services From Early in the Pandemic
IMLS released two resources from two studies on libraries and the COVID-19 pandemic: an infographic based on the FY2020 Public Libraries Survey and a research brief based on the State Library Administrative Agencies (SLAA) Survey.
The Copyright Claims Board Is Ready to Get to Work
The U.S. Copyright Office announced that the Copyright Claims Board (CCB) will start accepting claims on June 16, 2022. "As the first ever copyright small claims forum, the CCB will provide an accessible and efficient option for resolving copyright disputes involving claims up to $30,000," the Copyright Office notes.
'Conservative Group Launches "Hide the Pride" to Remove Books From Library Pride Displays' by Danika Ellis
Danika Ellis writes the following for Book Riot: "CatholicVote … has launched a 'parent-led movement' called Hide the Pride to 'empty libraries of LGBTQ content aimed at kids.' It encourages members of the public to first collect signatures protesting library Pride displays containing children's books, then to check out all of the books on display."
DOAJ Project Aims to Keep OA Journals on the Web
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) provided an update on Project JASPER (JournAlS are Preserved forevER), which began in 2020 as a collaboration among DOAJ, CLOCKSS, the Internet Archive, Keepers Registry, and the Public Knowledge Project "to start addressing the problem of open access journals disappearing from the web."

NewsLink Spotlight
Bridgerton in Libraries: How Libraries Tap Into the Zeitgeist Even When Denied Access
by Brandi Scardilli
In October 2021, Bibliotheca unveiled the new library streaming service biblio+. It has a respectable selection so far, but it doesn't have the buzzed-about hits that commercial streaming services put out. Take Bridgerton, for example, which is a Netflix show based on a book series by Julia Quinn. Librarians are finding ways to connect with their patrons about this wildly popular show, even if they can't necessarily hand them DVDs of it or recommend it as part of their streaming collection. In this article, librarians explain why they're Bridgerton fans and want to share it with their community. You'll learn some of the ways librarians promote the show and the books, often alongside their existing romance collections. And librarians confront the main problem of celebrating Bridgerton—that they can't offer access to it—and discuss a possible solution.

 How to Make Libraries Part of the Digital Equity Solution video clip

How to Make Libraries Part of the Digital Equity Solution (3:11)

Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Dr. Nicol Turner Lee discusses how libraries can play leading roles in bridging the digital divide in this clip from her keynote at Computers in Libraries Connect 2022.

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