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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

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NewsBreaks
Virtually Unraveling the Damaged Past at Cardiff University
by John Charlton
Virtual unraveling may sound like what you do when you're trying to understand Donald Trump's financial arrangements. In fact, it is a sophisticated mix of technologies that may provide a key to accessing information held on ancient and damaged scrolls, if the work of Cardiff University researchers and others bears fruit.

Weekly News Digests
Public Domain News
Articles from around the web weigh in on the new works that entered the public domain.
Library and Tech Trends Past and Future
Articles from around the web share popular stories and trends to watch.
Entrepreneurship in Libraries
Two new resources help libraries capture the entrepreneurial spirit.
Recent News From the Sciences
Science publishers have been busy lately.
Research and Search News
Articles from around the web highlight the highs and lows of the internet.

NewsLink Spotlight
The State of Ebooks in Academic Libraries
by Brandi Scardilli
In a Campus Technology article from Dec. 12, 2018, Dian Schaffhauser reports that according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Education, "library collections in higher education now contain more digital items than physical." Let's take a look at what academic library staffers have to say about the state of ebooks in their libraries today.

How to Ensure Equitable Library Funding

How to Ensure Equitable Library Funding (5:23)

Brookings Institution fellow Nicol Turner-Lee discusses lobbying strategies for increasing library funding in this clip from her keynote at Computers in Libraries 2019.

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