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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Internet Librarian 2019

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NewsBreaks
Google I/O Provides a Sneak Peek at a Possible Future
by Justin Hoenke
Here's the thing with the big yearly presentations from giant tech behemoths such as Google and Apple: Once you start paying attention to them, they all begin to sound the same. They always kick off with a big pitch, when the company clearly states that it wants to be your one-stop shop for everything when it comes to technology, smartphones, online identity, and more. As the presentation continues, the company shows off new devices and technologies that are sure to generate big headlines, causing people to ask some important questions about where technology is headed. These presentations are momentary glimpses into the futures that are being created by the tech companies that dominate our lives in the 21st century. It's wise for us to follow them so that we can see what's coming and how we can prepare for it.

Weekly News Digests
CNET Interviews Carla Hayden
Marguerite Reardon writes for CNET, "Ambitious doesn't begin to describe Carla Hayden's plan to make the Library of Congress' collection available to the world. Audacious may be closer to it."
Google Lens Adds New Features
Khari Johnson writes for VentureBeat that "Google introduced new features for Lens, its visual search and computer vision tool that can recognize plants, animals, text, celebrities, and over a billion shopping items."
Getting Away From a Predatory Publisher
Alan H. Chambers writes in Science about his experience with a predatory publisher.
Ranking States by Their Support for Net Neutrality
Paul Bischoff writes for Comparitech, "Although the vast majority of Americans are in favor of net neutrality, political support for net neutrality in the US varies from state to state."
CASE Act Comes Up in Congress
Porter Anderson writes in Publishing Perspectives, "Intended to make it easier for rights holders to defend copyrighted work, the CASE Act is getting backing from US publishing's trade and advocacy organizations," including the Association of American Publishers and the Authors Guild.

NewsLink Spotlight
30 Apps You Should Know About
by Brandi Scardilli
I love looking at other people's phones. Not to be nosy about their incoming texts (although it can be tempting sometimes; I'm human!)—but to see what apps they use so I can get ideas for new ones to try out. Join us in taking a peek at the phones of some Information Today and NewsBreaks writers to find your next favorite app.

Webpage Archiving Tools for Librarians video clip

Webpage Archiving Tools for Librarians (4:00)

INFOdocket co-founder Gary Price discusses the Wayback Machine and the features, limitations, and usability of a range of webpage archiving tools of interest to librarians in this clip from Computers in Libraries & Internet Librarian 2020.

Bookshelf
Online Teaching in K-12 Online Teaching in K-12: Models, Methods, and Best Practices for Teachers and Administrators
Edited by Sarah Bryans-Bongey and Kevin J. Graziano;
Foreword by Norman Vaughan

Online Teaching in K–12 is the essential hands-on reference and textbook for education professionals seeking success in the planning, design, and teaching of K–12 online courses and programs.

2016 | 352pp hardbound | ISBN 978-1-57387-527-1 |
Regular Price $65.00 | 
Web Order Price: $58.50

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