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Check out the top five NewsBreaks articles of 2022:

1. "New Company Helper Systems Shows Researchers How to Tame the Information Glut" by Terry Ballard (from Nov. 29)

2. "Libraries Should Not Lend Streaming Sticks" by Jessica Hilburn (from Aug. 30)

3. "Librarians Can't Be Neutral in the War on Information" by Dave Shumaker (from April 12)

4. "Defining What Librarianship and Library Education Should Be" by Nancy K. Herther (from March 15)

5. "How to Use Trending Conversations and Popular Hashtags to Build Your Brand" by Linda Pophal (from Feb. 15)

 

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NewsBreaks
Entrepreneurial Librarianship Is Alive and Well: The Entrelib Conference 2022
by Dave Shumaker
Entrepreneurial librarianship is going global and playing an ever-increasing role in library services. That was the overall takeaway from the 2022 Entrepreneurship & Libraries Conference (Entrelib or ELC International for short).
The National FOI Summit 2022: Safeguarding the Right to Public Records
by Kurt Brenneman
From Oct. 18 to 20, 2022, the National Freedom of Information Coalition (NFOIC) presented the 17th annual National FOI Summit. This virtual summit was for everyone interested in freedom of information (FOI) and access to government records. Panelists included journalists, attorneys, academics, government officials, and citizens.

Weekly News Digests
The 30th Anniversary of Texting
Chris Matyszczyk, contributing writer for ZDNet, shares texting data in "It's 30 Years Since the First Text. Here's How Far Civilization Has Fallen."
Thoughts on Simon & Schuster From The Passive Voice
The Passive Voice blog shared an article from Literary Hub titled "In Praise of the Worker-Owned Company (OR: What to Do About Simon and Schuster)."
SAGE Debuts New Social Science for Social Justice Book Series
SAGE will publish a new book series called Social Science for Social Justice that offers "a platform for emerging academics, journalists, and activists of color to address vital societal issues."
The Latest News From Springer Nature
Springer Nature announced that it is the first publisher to join the Generation Valuable mentoring program created by the Valuable 500, which "aims to develop the next generation of leaders with disabilities by matching a mentee with a member of its Executive team."
Grolier Club Exhibit Shares the History of Books
Jennifer Schuessler writes the following in "The 2,000-Year Story of Building the Book" for The New York Times: "'Building the Book from the Ancient World to the Present Day,' on view through Dec. 23, draws on the more than 100,000 items in the [Rare Book School's] teaching collection."

NewsLink Spotlight
Dark Patterns Deep Dive
by Kelly LeBlanc
In November 2021, Kelly LeBlanc wrote "The Magic of Dark Patterns: Can We Evade Their Trickery?" for NewsBreaks. Throughout 2022, she covered various dark patterns in depth for Information Today. The following are excerpts from her article series.

How to Meet the Challenge of Exponential Database Growth video clip

How to Meet the Challenge of Exponential Database Growth

Applied Knowledge Sciences CEO Art Murray discusses the five key drivers of knowledge growth and how to meet the challenges of that growth in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2022.

Bookshelf
Strangers in the Avalon Dunes (A Meg Daniels Mystery)
Strangers in the Avalon Dunes (A Meg Daniels Mystery)
by Jane Kelly

After the turbulence of her last adventure, Meg Daniels swears she never wants to help someone find a lost loved one ever again. She settles into a lazy routine in an upscale home in the high dunes of Avalon, New Jersey, that is owned by a friend who has asked her and her fiancé, Andy Beck, to housesit for several months.

However, Meg finds she can't outrun her reputation. When a young woman asks Meg to find her long-lost grandfather, Ken Patterson, Meg just can't say no.

January 2023/284 pp/trade paperback/ISBN 978-1-940091-12-9 | Regular Price $15.95

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