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Information Today (IT) newsmagazine aims to keep digital information professionals up-to-date by delivering news from within the information industry and on peripheral developments that influence the industry, as well as by providing analysis of long-term trends. In addition to news and analysis, IT covers products and services that are directly relevant to professionals in the field. Articles are written for practitioners of digital information, which include staff members from all types of libraries and information professionals of all stripes who are interested in learning about the use and development of information services.

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What Have We Been Talking About This Year?
by Brandi Scardilli
It's time to do a midyear check-in on the topics that have been top of mind for NewsBreaks and Information Today writers this year.

Weekly News Digests
Five Recent Job Announcements From the Information Industry
On June 20, the EveryLibrary Institute announced that Roger Rosen, chairman of K-12 education provider Rosen Publishing, joined the nonprofit's board of directors.
U.S. Copyright Office Marks 1 Year of the Copyright Claims Board
June 2023 "marks a full year since the Copyright Claims Board (CCB) became available to the public, providing an efficient, streamlined way to resolve copyright claims involving damages of up to $30,000."
The Latest OverDrive Updates to Sora and Kanopy
OverDrive Education has launched "a new, free monthly service that supplies professional digital book selection to schools where staffing and time are in short supply." Kanopy showcased "new features and catalog additions at the 2023 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference & Exhibition."
AI News From OCLC, Clarivate, and Amazon
The following are some recent developments in the information industry that involve artificial intelligence (AI).
ITHAKA Unveils New Services for Collection Management, Sharing, and Preservation
ITHAKA is rolling out "a new set of services to help academic, research, and cultural institutions easily and affordably share, preserve, and manage their local digital collections."

NewsLink Spotlight
Session Highlights From the 2023 U.S. Book Show
by Brandi Scardilli
The third U.S. Book Show, hosted by Publishers Weekly, was a hybrid 4-day event celebrating the role of libraries in spreading the love of reading—and stoking that passion for books with a parade of intriguing upcoming titles in various genres. I attended the virtual sessions from May 22 to 25, which were a mix of prerecorded videos and live streams of the in-person conference.

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