Category: lit

republishing scholarly articles without proper attribution hurts all of us

I recently published something in a journal put out by Emerald Publishing. According to a new paper written by a Cornell librarian, Emerald has been republishing journal articles across its periodicals without identifying the articles as having been republished. This…

Library Quarterly, online!

While I wasn’t looking, Library Quarterly went digital and has content online! This was brought to my attention when LISNews posted a story about the portrayal of librarians in obituaries but there’s a lot more there worth reading too like…

recommended zine: How to be a Library Patron

Those who read this site often will know that I rarely recommend that my dear readers buy anything. However, I am smitten with the lovely How To Be a Library Patron mini-zine and recommend you all scrounge up the dollar…

zines!

Speaking of zines — here’s an only slightly outdated list of zine libraries. The Independent Publishing Resource Center even has their zine catalog online.

Reading Over the Shoulder of the Future at the Library of Congress

Interesting though ponderous essay about what we can divine from the future by observing the LoC. A postmodern look at the future of information. “I am unsure what marks off knowledge in the digital age from an earlier, Gutenberg-era episteme.…