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Link Round-Up: June 1 – 12, 2018

Below are some interesting news stories from the world of libraries and archives. But first, in honor of Pride Month, there is a link below to a recommended reading list. Enjoy!

Roundup: LGBTQ+ Pride Month 2018: New/Updated Reading Lists From Canadian and U.S. Libraries
Happy Pride 2018! Library Journal’s online news publication infoDOCKET will be updating this roundup post throughout the month with direct links to new and updated LBTQ+ reading lists from libraries in Canada and the U.S.

Libraries and Space

It’s Time To Take Back Third Places via Curbed | June 1, 2018

The Future of School Design: A shiny new building isn’t always the answer. Alexandra Lange on what makes a school flourish via Architect Magazine | June 11, 2018

Why You Should Care About the Threat to UW-Madison’s Libraries  via Tone Madison | June 12, 2018

Library Science Education

Here’s How Higher Education Dies  via The Atlantic | June 5, 2018

New Data on Job Satisfaction, Occupations, Earnings, and Salaries for Those Earning an Advanced Degree in the Humanities via infoDOCKET | June 11, 2018

From Doctoral Studies To…Digital Humanities via The Chronicle of Higher Education | June 12, 2018

New Projects in the Archives

Internet Archive, Code for Science and Society, and California Digital Library to Partner on a Data Sharing and Preservation Pilot Project via Internet Archive Blogs | June 5, 2018

A Vision for the Future of Content Management: Chris McLaughlin of Nuxeo via CMSWire | June 6, 2018

Arizona Memory Project: New Digital Collections Added to Public Archives via The Foothills Focus | June 8, 2018

9 June – International Archives Davia IFLA Blogs | June 9, 2018

Now available: College Art Museums Collection Launch Part I via The Artstor Blog | June 11, 2018

American Foundation for the Blind Launches the First Fully Accessible Digital Archive of the Helen Keller Collection via The American Foundation for the Blind | June 12, 2018

2 thoughts on “Link Round-Up: June 1 – 12, 2018”

  1. Books are a great source of knowledge and also humans best friend. Educational Institutions should inculcate reading habit among students.

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