Library Education

Internet Archive Submits Comments on Copyright and Artificial Intelligence

On Monday the Internet Archive joined thousands of others in submitting comments to the US Copyright Office as part of ...

Working to Advance Library Support for Web Archive Research 

This Spring, the Internet Archive hosted two in-person workshops aimed at helping to advance library support for web archive research: Digital ...

Ten Years of Knowledge Unlatched:  Paving the Way for Diamond Open Access Monographs

The year was 2013.  Frances Pinter, the former CEO of Manchester Press, and Lucy Montgomery, a professor at Curtin University, ...

Book Review: America Redux: Visual Stories from Our Dynamic History by Ariel Aberg-Riger

Publisher’s description A critical, unflinching cultural history and fierce beacon of hope for a better future, America Redux is a necessary and ...

Theme for Open Access Week 2023: Community over Commercialization

“Community over Commercialization” is the theme for this year’s International Open Access Week (October 23-29). This theme encourages a candid ...

To Remember is to Live Again, a guest post by Federico Erebia

Book cover and interior illustrations by Julie Kwon My debut novel, Pedro & Daniel (Levine Querido, June 6) is thirty ...

LECTURE: The Publisher Playbook, May 25

Join Kyle K. Courtney & Juliya Ziskina of Library Futures for a review of how publisher interests have attempted to ...

Research Professional News: EU ready to back immediate open access without author fees

The EU is ready to agree that immediate open access to papers reporting publicly funded research should become the norm, ...

Bring Your Family to DWeb Camp

If you’ve ever been to a typical tech event, full of neon-lit booths and cavernous main stage talks, you know ...

Writing & Rewriting THE WEIGHT OF EVERYTHING, a guest post by Marcia Argueta Mickelson

After my third son was born in 2005, I started writing a women’s fiction book called Watching From the Sky ...

Book Review: A Work in Progress by Jarrett Lerner

Publisher’s description A young boy struggles with body image in this poignant middle grade journey to self-acceptance told through prose, ...

Anti-Hallucination Add-on for AI Services Possibility

Chatbots, like OpenIA’s ChatGPT, Google’s Bard and others, have a hallucination problem (their term, not ours). It can make something ...

DLARC Radio Library Surpasses 75,000 Items of Ham Radio, Shortwave History

Internet Archive’s Digital Library of Amateur Radio & Communications continues to expand its collection of online resources about ham radio, ...

Cindy Crushes Programming: Upcoming Popular Events to be prepared for with programing and displays

There are several big pop culture moments coming up that would be great for teen programming tie ins. Below are ...

Silent Suffering: My Hopes for A WORK IN PROGRESS, a guest post by Jarrett Lerner

A Work in Progress begins with a memory. Will Chambers, minding his business in his elementary school hallway, is publicly ...

The Leopard in the Mirror, a guest post by Nizrana Farook

I love to include wildness in my books. Thick jungles teeming with wildlife and vast oceans full of sea creatures ...

Q&A with Kelly McWilliams, author of Your Planation Prom Is Not Okay

Q: What inspired you to write this novel? Kelly McWilliams: Periodically, a celebrity of some kind gets married on a ...

My research journey led me to Vieques, a guest post by Talia Aikens-Nuñez

I spent months researching the 65th Infantry Regiment, whose battle name was the Borinqueneers, to write Men of the 65th ...

The Easy Roll and Slow Burn of Cassette-Based Software

Patrons come to the Internet Archive’s software collections for many reasons, and among the major reasons are some manner of ...

Exploring Feelings and Facing Challenges, a cover reveal, guest post, and excerpt by Jennifer Weiner

Jacket design by Laura Lyn DiSiena and Irene VandervoortJacket illustration (c) 2023 by Ji-Hyuk Kim Once upon a time, long, ...

Beach Kids Feel No Pain: Growing Up On, and Writing About, the Jersey Shore, a guest post by Nicole Melleby

“Beach kids feel no pain…They move with the tide and have no worries. Beach kids at the Jersey Shore have ...

Event News: Twin Cities Teen Lit Con 2023

This Saturday, April 29, is Twin Cities Teen Lit Con in Mendota Heights, MN (just outside of St. Paul) at ...

Book Review: Doodles from the Boogie Down by Stephanie Rodriguez

Publisher’s description A young Dominican girl navigates middle school, her strict mother, shifting friendships, and her dream of being an ...

National Library Week 2023: Brenton, user experience

Brenton Cheng learned to program in BASIC on an Apple II Plus at age 9. His mother was one of ...
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