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  • Awards & Prizes

    National Book Award 2014 Poetry Finalists

    Among the poets on this year’s longlist are two former National Book Award Finalists and two former Poets Laureate of the United States.

  • Content / e-books

    Libraries Balk at OverDrive Changes

    In a letter to OverDrive CEO Steve Potash, the ReadersFirst coalition of libraries has protested a change that would require new users of OverDrive’s app to register accounts directly with OverDrive.

  • Copyright

    EU Court: Libraries Can Digitize, But Not Distribute

    In a directive issued this week, a European Union court held that European libraries can digitize works in their collections but, without an explicit exception by a member state, are limited to displaying digitized works at dedicated reading terminals.

  • Libraries

    New Pew Report Explores Young Americans' Library Habits

    A new report from the Pew Research Center Internet Project offers mixed news for public libraries.

  • Content / e-books

    Amazon Customers Notified of Apple Settlement

    Amazon this week emailed Kindle customers court-mandated notice of the terms of Apple’s recent deal to settle damages in its e-book price-fixing case.

  • Common Core

    Cut to the Core: Low Support for Common Core After First Year

    One year ago this month, in September 2013, we opened our inaugural PW column with a look at the myths and realities that surround the Common Core State Standards.

  • Publisher News

    New Murakami Book on the Way

    To be released in December, 'The Strange Library' will be Murakami’s second work published in 2014, a 96-page illustrated book designed by Chip Kidd.

  • Awards & Prizes

    Judith Appelbaum to Get BISG Lifetime Award

    Judith Appelbaum will be presented with the 2014 Lifetime Service Award at the BISG annual meeting on September 19, 2014 in New York City.

  • Religion

    Religion Update 2014: What Turns Librarians On—and Off

    We don’t deal directly with publishers at all,” says Jarad Millet, who works in collection management at Birmingham Public Library in Alabama.

  • Libraries

    Check it Out with Michael Kelley: ALA Moves on Legislative Goals

    Much of the media coverage of libraries in 2014 to date has centered on the modest progress made on the e-book issue. But 2014 has been a year of significant progress for libraries in the public policy sphere, with a number of library initiatives advancing.

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