The library cites disagreements regarding OCLC's record use policy.
New York Library Association distributes $10,000 to help rebuilding efforts.
Independent publisher's operations will move from New York to Chicago.
Panel determines Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library could generate about $5 million in rent annually or sell for $60-70 million.
Budget for Government Printing Office also cut; Public printer's nomination killed; More money for Electronic Government Fund.
Despite reductions, library supporters see a win
Academic librarians should give business a chance, writes Steven Bell.
Barbara Fister thinks it may be hiding in plain sight.
$16 million cut essentially eliminates remaining state funding for multiple library programs.
Divisive discussions about the Federal Depository Library Program threaten to negatively affect libraries and their users.
Library officials "trying their best" to avoid further cuts to staff and service hours.
The Windsor Public Library will be the first major Canadian library to embrace a no-fines policy.
Collaboration between OhioLINK and SearchOhio will make millions of items available to patrons of each system.
Library schools need to prepare students for non-traditional career paths.
Steep staff cuts have been compensated for in part by a large and varied volunteer corps.
The Occupy Wall Street movement has attracted mass attention from college students, many of whom are angry about huge debt and dim job prospects—and wondering what good it did to buy all those expensive textbooks,
Barbara Fister is beginning to think that's the problem in academic publishing.
Director says layoffs earlier this year, which resulted from declining revenues, stretched staff too thin to cover 24 locations.
School Library Journal has a new editor-in-chief-Rebecca T. Miller, executive editor of features for Library Journal, assumes the position effective December 15, 2011.
Chances are your library shouldn’t hire a user experience (UX) librarian—hiring a user experience librarian isn’t as simple as securing the funds, writing a job description, and conducting interviews.
The winner of the 2011 LJ Teaching Award, sponsored by ProQuest, is a community-minded network thinker providing a real-life platform for students.
We don’t need rules that limit professional growth and advancement.
Cuts are less than Mayor Rahm Emanuel initially proposed in October, but still include reduction in library hours and staff.