32 Library Stories You May Have Missed in November

By Ellyssa Kroski

There was plenty of library coverage during November including articles about MOOCs, blogs, makerspaces, book clubs, and the invisible Web. Library and information professionals had no scarcity of blog posts, white papers, and even lengthy articles on all topics of interest to librarians. Here are 32 of those library stories that you may not have seen last month.

  1. University of Minnesota Fair Use Checklist Tool (or Thinking Through Fair Use)
  2. Libraries in the time of MOOCs
  3. Four Great Reports for Tracking Technology Trends
  4. The Future of MOOCs
  5. Top 12 ways to be a bad selector
  6. Getting started with readers’ advisory
  7. The Future of Libraries: Searching for the Deep Field
  8. Tips for organizing a library teen festival
  9. Interactive Timeline Visualizations in Action
  10. How to erase yourself from the internet
  11. What librarians can learn from Reddit
  12. Law Librarianship in the Digital Age
  13. Twitter lets users build timelines around news events
  14. The ultimate guide to the Invisible Web
  15. Level Up Your Blog!
  16. Make It @ your library
  17. The Best of Internet Librarian 2013
  18. ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2013
  19. OverDrive rolls out Netflix-like streaming video
  20. Libraries and digital media
  21. Preparing for digitization
  22. 30 Library Stories You May Have Missed in October
  23. Libraries and librarians in comic books
  24. Top 10 fears of a programming librarian
  25. ARL Salary Survey
  26. Hotel libraries: A growing trend
  27. The “joys” of library work
  28. Turn a book binding into an e-reader case with Sugru
  29. 14 hotels inspired by literature
  30. Seven bookish craft projects
  31. Brewing up book club magic
  32. How I got my LIS groove back

Many of these articles and blog posts came from the amazing AL Direct electronic newsletter.

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