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We are six librarians working in academic, public, and school libraries across the United States. In addition to essays by its founders, In the Library with the Lead Pipe features articles by guests representing special libraries and archives, as…

This Wiki is for sharing information and discussion of issues related to the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA), which is August 26 - August 30 in San Francisco. You're invited to exchange information about sessions,…

Archives of student written stories from a graduate research project – includes thesis: The Plots of Children and Machines: Statistical and Symbolic Analysis of Narrative Texts

Our mission is to build better and free systems for use in libraries. Toward this end, we maintain a listing of free software and systems designed for libraries (the physical, books-on-shelves kind), and we track news about project updates or related…

We encourage and assist the formation and development of local Friends of the Library groups. We foster and encourage cooperative efforts between citizens and libraries. We provide five free workshops each spring as an opportunity for Friends to…

This Wiki is for sharing information and discussion of issues related to the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA), which is August 28 - September 1 in Chicago. You're invited to exchange information about sessions,…

Investigative reporters and citizen journalists alike need access to public records, but bureaucratic hurdles make it hard to get such information. Journalists that hold power accountable depend the ability to scrutinize reports, audits, emails and…

ArchivesBlogs syndicates content from weblogs about archives and archival issues and then makes the content available in a central location in a variety of formats (HTML, RSS, Atom, OPML).

A rolling Internet news site for library professionals.