Lets take a look at what week 9 has to offer:
New from IFLA: “Key Issues for e-Resource Collection Development: A Guide for Libraries” (The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)
Electronic resource librarians need to take a close look at this guide which reviews the selection and management of electronic resources.
Libraries & the Post-PC Era (The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)
Interesting podcast presentation by Jason Griffey on the library present and future.
Innovative expands ArticleReach direct's E-delivery options ( Library Technology Guides)
Innovative's ArticleReach Direct is now integrated with interlibrary loan software Odyssey and Dropbox.
A Guide to Publishers in the Library Ebook Market(ResourceShelf)
The post focuses on ebook library lending policies of the Big Six publishers.
Pew: 53% of U.S. Cellphone Owners now Have Smartphones ( ReadWriteWeb)
when nplanning online services for libraries it is good to remember that of the 88% cell phone users in the USe, only half of them own smart phones
Graphicly Opens Publishing Platform To Everyone, Looks Beyond Comics(TechCrunch)
Graphicly is offering creators the tools they need to publish their work on a broad swath of platforms, including the iBookstore, the Kindle store, the Android Market, and Barnes & Noble’s Nook
Your ebook rent just went up 300%( David Lee King)
Random House decided to charge libraries 300% more for ebooks, let's hope other publishers don't follow.
OCLC and Bibliotheek.nl to Include Complete Collections of Dutch Public Libraries to WorldCat.org( INFOdocket)
OCLC and Bibliotheek.nl, the organisation of Dutch public libraries, have signed an agreement to include the complete collections of public libraries in the GGC, the Dutch shared cataloguing system
Toronto Public Library Approves Plan to Begin Selling Advertisements, First Up Will Be Ads on Due-Date Slips ( INFOdocket)
The library board at Totonto Public decided to start selling ads,printed on the backs of due-date slips.
New Online Research Resource: Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC) Released By The Beacham Group (INFOdocket)
TRAC is one of the most comprehensive terrorism analysis and research database.