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Gale, The Library of Michigan and CIVICTechnologies Partner to Make Business Resources Available for the Michigan Business Community
Funding Made Possible as Part of the Governor’s ‘Economic Gardening’ Initiative
The Code4Lib Journal editors are excited to bring you this latest issue with seven articles. Issue #20 can be found at http://journal.code4lib.org/issues/issues/issue20
With nearly 90% of all ballots cast voting in favor of a name change, the American Society for Information Science and Technology has become the Association for Information Science and Technology.
While the ASIS&T acronym stays the same, the name change recognizes the growing influence of ASIS&T in the international arena. The opportunities and challenges with respect to the science and technology of information are increasingly international in focus and scope. ASIS&T supports members around the globe in addressing these opportunities and challenges.
CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY ANNOUNCES
$1.5 MILLION GRANT
FROM THE LILLIAN GOLDMAN CHARITABLE TRUST
TO ESTABLISH THE LILLIAN GOLDMAN REFERENCE SERVICES DIVISION
New York -- The Center for Jewish History in New York City, one of the world’s foremost centers for the intellectual and cultural exploration of the modern Jewish experience, has announced a $1.5 million grant from The Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust. In honor of this support, the Center will establish The Lillian Goldman Reference Services Division.
For Immediate Release
Tue, 01/22/2013 - 12:06
Contact: Jazzy Wright 
LITA , Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP), Washington Office (wo)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the American Library Association (ALA) recognized five libraries for offering cutting-edge technologies in library services , honoring programs in Boston, New York, Tucson, Ariz., Orlando, Fla. and Le Roy, N.Y.
Copyright Clearance Center Announces Partnership with
Amigos Library Services
Leading Provider of Licensing and Content Solutions Expands Reach in the Academic Marketplace
Danvers, Mass. – Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a not-for-profit organization and leading provider of licensing and content solutions, has announced a partnership with Amigos Library Services, one of the largest library service networks in the nation.
Equinox Software in Seattle for ALA Midwinter Meeting
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Duluth, GA —January 24, 2013
Equinox Software is in Seattle for the ALA Midwinter Meeting. Never ones to worry about being “sleepless”, Equinox staffers will be available during exhibit hours at booth 917 to answer questions about open source library software and provide demonstrations of both Evergreen and Koha.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Joe Menendez
Information Today, Inc
Amigos Library Services Presents Online Conference – What’s Around the Next Bend: Future Currents in Resource Sharing
DALLAS, TX,– Amigos Library Services, in conjunction with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, will present a one-day online conference “What’s Around the Next Bend: Future Currents in Resource Sharing” on Thursday, November 15. The conference will cover a variety of topics, including marketing interlibrary loan to students, the cost of ILL, free web tools for streamlining ILL as well as e-books and ILL.
Coordinating Editor Tim Lepczyk salutes change in this issue, welcoming new editors to the Journal and announcing his departure.
Tools for Reducing and Managing Link Rot in LibGuides
Wilhelmina Randtke and Matthew D. Burrell