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18  mai     20h09
Recent Report from IFLA: How well did copyright laws serve libraries during COVID-19?
Lila Bailey    The short answer to this question from a report recently published by IFLA appears to be not very well at all The report documents a worldwide survey of libraries of which said they had copyright related challenges providing materials during pandemic related facility closures The report
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Preserving Pro-Democracy Books From Shuttered Hong Kong Bookstore
Caralee Adams    Albert Wan ran Bleak House Books an independent bookstore in Hong Kong for nearly five years before closing it in late The changing political climate and crackdown on dissent within Hong Kong made life too uncertain for Wan his wife and two children As they were preparing to move Wan
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Memorial Day BBQ, Live Music and Lost Landscapes at the Internet Archive Monday May 30, 2022
BZ Petroff    Calling all SF Cineastes and Archivists LOST LANDSCAPES is BACK With BBQ and live music too Come join the fun this Memorial Day and hang out with us at the Internet Archive hotdogs live music by the Traveling Wilburys Revue then onto a screening of Prelinger Archives Lost Landscapes
13  mai     19h40
Goodbye Facebook. Hello Decentralized Social Media?
Caralee Adams    The pending sale of Twitter to Elon Musk has generated a buzz about the future of social media and just who should control our data Wendy Hanamura director of partnerships at the Internet Archive moderated an online discussion April Goodbye Facebook Hello Decentralized Social Media about
10  mai     19h02
Fireside Chat: Congressman Ro Khanna in conversation with Larry Lessig
Lila Bailey    Could Ro Khanna be the first Asian American President of the United States California Congressman Ro Khanna is a political rising star one that some Democrats see as the future of the Party Known both for his progressive leadership and his ability to work across the aisle Khanna who
07  mai     15h30
New additions to the Internet Archive for April 2022
Alexis Rossi    Many items are added to the Internet Archive s collections every month by us and by our patrons Here s a round up of some of the new media you might want to check out Logging in might be required to borrow certain items Notable new collections from our patrons Chris Cromwell Rare Reel to
05  mai     22h27
Library as Laboratory: Lightning Talks
chrisfreeland    In this final session of the Internet Archive s digital humanities expo Library as Laboratory attendees heard from scholars in a series of short presentations about their research and how they re using collections and infrastructure from the Internet Archive for their work Speakers Forgotten
03  mai     14h00
Preserving Wilmington History on the Web
Lori Donovan    Guest Post by Tricia Dean Tech Services Manager at Wilmington Public Library District IL This post is part of a series written by members of the Community Webs program Community Webs advances the capacity for community focused memory organizations to build web and digital archives documenting
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Library as Laboratory Recap: Analyzing Biodiversity Literature at Scale
Caralee Adams    At a recent webinar hosted by the Internet Archive leaders from the Biodiversity Heritage Library BHL shared how its massive open access digital collection documenting life on the planet is an invaluable resource of use to scientists and ordinary citizens The BHL is a global consortium of the
02  mai     12h00
Helping Ukrainian Scholars, One Book at a Time
chrisfreeland    The Internet Archive is proud to partner with Better World Books to support Ukrainian students and scholars With a donation at checkout during your purchase at betterworldbooks com you will help provide verifiable information to Ukrainian scholars all over the world through Wikipedia Since