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Weekly Link Roundup

Here we go again- another edition of our famous weekly link roundup. What's been going on in the world of Jewish books, libraries, librarianship and more this week?

Best Free Web Stuff for Broke Libraries, from Librarian in Black,

The Sisterhood brings us Our Rack: Yeshiva Girl YA; Bios of Bernhardt, Alcott,

How a Quest to Save Soviet Jews Changed the World, from NPR,

Research Buzz tackles new search engine Blekko in Blekko Joins the Search Engine Wars,

Jewesses with Attitude reviews The Bookseller's Sonnets: Andi L. Rosenthal's debut novel,

ALA offers a Copyright & Electronic Resource Management eCourse, and

ACRLog asks, Do We Need a Bigger Carrot?

As always feel free to email me at mcloutier at jewishlibraries.org with questions or feedback. Thanks and have a great week.

Posted by Marie.
Posted in: Link Round-Up

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