John Hubbard, a librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, offers the the Library Link of the Day, a website designed for busy librarians who want to keep abreast of news, blogs, and more in the library world. Each day, Hubbard posts a single website link, which visitors can either check out on this website or subscribe to via email. Most of the time, this link will be to a popular news article that relates to library issues. For example, on October 14, 2017, Hubbard linked to an Ars Technica article named, "Library trolls copyright zealots by naming a collection after Sonny Bono." Similarly, on October 3, 2017, Hubbard linked to Jill Lepore's The New Yorker article about the history of debates about free speech. These links come from a wide range of news sources, offering a diversity of perspectives about library-related news. Visitors can browse all previously featured links by month and year.
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