As Seen on Twitter: September 2018

Twitter

The ATLA Twitter feed is filled with news on ATLA events and product updates as well as stories that have relevance to the work of libraries and librarians.

Here are some highlights from last month’s @YourATLA Twitter feed:

• New special issue of the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (@jlscpub) on the role of scholarly communication in a democratic society. https://t.co/EiVaqBHKId #librarianship #scholcomm #democracy #socialjustice #jlsc


• Archives at Yale, a powerful new software tool, will allow students, faculty, and other researchers to search more precisely across and within more than 5,000 collections held by ten Yale libraries and museums, including the @YaleDivLibrary. https://t.co/TKpqxXmfRH


• Submit your 2019 ATLA Annual Conference Proposal #ATLA2019: https://t.co/D1pNvpwFLZ


• 300 #openaccess books are now available from @ProjectMUSE in highly-discoverable & adaptable format using user-friendly HTML5 rather than static PDFs. The new titles enhance a collection of almost 600 PDF OA books bringing total to over 800 #OA books. https://t.co/cmuTXVM5Ba


• Gutenberg Bible To Be Presented in New Display Case Designed for Conservation. https://t.co/kyxWdFXZSY

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