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American Libraries article on the Palin censorship flap

D-Lib Magazine focuses on digital library research and development.

First Monday is a free, open, peer-reviewed online journal, devoted solely to the internet, edited by librarian and teacher Edward J. Valauskas.  Topics run the gamut, from gaming to social networking and many other topics of interest to libraries and librarians.

ICDL – International Children’s Digital LIbrary

Illinois Library Jobs

Librarians Against Palin!

Library of Congress

Many resources, most notably American Memory, an impressive collection of digitized historic documents in a wide variety of formats, from images to audio files to movies.  Copyright specifications vary from collection to collection and sometimes even from item to item, but most of these original documents may be freely used for educational purposes.

Libweb–Library Servers via WWW

Currently lists over 7700 pages from libraries in 146 countries.

The Newberry Library

Independent research library in Chicago, focusing on the humanities.

New York Public Library Digital Collections

Perseus Digital Library

This innovative site describes itself as “an evolving digital library, engineering through time, space, and language.”  The site’s primary goal is “to bring a wide range of source materials to as large an audience as possible,” with the goal of furthering the study of the humanities through providing a space through which communities of interest may exchange information and ideas.  The documents that may be accessed on the site range from Greek papyri to Shakespeare and beyond.

Public Libraries offers links to public libraries by state

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