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Weekly Link Roundup

Shavua Tov Safranim! Here is this week's bookmarkable links:

Judaica Libraries Unite

The New York Public Library, New York University, and Columbia University, which all have extensive Judaica collections are collaborating to offer scholars/members of any one of the three institutions to access to all three collections, Read more here. (By way of Michelle Chesner's blog).

Google Settlement goes Sour

Google has been getting some negative news this past week. In this interview with Tech Crunch, you can watch Siva Vaidyanathan talk about his new book Googlization, in which he describes Google as an unchecked monopolist of information services.

Also, the Scholarly Kitchen and Boook offer some thoughts about the rejection of the second attempt at the GoogleBooks court settlement for copyright infringement.

Some thoughts on education for digital natives

Given the rapid pace of changing technology, need to keep thinking about how they can change their services to meet the needs of new students. These two links below offer some ideas:


PBS documentary on reaching today’s youth through digital media

Watch the full episode. See more Digital Media - New Learners Of The 21st Century.

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