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A New Year, a New Link Roundup

Welcome to 2011 and here we are yet again with our roundup of great links on libraries, librarianship, Jewish libraries, books, and more.

Don't Make It Easy For Them, this month's entry in ACRLog's monthly academic-librarian guest-post series.

Re-energize Your Students, from OnLion/Behrman House. This sounds fun!

From Booklist's Points of Reference blog, Subject Encyclopedias Dead or Alive is an interesting article in the context of Jewish libraries and the questions many of us face around collection development.

From the Jewish Literary Reviews comes an Interview with Bryna Kranzler, author of The Accidental Anarchist, the story of her grandfather in the early 1900s Russia.

The Yiddish Book Center asks, Which Yiddish Books Would You Like to See Translated? And it's not an idle question...

Are you going? London's Jewish Book Week, at the Jewish Book Council blog. Wow!

That's it for this week. Come back on Monday for the schedule of the remaining Facebook Friday Q&As in January and if you're reading this before 1pm EST don't forget to check out today's event at AJL's Facebook page starting at noon EST!

Contact me at mcloutier at or a leave a comment on this post with suggestions and feedback.

Posted by Marie.
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