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Libraries for Tomorrowland

Miles from TomorrowLand image.

[The following article was written by Christopher Harris, director of the School Library System for the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership in New York. Chris also serves as a Youth and Technology Fellow for the American Library Association’s Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP).] “Miles from Tomorrowland,” a relatively new show from Disney Junior, has plotted a course to bring computer ... Read More »

Johnna Percell selected for 2015 ALA Google Policy Fellowship

Google Policy Fellows

Today, the American Library Association (ALA) announced that Johnna Percell will serve as its 2015 Google Policy Fellow. As part of her summer fellowship, Percell will spend ten weeks in Washington, D.C. working on technology and Internet policy issues. As a Google Policy Fellow, Percell will explore diverse areas of information policy, including copyright law, e-book licenses and access, information ... Read More »

Reminder: Last chance to apply for Google summer fellowship

One of the Google Fellows

The American Library Association’s Washington Office is calling for graduate students, especially those in library and information science-related academic programs, to apply for the 2015 Google Policy Fellows program. Applications are due by March 12, 2015. For the summer of 2015, the selected fellow will spend 10 weeks in residence at the ALA policy office in Washington, D.C., to learn ... Read More »

ALA seeks candidates for 2015 Google policy summer fellowship

Google Policy Fellows

The American Library Association (ALA) today announces the opening of the application process for the prestigious 2015 Google Policy Fellows program. The ALA Office for Information Technology Policy began its participation eight years ago at the program’s founding. For the summer of 2015, the selected fellow will spend 10 weeks in residence at the ALA policy office in Washington, D.C., ... Read More »

Sony leak reveals efforts to revive SOPA

Sony Pictures studio.

Working in Washington, D.C. tends to make one a bit jaded: the revolving door, the bipartisan attacks, not enough funding for libraries — the list goes on. So, yes, I am D.C.-weary and growing more cynical. Now I have another reason to be fed up. The Sony Pictures Entertainment data breach has uncovered documents that show that the Motion Picture ... Read More »