The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 1

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK).TSK is a blog that publishes five days a week on, as the tagline says, “What’s hot and cooking in scholarly publishing”. David Crotty (Oxford University...

Information Organization and Digital Preservation: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although stereotypical depictions of libraries might cast them as bastions of tradition or realms ruled by archaic practices, there’s actually quite a bit of adaptability and responsiveness embedded in the work many libraries, archives, and...

What Counts as a “Resource” & Does it Matter? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister During the Charleston Conference this year, I had an opportunity to participate in a lively ATG Trendspotting discussion, led by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. The session covered a wide range of provocative and timely topics that are weighing on the...

#ChsConf2018 Through the Lens of Social Media

By Carol Apollo-Kennedy The online community surrounding The Charleston Conference has been growing every year. Attendees and aspiring attendees become a virtual village for the week, asking for recommendations and sharing information through the hashtag #ChsConf2018....

ATG Newsflash: PageMajik and HistoryMakers are the Charleston Premiers Top Vote-Getters!

Each year at the Charleston Conference, attendees look forward to the Charleston Premiers. This popular session offers publishers and vendors the chance to showcase their newest and most innovative products, platforms, and/or content. Organized in a “lightning round”...

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 1

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly...

Information Organization and Digital Preservation: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although stereotypical depictions of libraries might cast them as bastions...

What Counts as a “Resource” & Does it Matter? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister During the Charleston Conference this year, I had an opportunity to...

#ChsConf2018 Through the Lens of Social Media

By Carol Apollo-Kennedy The online community surrounding The Charleston Conference has been...

ATG Newsflash: PageMajik and HistoryMakers are the Charleston Premiers Top Vote-Getters!

Each year at the Charleston Conference, attendees look forward to the Charleston Premiers. This...

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ATG News & Announcements 1/11/19

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Friends Purchase Drama Book Shop Michael Paulson of the New York Times reports that Lin-Manuel Miranda is now going add bookseller to his list of many accomplishments. Mr. Miranda and three of his “Hamilton” collaborators have purchased the...

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ATG News & Announcements 1/10/19

College & Research Libraries – January 2019 ACRL Insider reports that " The January 2019 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL ...

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ATG Quirkies: OULIPO: Literary Games Galore

Check out this review in Harper's of All That Is Evident Is Suspect: Readings from the Oulipo, 1963–2018, edited by Ian Monk and Daniel Levin Becker. McSweeney’s. 374 pages. $32. It recounts the efforts of the Oulipo today's foremost practitioners of "literary games"....

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