In This Issue
- Announcing the 2019 Award Winners
- Racial Identity Development for People of Color
- NYLA Calls on Macmillan to Reverse Library eBook Embargo
- “Welcome to the Library, Are You Here to get a Passport?”
- Interview with AnnaLee Dragon
- Introducing the NYLA Voice
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October 2019 | Volume 67 | Number 5
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A Message from the President...
" When I sat down to write this final eBulletin article as President, I was thinking that our journey together had come full circle. I quickly realized that I couldn’t have been more wrong. Truly, it is only the beginning because there is so much more work to do, things to learn, projects to start, relationships to build, and of course, more networking! "
Racial Identity Development for People of Color
"Racial Identity Development occurs at different stages for individuals. In my World 401 Class, the students of color provided insight into their process..."
Announcing the 2019 Award Winners
"The New York Library Association will honor individuals for their support, leadership, and advocacy of libraries at the 126th Annual Conference and Trade Show in Saratoga Springs, NY on Friday, November 15."
NYLA Calls on Macmillan to Reverse Library eBook Embargo
"On July 25, Macmillan Publishing announced it would become the only major (Big 5) publisher to limit eBook lending for U.S. libraries. Under its new licensing model, scheduled to begin November 1, 2019, a library may purchase one copy upon release of a new title in eBook format, after which the publisher will impose an eight-week embargo on additional copies of that title sold to libraries."
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