47 Library Stories You May Have Missed in June

June was a great month for library and information science-related articles and blog posts. If you're still catching up on your news, you'll want to check out these 47 stories on everything from chained libraries to setting up a Roku lending program in the library:

  1. The tweens of summer
  2. Serving military families
  3. Teen services in a rural library
  4. How to Conduct Library Website Usability Studies for Free
  5. 54 Library Stories You May Have Missed in May
  6. 10 Lesser-Known Horror Films Based on Books
  7. A Guide to Little-Known Image Collections with Millions of Free, Hi-Res Images
  8. 4 Free and Easy Ways to Display a Live Tweet Wall
  9. 7 Obscure and Intriguing NYC Libraries
  10. Digital preservation
  11. Orange is the new academia
  12. How to appear like you have it together
  13. This one is really bound in human skin
  14. Google tablets to be loaned at Queens branches
  15. Library as infrastructure
  16. What people are 3-D Printing At The Johnson County Public Library
  17. What does a digital archivist do?
  18. Libraries stream toward Roku lending
  19. The adult lessons of YA fiction
  20. Social inequality in comics
  21. Kick-ass female ensembles in graphic novels
  22. Meals from famous literature
  23. What kind of library user are you?
  24. How to handle controversial programming
  25. Thoughts for 2014 MLIS grads
  26. The last chained libraries
  27. Digital resources in school libraries
  28. College libraries push back over ebook price hike
  29. How libraries can survive in the digital age
  30. NPR's summer reading lists
  31. How to create a Snapchat contest
  32. Future-proofing the research library
  33. The British Library Big Data Experiment
  34. Five awesome bike libraries
  35. What's next for school libraries?
  36. How to circulate Roku streaming devices
  37. What's next for ebooks in libraries?
  38. Literary Legos
  39. What do librarians read?
  40. Audiobooks for reluctant listeners
  41. Thoughts on reader's advisory
  42. Formats for long-term preservation
  43. Academic patron-driven acquisitions
  44. 10 tips on organizing an exhibition
  45. 31 Places Bookworms Would Rather Be Right Now
  46. Who Said It: Tupac Or Shakespeare?
  47. Vine Video Summer Book Trailers

Many of these articles and blog posts came from the amazing AL Direct electronic newsletter.