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Oct 06, 2022
After scrambling fall courses by withdrawing more than 1,380 ebooks, Wiley now says it will restore access to the course materials. Its short-term solution leaves many librarians unsatisfied.

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December 2, 2022
Scott McLemee highlights forthcoming university press books of a more personal nature.
November 4, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Gregory Berns’s The Self Delusion: The New Neuroscience of How We Invent―and Reinvent―Our Identities.
November 2, 2022
Authors discuss their book about “the student loan crisis among Black borrowers.”
October 21, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Daniel H. Weiss’s Why the Museum Matters.
October 14, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Kay Harel’s Darwin’s Love of Life: A Singular Case of Biophilia.
October 6, 2022
After scrambling fall courses by withdrawing more than 1,380 ebooks, Wiley now says it will restore access to the course materials. Its short-term solution leaves many librarians unsatisfied.
September 28, 2022
Wiley withdraws more than 1,300 titles from a large multidisciplinary ebook collection for libraries as fall classes begin, hindering students’ access to affordable learning materials.
September 19, 2022
Harper Lee’s novel belongs on college-level syllabi for the very reasons it’s rightfully losing favor in secondary school curricula, Andrew Newman writes.
September 2, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Ralph Engelman and Carey Shenkman’s A Century of Repression: The Espionage Act and Freedom of the Press.
August 19, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Jerry Z. Muller’s Professor of Apocalypse: The Many Lives of Jacob Taubes.

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