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Your weekly links to interesting stories from the world of libraries and archives, books and publishing, and information science.

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Responses to Saskatchewan’s provincial budget cuts and their impact on public libraries continue. The Saskatchewan Libraries Association has issued an open letter to Premier Brad Wall. Letters to the editor in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and Regina Leader Post have addressed the recent cuts and their impact. Library officials have announced that the cuts will require the closure of the province’s inter-library loan system, while Education Minister Don Morgan has requested that the program continue without offering any funding to support the program despite the budget cuts. If you are interested in getting involved or keeping up with news around this issue, consider following the Support Saskatchewan’s Public Libraries group.

How one college put information literacy into its curriculum. Integration and cooperation at all levels of instruction are key.

On the lack of women writing popular histories, despite being the primary readers thereof.

The province of Ontario is investing in digital and online learning for students.

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