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Linderman Library, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

December 2014

About the Cover: Linderman Library, Lehigh University, Behtlehem, PA. Bruce Taggart, vice provost for library & technology services. Christa Neu, photographer.

Editorial: California Dreamin’: Editor and Publisher Mark Cummings announces “Your Best Choice,” a contest “to solicit from the best minds in the academic community innovative and forward-thinking ideas.

Reading Screens vs. Reading Paper: New Literacies?, by James K. Braken. This bibliographic essay reviews over ninety books published since 2000 that comment on the equivalence of reading paper versus screens. Types of works covered include reference literature, textbooks on reading, historical studies, critical studies of reading, and studies of the roles of attention and engagement in reading.

Forthcoming Art & Architecture Publications, 2014-2015. This feature presents selected titles scheduled for publication in December 2014 and later, including new books and a variety of electronic resources.

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