Library Journal offers free online access

Library Journal is a magazine for librarians published in the United States. It was started in 1876 by the inventor of the Dewey Decimal System, Melvil Dewey. It is said to be the most circulated librarianship journal. Library Journal is also known for their book reviews and is often used as a reference by librarians to select books.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Library Journal is offering free temporary access to all their digital content online. This also includes digitized versions of LJ issues.

In their website, Library Journals states that "Our goal is to provide timely, accurate updates related to COVID-19 as it pertains to libraries and the communities you serve, as well as to better enable you to engage with the challenges ahead from wherever you are working by making sure you can access the news, reviews, and information Library Journal provides every day." 

To access, they have a full-access pass for all, which was only available for premium subscribers before. Go to the website home and click on "Access Digitized Edition" in the upper left-hand corner, or the "Log In" button. For return visits, click on "Bookshelf" in the upper right-hand corner of the  Bookshelf-MSI landing page.

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Password: LJfullaccess1

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