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New YouTube Channel Answers Questions About Books

Have you ever wondered how older books were printed? Why do some of them seem to lack exact copyright dates? How were they bound? Well, now you can get your questions answered. According to the September 15th issue of AL Direct, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has just launched a YouTube channel called RBML Mailbag. This gives curious bibliophiles a chance to ask curators at the Rare Book & Manuscript Library all kinds of questions. The first video, which discussed the creation of book plate illustrations, is fun and informative.. At the end of the video, viewers are invited to ask a question, and an email address is provided for that purpose.

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BookTube–YouTube’s Bookish Community

With book vlogging becoming a more popular form of readers advisory, many librarians are creating their own web blogs to share their latest book recommendations. The following is a sampling of what is out there as well as tips to get you started with your own Youtube channel. The Library Lovers Tag is a video […]