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January Library News Roundup

What happened in the world of libraries last month? The wider world recognized we still need public libraries, Wikipedia leans on librarians for content, and math kiddies get a literature boost. Read on for more … General library news and

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5 Ways Professionalism is Killing Your Library – Lauren Comito

January 5, 2016 — 12pm EST 5 ways Professionalism is Killing Your Library Lauren Comito If you want to start an argument in library circles, just say something is or isn’t “professional.” What do we actually mean by that, and

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Libraries Are Dead – The Drinking Game!

Libraries aren’t dead, they aren’t dying, they won’t eventually die. People will always need help organizing information. Especially as technology gets more complicated and ubiquitous. There will always be a place for facilitated learning and reading, for people who help make

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Erica Findley Supports School Libraries and would like you to contact your rep in congress

Erica Findley EveryLibrary Why are School Libraries Important? A school library is often the first library a child will use. School libraries ignite a passion for reading, strengthen literacy, and provide a safe space for young people to study. The

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Suzanne Jaynes Supports School Libraries

Suzanne Jaynes Portland Public School Why are School Libraries Important? I had the great opportunity to spend 30 years in the same elementary school library getting to shape it into a great place for students, parents and the neighborhood to

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