What was thought last fall to be a reprieve for the Library of Michigan has turned out quite differently, as evidenced by the reaction in some quarters to a February 12 status memo about the downsizing of the Library of Michigan.
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With the reverberation of a couple dozen subfield delimiters echoing through the Twitterverse, @FakeAACR2 announced her presence. "Sorry.
Volunteer now for the JCLC 2012 Steering Committee to help plan the 2nd National Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC), which will be held from September 19-23, 2012, in Kansas City, Missouri.
Does your library have a green book? Similar to a professional portfolio, a green book can become a valuable resource for you to draw upon in your quest to green your library. Ideally, its entire contents should be kept on your computer for easy access.
Cosponsored by American Libraries, SirsiDynix Insititute, and ALA's Library and Information Technology Association, the TechTrends: Midwinter 2010 webinar produced by A
In the few, busy weeks leading up to Christmas 2009, students in East Carolina University’s Master of Library Science department gathered more than 12,000 books and materials to donate to homeless shelters, children’s homes, after-school programs, women’s shelters and a nursing home in eight North Carolina communities.
Celebrate National Library Workers Day!
Has your chapter had an outstanding year? Has membership in your chapter increased? Did your chapter develop and provide opportunities for members to participate in interesting and rewarding activities? Has your chapter received any awards?
There are some people who believe that after we’ve exhausted all of Earth’s natural resources and rendered the planet uninhabitable, we’ll simply be able to move to another one.
Book lists are a wonderful resource for librarians and readers alike. Often times though their true value is not captured. Why not give them some legs?