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Library: A National Library Week Poem


Brightly lit shelves and cheering voices
Of children hearing the call for storytime.
Frazzled researchers sharpening golf pencils
And digging for scraps of paper from their… 40 more words


You are what you read

The books a person is currently reading tells a lot about that person.  The format they choose to read on also tells a lot.  I am reading 4 books.  243 more words

I think I got my current position b/c I was just naive enough to take it.

This anonymous interview is with a job hunter who is currently employed (even if part-time or in an unrelated field), has been hired within the last two months, and has been looking for a new position for more than 18 months. 363 more words


Research in the real world

Last week I attended the Real World Research and Evidence into Practice conference which was hosted by Bradford District Care Trust. The conference showcased lots of research from the region and I thought this dissemination of research was really valuable. 321 more words


All is quiet within the library
Waves of books line the shelves
Hoping some lucky person
Would pick them out.
Browse through the isles; 56 more words

Current Poetry

In the Stacks

This week is National Library Week, which makes it the perfect time to meet the Mayer Library’s new librarians, Jenny Stone and Kellye Hallmark.

Jenny Stone, Librarian… 819 more words

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Appropriate dress should be discussed in Library Schools

This anonymous interview is with a public librarian who has been a hiring manager and a member of a hiring or search committee. This librarian works at a library with 50-100 staff members in a City/town  in the Midwestern US   592 more words