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My Summer of Volunteering: Jesse

A group of teens spent their summer volunteering at the Southwest Branch Library. This is Jesse’s second summer volunteering for the library.  Now he tells us what he… 335 more words

Teen Powered

A salary that's not insulting to my education and experience

This anonymous interview is with a job hunter who is currently employed (even if part-time or in an unrelated field), has not been hired within the last two months, and has been looking for a new position for a year to 18 months. 285 more words

Library Hiring

Being willing to sacrifice

This anonymous interview is with a job hunter who is currently employed (even if part-time or in an unrelated field), has not been hired within the last two months, and has been looking for a new position for more than 18 months. 559 more words

Library Hiring

Global librarianship and Gamifying the library experience - My presentations at #ili2014

I was honered to present at this years Internet Librarian International in London, England. Thank you for an inspiring conference with sharing, co-learning and interesting talks with so many wonderful librarians and other library professionals. 162 more words

Libraries

Flannel Friday: Fall Is Pretty Scary, a Halloween Hack

Let’s hop into my time machine and travel back to July of 2011 when I posted my fifth Flannel Friday post: an adaptation of Fall Is Not Easy… 185 more words

Flannel Friday

The History of Libraries

Libraries have always been a means of spreading knowledge. An all in one database that let the people harness the power of the nobles, language. Its purpose has changed slightly over the years, but it keeps the original concepts core value. 601 more words

Supporting reading and libraries by Neil Gaiman

With thanks to Lauren for sharing this with me, from The Guardian, October 15th, Why our future depends on Libraries, reading and daydreaming.

“This is an edited version of… 63 more words

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