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Final Finals Post for the Semester

It seems like this year, more than ever, librarians have truly responded to students’ needs during finals with extended hours, programming, and tips and tricks to survive the stress. 352 more words

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Pop Up Research Desks

We all want to find ways to reach out to students and faculty who don’t regularly come to into the library.  Heather Darnell, Library Media Specialist at  131 more words

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Reference Collection in Need of a Boost

If your library’s reference collection is anything like ours, it’s likely:

  • underused
  • overlooked
  • full of fantastic info that makes librarians drool

My fantastic colleague, Amanda VerMeulen… 281 more words

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Our Love Affair with Canva Continues...

We receive a lot of different design submissions made with everything from markers and glue to Adobe Illustrator, but lately we can’t help but notice that… 488 more words

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Overdue! Beer and Libraries!

There are a lot of commonalities between libraries and breweries. We both want to provide for the public; we have products people need; we are both experiencing a surge in popularity…oh, who am I kidding?   363 more words

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Just the Highlights

Library informational handouts and brochures–the kind we give away at orientations, fairs, and workshops–can easily suffer from the classic librarian pitfall: TOO MUCH INFORMATION. Striking the right balance between needed information and visual interest is a challenge. 400 more words

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Because Photoshop Isn't Always the Answer

My love of Adobe Photoshop is well known at Librarian Design Share, as is April’s excitement over Microsoft Publisher. We all have our favorite design programs, and everyone from Canva-devotees to Illustrator users can agree that once you find software that works for you, it’s easy to stick with it. 220 more words

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