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Shakespeare TwentyScore has arrived!

2016 marks 400 years since Shakespeare’s death. Commemorations of the date, and celebrations of this extraordinary life and contribution to our own lives will be taking place all around the world. 136 more words

Shakespeare

LIS Job Searching for the Newly (And Not So Newly) Initiated

So you have your MLS/MLIS and you’re ready to look for that perfect job. With stars in your eyes and a skip in your step, you’re off to find where you belong. 1,022 more words

Library

Librarians Need to Show Up

Many libraries conduct traditional outreach like tables in front of Starbucks, storytimes at the local parks, or showing up at community meetings. These are great ways to get out of the library and into the community at large. 868 more words

Thoughts on School Librarianship

What Drew Me There

The idea of librarian-as-teacher first came to me in Michael Stephens’ course, The Hyperlinked Library (INFO 287). For the most part, this course was about public librarianship and the role of librarian as facilitator vs. 2,489 more words

School Libraries

The 10 best #librarians on screen

To celebrate National Libraries Day 2016, staff at the BFI Reuben Library nominate their top 10 librarians in film and television.

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