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I’ve done a fair amount of ranting, a huge portion of sighing but now is the time to do something. I’m not really sure if it will help at all … (that feels like something that I should admit to straightaway) 472 more words


GLBT Book Month

Hey all, Dani here.

June is going to be a fun month for reading, because I am actively trying to diversify my reading a bit. First, I’m definitely going to be reading some contemporary, some historical, and perhaps even some biographical and nonfiction type books. 419 more words


The Saints Come Marching In!

What a special end of the year gift from a special St. Eugene family! We are thrilled to add this set of saint biographies to our collection. 57 more words

A rural town in Newfoundland is losing its only library. What will Fogo Island do when it’s gone?

The Fogo Island Public Library has more than 14,000 books. Children go there for homework help, fishermen to download work documents and just about everyone else in town to use the Internet. 1,360 more words


Digital device sessions

Does this sound like you: 

  • thinking of buying a tablet but don’t know where to start?
  • having trouble with email or SKYPE?
  • would like a smart phone but have never used one?
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Google and Library Websites

Like many folks who work at a smaller academic library, I wear lots of hats. One of those being the website manager. While the entire website is professionally managed by campus IT, I am responsible for minor tweaks and updates to the library page(s). 60 more words


ON LIBRARIES: Are You Confident?

Leaders are confident. Not arrogant.  Not bullies riding roughshod over others, just confident. They trust themselves and, while they listen to others, they don’t constantly second guess their decisions. 738 more words

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